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Article: Multiple Reviews

Dominic Lash and Ricardo Tejero together

Read "Dominic Lash and Ricardo Tejero together" reviewed by John Eyles


Among a host of other activities too numerous to catalogue, bassist Dominic Lash and saxophonist / clarinetist Ricardo Tejero are both long-standing stalwarts of the London Improvisers Orchestra, so it was almost inevitable that they would gravitate towards each other in a smaller grouping at some point, as had happened with other LIO regulars. But, as ...

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News: Event

2014 Jazz Connect Conference Schedule

2014 Jazz Connect Conference Schedule

The conference will be held January 9-10, 2014 at the Hilton New York Hotel in New York City and will feed into the annual APAP (Association of Performing Arts Presenters) Conference as well as Winter Jazzfest. LOCATION: Hilton New York 1335 Avenue of the Americas at 54th St. New York, ...

Album

The Ambiguity Of Light

Label: Babel
Released: 2013

Album

OTTOTOO

Label: Babel
Released: 2013

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Live/Remix

Label: Babel
Released: 2013

Album

Live/Remix

Label: Babel
Released: 2013

Album

BabEl

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2013
Track listing: Pyramids; Dervish Dance; Nedudim; Alfombra Magica; Scalerica de Oro; Hagiga Suite; Camelao; Valley Of The Kings.

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Article: Profile

Julie Sassoon: Dancing in the Shadows

Read "Julie Sassoon: Dancing in the Shadows" reviewed by Duncan Heining


It's been seven years since British pianist and composer Julie Sassoon released her first solo CD, New Life (Babel). Since then, she and her family have moved to Berlin and Sassoon has quietly established herself in Germany as an unusual and unique talent. It's been a long wait for fans but her new live album, Land ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Julie Sassoon: Land of Shadows

Read "Julie Sassoon: Land of Shadows" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Land of Shadows is British improvising pianist Julie Sassoon's second solo CD and her first for the German jazzwerkstatt label. Recorded live in Cologne and at the famed Bauhaus theatre in Dessau, the record marks both an consolidation and an advance on its predecessor, New Life (2006 Babel). Where New Life drew its energy ...

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Article: We Travel the Spaceways

The Dude Abides

Read "The Dude Abides" reviewed by Mark Corroto


To paraphrase Jeffrey Lebowski, aka The Dude (or El Dudarino, if you are not into the brevity thing), “I've had a rough night, and I hate the fucking Grateful Dead, man." Actually, The Dude said the “Eagles" (and I guess I'm obliged to agree with him), but for me the Dead seem to always get under ...


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