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ARTICLE: JAZZ RACONTEURS

Bill Evans on meeting Miles

Read "Bill Evans on meeting Miles" reviewed by Nenette Evans

Miles Davis said: “Bill left the band in 1958 and went down to Louisiana to live with his brother. Then he came back after a while and formed his own group. After a while he got Scott LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums and he became very popular with that group, winning a number ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Two Sides of Stunt: Jacob Anderskov and Jacob Christoffersen

Read "Two Sides of Stunt: Jacob Anderskov and Jacob Christoffersen" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Stunt Records is the most prominent jazz label in Denmark, and for a long time they have released high quality jazz, but other genres have also caught the attention of label heads, Søren Friis and Peter Littauer. However, there is a decidedly mainstream appeal to many of their releases and the voices of the so-called avant-garde ...

Dawda Jobareth/Stefan Pasborg: Duo

Read "Duo" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Dawda Jobareth and Stefan Pasborg's Duo is unique on more than one level. A Gambian native, Jobareth is an authentic West African griot. The term--broadly associated with that region's storytellers/oral historians/minstrel artistic class--applies only to authentic griots, though the expression is widely borrowed or misused. Also unusual is the diversity of music that Jobareth has embarked ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Lars Møller's Aarhus Jazz Orchestra feat. David Liebman and Marilyn Mazur: ReWrite of Spring

Read "ReWrite of Spring" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

In the early twentieth century, at a time when the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky was barely known, he had already composed the celebrated works Firebird (1910) and Petrushka (1911). The 1913 work, The Rite of Spring, was to become renowned both as a ballet and as a stand-alone orchestral score. The Paris premier at the newly ...

Lee Smith: My Kind of Blues

Read "Lee Smith: My Kind of Blues" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

After nearly 40 years as a working bassist, Lee Smith has become a jny: Philadelphia legend, playing gig after gig with just about everyone, including the Delphonics, Mongo Santamaria, Dizzy Gillespie, Roland Kirk, Lionel Hampton, and a host of Philadelphians, including Larry McKenna, Tom Lawton, Bootsie Barnes, Odean Pope, and the list goes on and on. ...

A New Danish Bassist on Top: Introducing Morten Haxholm

Read "A New Danish Bassist on Top: Introducing Morten Haxholm" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

There is little doubt that Denmark has a proud tradition of fostering exceptional bassists -just think of names like Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Jesper Lundgaard, Bo Stief, Jesper Bodilsen and, more recently, Anders Christensen, Jonas Westergaard and Richard Andersson. Add Morten Haxholm to this ever growing list.

Haxholm has been ambitious from the start. ...

Donald Vega: With Respect To Monty

Read "With Respect To Monty" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

When pianist Donald Vega put together Spiritual Nature (Resonance Records, 2012), he presented an arresting mix of music that shined a light on some of his influences. There was a touch of Scriabin in the mix, pointing to classical music; a nod to pianist Oscar Peterson by way of bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen's “Future Child"; a ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Ulf Wakenius: Confessions of A Vagabond

Read "Ulf Wakenius: Confessions of A Vagabond" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Happenstance may play a role in turning dreams into reality, but anyone who's ever realized a burning ambition will appreciate just how much hard work has paved the way. Two phone calls out of the blue almost twenty years apart opened doors to Swedish guitarist Ulf Wakenius, that in the first case he could only have ...

Dexter Gordon: Soy Califa: Live From Magleaas Højskole 1967

Read "Soy Califa: Live From Magleaas Højskole 1967" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Tenor saxophone legend Dexter Gordon lived for much of the '60s and '70s in Copenhagen. Popular with the media as well as with the fans, Gordon was a regular on radio and TV. On the afternoon of August 5, 1967, he played a special concert at the Magleaas Højskole, a college for aspiring musicians. Danish TV ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Jesper Bodilsen

Read "I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Jesper Bodilsen" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

01. Antonio Zambrini--Due colori (Abeat--2003).
Ho conosciuto il pianista Antonio Zambrini durante la partecipazione al progetto con la cantante Silwia Bialas. Ho apprezzato da subito il suo modo di suonare che mi ricorda un poco quello del mio amico pianista svedese Lars Jansson. Zambrini mi ha dato questo album e lo sto ascoltando continuamente ...