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Tim Langedijk Trio: November

Read "November" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Guitarist Tim Langedijk formed his first trio in 2006, recording two CDs with bassist Udo Pannekeet and drummer Haye Jellema: 2008's Testimonials (2008) and Inside The House (2010), both on The Sands Records label. Hans van Oosterhout replaces Jellema on November, which also features the exciting pianist Jasper van 't Hof.

Langedijk's contemporary compositions ...

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Steve Lacy: November

Read "November" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Quando se n'è andato, quel 4 giugno di sei anni fa, non lo si sarebbe detto: che il nome di Steve Lacy - perché é di lui ovviamente che stiamo parlando - sarebbe tornato al centro delle “cose" jazzistiche tutto sommato così di rado (al di là della memoria, indelebile, lasciata in chi l'ha conosciuto e amato, non ultimo ...

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Steve Lacy: November

Read "November" reviewed by Nic Jones

The world of improvised music lost one of the greats when Steve Lacy ceased walking this earth. His music was as singular as that of anyone who has graced that world, and the fact that he chose to communicate exclusively through the medium of the soprano saxophone had the effect of elevating him to a rare ...

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Steve Lacy: November

Read "November" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Even without the back story of November, the music of soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy exists on its own merits. Compare this live recording to the two dozen-plus solo sessions by this master, and it stands up to any of them.

Not that Lacy was in his finest form here, having been diagnosed with liver ...

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Jeremy Pelt: November

Read "November" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

In the same way that Roy Hargrove's Earfood (Emarcy, 2008) updated Lee Morgan's Cornbread (Blue Note, 1965), so Jeremy Pelt's November updates Miles Davis' Miles Smiles (Columbia/Legacy, 1966). If creativity and art can be evaluated on both the vertical and horizontal, Morgan's and Davis' offerings represent horizontal progressions of the art of jazz into new areas, ...