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Content by tag "Eric Mingus"

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

BAN BAM: Music Talking

Read "BAN BAM: Music Talking" reviewed by Ian Patterson

BAN BAM
The Complex
jny:Dublin, Ireland
November 25, 2017

BAN BAM is a new, one-day festival by Improvised Music Company--an initiative to address the gender imbalance in jazz/improvised music. A related All About Jazz article covered the conversations by industry professionals around the gender issue that took place in the ...

A Stanley Zappa Trio Tours British Columbia From June 11th To The 15th

A Stanley Zappa Trio Tours British Columbia From June 11th To The 15th

"A performance of contemporary improvised music in three unique settings with three emerging masters of the craft." Stanley Jason Zappa has put together a mini tour of remote inland communities in the vast province of British Columbia, Canada. Adventurous music undertakes a real adventure beginning on June 11th in Okanagan Wine Country and ending up in the inland metropolis of Prince George ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Into the Fire: Winter Jazzfest 2010

Read "Into the Fire: Winter Jazzfest 2010" reviewed by Gordon Marshall

Winter Jazzfest
New York, New York
January 8-9, 2010

Fast-forward 30 years from the days in the late 1970s and early '80s when the world-weary wisdom that jazz wasn't a living force anymore was whispered to us--maybe you are getting out of jail, maybe waking from a cryogenic sleep. Before this happened, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Eric Mingus: Healin' Howl

Read "Healin' Howl" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

L'urlo, l'impellenza blues, l'inquietudine del vivere quotidiano, quell'essere radice strappata della tradizione che vaga disperata nella notte per ritrovare il canto perduto [forse per sempre]. Senza addentrarci in letture psicologiche che diano un peso eccessivo all'inevitabile - anche se il musicista non ama sentirne parlare e ha anche ragione - “peso" familiare che è costretto a portare sulle spalle, ...


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