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A Sense of Place

Read "A Sense of Place" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Music itself may be universal, but the circumstances of its birthplace (or places) so often aren't. Overt or otherwise, it can be fascinating how those factors don't just shape a recording, but become vital elements in themselves.

Yukari
Synchronic
QFTF
2017

There's no place like home ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Eden Bareket Trio: Choice

Read "Choice" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Baritone saxophone specialists, like their soprano-playing counterparts, seem a breed apart from their “normal" alto-and tenor- playing brethren. In a world where it's increasingly difficult to stand out from a gaggle of technically awesome young saxophonists, one can almost predict that more players will be specializing in these “second string" instruments. If Choice by Argentinian bari-specialist ...

Quentin Angus: Perception

Read "Perception" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Australia boasts an embarrassment of great jazz musicians, an increasing number of whom have made their way to jny:New York in recent years to broaden their horizons. Guitarist Quentin Angus is one such notable Aussie talent. Here Angus follows up his promising debut, Retrieval Structure (Self Produced, 2011) with another assured work that highlights his tasteful ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Shauli Einav: Generations

Read "Generations" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

The title of saxophonist Shauli Einav's third album, Generations, hints at the breadth of source material the young Israeli-born musician has explored in assembling this collection. Einav contributes two original tunes, “Thermo Blues" and “Renewal," but the bulk of the set comes from the pens of some of the finest writers and players in the history ...


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