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The Cookers: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Delle molte facce del mainstream quella rappresentata da questo CD è una delle più autentiche e caratterizzate, in quanto i membri di The Cookers sono accomunati da determinanti fattori biografici. Nati fra il 1935 ((Cecil McBee) e il 1964 (David Weiss), essi sono stati tutti esponenti di primo piano di quell'hard bop dai risvolti modali che ...

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The Cookers: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by Troy Collins

Celebrating seven years together, Time and Time Again is the fourth release by The Cookers since the group's recording debut, Warriors (Jazz Legacy Productions, 2010). The band's all-star lineup, who first rose to prominence in the late '60s and early '70s, was initially formed by trumpet player David Weiss, who also serves as musical director. In ...

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The Cookers: Time And Time Again

Read "Time And Time Again" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The very idea of The Cookers is something of a pleasing paradox. It's a band that's populated by some of the most impressive and seasoned veterans out there, but it plays like an anti-super group; it's a real deal band, not a big payday or business venture, and nobody's phoning it in, grandstanding, or letting any ...

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Paul Motian: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

There's always magic in the air whenever Paul Motian, Bill Frisell and Joe Lovano get together and this album is no exception. A sequel to the brilliant I Have the Room Above Her (ECM, 2005), this is another master painting by these fine artists. Jazz has always favored individual voices and expressionism, and these players have ...

Paul Motian: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

C’è un qualcosa di indefinito nella musica di Paul Motian che sembra strettamente connesso alla nozione di tempo. Sarà quel modo così parsimonioso e così poco percussivo di suonare (e mai come in questo caso il verbo rende l’idea della musicalità insita nel tocco del maestro), saranno quelle composizioni scritte con spiccato gusto per la dilatazione e le ...

Paul Motian: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by Budd Kopman

The word abstract, when applied to jazz or music in general, is that which has little or none of the components that provide the mind, through the ears, structure and form through repetition.

Most would agree that rhythm is the most basic in that the repetition of groups of beats and the accents ...

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Paul Motian: Time and Time Again

Read "Time and Time Again" reviewed by John Kelman

One sax, one guitar, one set of drums. Who could imagine that such a spare combination could sound so rich, so complete? Drummer Paul Motian's collaboration with guitarist Bill Frisell and saxophonist Joe Lovano is well into its third decade together but, instead of settling into comfortable predictability, Time and Time Again finds the trio continuing ...

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Paul Motian: Time And Time Again

Read "Time And Time Again" reviewed by J Hunter

Of all the things that make me hold my head about Jazz at Lincoln Center, the most ridiculous item showed up in an article on the first year in their new digs, Frederick Rose Hall. In a section on J@LC's organizational mindset, an unnamed staffer reportedly dissed Paul Motian as a drummer because, “He doesn't swing. ...