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Blaise Siwula, Vattel Cherry and Jeff Arnal: Expositions of Freedom...Now!

Read "Expositions of Freedom...Now!" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Under the unifying sobriquet of Expositions of Freedom...Now! the trio of Blaise Siwula, Vattel Cherry and Jeff Arnal is an aggregate that seizes the process of spontaneous composition as its central fuel source. Siwula and Cherry's association hearkens back half a decade to where the two met in a Cecil Taylor large ensemble. The saxophonist has ...

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Leave Me

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Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 5:00

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High And Outside

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: My Melancholy Baby; Smog Eyes; Leave Me; Orinithology; A Ghost of A Chance; April; Marionette; Sax of a Kind; High and Outside.

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PausaLive

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Sculptured; traffic.tactic; Homeage; Second the Motian; What Are the 39 Steps?; Vampires; Tracheal Rubric.

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Buffalo Jazz Octet: PausaLive

Read "PausaLive" reviewed by Patrick Keyes


The Buffalo Jazz Octet, a group of veteran musicians culled from the strong jazz community in jny: Buffalo, NY, offers a boldly realized collective voice that sings of a wide-open future on PausaLive. PausaLive both reinforces and obliterates notions of jazz as a convenient label. The writing is beguiling, the musicians contribute top-notch inside ...

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Timely

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2015

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The Eric Plaks Five

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2015

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Timely

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Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2015
Duration: 08:23

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Continue

Label: Cadence Jazz Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Continue, part one; Continue, part two, Continue, part three; Continue, epilogue; Kiryat Moshe; Revadim (Furrows); Subway Sundays; Boui’s Elegy.

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Ehran Elisha Ensemble: Continue

Read "Continue" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The title of the Israeli-American drummer Ehran Elisha new ensemble album suggests his approach to music and improvisation. Inspired by the approach of Miles Davis, its art, aesthetics, compositional and improvisational tools never rest, simply continue forward. Always enriching the creative process, whether within formal compositions, free improvisations solo performances or with new musicians. ...


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