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Article: Album Review

John Stowell & Dan Dean: Rain Painting

Read "Rain Painting" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Now here's a uniquely compelling set from two of the Pacific Northwest's great individualists on one of jazz's most stalwart imprints. Guitarist John Stowell and multi-hyphenate Dan Dean have each made their respective marks on many Origin dates in the past. The former's instruments have figured into more than 25 recordings there, from solo sets to ...

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Charles Pillow Large Ensemble: Electric Miles

Read "Electric Miles" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


The electric music Miles Davis recorded from 1969 and into the 1970s was a game-changing event in jazz, a steamy, mysterious, ever-evolving soup of improvisation, rock, funk and electronics that launched numerous careers and inspired subsequent generations of musicians across genres. Its influence shows in the numbers of players who have since studied, dissected and interpreted ...

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Article: Album Review

Eric Ineke: Let There Be Life, Love and Laughter

Read "Let There Be Life, Love and Laughter" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Eric Ineke is a long time drummer, residing in the Netherlands, who is one of a coterie of sidemen favored by American expatriate jazz musicians for their European gigs. This fine compilation of his work with nine of the great tenor saxophonists gives the listener a golden opportunity to listen to some of their best workouts ...

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Mehmet Ali Sanlikol & Whatsnext?: Resolution

Read "Resolution" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Turkish multi-instrumentalist, composer and ethnomusicologist Mehmet Ali Sanlikol has a wide variety of interests and clearly isn't afraid to think big. His second album, Resolution features two distinct ensembles: a 19-member jazz orchestra and a 12- member jazz combo. Each track, except for “A Dream in Nihavend" and the set closing “Love Theme from Ergenkon," features ...

Article: Live Review

Trio Da Paz al Teatro Franco Parenti di Milano

Read "Trio Da Paz al Teatro Franco Parenti di Milano" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi


Musica Jazz al Parenti Teatro Franco Parenti -Milano -06.03.2016 Riparte a Milano rassegna musicale che ha l'ambizione di incrociare i mondi dell'improvvisazione e del jazz. A cura di Gianni Gualberto Morelenbaum, Musica Jazz al Parenti intende quest'anno approfondire, come si legge nella presentazione dell'iniziativa, “la trasversalità che oggi caratterizza tali linguaggi." ...

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Article: Live Review

Celebrating Sun Ra at the Painted Bride Art Center

Read "Celebrating Sun Ra at the Painted Bride Art Center" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


The Warriors of the Wonderful Sound and the Sun Ra Centennial Arkestra The Painted Bride Art Center “Still the New Thing" Philadelphia, PA April 19, 2014 This concert concluded a tripartite series curated by saxophonist, band leader, and composer/arranger Bobby Zankel entitled “Still the New Thing" honoring three icons of ...

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Article: Profile

Mike Nock: Making Music Flow from the River Within

Read "Mike Nock: Making Music Flow from the River Within" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


It almost seems as if there's no other place on earth like it. New Zealand is truly breathtaking, with its diverse geography of mountains, beaches, green plains and forests forming a complex triptych where different strains of nature melt into a sublime scenario. And then there there's the water, the ever-flowing source of life, finding its ...

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Article: Interview

John Surman: From Boy Choirs to Big Horns

Read "John Surman: From Boy Choirs to Big Horns" reviewed by John Kelman


It's increasingly risky to be a musician on the road. When British saxophonist John Surman was traveling from his home in Oslo, Norway, to New York City in September, 2007 for a recording session, he almost lost his baritone saxophone to the airlines. “It is a nightmare traveling now," says Surman, “and hardly a tour goes ...


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