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Joshua Rager Nonet: Jondo

Read "Jondo" reviewed by Jack Bowers

It's hard to decide what to make of this. Canadian-based composer / pianist Joshua Rager has assembled a splendid corps of musicians, nine in all (plus trumpeter Andy King on the three-part “Prodigal Son Suite"), to perform seven of the leader's original themes, one by Andre White and another by the Hollywood songwriting team of Al ...

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GuitarNow! 2013, Day Two: Ottawa, Canada, May 4, 2013

Read "GuitarNow! 2013, Day Two: Ottawa, Canada, May 4, 2013" reviewed by John Kelman

First Annual GuitarNow! Festival, Day TwoKailash Mital TheatreCarleton UniversityOttawa, CanadaMay 4, 2013When local guitarist Roddy Ellias--the recipient, that very week, of one of the Jazz Journalist Association's Jazz Hero awards for 2013 (the only Canadian on the list)--created the concept of the first annual GuitarNow! Festival with Carleton University, ...

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Thom Gossage Other Voices: In Other Words

Read "In Other Words" reviewed by Matt Marshall

According to drummer Thom Gossage, the tracks on this, the fifth release by his Other Voices ensemble, are launched from a single figure--anything from a simple melodic line, to fully composed pieces of music, rhythm scores, electronic soundscapes, chants and poems--that are subsequently abstracted through an assemblage process. The idea came to him after viewing a ...

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Jazzlab: Octo Portraits

Read "Octo Portraits" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

There is much more to Jazzlab's molten Octo Portraits than a sense that the ensemble is so finely attuned to each other as to create works of timbral excellence and nuanced textures. The outstanding voices of the individual instrumentalists are not hidden in this bubbling liquefaction, beaming radiantly through the crack in the door each time ...

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Frank Lozano Group: Colour Fields

Read "Colour Fields" reviewed by John Kelman

The diversity of the Canadian jazz scene, as with many countries, is rarely fully appreciated. The Montreal scene, in particular, is as far-reaching as it gets--everything from the mainstream to the experimental can be found in the clubs and on labels like Effendi and Justin Time. Ottawa-born, Toronto and Boston- schooled, and Montreal-based saxophonist Frank Lozano ...


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