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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jay Anderson: Deepscape

Read "Deepscape" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Jay Anderson took up the acoustic bass as a pre-teen, earned a Bachelor's Degree in Performance from CSU and cut his teeth playing with the Woody Herman Orchestra, right out of school. His deep resume includes classical performance with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, alternative music with Frank Zappa and Tom Waits, and pop with David Bowie. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jay Anderson: Deepscape

Read "Deepscape" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Bassist Jay Anderson has long been the rock to locks things in place and the harmonic tether to hold it all together. He appears on more than 400 albums, having served as the anchor for everybody from Lynne Arriale to Frank Zappa, and he's one of the most steady and dependable low-end quantities on the scene. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Chuck Deardorf: Perception

Read "Perception" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Before the tech revolution that has ushered in an era of unprecedented growth and global recognition, the city of Seattle was a bit of an outpost in the world of jazz. Since the 1920s, the city has enjoyed a vibrant and innovative jazz scene, often resulting in local musicians backing major international touring artists. The emerald ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Chuck Deardorf: Hanging On To The Groove

Read "Chuck Deardorf: Hanging On To The Groove" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Bassist Chuck Deardorf has gained a reputation for virtuosity and professionalism over a career that has thus far spanned 40 years. He has been the first call bassist in Seattle for most of his career, playing with some of the most renowned musicians in the history of jazz. For many years, despite having a prolific local ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

2018: The Year in Jazz

Read "2018: The Year in Jazz" reviewed by Ken Franckling

The year 2018 was a busy one for the jazz world. The genre's version of the #MeToo movement resulted in a new Code of Conduct and other efforts to make the music workplace more equitable. International Jazz Day brought its biggest stage to St. Petersburg, Russia. The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, which ran a high-profile ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Peter Nelson: Ash, Dust, and the Chalkboard Cinema

Read "Ash, Dust, and the Chalkboard Cinema" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

"In sickness and in health" is a phrase that evokes thoughts of wedding vows in most minds. But in a broader sense, it can be applicable to performing artists and their relationship--marital commitment, if you will--to their instruments and work. If anybody has lived and absorbed that truth, it's trombonist Peter Nelson.

After ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases Of 2018

Read "Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases Of 2018" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The music keeps moving forward, evolving to higher levels. My search for the best jazz recordings of 2018 led me to these marvelous CDs.

Satoko Fujii
Satoko Fujii Solo
Libra Records

A person's sixtieth birthday serves as a milestone, more so in Japan--where it is referred to as “Kanreki"--than elsewhere. ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Ė Partito il Bologna Jazz Festival 2018

Read "Ė Partito il Bologna Jazz Festival 2018" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Bologna
Varie sedi
28-30.10.2018

Nel sessantesimo anniversario dello storico e glorioso festival, partito in modo timido e sperimentale nel 1958 sotto la direzione di Alberto Alberti e Cicci Foresti, si è inaugurata la tredicesima edizione del nuovo Bologna Jazz Festival, rinato nel 2006 con criteri e obiettivi in via di assestamento di ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Adam Berenson / Scott Barnum / Eric Hofbauer: Introverted Cultures

Read "Introverted Cultures" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

On his 21st album, composer/pianist/electronic artist Adam Berenson continues his string of remarkable and unpredictable projects with Introverted Cultures. His early association with Paul Bley and a broad range of influences and interests have resulted in a harvest of creative music that shapes unexpected hybrids. Here we have a drummer-less trio for the first twelve tracks ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Joris Teepe: Conversations

Read "Conversations" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Don Braden appartiene a quella schiera di sassofonisti emersi tra gli anni ottanta e novanta sull'onda di un neo bop caratterizzato da forti legami coi maestri degli anni cinquanta e sessanta (Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter) e relazioni col modello Blue Note.

In un quarto di secolo ha espresso al ...