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Article: Interview

Medeski, Martin and Wood: A Retro Phenomenon for the New Millenium

Read "Medeski, Martin and Wood: A Retro Phenomenon for the New Millenium" reviewed by Mike Brannon

From the 1995-2003 archive: This article first appeared at All About Jazz in April 1999. No, they're not a law firm, and though they're not yet a household word either, MMW is a trio of formidable sonic integrity and groove. 'Fronted' by Hammond B-3 organist John Medeski, the trio has been described as everything ...


Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Akos Forgacs

Read "Take Five with Akos Forgacs" reviewed by Akos Forgacs

Meet Akos Forgacs Akos Forgacs is a jny: New York City based electric bassist. Raised in Serbia and attended the local performing arts high as the very first electric bassist they accepted. Here he was awarded the many awards included an award at the national string chamber orchestra competition where he played the lead bass guitar. ...


Article: Album Review

Riccardo Fassi: Tankio Band Meets Fabio Morgera

Read "Tankio Band Meets Fabio Morgera" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Una degli organici più longevi d'Italia (34 anni di vita!) incontra Fabio Morgera, trombettista nato a Napoli, toscano d'adozione e maturato artisticamente a New York, dove ha vissuto per qualche decennio. La storia della Tankio Band è costellata di collaborazioni con illustri ospiti -da Steve Grossman a Enrico Rava, da Antonello Salis a Dave Fiuczynski--in progetti ...


Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam!

Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2016
Track listing: Loon-Y Tunes; Dance of the UiraPuru; Flam; Q&A Solitaire; Oiseaux JDillique; Gagaku Chord Candy; Waldstimmen; Uira Happy Jam; Organ Wren; Loon-Ly Solitaire.


Article: Album Review

Dave Fiuczynski: Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam!

Read "Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam!" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Simultaneously dedicated to 20th century classical composer Olivier Messiaen and legendary rap and hip-hop producer J Dilla, Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam! is a musical adventurer's dream and a purist's nightmare. But anything more conventional from conceptualist, composer and guitarist David Fiuczynski would probably be disappointing--after all, he's the “Fuze" who lit the raging bonfire of the ...


Article: Album Review

The Jack DeJohnette Group: Live at Yoshi's 2010

Read "Live at Yoshi's 2010" reviewed by John Kelman

In the text file accompanying his digital download-only Live at Yoshi's 2010, Jack DeJohnette is quoted, ..."Each piece is different every time we play it." Fans of this veteran drummer--for whom a precise count of all the artists he's worked with (let alone all the recordings he's appeared on) would be an exercise in futility--would have ...


News: Performance / Tour

Review: Dave Fiuczynski at the Baked Potato

As the Baked Potato steams toward its massive 40th anniversary jazz festival next weekend, there was something perfect about East Coast guitarist Dave Fiuczynski's performance Thursday night. Revered as a home for musicians' musicians and those who love them, the Baked Potato is a cramped, warm little clubhouse hugging the 101 Freeway between Studio City and ...


Article: Album Review

Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Power Plant

Read "Seabrook Power Plant" reviewed by Stuart Broomer

Seabrook Power Plant seems like a plausible name for a (sometime) power trio that features two brothers named Seabrook, guitarist-banjoist Brandon and drummer Jared (bassist Tom Blancarte is the third member), but one's sense of the band changes with the knowledge that there's a controversial nuclear power station in Seabrook, New Hampshire that bears the same ...


Article: Live From New York

April 2009

Read "April 2009" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Edward SimonEd Simon TrioVillage VanguardNew York City March 1, 2009In any circumstance, it would be worth hitting the Village Vanguard to hear Edward Simon (Mar. 1st), one of the most gifted pianists of our day. But the presence of guest saxophonist Mark Turner--back in undiminished form after a ...


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