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Jon Irabagon Trio: It Takes All Kinds

Read "It Takes All Kinds" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello

Scegliere come altri vertici di un triangolo due musicisti pieni di storia e esperienza come Mark Helias (contrabbasso) e Barry Altschul (batteria) è una scelta che racconta già da sola molte cose. È la scelta di Jon Irabagon, sassofonista che abbiamo potuto ammirare anche in Italia negli ultimi anni, con i Mostly Other People Do The ...

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Jon Irabagon: It Takes All Kinds

Read "It Takes All Kinds" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

It Takes All Kinds is the third recorded collaboration between prolific tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon and a great drummer, Barry Altschul. The first, Irabagon's Foxy (Hot cup, 2010) featured double bassist Peter Brendler. The second, Altschul's The 3dom Factor (TUM, 2013) featured double bass player Joe Fonda. The most recent one features Altschul's longtime rhythm teammate, ...

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Jon Irabagon Trio: It Takes All Kinds

Read "It Takes All Kinds" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This trio radiated Olympian style heroics akin to an endurance race on Foxy (Hot Cup, 2010). It was an arousing exercise in energy and power. And while drummer Barry Altschul, and bassist Mark Helias are time-honored jazz warriors-- respectively appearing on many landmark albums--saxophonist Jon Irabagon is now firmly seated with the upper-echelon of modern saxophone ...

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Julie Sassoon: Land Of Shadows

Read "Land Of Shadows" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Land Of Shadows, the second album from British pianist Julie Sassoon, is a striking work. A mix of the simple and complex, gentle and strident, dark and light, it's powerful and affecting.After studying in the UK Sassoon moved to Germany in 2009. Recorded live in Cologne, Dessau and the Neue Synagoge Berlin during April ...

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Julie Sassoon: Land of Shadows

Read "Julie Sassoon: Land of Shadows" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Land of Shadows is British improvising pianist Julie Sassoon's second solo CD and her first for the German jazzwerkstatt label. Recorded live in Cologne and at the famed Bauhaus theatre in Dessau, the record marks both an consolidation and an advance on its predecessor, New Life (2006 Babel). Where New Life drew its energy ...

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Peter Ehwald: Double Trouble

Read "Double Trouble" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It doesn't always follow that the teacher channels the direction a student takes. In separate stints in London and New York, German saxophonist Peter Ehwald has studied with bassist John Patitucci, saxophonists Julian Argüelles, Stan Sulzmann and Rich Perry, yet his style is not nearly as based in the tradition as might be expected. Ehwald displayed ...

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Joe Hertenstein - Achim Tang - Jon Irabagon: Future Drone

Read "Future Drone" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Now residing in New York City, Germany-reared drummer Joe Hertenstein employs musicians from Europe or the US and to some extent, merges the avant-garde strata and stylistic tendencies into an opportunistic creative forum. This trio outing is a prime example. Featuring Viennese bassist Achim Tang and American tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon, the album pronounces a shrewd ...

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Label: Jazzwerkstatt Berlin-brandenburg E.v.
Released: 2011
Track listing: Little Birds May Fly; How Far Can You Fly?; Hey Little Bird; And To Where?; Albert & Frank; Only for Dörte.

The Complete Works Of Eric Dolphy

Label: Jazzwerkstatt Berlin-brandenburg E.v.
Released: 2011
Track listing: Burning Spear (Half Note Triplets); Hat and Beard; Iron Man (The Meeting); 245; Mandrake (The Madrid Speaks,the Panther Walks); Red Planet; Les; Springtime; Out There (Far Cry); The Prophet; Potsa Lotsa (Number Eight); Straight Up and Down; April Fool; Strength with Unity; Out to Lunch; Lady E ; G.W.; The Baron; Something Sweet, Something Tender; South Street Exit; Miss Ann;Serene In the Blues; Gazzeloni; Miss Movement; Inner Fly/Hat and Beard (Reprise)

Komeda: The Innocent Sorcerer

Label: Jazzwerkstatt Berlin-brandenburg E.v.
Released: 2011
Track listing: Wicker Basket; Kattorna; Sleep Safe and Warm; Crazy Girl; After the Catastrophe; Roman II; Kattorna (reprise).


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