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ECM Records Releases Michael Formanek's "The Distance"

ECM Records Releases Michael Formanek's "The Distance"

Michael Formanek Ensemble Kolossus is: Loren Stillman (alto saxophone); Oscar Noriega (alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet); Chris Speed (tenor sax, clarinet); Brian Settles (tenor sax, flute); Tim Berne (baritone sax); Dave Ballou, Ralph Alessi, Shane Endsley (trumpets); Kirk Knuffke (cornet); Alan Ferber, Jacob Garchik, Ben Gerstein (trombones); Jeff Nelson (bass trombone, contrabass trombone); Patricia Brennan (Marimba), ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

RelativE ResonancE: RelativE ResonancE

Read "RelativE ResonancE" reviewed by Dave Wayne

The music of drummer and composer Devin Gray traverses terrains that will be familiar to those who've investigated artists such as Tyshawn Sorey and Steve Lehman. As complex and highly structured as Gray's music can be, there's a palpable human warmth throughout Relative Resonance which makes the music--in spite of its ultra-busy, highly demanding nature--kind of ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Vinterjazz Copenhagen: Carsten Dahl Trio w/ Reuben Rogers and Greg Hutchinson at Jazzhus Montmartre

Read "Vinterjazz Copenhagen: Carsten Dahl Trio w/ Reuben Rogers and Greg Hutchinson at Jazzhus Montmartre" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Carsten Dahl Trio w/ Reuben Rogers Vinterjazz 2014 Jazzhus Montmartre Copenhagen, Denmark February 20-21, 2014 Vinterjazz Vinterjazz has the same setup as the Jazzfestival Copenhagen in the summer. It is spread over the whole city but on a smaller scale. During the ten days in February ...

Uri Caine: Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue

Read "Uri Caine: Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

What is to become of the Great American Songbook, that cultural document that served as scripture to the jazz community for the better part of the Twentieth Century? Today, what we think of as jazz has flown so far and wide that it's definition encompasses everything from Craig Taborn's Chants to Robert Glasper's Black Radio and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Hristo Vitchev and Liubomir Krastev: Rhodopa

Read "Rhodopa" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Bulganin modern jazz guitarist Hristo Vitchev resides in the Bay Area and alternates between a variety of jazz formations. On Rhodopa, which is a mountainous region in Bulgaria (named after the character from the Greek mythology known also as Hera, sister of Zeus) he teams with clarinetist Liubomir Krastev who shares with him Bulgarian roots on ...


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