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Article: Album Review

Paul Bley Trios: Play Annette Peacock Revisited

Read "Play Annette Peacock Revisited" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini

Questi bellissimi quattordici brani sono stati registrati nel 1966 (i primi otto) e nel 1968 (i restanti sei). Tutti sono stati scritti da Annette Peacock e registrati dal trio di Paul Bley, assieme a brani di altri compositori, per poi essere pubblicati nei mesi successivi alla registrazione stessa. Questo eccellente CD della Ezz-Thetics estrae e raggruppa ...


Article: Live Review

Re-Convening The Convention: jazzahead's Bold Comeback Plan

Read "Re-Convening The Convention: jazzahead's Bold Comeback Plan" reviewed by Josef Woodard

A delicate, operational balance between sophistication, jazz cultural advocacy and marketwise boosterism has been in place since the inception of the ambitious adventure known as jazzahead!. One can sense that balance in the convention/showcase festival's very branding, with its title stylized as in coolly lowercase composite word festooned with an emphatic exclamation point, and in the ...


Article: Album Review

Dave Bass: The Trio, Vol. 3

Read "The Trio, Vol. 3" reviewed by Troy Dostert

For its third installment, pianist Dave Bass' regular working group has produced another worthwhile document drawing on Bass' many influences, and showing that he also has plenty of his own creativity to offer. Once again accompanied by bassist Kerry Kashiwagi and drummer Scott Gordon, and a few cameos from guitarist Barry Finnerty, the pianist proves his ...


Article: Live Review

Vossa Jazz Going Strong and Poetic at 50

Read "Vossa Jazz Going Strong and Poetic at 50" reviewed by Josef Woodard

Vossa Jazz Voss, Norway March 31-April 2, 2023 Origin stories in the still-young-ish wild frontier of jazz festival culture can be fascinating case studies in feisty pioneer spirit. Take the Western Norwegian Vossa Jazz Festival, an important stop in the storied Norwegian festival circuit, which celebrated its ripe old 50th birthday this ...


Article: Album Review

Augusto Pirodda: The Monkey and The Monk

Read "The Monkey and The Monk" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Pianista sardo da molti anni trasferitosi in Belgio, Augusto Pirodda è nel tempo stato autore, con formazioni diverse, di assai pregevoli lavori, l'ultimo dei quali è il singolare duetto con la cantante Emilia Vancini And If You Fall, You Fall. Qui lo troviamo alla guida di un settetto composto, accanto alla ritmica, da tre fiati e ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Annette Peacock, Christina Galisatus, Paul Bley, Michael Wollny & New Releases

Read "Annette Peacock, Christina Galisatus, Paul Bley, Michael Wollny & New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The spirit of the masters, the roots of each music tradition, are like ghosts that accompany a musician's creative process, with more or less awareness based on the musician's disposition. This is the premise directly explored by Michael Wollny in his latest album, and indirectly explored by every other musician featured on this show, which spotlights ...


Article: Album Review

Jeremy Siskind: Songs of Rebirth

Read "Songs of Rebirth" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

In 2022, we are seeing a lot of musical projects born in some way from the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 and 2021. This song cycle by pianist Jeremy Siskind is concerned with some of the varied emotional responses people had to the upheavals of that period. Siskind wrote the material on this album for ...


Article: Building a Jazz Library

From George Coleman to Meeco: Ten Overlooked Classics

Read "From George Coleman to Meeco: Ten Overlooked Classics" reviewed by Chris May

The only thread running through this installment of Building A Jazz Library is that of unsung quality. No particular artist is spotlighted, nor any particular genre. There are simply ten, randomly selected albums, recorded in the US and Europe between 1953 and 2021, which show jazz off at its finest, but which, for one reason or ...

Article: Album Review

Paul Bley: Touching & Blood Revisited

Read "Touching & Blood Revisited" reviewed by Vic Albani

Credo che la maggior parte degli appassionati e ascoltatori di musica jazz che hanno progressivamente conquistato la materia durante i primi anni di ascolto, si sia presto resa conto della immensa peculiarità che un trio-jazz porta con sé, specialmente dopo gli anni in cui un certo Bill Evans portò agli onori della cronaca le particolari geometrie ...


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