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Craig Taborn Trio: Columbus, Ohio April 27, 2013

Read "Craig Taborn Trio: Columbus, Ohio April 27, 2013" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Craig Taborn TrioWexner Center For The ArtsColumbus, OhioApril 27, 2013Traveling to support the release of Chants (ECM, 2013), pianist Craig Taborn's Trio, with bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Gerald Cleaver, made an appearance at The Ohio State University's Wexner Center for The Arts. As label head/producer Manfred Eicher's artists are want ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Craig Taborn Trio: Chants

Read "Chants" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Craig Taborn's first ECM Records release under his own name, Avenging Angel (2011), garnered well-deserved praise as a worthy entry into the German label's long line of solo piano recordings by stellar artists such as Paul Bley, Chick Corea and, of course, Keith Jarrett. With Chants, a piano trio outing, Taborn will be held up ...

Craig Taborn: Chants

Read "Craig Taborn: Chants" reviewed by John Kelman

While he's been making himself a ubiquitous presence on the jazz scene for the past two decades--playing with everyone from saxophonists Tim Berne, David Binney and Chris Potter (on the equally stellar The Sublime And (Thirsty Ear, 2003), Graylen Epicenter (Mythology, 2011) and The Sirens (ECM, 2013), respectively), to bassists Michael Formanek and Scott Colley (whose ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Craig Taborn Trio: Light Made Lighter

Read "Light Made Lighter" reviewed by AAJ Staff

The title of this trio disc by Craig Taborn may summon up all kinds of ideas, but the one that definitely doesn't fit is lightweight. This is serious, creative, challenging music. Taborn built his reputation through a series of records dating back to '93 with James Carter's groups. Now Carter may be an experimentalist of sorts ...


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