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Robert Bush’s Best Releases of 2013

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2013 proved to be another banner year for recorded jazz—so much wonderful music—no one could argue that this is a dying art form. These ten recordings stood out in particular.

Mark Dresser
Nourishments
(Clean Feed)

Keith Jarrett
Somewhere
(ECM)

Wadada Leo Smith
Occupy The World
(TUM)

Nate Wooley
Sit In The Throne Of Friendship
(clean feed)

Lucian Ban, Mat Maneri
Transylvanian Concert
(ECM)

Mary Halvorson
Illusionary Sea
(Firehouse 12)

Michael Formanek
Small Places
(ECM)

Ches Smith
Hammered
(Clean Feed)

Tim Berne
Shadow Man
(ECM)

Michael Vlatkovich
You're too dimensional
(pfMENTUM)

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