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Benjamin Duboc

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Benjamin Duboc was born May 20, 1969. double bass player / improviser / electroacoustic composer / sound engineer Benjamin Duboc is a very strong voice on double bass, born 1969, studied with JF Jenny-Clark & Bernard Cazauran, and has played with many great musicians (as Ernest Dawkins, Bertrand Denzler, Roy Campbell, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, Sabir Mateen, Byard Lancaster, Daniel Erdmann, Abdelahaï Bennani, Michel Doneda, Daunik Lazro, Sunny Murray, John Betsch…). And also with Henry Grimes for a great duet in Paris. He leads the "Nuts" quintet with Itaru Oki & Rasul Siddik on trumpets, & Makoto Sato & Didier Lasserre on drums

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Article: Album Review

Daunik Lazro, Benjamin Duboc, Mathieu Bec: Standards Combustion

Read "Standards Combustion" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The French trio of saxophonist Daunik Lazro, bassist Benjamin Duboc, and drummer Mathieu Bec has released a collection of music with the fitting title Standards Combustion. Their covers of two compositions each by John Coltrane and Albert Ayler, and one each by Steve Lacy and Wayne Shorter do not so much burn down these nuggets as ...

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Standards Combustion

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Ghosts; Deadline; Mothers; Nefertiti; Line Up for Lacy; R.Métégal; Vigil; Tight Rope; Love.

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Article: Album Review

Lisa Ullén, Elsa Bergman, Anna Lund: Space

Read "Space" reviewed by John Sharpe


Although pianist Lisa Ullén, bassist Elsa Bergman and drummer Anna Lund supply a formidable bottom end to the surging horn polyphony of Anna Högberg's Attack, on Space they find an alternative means to convey emotion and rapport through collective improvisation. Across five studio tracks, the Swedish threesome practices an egalitarian creed which does not privilege any ...

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Sillons - Reflets

Label: Potlatch Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Sillons; Reflets.

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Article: Album Review

Eve Risser: Après un rêve

Read "Après un rêve" reviewed by Henning Bolte


There are characteristic archetypal melodies with which we fell immediately familiar. “Apres un Reve," written by French composer Gabriel Fauré in the 1870s, is such a tune. These types of melodies can often be repeated without loss of attraction or tension and release dynamics. In this live recorded performance, French multi-instrumentalist Eve Risser exploits ...

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Article: Live Review

Jazzdor Berlin 2019

Read "Jazzdor Berlin 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Kulturbrauerei, Kesselhaus Jazzdor Berlin Berlin June 4-7, 2019 Jazzdor Berlin is one of the few truly, consistently and enduring European minded and spirited jazz festival events around—an initiative taken by Phillip Ochem, the artistic leader of the Strasbourg festival Jazzdor, more than a decade ago. Long breath Unlike other ...

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Article: Year in Review

John Sharpe's Best Releases Of 2017

Read "John Sharpe's Best Releases Of 2017" reviewed by John Sharpe


Here are ten new releases and two partial reissues, reviewed on All About Jazz, which stood out among the 200 or so discs that I heard this year. Sylvie Courvoisier / Mary HalvorsonCrop Circles (Relative Pitch Records) Over the last fifteen years or more, pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and guitarist ...

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Article: Interview

Eve Risser: 88 tasti e magia

Read "Eve Risser: 88 tasti e magia" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello


Pianista, compositrice, improvvisatrice tra le più originali e interessanti attualmente sulla scena europea, la francese Eve Risser sta ottenendo un sempre più crescente successo e affetto. Merito della sua musica, complessa e particolare, ma sempre dotata di uno speciale calore comunicativo, anche nei suoi frangenti più astratti. Merito della sua capacità di ...

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Article: Building a Jazz Library

Forget Old Europe: 15 European Jazz Musicians You Need To Know About

Read "Forget Old Europe: 15 European Jazz Musicians You Need To Know About" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello


Since the first half of the 20th century, the Old Continent has played a pivotal role both in welcoming and supporting jazz artists from the United States. Over the following decades it has expressed generations of passionate musicians with increasingly original languages and ever greater improvisatory skills. In the 21st century there are countless ...


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