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Celebration

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: A Former Dialogue; Hot Sunflowers; The Good Life; Twister; Stringfever; Blues For Crelier; Nickelsdorf Glow; Celebration; Song For Johnny—In Memory of Johnny Dyani.

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Irene Schweizer / Hamid Drake: Celebration

Read "Celebration" reviewed by Troy Dostert


If John Coltrane was the dominant figure behind the rise of Impulse Records in the 1960s, and Wayne Shorter played a similar role for Blue Note in the same decade, one could argue that pianist Irène Schweizer has placed her stamp upon Intakt Records. Certainly the Swiss avant-garde label has embraced that relationship, as aside from ...

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Irene Schweizer / Hamid Drake: Celebration

Read "Celebration" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Celebration is a walloping storm of free jazz, rolling in on a hard-hitting percussion mode. Pianist Irene Schweizer holds down the piano chair, Hamid Drake is behind the drum kit. The pair has played and recorded together often. The opener, “A Former Dialogue," introduces us to a drum thunder and a splattering of fat piano-crafted raindrops. ...

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Charles Lloyd & the Marvels + Lucinda Williams: Vanished Gardens

Read "Vanished Gardens" reviewed by Luca Muchetti


Un incanto di album. La chitarra tesa, dai richiami folk e sognante è quella inconfondibile del maestro Bill Frisell, il sassofono è quello lirico di Charles Lloyd, il musicista che dal quartetto anni Sessanta con Keith Jarrett passò ai Celebration al fianco dei Beach Boys per poi tornare al jazz negli anni Ottanta e Novanta dopo ...

Album

Celebration

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012

Album

Celebration

Label: Chicken Coup Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: CD1: Daddy Oh; Aglio e Olio; Indonesian Nights; Happy Sergio; Unresolved; You Rock My World (Asako); Just Give Thanks and Praise; Bull Years; Ninety Five; It's Been So Nice To Be With You; I'll Remember Jimmy; Called Love; To Be Continued. CD2: Acid Wash; Backward Shack; Ya Bay BEE; Ashleen; Katarina's Prayer; Pasta Faggioli; Takin' My Time; Blues for T; Rudy and the Fox; Slow Down Sagg; Just Give Thanks and Praise.

Article: Album Review

Arild Andersen & Scottish National Jazz Orchestra: Celebration

Read "Celebration" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Arild Andersen è certamente uno dei più noti bassisti europei e questo eccellente Celebration non fa altro che rinnovare il suo profondo legame con l'etichetta ECM di Manfred Eicher. Legame che era iniziato nel 1970 con i leggendari primi album del saxofonista Jan Garbarek e del chitarrista Terje Rypdal. Album che lanciarono, allo stesso tempo, la ...

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Tony Monaco: Celebration

Read "Celebration" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


If organists Shirley Scott and Jimmy Smith had formed some sort of a musical union, the offspring would no doubt have been Tony Monaco. Manifesting the melodicism of the former, the orchestral sensibilities of the latter and virtuosity of both, Monaco has become one of the most versatile and dazzling performers on the Hammond B3.

Album

Celebration

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1 MAY DANCE (Dave Holland) 06:26 2 MOLDE CANTICLE, PART 1 (Jan Garbarek) 08:51 3 CRYSTAL SILENCE (Chick Corea) 10:04 4 ULRIKAS DANS (Trygve Seim) 11:14 5 INDEPENDENCY, PART 4 (Arild Andersen) 16:59 6 MY SONG (Keith Jarrett) 08:08

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Video

Celebration

Featuring the music of Maya Homburger and Barry Guy
Duration: 5:10

Maya Homburger and Barry Guy: MAYA HOMBURGER baroque violin; BARRY GUY double bass. "Celebration" for Violin and Bass Improvisation by Barry Guy. Recorded at Jazzclub Moods, Zurich, March 15, 2007

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