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Systema Munditotius, vol. 1

Label: 5049 Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: I, II, III, IV, V, VI.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeremiah Cymerman: Systema Munditotius, vol. 1

Read "Systema Munditotius, vol. 1" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Musician, composer, producer, Jeremiah Cymerman may have created the soundtrack to our current circumstance. Not that his project Systema Munditotius, vol. 1 was conceived and produced after the discovery of the CoronaVirus in 2019, but that it may have prophesied this pandemic. This project centers around a diagram psychiatrist Carl Jung created in 1916. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thollem McDonas: Meeting At The Parting Place

Read "Meeting At The Parting Place" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Coming at improvisational music from the classical realm, pianist Thollem McDonas remains resolutely outside of the main stream of the jazz world. Primarily inspired by, as he puts it in his liner notes to Meeting at the Parting Place, ..."European concert music from the Renaissance to the 20th Century and jazz, particularly of the '60s and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Thollem McDonas: The Beauty of Never Going Back Home

Read "Thollem McDonas: The Beauty of Never Going Back Home" reviewed by Dave Wayne

What is often forgotten about improvised music is that it can come from anywhere. Though its history is inextricably intertwined with jazz, improvisation is part and parcel of a myriad of musical cultures. Pianist and composer Thollem McDonas is not just aware of this fact, it is part of his daily existence. About 10 years ago, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Undead Jazz Festival: Day 2, June 24, 2011

Read "Undead Jazz Festival: Day 2, June 24, 2011" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Undead Jazz FestivalNew York, New YorkJune 23-26, 2011 Sometimes a great idea just begs to be used again. The first performance of Search and Restore's “round-robin style" improvisation cycle last December proved its worth went beyond novelty. ...

Games are the Enemies of Truth, Beauty, and Sleep

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Released: 2000
Track listing: There 18 unnamed tracks.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian Chase and David Remmick: Games are the Enemies of Truth, Beauty, and Sleep

Read "Games are the Enemies of Truth, Beauty, and Sleep" reviewed by Micah Holmquist

One of the elements that makes the music known as the “avant-garde" or “free jazz" is the frequently long length of tracks. A cut that goes on for 10 minutes is not especially long in these styles but would be an epic piece if it were country, pop, rap, rock, etc. The situation becomes even more ...


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