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The Swiftest Traveler

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Both Directions; The Swiftest Traveler; Sway; InSitu; Slip, Slide & Rattle; Dwells; Interlude.

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Ambrose Akinmusire, Omri Zeigele, Adam Caine & More

Read "Ambrose Akinmusire, Omri Zeigele, Adam Caine & More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

When a highly respected saxophonist like David Binney recommends a young up-and-coming musician, I tend to pay attention. Los Angeles trombonist Logan Kane and his Nonet live up to the tip on his new Nope, Science, one of the featured new releases hitting this week. Also of great interest are albums from the much-admired trumpeter Ambrose ...

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Chad Taylor Trio, Rob Burke & Jeff Albert

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A look at some of the early music and the lives of two recently departed free jazz greats, Giuseppi Logan and Henry Grimes is this episode's feature. From New Orleans, new tunes from trombonist Jeff Albert, Aussie saxophonist Rob Burke and trumpeter Paul Williamson, Chicago guitarist Tim Stine and drummer Chad Taylor and his trio are ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Torben Snekkestad / Agusti Fernandez / Barry Guy: The Swiftest Traveler

Read "The Swiftest Traveler" reviewed by John Sharpe

A trio of exploratory and quick-witted improvisers unite for an exciting and stimulating outing on The Swiftest Traveler. Norwegian reedman Torben Snekkestad and Catalan pianist Agusti Fernandez are comrades of bassist Barry Guy in his The Blue Shroud Band and also the 2020 edition of the London Jazz Composers Orchestra. The three familiars forge an alchemical ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

London Jazz Composers Orchestra 50 Year Anniversary

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London Jazz Composers Orchestra Alchemia and Manggha Museum Krakow, Poland March 6-8, 2020 Intro Fifty years and counting. One of the most important larger bands in European jazz, The London Jazz Composers Orchestra celebrated its golden anniversary over three days in Krakow which culminated in a triumphant performance of “Harmos." ...

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Spanish-British links on Vector Sounds

Read "Spanish-British links on Vector Sounds" reviewed by John Eyles

In recent decades improvised music has become increasingly international, with improv players from across the world being attracted to global centres such as jny: London or jny: Berlin, playing and forging links there before moving on. Where members of an improvising group were once all of the same nationality, today it is uncommon to find all ...

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Liquid Quintet: Bouquet

Read "Bouquet" reviewed by John Sharpe

After three albums by his Liquid Trio, Catalan pianist Agustí Fernández augments the regular line up of drummer Ramon Prats and saxophonist Albert Cirera with guests bassist Barry Guy and reedman Don Malfon. In the liner notes, Fernández traces the original threesome's lineage back to the Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio and, by implication, to their forebears, ...

Bouquet

Label: Sirulita Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Fire Rose No.1; Fire Rose No.2; Fire Rose No.3; Fire Rose No.4; Fire Rose No.5; Fire Rose No.6; Fire Rose No.7; Fire Rose No.8; Fire Rose No.9; Fire Rose No.10;

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Ted Quinlan, David S. Ware, Nicolás Boccanera and More

Read "Ted Quinlan, David S. Ware, Nicolás Boccanera and More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This week there is a focus on new releases from Ted Quinlan, David S. Ware, Nicolás Boccanera and Land of Kush. Other recent releases are on the playlist. Absolutely Dreaming is the latest release from Toronto jazz guitarist Ted Quinlan, who is a veteran of the Canadian jazz scene. It combines his deep roots in the ...


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