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Article: Interview

Interview with Joe Lovano

Read "Interview with Joe Lovano" reviewed by Mark Felton

This interview was first published at All About Jazz in 1996. All About Jazz: The author of the liner notes of your latest release Quartets suggests that the current trend in jazz is towards a dialogue between the avant-garde and the tradition. How do you interpret that? Joe Lovano: Well, I don't ...


Song of the Day

Sparrows are Badasses

Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 6:11


New Past

Label: Shifting Paradigm Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Sparrows are Badasses; Avocado; Choro de Familiaris; followfellowflow; Evidence; Tones of Tamuras; Toy Tune; Some Moments are Eternal.


Article: Album Review

JC Sanford with Anthony Cox and Michael Cain: New Past

Read "New Past" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Although he has shown himself to be adept in crafting big-band releases such as Views from the Inside (Whirlwind, 2014), trombonist JC Sanford usually works in a pared-down setting, such as his quartet release Keratoconus (Shifting Paradigm, 2019) or, more recently, the two volumes of his trio-based Imminent Standards (Shifting Paradigm, 2021 and 2022). Here he ...


Article: Interview

Meet Terri Lyne Carrington

Read "Meet Terri Lyne Carrington" reviewed by Craig Jolley

From the 1995-2003 archive: This article first appeared at All About Jazz in March 2002. Drummer/composer Terri Lyne Carrington found her voice early. Unlike other child prodigies, she was not transfixed by her early success and has continued to grow musically. Besides her brilliance as a drummer she is now established as a bandleader ...


Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Roberta Piket

Read "Take Five With Roberta Piket" reviewed by Roberta Piket

About Roberta Piket Born in Queens, New York, Roberta inherited a passion for music from both her parents. Her father was the Austrian composer Frederick Piket, who made significant contributions to both the musical liturgy of Reform Judaism and the concert hall with works performed by the New York Philharmonic under conductor Dimitri Metropolis. From her ...


Article: Album Review

Michael Cain: Sola

Read "Sola" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

In his long and well-established career, keyboardist/composer Michael Cain has often flown under the radar. Dating back to 1991, Cain was part of the bassist Anthony Cox's impressive quartet which included saxophonist Dewey Redman drummer Billy Higgins in its initial formation. His fine piano trio outing Circa (ECM, 1997) with trumpeter Ralph Alessi and saxophonist Peter ...


Article: Rediscovery

Gary Thomas: Till We Have Faces

Read "Gary Thomas: Till We Have Faces" reviewed by John Kelman

Gary ThomasTill We Have FacesJMT1992 It was sometime in 1992 when I came across today's Rediscovery. I was walking by a record store (remember those?) in my hometown of Ottawa, Canada when I suddenly heard this staggering guitarist playing over what sounded like a standard I thought I knew but couldn't ...


Article: Interview

Dave King: We do music, so we know music

Read "Dave King: We do music, so we know music" reviewed by Ben Scholz

Ever the emphatic artist, drummer Dave King is most famous as a founding member of the contemporary trio The Bad Plus. Rooted in jazz, The Bad Plus has taken creative music to a new abstract height, examining reinterpretations of works by artists as diverse as Stravinsky, Nirvana and Tears for Fears. However, his re-definition of a ...


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