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Article: Profile

The Blue Notes and the Brotherhood of Breath - Marching to a Different Drum

Read "The Blue Notes and the Brotherhood of Breath - Marching to a Different Drum" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Early one August morning in 1964, seven people crossed the border by train passing from South Africa into Mozambique. It was an unusual group of people--five black men, one white man and one white woman. Any “mixing of the races" was, of course, immediately suspicious in apartheid South Africa. The six men--Louis Moholo, Chris McGregor, Dudu ...


Article: Live Review

WOMAD 2016

Read "WOMAD 2016" reviewed by Martin Longley

WOMAD 2016 Charlton Park Malmesbury England July 28-31, 2016 In 2015, half of the WOMAD festival's long weekend suffered a deluge of rain, the strength of its music having to do battle with a general spiritual soddenness. This year's edition thankfully featured uniformly pleasant conditions, with ...


News: Festival

Brilliant Corners Lights Up Belfast Jazz Panorama

Brilliant Corners Lights Up Belfast Jazz Panorama

Brilliant news for jny: Belfast jazz lovers! Brilliant Corners, the city’s jazz festival is back for its eagerly anticipated second edition from March 26th to 29th and it promises to be an absolute cracker. Local musicians of the highest caliber will highlight the strength of the Irish jazz scene while international acts attest to the pulling ...


Article: Extended Analysis

Zoe Rahman: Kindred Spirits

Read "Zoe Rahman: Kindred Spirits" reviewed by Chris May

Zoe RahmanKindred SpiritsManushi Records2012 Holy soul food, Batman! It feels good to listen to a musician who plays from the heart rather than the brain. Not that British pianist Zoe Rahman is deficient in the grey stuff or technique. She studied music at Oxford University, the Royal ...


Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Richard Lewis

Read "Take Five With Richard Lewis" reviewed by Richard Lewis

Meet Richard Lewis: “Classically trained under minimalist composer Brian Wilshere and by turns jazz drummer, folk guitarist and composer of scores, [Richard Lewis] has created a perfect synthesis of his various influences and experiences. His album, Untitled is a small marvel, full of hidden treasures, for which he summons not only flighty bursts of ...


Article: Reassessing

John and Beverley Martyn: The Road To Ruin

Read "John and Beverley Martyn: The Road To Ruin" reviewed by Chris May

John and Beverley MartynThe Road To RuinUniversal/Island2005 (1970) The posthumous release of guitarist/vocalist/songwriter John Martyn's Heaven And Earth (Hole In The Rain, 2011)--the basic tracks extensively overdubbed, though not edited, by producers Garry Pollitt and Jim Tullio following Martyn's death in 2009--is welcome. Compositionally, it is not ...


Article: Extended Analysis

Sun Ra Arkestra: Sunrise In Different Dimensions

Read "Sun Ra Arkestra: Sunrise In Different Dimensions" reviewed by Chris May

Sun Ra ArkestraSunrise In Different DimensionshatOLOGY2010 (1980) Sun Ra's discography is so vast, and its entry points so varied, that the late pianist and bandleader means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For most, Ra is probably best known for orchestral performances of ...



Label: Scandia
Released: 2009

Article: Album Review

Danny Thompson - Allan Holdsworth - John Stevens: Propensity

Read "Propensity" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La Art of Life del volonteroso Paul G. Kohler continua nella sua attività discografica tesa soprattutto a riportare alla luce registrazioni di molti anni fa. Vecchie cose uscite solo su vinile negli anni sessanta e settanta, ormai non più rintracciabili oppure, come in questo caso, registrazioni mai pubblicate, rimaste nei cassetti di una etichetta discografica che ...


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