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Content by tag "Mark Miller"

NEWS: RECORDING

New NoBusiness Records Archive Series Release: William Hooker "Light. The Early Years 1975-1989"

New NoBusiness Records Archive Series Release: William Hooker "Light. The Early Years 1975-1989"

Featuring David S. Ware, David Murray, Roy Campbell Jr., Mark Hennen, Jemeel Moondoc and others. NoBusiness Records is pleased to announce a new archive release from it’s series of important musicians and group recordings from the 70s and 80s, which either were never released before or released on small private labels but long out of print and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Robin Holcomb: Distinctive Mysteries

Read "Robin Holcomb: Distinctive Mysteries" reviewed by Gordon Marshall

Robin Holcomb's songs are knotty like tumbleweeds, braided like roads on maps along which tumbleweeds roll. She lays her songs down like baskets that have the rustic grace of birds' nests, always on the verge of promising a truth, but brimming with natural mysteries. Mysteries accrue, creating a keen urge to get at the kernel of ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Gowanus Reggae and Ska Society: G.R.A.S.S. On Fire

Read "G.R.A.S.S. On Fire" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

The Gowanus Reggae and Ska Society was fermented when a group of jazz musicians who shared the same vision for reggae got together for jam sessions at the home of keyboardist Nate Shaw. Their love of the music coalesced into a more tangent form when they presented the soundtrack to the 1972 film, The Harder They ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Mark Miller: The Return Of Slide Huxtable

Read "Mark Miller: The Return Of Slide Huxtable" reviewed by Samuel Chell

Mark Miller
The Return Of Slide Huxtable
Slide Huxtable
2007

No doubt most Americans today would have trouble believing that just over half a century ago, the two most popular, commercially successful musicians were trombonists. And not long after the stardom of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey, the ...


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