All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: Hubert Dupont

Content by tag "Hubert Dupont"

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Hubert Dupont: Smart Grid

Read "Smart Grid" reviewed by Samuel Stroup

Hubert Dupont's new live album, Smart Grid, finds the seasoned French bassist in good company. With the assistance of saxophonist Denis Guivarc'h, pianist Yvan Robilliard, and drummer Pierre Mangeard, Dupont manages to give the set's six original tunes the utmost life. The exceptional work of the quartet makes itself known in not only their improvisation and ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Come Up to the Fender

Read "Come Up to the Fender" reviewed by Patrick Burnette

It's a mixed-bag this fortnight, with two brand new releases by up and comers (Sasha Mashin and Hubert DuPont), a theme album by a Spanish guitar-slinger, and one of many attempts to turn the jazzy music of Steely Dan into full-blown jazz. Pop matters features brief discussions of British odd-ball musicians Brian Eno and Syd Barrett, ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Running The Bas(s)es

Read "Running The Bas(s)es" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

In baseball parlance, “touch 'em all" refers to hitting a four-bagger, a home run. In this week's episode, we try to “touch" a whole bunch of wonderful contemporary bassists. The following would make up a pretty darn good all-star team of “bass" runners: John Hébert with Marty Ehrlich, Joshua Abrams, Drew Gress in Free Country, Sean ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

From Glen Hall and Gil Evans to Charles Lloyd to Martin Kuchen

Read "From Glen Hall and Gil Evans to Charles Lloyd to Martin Kuchen" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Saxophonistically speaking... this episode has an abundance of fine saxophonists lurking throughout, from Glen Hall (with Gil Evans in Gil's last project) to Frenchman Denis Guivarc'h with Hubert Dupont to Jake Wark with Chicago pianist Matt Piet. You want more? David Liebman in No Fast Food, the late Dewey Redman, Matt Nelson with Brandon Lopez, Brad ...

Hubert Dupont: Smart Grid

Read "Smart Grid" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

French bassist and composer Hubert Dupont has been mixing music and political activism since his Sabil Trio played at the Institute of the Arab World in 2013. That event served as the inspiration for Golan/Al Joulan Vol. 1 (2016) and Golan/Al Joulan Vol. 2 (2017), both on the Ultrabolic label. His blend of Arab music and ...

Hubert Dupont: Golan/Al Joulan Vol. 2

Read "Golan/Al Joulan Vol. 2" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

French bassist, composer and activist Hubert Dupont had been touring with a trio called Sabil, playing their initial concert at the Institute of the Arab World in 2013. It was there that he formulated the concept for his multi-cultural, genre-bending Golan/Al Joulan Vol. 1 (Ultrabolic, 2016). In biblical lore, Golan is described as “a city of ...