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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New albums from Taubenhouse, Carney, Lewis, and Booth and more!

Read "New albums from Taubenhouse, Carney, Lewis, and Booth and more!" reviewed by Bob Osborne


All recent releases this time around with the third volume in the Moments In Trio series from Yaniv Taubenhouse leading the way. There is also free improvisation mixed with modal jazz from Zane Carney, as well as the stunning new album from James Brandon Lewis. Original music and a unique ensemble sound that pushes at the ...

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Article: Album Review

Ron Miles: Rainbow Sign

Read "Rainbow Sign" reviewed by Paul Rauch


Denver-based cornetist Ron Miles seemed to turn an important creative corner with the release of his last album, I Am a Man (Yellowbird, 2017). With a stellar band in tow, he seemed to have gathered the elements to produce something very original. This was not an easy task, considering the ardent individuality represented by the session's ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Your Antidote to Obsessively Melancholy Music!

Read "Your Antidote to Obsessively Melancholy Music!" reviewed by Marc Cohn


Gifts & Messages is here to rescue you from depressing news and to cure what ails you! After a rollicking opening segment from Hank Crawford, Vanessa Rodrigues, Brice Winston and Leslie Odom Jr., we continue to celebrate Sonny Rollins -his first recordings with the Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet. Then, it's the always sublime Stephane Grappelli, this ...

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Article: Album Review

Jeff "Siege" Siegel Quartet: London Live

Read "London Live" reviewed by Troy Dostert


An enticing record from four under-recognized jazz veterans, Jeff “Siege" Siegel's London Live features drummer Siegel and his long-standing partners pianist Francesca Tanksley and tenor saxophonist Erica Lindsay, plus new addition bassist Uli Langthaler, for eight expansive, well-played tracks that combine healthy respect for the jazz tradition with a hint of an adventurous edge.

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International Jazz Composers' Symposium - May 18-20 at University Of South Florida - School Of Music in Tampa

International Jazz Composers' Symposium - May 18-20 at University Of South Florida - School Of Music in Tampa

Featuring: Billy Childs (and his Quartet) John Hollenbeck (with the Claudia Quintet) Christine Jensen Chuck Owen (with his Jazz Surge) Rufus Reid Maria Schneider Ryan Truesdell Special Appearances by: Randy Brecker Gregoire Maret Vision Talks by Music Industry ...

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Ingrid Laubrock e il Questionario di Proust

Read "Ingrid Laubrock e il Questionario di Proust" reviewed by Paolo Peviani


Ingrid Laubrock è una sassofonista tedesca, attualmente residente a New York. Ha ricevuto numerosi riconoscimenti a livello internazionale, tra cui nel 2004 il BBC Jazz Award for Innovation e nel 2015 il Rising Star per la categoria sax soprano nel Downbeat Annual Critics Poll. Tra le sue collaborazioni, ricordiamo Anthony Braxton, Dave Douglas, Tom Rainey, ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Poker di Michael Jefry Stevens

Read "Poker di Michael Jefry Stevens" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Il pianista, compositore, teorico e didatta Michael Jefry Stevens ha impresso il proprio significativo contributo al jazz contemporaneo attraverso un lavoro che dura da circa quarant'anni, associato a un ampio ventaglio di musicisti e a formazioni di grande interesse, tra cui Mosaic Sextet e Liquid Time con Dave Douglas, The Fonda/Stevens Group con Joe Fonda, Conference ...

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Article: Album Review

Yosvany Terry: Yosvany Terry: New Throned King

Read "Yosvany Terry: New Throned King" reviewed by Steve Bryant


Yosvany Terry is part of the new wave of young Cuban players who have come to these shores during the last decade and established a solid presence based on their artistry and virtuosity. What has distinguished Terry from his counterparts, however, is that while most of the Cubans are either pianists or drummers, his instruments of ...

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Article: Album Review

Douglas Detrick’s Anywhen Ensemble: The Bright and Rushing World

Read "The Bright and Rushing World" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Go ahead, ask the question, “But is it jazz?" Douglas Detrick's Anywhen Ensemble presents the ten movement suite, The Bright and Rushing World, a continuous piece of music, commissioned by Chamber Music America. So maybe it isn't jazz. Detrick's ensemble contains a jazz drummer Ryan Biesack, who can be heard on Pieces (OA2 Records, ...


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