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ARTICLE: RADIO

Bitches Brew @ 50, Sonny Rollins with Brownie & Max (& More)

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This week we have recent music from Akiko Tsuruga (her best yet!), Pierre Dorge, Chris Rogers, Anthony Fung and Conrad Herwig. But the big news is that Bitches Brew was recorded in August, 1969 over three days. This week we offer the sessions recorded on August 19, 1969. The edit log for the title track (on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra: Along for the Ride

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On the third album as leader of his superlative New York-based Jazz Orchestra, trombonist Pete McGuinness proves again that he is one of the more astute and resourceful composer / arrangers on the scene today. From “Put on a Happy Face" through “One for the Maestro," McGuinness' impressive charts are decorous models of warmth and perception. ...

Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra: Without A Trace

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Grudging good wishes to New Yorkers who are able to see and hear the world-class Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra on a fairly regular basis. Everyone else must make do with the occasional recording (Without a Trace is only the second by the ten-year-old ensemble which made its debut in 2008). That's not nearly enough, of course, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra: Without A Trace

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The Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra follows up the highly successful debut album Portraits and Places (Origin, 2016), with another masterpiece recording on Without A Trace offering new and exciting arrangements of three standards and four creative Reeves originals that all together, pack quite a powerful musical punch. A full-tenured professor at The City University of New ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Chris Rogers: Voyage Home

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Il jazz non è soltanto un genere musicale: per qualcuno è anche un luogo affettivo, dove ritrovare le proprie radici, vecchie conoscenze, episodi della propria vita, atmosfere familiari. Accade anche per Chris Rogers in Voyage Home, il cui titolo, che può essere tradotto con “rotta verso casa," lascia intendere come l'autore abbia voluto percorrere un viaggio ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Chris Rogers: Voyage Home

Read "Voyage Home" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Recorded in February of 2001, Voyage Home is trumpeter Chris Rogers' long-awaited debut album as a performer, composer and band leader. Released fifteen years after its original recording, the music documents performances from incredibly talented artists whom Rogers has known his entire life, including the late saxophonist Michael Brecker as well as a statement lifted from ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gary Morgan and Panamericana: Felicidade

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Già collaboratore e componente della Boss Brass di Rob McConnell, il canadese Gary Morgan ha portato avanti un particolare progetto orchestrale, in cui i ritmi e i suoni dell’America latina hanno un ruolo importante. Ed è proprio questa la chiave di lettura di questo CD, dove i classici arrangiamenti dell’orchestra jazz vengono rivitalizzati da un bel tessuto poliritmico delle ...