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Andy Milne: The reMission

Read "The reMission" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Ever hear a disc and wonder why the deep-seated beauty of some players' music escapes your radar? Juno Award-winning pianist and composer Andy Milne's The reMission, a challenging, tough, terse and ultimately triumphant recording, is one of those. One of those discs that, after several uninterrupted listens, has one digging into the discography scrambling to catch ...

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From Glen Hall and Gil Evans to Charles Lloyd to Martin Kuchen

Read "From Glen Hall and Gil Evans to Charles Lloyd to Martin Kuchen" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Saxophonistically speaking... this episode has an abundance of fine saxophonists lurking throughout, from Glen Hall (with Gil Evans in Gil's last project) to Frenchman Denis Guivarc'h with Hubert Dupont to Jake Wark with Chicago pianist Matt Piet. You want more? David Liebman in No Fast Food, the late Dewey Redman, Matt Nelson with Brandon Lopez, Brad ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rich Brown: Abeng

Read "Abeng" reviewed by Dave Wayne

In jazz, it's all about the company you keep. The press accompanying bass virtuoso Rich Brown's third album, Abeng, specifically calls out Roy Ayers and Weather Report as musical reference points. And while there's a breath of Ayers' silky R&B feel to the slinky “Promessa," and though Brown's use of his fretless electric bass as a ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Dapp Theory - Layers of Chance (2008)

By Mark Saleski Some people really have the wrong idea about jazz. They think that most of it falls into two very broad categories: traditional, where guys in suits play an introductory theme before taking turns soloing over the developed chord changes; and avant-garde, also known as “cats-on-piano" jazz, where everybody just plays whatever the hell ...

Layers Of Chance

Label: ObliqSound
Released: 2008
Track listing: After The Fact; Blackout; Bodybag For Martin; SOS; If You Count It; Layers Of Chance; Tracing The Page; Bird Calls; Three Duets; Monk Walks; Deja Vu.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dapp Theory: Layers Of Chance

Read "Layers Of Chance" reviewed by Martin Gladu

The Dapp's back!After a five years hiatus since the brilliant Y'all Just Don't Know (Concord, 2003), Dapp Theory returns with yet another stellar recording in Layers Of Chance.Anchored by ex-Steve Coleman acolyte Andy Milne and drum wiz Sean Rickman, the quintet now sports a few new faces in bassist Christopher Tordini, reedman ...

Y'all Just Don't Know

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2003
Track listing: Trickle Down; Neoparadeigma; In The Moment; Con Alma; Bermuda Triangle; Everywhere Dance; Patterns of Force; Only Clave; Bad Air; Why 2 K?; Lullaby.

Y

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2003
Track listing: Trickle Down; Neoparadeigma; In the Moment; Con Alma; Bermuda Triangle; Everywhere Dance; Patterns of Force; Only Clave; Bad Air; Why 2 K?; Lullaby.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dapp Theory: Y

Read "Y" reviewed by Rex  Butters

The fertile creative ground of M-Base continues to bear fruit with the release of longtime Steve Coleman keyboardist Andy Milne’s Dapp Theory. At a recent Ravi Coltrane gig, I mentioned to Milne how different his playing sounded from his work with Coleman. Surprised, he said, “Well, yeah, it’s a different music.” While Dapp Theory is a ...


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