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Island

Label: Artists House
Released: 2004
Track listing: Before the First Time; 114; Where Do We Go From Here?; Song for Kenny; Upstairs with Beatrice; Island; Strange One.

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Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler: Island

Read "Island" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Veterans Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler explore shared sensibilities on Island, a collection that could have fit comfortably in Wheeler’s ECM catalogue, but instead spearheads the resuscitated Artists House label. Although they’ve not recorded together before, they set eachother up and finish eachother’s thoughts like a long married couple. The island in question seems more north ...

Blood Sutra

Label: Artists House
Released: 2003
Track listing: Proximity (Crossroads), Brute Facts, Ascent, When History Sleeps, Questions of Agency, Kinship, Stigmatism, This Much Music, Imagined Nations, Because of Guns/Hey Joe Redux, Desiring

Beginner's Mind

Label: Artists House
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. The North Shore 2. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child 3. Colorado 4. Stronger Than Dirt 5. End Of A Love Story 6. Shoshin 7. Everybody Loves Ruby 8. As Stacey Sleeps 9. Good Morning Heartache 10. Spring Is Here

The Family Secret

Label: Artists House
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1.Too Many Times, 2.Get Ready, 3.Honk If You , 4. Full Circle, 5. Time Won't Tell, 6. Hard To Find, 7. Rewind It and Play it Again, 8. My Dog Sassy, 9. Thank You, 10. Check Yourself , 11. America The Beautiful

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Steve Haines Quintet: Beginner's Mind

Read "Beginner's Mind" reviewed by Ken Hohman

Do bass players make better jazz records? Back in 2000, the under-rated bassist John Goldsby released Viewpoint, and I haven't stopped listening to it since. There's no denying the consistent glories of William Parker's recent run on record. And for the past year Dave Holland has been redefining the way a big band can sound, making ...

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Vijay Iyer: Blood Sutra

Read "Blood Sutra" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Pianist Vijay Iyer isn't afraid of big ideas. He premiered a song cycle about urban life and ethnicity and “lives in transit" at the Asia Society in May (documented on the Pi Recordings release In What Language, also released this month), and is the 2003 recipient of the CalArts Alpert Award in the Arts in the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Vijay Iyer: Blood Sutra

Read "Blood Sutra" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

You get the feeling that piansist Vijay Iyer is shifting into a period of transition with the opening track on his new CD, Blood Sutra. “Proximity (Crossroads)" is – uncharacteristicaly for Iyer – a slow tempo bit of introspection, with a swish of brush and stickwork painting washes behind the hard-edged piano notes. But the “Brute ...

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Oteil Burbridge and the Peacemakers: The Family Secret

Read "The Family Secret" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

You may recall John Snyder's name from his tenures at CTI, Horizon Records, and his own label, Artists House--not to mention past Grammy winners lists (he's been associated with 5). By the time he was 30 he'd worked with such industry giants as Creed Taylor, Rudy Van Gelder, Herb Alpert and Ahmet Ertegun, as well as ...


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