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Blood

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Breath Within the Bomb; Surge, Part 1; Surge, Part 2; Evolution; Declarations.

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Jason Kao Hwang & Burning Bridge: Blood

Read "Blood" reviewed by John Sharpe

As the follow-up to his Burning Bridge octet's eponymous debut (Innova, 2012), violinist Jason Kao Hwang has created another ambitious and wide-ranging work. As befits the title Blood, it constitutes a personal meditation on weighty subject matter, precipitated by a narrowly-avoided car accident which caused Hwang to consider the wartime experiences of his mother in China. ...

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Jason Kao Hwang - Burning Bridge: Blood

Read "Blood" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Violinist, composer Jason Kao Hwang and many of his band-mates are among the leading exponents of the new jazz, where disparate genres coalesce, often in seamless fashion to nurture our imaginative inclinations in such a way that standard idioms and classifications go by the wayside. And as the album title implicates, the underlying theme cascades into ...

Blood

Label: Chant Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Sympathicus; Blood; Dixie; Two Down (One To Go); Outcry; Big Tree; Left Alone.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Welf Dorr Unit: Blood

Read "Blood" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

NY-based, German saxophonist Welf Door pilots this exciting multinational quartet through hardcore jazz fusion, funk, and detours into the solar system via these impressive pieces, often executed with tenacity and forthright intentions. Essentially, the band packs a massive punch as they grind out a diverse track mix with plenty of flare-ups, embellished with progressive jazz lines ...

Blood

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Sitting in Some Train Watching the Tuscan Landscape Go Speeding Backward; Blood; Aby Kirly the War Hero; Calabria; Boss Shabbos; Klez Spiritual; Chasing Ivo Livi; Turkisher; In Search of Her Lullaby.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Naftule's Dream: Blood

Read "Blood" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Naftule's Dream è una delle formazioni storiche che hanno contribuito alla rinascita del klezmer agli inizi degli anni Novanta e dal primo album, del 1990, non ha mai smesso di evolvere stilisticamente, arricchendo progressivamente la radice ebraica con forme musicali diverse. Questo CD, il primo dopo quindici anni, ne documenta l'identità attuale, che vive di una ...

Blood

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Sitting In Some Train Watching The Tuscan Landscape Go Speeding Backward; Blood; Aby Kirly the War Hero; Calabria; Boss Shabbos; Klez Spiritual; Chasing Ivo Livi; Turkisher; In Search Of Her Lullaby.

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
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Naftule's Dream: Blood

Read "Blood" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Emerging from the ranks of the Boston area's Shirim Klezmer Orchestra, Naftule's Dream began with John Zorn's Tzadik Records when the label was young, offering up on the imprint Search for the Golden Dreydl (1997), Smash, Clap! (1998) and Job (2001). One thing about a large scale klezemer band--it offers up plenty of opportunity for madcap ...


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