All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: Live in Concert

Content by tag "Live in Concert"

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Mariah Parker Indo Latin Jazz: Live in Concert

Read "Live in Concert" reviewed by David Becker

Traditional Indian music, various Latin styles and contemporary jazz have negotiated an unlikely but productive friendship in the Indo Latin Jazz Ensemble, a periodically convened combo of top Northern California jazz and world music players led by pianist Mariah Parker.

She reunites the unit for Live in Concert (Ancient Future.com Records, 2017), a collection ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Mark Dresser & Denman Maroney: Live In Concert

Read "Live In Concert" reviewed by Nic Jones

Bassist Mark Dresser is a veteran of Anthony Braxton's quartet and Denman Maroney is the creator of the term “hyperpiano," used to distinguish his approach from that of other pianists using prepared techniques for piano. Those two factors alone say enough about where their music is coming from, which by default arguably places great emphasis on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ken Taylor Sextet: Live in Concert

Read "Live in Concert" reviewed by Jack Bowers

In my line of work one occasionally meets working musicians, some of whom are accompanied by their latest (sometimes first) album. I met trumpeter Ken Taylor at the Prescott (AZ) Jazz Summit in late August, and he sheepishly apologized for offering me a copy of Live in Concert, the debut album by the Ken Taylor Sextet. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The Tim Collins Quartet: Live In Concert

Read "Live In Concert" reviewed by Russell Moon

Tim Collins is a young vibraphonist from New York City, and Live In Concert documents his March 24, 2002 graduation recital at the Manhattan School of Music.

Collins frequently gigs in the New York area (often as a duet) with pianist Ayako Shirasaki. Bassist Miles Brown and drummer Obed Calvaire are his preferred accompanists ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Sherrie Maricle and the DIVA Jazz Orchestra: Live in Concert

Read "Live in Concert" reviewed by Jack Bowers

As I've mentioned before, my brother Tom swears he can tell the difference between male and female jazz musicians, especially in big bands. To test his ability to do so, I cobbled together a CD comprised of selections from the DIVA Jazz Orchestra's first three albums, slapped a fictitious male name on the label and sent ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The Piano Duo: Live in Concert

Read "Live in Concert" reviewed by Jorg Knobloch

This CD is the latest production by the small label Green House Music from Wuppertal, Germany - famous for its train which is suspended from a monorail. The cover of the CD explains it all: The Piano Duo: René Pretschner and Melo Mafali Live in Concert featuring Jennifer Lim: Jazz Meets Classic. This live concert was ...