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Dave Sewelson

Dave was born in Oakland, California, in 1952. There was a half-size violin kept in the closet in case he wanted to be a concert violinist. He played trumpet at the age of nine, moving to baritone horn at the age of eleven, followed by a stint on drums until settling on electric bass at thirteen, adding upright bass to the mix until the switch to saxophone at the age of twenty-one. He has specialized in the baritone saxophone since the early seventies.

Sewelson arrived in New York City in the summer of 1977, settled in the East Village, played in many bands in the area including the 25 O'Clock Band, Jemeel Moondoc’s Jus Grew Orchestra, Noise R Us, Mofungo, Freedomland and Fast 'n Bulbous

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Louis Sclavis, David León, Roby Glod & Joy Guidry

Read "Louis Sclavis, David León, Roby Glod & Joy Guidry" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Reed players have taken over the house this week. The eminent clarinetist Louis Sclavis stars in an excellent quartet using music, text and spoken word to create a moody sonic landscape out of short stories, poems and aphorisms by French and African authors. Other European saxophonists heard are Luxembourg's Roby Glod in a familiar setting with ...

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Lesley Mok, M.E.B., Gebhard Ullmann & Andre Carvalho

Read "Lesley Mok, M.E.B., Gebhard Ullmann & Andre Carvalho" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This edition could be compared to a tasting menu at some hip London restaurant--a taste of this, a taste of that. Sampled this time around are new releases from Portuguese label Clean Feed guitarist Andre Carvalho and the Space Quartet), Italian band Mr. Noe, new English ensemble Uroboro, saxophonist Kevin Sun's The Depths Of Memory, German ...

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James Brandon Lewis, Clean Feed, and Tomasz Stanko

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This episode is packed with interesting new releases, starting with James Brandon Lewis and a new trio and a new label. You'll get a taste of several new albums from the latest batch from Clean Feed Records, as well as Rob Mazurek's Exploding Star Orchestra, Aussies Alister Spence at the piano with drummer Tony Buck (The ...

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Antti Lötjönen, Trevor Watts, & Adam Pieronczyk

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Last episode's theme of interesting bass playing continues into this show with a pair from France (Hubert Dupont & Olivier Lété, Per Zanussi from Norway, Andrew Schiller, and Finland's Antti Lötjönen, but there's plenty of saxophone action from the likes England's Alex Ward & Trevor Watts, Rick Countryman with Interstellar Nao Trio from Mexico, Ivo Perelman, ...

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Dave Sewelson, Simon Lucaciu Trio & Marc Ducret

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Aside from a few more tracks from my 2022 favourites list, there are some very interesting new releases sampled this time out: baritone saxophonist Dave Sewelson's The Gate, guitarist Marc Ducret tackling the compositions of Tim Berne, drummer Peter Bruun, free jazz trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and an adventurous young trio from Germany led by pianist Simon ...

Album

The Gate

Label: Mahakala Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: What's Left The Gate Where We Left It Another Time Slipping So Hum Paths

Album

Smooth FreeJazz

Label: Mahakala Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: Nature Boy; Song Moth; The Moment; Bill; Nature Boy (Radio Version).

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Article: In Pictures

Sons d'Hiver 2022, William Parker "Trail Of Tears - A Continuum 1492-2022"

Read "Sons d'Hiver 2022, William Parker "Trail Of Tears - A Continuum 1492-2022"" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti


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Weedie Braimah, Graham Costello, Cyrille-Parker-Rava & More

Read "Weedie Braimah, Graham Costello, Cyrille-Parker-Rava & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


In this set we focus on recent & upcoming albums and catch up on a number of 2021 gems that weren't featured with a special focus on Afro-centric projects.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme" 0:00 Young Pilgrims “Rufio" We're Young Pilgrims (Stoney Lane) 0:16 Host talks 5:48 Graham Costello “Impetu" Second Lives ...


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