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ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Bobby Naughton / Leo Smith / Perry Robinson: The Haunt

Read "The Haunt" reviewed by Mark Corroto

You might have heard the cheer go up with the reissue of The Haunt, vibraphonist Bobby Naughton's 1976 trio recording with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and clarinetist Perry Robinson. Crate diggers have treasured the long out-of-print original release on Naughton's Otic Records. Thanks to Lithuania's NoBusiness Records, we have this important document remastered, plus an additional ...

Tomasz Stanko & Enrico Rava: Le Affinità Elettive

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Questo articolo era stato pubblicato l'11 settembre 2017 e viene ora riproposto in home page per ricordare il grande trombettista polacco scomparso il 29 luglio 2018.

Lo scorso luglio Enrico Rava e Tomasz Stanko hanno varato un super-gruppo ECM per un tour europeo di oltre due settimane, in Italia e Polonia, ovviamente, ma anche ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Free Jazz Group Wiesbaden: Frictions / Frictions Now

Read "Frictions / Frictions Now" reviewed by John Sharpe

History is written by the victors. That holds as true for art as for war. When looking for pioneers from the formative days of free jazz in Germany, the names of reedmen Peter Brötzmann and Gunter Hampel, trumpeter Manfred Schoof and pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach are likely to spring to mind. But now the Lithuanian No ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC

Rozanne Levine & Chakra Tuning at CSV Cultural Center, NYC

ROZANNE LEVINE & CHAKRA TUNING AT CSV CULTURAL CENTER, LOWER MANHATTAN ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 12

PROGRAM: Evolving Music Mondays presents Creative Sounds of Dissension featuring ROZANNE LEVINE & CHAKRA TUNING: Rozanne Levine: clarinets/bamboo flute; Perry Robinson: clarinets; Mark Whitecage: clarinet/saxophones; Rosi Hertlein: violin/voice.

VENUE: CSV Cultural Center: LES Galleryקst floor; 107 Suffolk Street (between Rivington & ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Gunter Hampel: Vibes Vibes (Vibrafon Solos 2008)

Read "Vibes Vibes (Vibrafon Solos 2008)" reviewed by Marc Medwin

Glass, shimmer, impressionism and cool all vie for prominence throughout these excursions into the multiplicitous world multi-instrumentalist Gunter Hampel creates on every solo . Logical proportions are exposed only to disappear; tones glisten, swell and fade, either in rapid succession or in glacial dance. This is only the second solo release from the prolific improviser on ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Gunter Hampel Vibes-BCL-Flute & Haitian Vodou Percussions Poets Club Bowery -New York

Gunter Hampel Vibes-BCL-Flute & Haitian Vodou Percussions Poets Club Bowery -New York

GUNTER HAMPEL IN NEW YORK march 1-april 7th performance update upcoming live performances

march 1st 5 pm Hunter College -black box-Room HN 543 performing SOLO on vibes, bassclarinet, flute in VARIETY , free admission hunter college 68 str betw par and lexington, northside

march 13 6 pm Hunter College -lang theatre 4th floor -MOVING IMAGES by ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

William Parker: Deep Roots

Read "William Parker: Deep Roots" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

William Parker's East Village apartment is abuzz with activity on what would seem to be a typical November afternoon in the hive of New York free jazz. Cell phones and laptops are whirring, Parker making arrangements for an upcoming tour as his wife, the dancer and tireless organizer Patricia Nicholson, sets details for an upcoming fundraiser ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Anthony Braxton: The Complete Arista Recordings

Read "Anthony Braxton: The Complete Arista Recordings" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Anthony Braxton

The Complete Arista Recordings

Mosaic

2008

Few artists in the realm of improvised music can claim as important or varied a series of recordings as reedman-composer Anthony Braxton did during his contract to Arista Records in the 1970s. With the financial backing provided by what was then an upstart ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Gunter Hampel Group: Music From Europe

Read "Music From Europe" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza



Gunter Hampel (vibraphone, bass clarinet and flute) grew up studying German folk and European classical music. When he was eight he heard Louis Armstrong and jazz for the first time. Though he did not understand a word of English, he felt Armstrong communicating with him. This had an indelible influence and Hampel went on ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Gunter Hampel Group: Music From Europe

Read "Music From Europe" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Although it is simply called Music From Europe, the Gunter Hampel Group's first foray into America in 1966, could well have joined the ranks of several early (1950s) recordings by MJQ or John Lewis and Dizzy Gillespie's Perceptions (Verve, 1961) as one of those earliest examples of where the musical cultures of classical Europe and jazz ...