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Rich in Symbols II

Label: Justin Time Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Slopes of Sainte-Tite-Des-Caps; Snow Clouds; The Jack Pine; Tree Trunk; North Shore, Lake Superior; House of Yprès; The Front of Winter.


Article: Album Review

Chet Doxas: Rich in Symbols II

Read "Rich in Symbols II" reviewed by Troy Dostert

One of Chet Doxas' more distinctive projects, Rich in Symbols (Ropeadope, 2017), involved the saxophonist/clarinetist engaging the 1980s art movement of New York's Lower East Side, composing pieces that reflected his deep interactions with some of those iconic paintings. Now he has done the same with artists from his native Canada: specifically, the Group of Seven, ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Zoh Amba, Janel Leppin, & Roberto Ottaviano and Alexander Hawkins

Read "Zoh Amba, Janel Leppin, & Roberto Ottaviano and Alexander Hawkins" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Free jazz saxophonist Zoh Amba has had much attention focused on her in a fairly short time, and a new album with drummer Francisco Mela will keep those spotlights firmly in place. There's also a track from her debut, Oh Sun!. Cellist Janel Leppin leads a great band on her new Ensemble Volcanic Ash, while Chicago ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

An Eclectic Mix With Six Brand New Albums

Read "An Eclectic Mix With Six Brand New Albums" reviewed by Bob Osborne

On this show we present an eclectic mix with six brand new albums. There is music from Rich Ruth, Eunhye Jeong, Chet Doxas, Jeff Denson with Romain Pilon and Brian Blade, Marshall Gilkes, Steve Lehman and Sélébéyone, and Michael Formanek.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Rich Ruth “Taken Back" from I Survived, It's Over (Third Man ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Meditations on Crime, Miles Okazaki, Kurt Elling, Maggie Jean Martin

Read "Meditations on Crime, Miles Okazaki, Kurt Elling, Maggie Jean Martin" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

A mystery project bearing the DNA of the late Hal Willner and Sun Ra, a project inspired by the poetry of that same Herman Poole Blount, tributes to Carla Bley and Lars Gullin, saxophonists on the rise, and a teenage sensation.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" ...


Article: Album Review

Caleb Wheeler Curtis: Heatmap

Read "Heatmap" reviewed by Paul Rauch

It is mostly troublesome to make blanket assertions about jazz and the musicians that facilitate the art form. Such assertions are subjective at best, yet it would not seem unreasonable to assert that Caleb Wheeler Curtis is one of the more interesting alto saxophonists to emerge since 2000. His playing has a radiant, vocal quality to ...


Article: Six Picks

2021’s Overlooked and Underrated Gems

Read "2021’s Overlooked and Underrated Gems" reviewed by Pat Youngspiel

Giovanni Guidi Ojos De Gato CAM Jazz 2021 In a year where saxophone roots-revivalist James Brandon Lewis made headlines everywhere --topping multiple year end lists for his collaboration with the Red Lily quartet on Jesup Wagon (among numerous placements in jazz publications around the globe for that album and ...


You Can't Take It With You

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2021
Track listing: You Can't Take It With You; Lodestar(for Lester Young); Part of a Memory; Cheryl and George; Twelve Foot Blues; The Last Pier; Soapbox; Up There in the Woods; All the Roads; View from a Bird.


Ain't No Storm

Label: Imani / 88 Keys Productions
Released: 2021
Track listing: La Tortuga; Day 3; Torrential; The Importance of Abstraction; Ain't No Storm; The Others; Failure is an Option; A Cautionary Tale in Two Parts; That Which Cannit Be Replaced; Dystopia; Portrait


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