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Article: Live Review

Jyderup Accordeon Traef 2015: Meeting of the Master Improvisers

Read "Jyderup Accordeon Traef  2015: Meeting of the Master Improvisers" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Jyderup Accordeon Traef Jyderup, Denmark June 14-21, 2015 Where do you find some of the greatest improvisers in music today? The answer, in a folk high school in the middle of a forest near a small Danish town called Jyderup, seems like a bad joke. Nevertheless, it is the truth ...


Article: Interview

George Cartwright: Barrier Islands Bird

Read "George Cartwright: Barrier Islands Bird" reviewed by Gordon Marshall

George Cartwright can't be forgotten. The triple sax threat is part of the archaeology of modern New York. The downtown scene, just like New Orleans or 52 Street, has its mythology, and, as much as John Zorn, Cartwright figures in that, having come to the city fresh out of The Creative Music Studio in Woodstock, New ...


Article: Multiple Reviews

Rag, Saddle and All: Curlew and George Cartwright / Davu Seru

Read "Rag, Saddle and All: Curlew and George Cartwright / Davu Seru" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Saxophonist and composer George Cartwright might not be an oft-repeated name in creative improvised music, but he should garner a weighted whistle whenever he does crop up. Raised in Mississippi and now calling Minneapolis home, Cartwright was co-leader of the seminal New York post-RIO/squirrely downtown jazz ensemble Curlew, alongside cellist Tom Cora, throughout the 1980s and ...


The Ghostly Bee

Label: JJ-Tracks
Released: 2005



Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Playing Along/ Something Tall and Cool (for Stefan Harde)/ When We Jammed with El Rushbo/ What a Waste of Succotash/ Magic Wind (for HPB)/ The Untitled Ballad of the Ballad that Wouldn


Article: Album Review

Davey Williams & John Corbett: Humdinger

Read "Humdinger" reviewed by Derek Taylor

There’s an old saying about glass houses and stones that seems apropos of a critical finger pointed toward the growing musical folio of John Corbett. As a music critic who can play nary a lick who am I to launch arrows from a quiver of complaint at what seems like a body of work based predominately ...


Texas Was Delicious

Label: Ecstatic Peace!
Released: 1999


Charmed, I'm Sure

Label: Ecstatic Peace!
Released: 1997


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