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Article: Radio

Cale Brandley & Triptych Myth and Philip Zoubek

Read "Cale Brandley & Triptych Myth and Philip Zoubek" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Master drummer Andrew Cyrille turned 79 in November. His wonderful new recording Lebroba, following on the heels of his acclaimed The Declaration of Musical Independence proves age has little to do with creativity. You'll hear two tracks from the new release which features Bill Frisell and Wadada Leo Smith, another septuagenarian at peak powers.

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Article: Radio

Sean Moran, James Banner’s Usine and More

Read "Sean Moran, James Banner’s Usine and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Exactly one day after the funeral of his beloved wife, and urged by friends and family, Polish saxophonist Leszek Żądło along with bassist Andrzej Cudzich and drummer Janusz Stefański entered Studio Stebo in Krakow, Poland in 1995 and recorded some very emotional and powerful music. Finally released, that recording is the feature on this week's episode ...

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Article: Catching Up With

Charles McPherson: The Man and His Muse

Read "Charles McPherson: The Man and His Muse" reviewed by Joan Gannij


Acclaimed alto saxophone wizard Charles McPherson has a new muse: his 25-year-old daughter Camille, a premier dancer with the San Diego Ballet, where he also serves as composer-in-residence these days. McPherson was a young father in his twenties, with three children from a first marriage. Thirty years up the road, after marrying the lovely Lynn, a ...

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Article: Year in Review

Robert Bush Best of 2014

Read "Robert Bush Best of 2014" reviewed by Robert Bush


2014 proved a banner year for jazz recordings. Still, two of my favorite discs this year came in the form of previously unreleased material--the Jarrett Trio and Coltrane Quintet cannot be overlooked, in my opinion. Wadada Leo Smith The Great Lakes Suites (Tum Records) Keith Jarrett, ...

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Bert Turetzky / George Lewis / Vinny Golia: Triangulation II

Label: Kadima Collective
Released: 2011
Track listing: Reconaissance; Plenipotentiary Panache; Ballade; You Don't Say; A Low Frequency Colloquy; Diversion a Tre; Another Heated Conversation (Thanks to M.W.); Up Is Down (Jan Sedifka R.I.P).

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Article: Live Review

Bert Turetzky & Friends: San Diego, CA May 26, 2011

Read "Bert Turetzky & Friends: San Diego, CA May 26, 2011" reviewed by Robert Bush


Bert Turetzky and Friends Dizzy's San Diego, CA May 26, 2011 Bertram Turetzky might well be considered the Godfather of San Diego contrabass. He has mentored many of the area's top players, like Bob Magnusson, Mark Dresser, and Rob Thorsen, to name a few. Even though he's ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Bert Turetzky / George Lewis / Vinny Golia: Triangulation II

Read "Bert Turetzky / George Lewis / Vinny Golia:  Triangulation II" reviewed by Robert Bush


Bert Turetzky / George Lewis / Vinny GoliaTriangulation 11Kadima Collective2010 The trio at work here consists of three giants of improvised music. On trombone, George Lewis has few peers; multi-instrumentalist Vinny Golia has been a rock of the Los Angeles free-jazz scene for over 30 years; and contrabassist ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Kadima Collective

Read "Kadima Collective" reviewed by Stuart Broomer


When you first come across the recordings on Kadima Collective, a couple of things stand out. The first is that the label, devoted to free improvisation, is based in Israel; secondly, there's a good chance that the CD will feature a bassist, often one of substantial international stature, like Barre Phillips, Mark Dresser or Joëlle Léandre. ...

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Transition & Transformation

Label: Nine Winds Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1.A major Decision 2.Tamalpais 3.A Heated Discussion 4.Eclipse 5. Mysterioso 6.Short Subject-I 7.Short Subject-II 8.Short Subject-III 9.Ugly Beauty 10.Paper Trail 11.TRT 12.Slow Movement 13.Vocalese


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