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Craig Yaremko: Sync

Read "Sync" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Saxophonist Craig Yaremko's Sync, immediately brings to mind his other major appearance recently, as the multi-reed player on trumpeter/flugelhornist Nathan Eklund's A Crooked Line (Jazz Excursion, 2007).

While A Crooked Line was a structured attempt to revisit the early 1960s Blue Note period, Sync has some other ideas. The group here is a quartet ...

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Craig Yaremko: Sync

Read "Sync" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Chemistry. The term can refer to a number of things. In music, it represents that just-right, often perfect, blend of sounds when musicians complement one another well. Chemistry is what you get on saxophonist Craig Yaremko's Sync.

Yaremko is a fixture on the New York jazz scene. His experience has included live performances of classical, ...

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Craig Yaremko: Sync

Read "Sync" reviewed by Laurel Gross

For those who want an indication of whether their tastes are in sync with an artist's essence, going along for a ride with multi-reedist Craig Yaremko is as straight-ahead as driving on a highway. Yet this is also someone who likes taking the scenic route. These are not detours off the main path but intrinsically threaded ...

Ned Rothenberg: Sync

Read "Sync" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The great saxophonist Evan Parker wouldn’t embark on a tour with someone of lesser or diminutive talents. Recently, Parker and saxophonist Ned Rothenberg joined forces for a series of live performances at selected venues. Yet on Sync, Rothenberg performs with bassist-guitarist Jerome Harris and percussionist Samir Chatterjee for a jubilant set of sprightly works marked by ...