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Afrika Love

Label: Artists Recording Collective
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Fountain; Dark Blue Residue; Afrika Love; The Cadillac of Mountains; Kesii.

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Alchemy Sound Project: Afrika Love

Read "Afrika Love" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


The group Alchemy Sound Project is the result of five accomplished composers and bandleaders pooling their resources. The five are saxophonists Salim Washington and Erica Lindsay, trumpeter Samantha Boshnack, pianist Sumi Tonooka and bassist David Arend. Each one contributes a composition to this, their third release together. The result is a varied set of complex and ...

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Alchemy Sound Project: Afrika Love

Read "Afrika Love" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Confirming the many advantages of a regular working ensemble, the Alchemy Sound Project came together in 2014 to provide an additional venue of exploration for several members of the Jazz Composers Orchestra Institute in Los Angeles. Although the group possesses an affinity for fusing classical composition techniques with expansive improvisation, what stands out on Afrika Love, ...

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The Fountain

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Label: Artists Recording Collective
Released: 2021
Duration: 9:28

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Article: Album Review

William Flynn/Tim Fischer: Cross Country

Read "Cross Country" reviewed by Don Phipps


Like a couple of old friends traveling through memories, thoughts and ideas, guitarists William Flynn and Tim Fischer have fashioned their album Cross Country as a conversation of grace and beauty. Flynn, a professor of Jazz Guitar at Wichita (KS) State University, and Fischer, a professor of music at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina's Coastal Carolina University ...

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Alchemy Sound Project: Further Explorations

Read "Further Explorations" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Un settetto di ottimi musicisti provenienti dalle più diverse esperienze, per sviluppare cooperativamente un repertorio che unisca il jazz con la musica da camera: questo è l'Alchemy Sound Project, qui al debutto disccografico. In realtà la formazione originale è un quintetto, singolarmente -ed è una buona notizia -compsoto da tre donne e due uomini, ...

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Michael Jefry Stevens, Eliot Wadopian: Mountain Song

Read "Mountain Song" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Album non privo di sottigliezze, di logica, di una visione coerente del dialogo a due voci, ma neppure di frequenti fasi di stanca, ripetitività e modesto appeal emozionale, questo Mountain Song, che vede uno di fronte all'altro due musicisti avvezzi alla libera improvvisazione così come a forme di interazione più definite. L'incisione risale ...

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Alchemy Sound Project: Further Explorations

Read "Further Explorations" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The collective, Alchemy Sound Project, is a core quintet of composers and musicians whose compositions, on their debut album, Further Explorations cross over a foundation of chamber music with traditional jazz. The central players had united under the banner of the Jazz Composers Orchestra Institute prior to this project. With diverse interests in global influences as ...

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News: Award / Grant

American Jazz Museum Awarded 2012 National Endowment For The Arts - Art Works Grant

American Jazz Museum Awarded 2012 National Endowment For The Arts - Art Works Grant

The American Jazz Museum is pleased to announce the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS has released its 2012 Art Works Grant Awards Recipient listing. The American Jazz Museum is honored to be among those recipients. Specifically, the American Jazz Museum has received $16,000 to support the 2012 Rhythm & Ribs Jazz and Blues Festival. The Rhythm ...

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News: Event

Chris Hazelton Trio New Release On Artists Recording Collective Label

Chris Hazelton Trio New Release On Artists Recording Collective Label

The first time Chris ever saw a real Hammond B-3 organ was in a dark club in Kansas City, MO called Bobby’s Hangout. After taking an interest in the sound of the instrument on some recordings, Jim Mair (his college professor) recommended he go to see the man at the helm, renowned organist Everette DeVan. Chris ...


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