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John Petrucelli Quintet: The Way

Read "The Way" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The debut release from saxophonist John Petrucelli packs a mean punch. For his first outing, this Pittsburgh-based tenor man put together a lengthy, two-disc program that showcases his writing and, of greater note, his chops.

In some ways, this can be seen as a musical shock and awe campaign. Petrucelli's muscular tenor proves ...

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Vittorio Sicbaldi Four More Quintet: The Way

Read "The Way" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Con sempre maggior frequenza troviamo dischi di jazzisti italiani pubblicati da case discografiche giapponesi. Nel paese del Sol Levante continua a crescere un interesse nei confronti del nostro jazz che va olrre ogni preclusione stilistica e spazia da Actis Dato agli ortodossi del bop. Sicbaldi ed il suo quintetto fanno parte di questa seconda categoria. Ascoltando il disco in ...

Ton Trio: The Way

Read "The Way" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Tasting just one slice of the musical pie that is Aram Shelton, one finds him in his Bay area trio with bassist Kurt Kotheimer and drummer Sam Ospovat. His Ton Trio makes a jazz sound reminiscent of a '60s venture into The New Thing, yet favors a very melodic writing.

The saxophonist gained fame ...

Steve Lacy: The Way

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By Francis Lo Kee

The great Steve Lacy, recently departed, made many records, but this one captures a great ensemble at the peak of its creative powers. It's a two-CD set from one concert in Basel in 1979, and it's hard to believe that so much great music was played in one sitting.

"Stamps ...

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Steve Lacy Five: The Way

Read "The Way" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Steve Lacy once said that his gradual engagement with free improvisation, “dropping the tunes" as he put it, was a mode in which he (or any musician) could get to that indescribable “thing" on the other side. It is also likely that his intense study of the songbooks of Monk, Nichols and Ellington in the '50s ...

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The Bob Boguslaw Quartet: The Way

Read "The Way" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The Way is Bob Boguslaw's labor of love, jazz style. Boguslaw is a classically trained pianist, and a musician with a remarkably varied resume. He performs regularly with The President's Own “United States Marine Band", and has performed with Aretha Franklin, Bo Diddley, Smokey Robinson, and The Moody Blues, in between jazz jam sessions galore, while ...