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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Shakers n' Bakers: Heart Love

Read "Heart Love" reviewed by Mark Corroto

For most of us it is, and always has been, red states and blue states. I'm talking us vs. them, liberals and conservatives, or my ball team and yours. Same goes for music. The moldy figs vs. beboppers and later, neocons vs. avant-gardists. Yet, some musicians like Albert Ayler, as a radical departure from the norm, ...

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Honey Ear Trio: Swivel

Read "Swivel" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The opening track of Allison Miller's new Honey Ear Trio recording, “Arby," had me singing the lyrics to “Heavy Metal Drummer," the 2002 Wilco hit song ..."She fell in love with the drummer/Another and another/She fell in love/I miss the innocence I've known/Playing KISS covers, beautiful and stoned." That connection is made from the heavy, maybe ...

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Brooklyn Blowhards: Brooklyn Blowhards

Read "Brooklyn Blowhards" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Lo spirito di Albert Ayler volteggia amabilmente sopra questo album (cinque brani suoi più svariati traditionals del tipo che il sassofonista di Cleveland amava riesumare a suo modo), nella rivisitazione dell'ottetto capitanato da Jeff Lederer (suoi tutti gli arrangiamenti, la produzione, e anche un brano, il penultimo, “The Language of Resistance").

Vi campeggia, ...

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Jeff Lederer's Brooklyn Blowhards: Brooklyn Blowhards

Read "Brooklyn Blowhards" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Imagine seeing a despondent Albert Ayler walking around Brooklyn on a cold November day in 1970, with his tenor saxophone under his arm. Some say he threw himself into the East River, a suicide by drowning. His loss, our loss, was one a true original voices in jazz.

Now picture Ayler with a copy ...

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Mary LaRose: Reincarnation

Read "Reincarnation" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Lavoro ben singolare, questo della cantante newyorkese Mary LaRose, che seleziona un carnet di brani decisamente emblematici di un modo di fare jazz (e relativo tessuto temporale), ci mette su dei testi, e li interpreta col prevalente supporto di un quartetto d'archi.

Gli autori sono Charles Mingus e Ornette Coleman, col trait d'union ...

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Mary LaRose: Reincarnation

Read "Reincarnation" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The best stories are, indeed, the one's you already know. Told over- and-over again, each time a little different. That's comfort food for the ears. Enter vocalist Mary LaRose, recounting the music of Charles Mingus, Eric Dolphy, and Ornette Coleman with lyrics she penned and performed as a sympathetic partner to these jazz giants.

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Shakers N' Bakers: YFZ (Yearning For Zion)

Read "YFZ (Yearning For Zion)" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Sometimes odd matches promise the most perfect couplings. Such is the case with the second release of the New York-based improvising ensemble, Shakers N' Bakers. They succeed beautifully with inspired interpretations of 19th century spiritual vision songs by the radical Utopian religion community known as the Shakers. The ensemble transfers the original texts through the musical ...