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Bill Frisell: Ramping It Up

Read "Bill Frisell: Ramping It Up" reviewed by John Kelman

It's always been a not-so-hidden truth, especially in the jazz world, that fans only get a small window into what their favorite artists are about. Artists' commercial releases--usually no more than one per year--rarely document the entirety of the various projects with which they're involved in the course of those 12 months. And when you're someone ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Manfred Schoof: Resonance

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For every artist that has achieved international attention via the exposure of ECM Records, there are countless others who seem to have been lost beneath the cracks. German trumpeter Manfred Schoof, who recorded three superb albums for the ECM- affiliated JAPO label in the 1970s, was a member of the freewheeling Globe Unity Orchestra alongside Peter ...

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Jan Garbarek Group: Dresden

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Though less active on the recording front in recent years--In Praise of Dreams (ECM, 2004) was his first since Mnemosyne (ECM, 1999), following up his immensely popular pairing with the Hilliard Ensemble, Officium (ECM, 1994)-- Jan Garbarek has toured virtually every year, playing dates in Europe and further abroad. His 2008 Mai Jazz performance, in Stavanger, ...