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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Don Byron e Aruan Ortiz in concerto al Teatro Jolly di Palermo

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Don Byron e Aruan Ortiz
Nomos Jazz
Teatro Jolly
Palermo
9.4.2019

Don Byron è forse il jazzista che meglio simboleggia la multiculturalità musicale del terzo millennio. Come ha dimostrato per l'ennesima volta il suo concerto palermitano, la cultura afroamericana è il punto di partenza di un approccio totale ad ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Benny Golson

Jazz Musician of the Day: Benny Golson

All About Jazz is celebrating Benny Golson's birthday today!

Multitalented and internationally famous jazz legend,- a composer, arranger, lyricist, producer- and tenor saxophonist of world note, Benny Golson was born in Philadelphia, PA on January 25, 1929. Raised with an impeccable musical pedigree, Golson has played in the bands of world famous Benny Goodman, Dizzy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jason Palmer: Rhyme And Reason

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You may wish you had paid more attention in your high school chemistry class, because listening to Rhyme And Reason by trumpeter Jason Palmer calls to mind the description of the nucleus of an atom. Spinning and spinning, various protons and neutrons are both attracted and held off by each other. Same can be said of ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

January Birthday Salutes

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Our January Birthdays show is always dedicated to our mentor, WRVR broadcasting hero Ed Beach, born on January 16, 1923; we play his two show themes by Wes Montgomery. We celebrate the Herbie Nichols centennial with his very first recordings for Savoy. Our very special birthday greetings go out to living legends, Benny Golson and Jimmy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Don Byron / Aruan Ortiz: Random Dances And (A)tonalities

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Aruan Ortiz is a Cuban-born pianist who has worked with a number of progressive jazz luminaries including William Parker, Oliver Lake and Nicole Mitchell. Here he performs a program with clarinetist Don Byron which touches on a wide spectrum of music from J. S. Bach's formal beauty to Duke Ellington's crafty blues.

The two ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Denise Donatelli at Mezzrow

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Denise Donatelli with Geoffrey Keezer Keezer and Ron Blake
Mezzrow
New York, NY
January 7, 2019

The intimate vibe at Club Mezzrow is hands-down the perfect musical playground for the versatile talents of Denise Donatelli, Geoffrey Keezer and Ron Blake--the skills of which were eminently displayed during the trio's opening set last ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jason Palmer: Fair Weather

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Newvelle Records co-founder, the pianist Elan Mehler is familiar with one of Boston's few long-time, dedicated jazz clubs, Wally's. As he explains in the liner notes for Fair Weather, the club is where trumpeter and North Carolina native Jason Palmer was leading a band for nearly two decades. Palmer has played with leading talents such as ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Ted Rosenthal: Dear Erich, A Jazz Opera

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Ted Rosenthal is one of the most renowned pianists of his generation. He won first prize at the second Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition and has been awarded several NEA grants as a composer. Well known as the pianist in Gerry Mulligan's final quartet, Rosenthal has recorded or performed with many other artists, including Bob ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

2018: The Year in Jazz

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The year 2018 was a busy one for the jazz world. The genre's version of the #MeToo movement resulted in a new Code of Conduct and other efforts to make the music workplace more equitable. International Jazz Day brought its biggest stage to St. Petersburg, Russia. The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, which ran a high-profile ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Jazz is Mod: An Introduction to the Mod Jazz Series

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In England there is a solid tradition for crate digging and appreciation of American music. In fact, the whole idea of Northern Soul is based on the concept of English hipsters digging out rare soul gems in the sixties and giving them new life on the dance floor. However, the English mod scene, as it was ...