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Nathan Hubbard / Skeleton Key Orchestra: Furiously Dreaming

Read "Furiously Dreaming" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Sprawling. Massive. Unapologetically ambitious. All over the musical map. But, somehow, not excessive. Furiously Dreaming is a two-CD set by percussionist / composer / musical visionary Nathan Hubbard and his 50-member (for this recording) Skeleton Key Orchestra. The leader or co-leader of a dozen or so different small ensembles playing everything from modern jazz to contemporary ...

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Kronomorfic: Entangled

Read "Entangled" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Forti di una solidissima formazione musicale, i due leader David Borgo e Paul Pellegrin hanno messo la loro volatile espressività al servizio di un progetto estremamente stratificato sul piano ritmico e timbrico. È soprattutto il batterista ad imprimere il proprio stile all'identità di Entangled. Il policentrismo ritmico del suo drumming persegue irregolari sviluppi ...

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Jason Robinson Janus Ensemble: San Diego, CA, June 2, 2011

Read "Jason Robinson Janus Ensemble: San Diego, CA, June 2, 2011" reviewed by Robert Bush

Jason Robinson Janus EnsembleDizzy'sSan Diego, CA June 2, 2011 Saxophonist/composer Jason Robinson--whose dual release of The Two Faces Of Janus (Cuneiform, 2010), and Cerulean Landscape (Clean Feed, 2010), put him on the map of wider recognition--finally made his impending departure from San Diego official with this farewell concert, held at ...

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David Borgo, with and Against, 1998

David Borgo, with and Against, 1998

I've been covering David Borgo's music on these pages with a number of postings (do a search in the search box to find the others). That's because I find him one of the important West Coast voices today, as tenor-soprano stylist and as composer-conceptualist. If I retrace steps today to go back to one of his ...

Kronomorfic: Micro Temporal Infundibula

Read "Kronomorfic: Micro Temporal Infundibula" reviewed by Robert Bush

KronomorficMicro Temporal InfundibulapfMentum2011 Kronomorfic, based in Southern California, is a group of virtuoso improvisers, all blending their individual talents toward a greater ensemble aesthetic. Co-led by Los Angeles drummer/hand percussionist Paul Pellegrin and San Diego saxophonist David Borgo, Kronomorfic synthesizes the ancient with the future--using very complex ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Jeff Kaiser / Kronomorphic / Keneally-Minnemann-Beller: San Diego, March 11, 2011

Read "Jeff Kaiser / Kronomorphic / Keneally-Minnemann-Beller: San Diego, March 11, 2011" reviewed by Robert Bush

Jeff Kaiser / Kronomorphic / Keneally/Minnemann/BellerPorter's Pub, UCSDSan Diego, CAMarch 11, 2011 The Friday, March 11 show at Porter's Pub, organized by UCSD promoter Brian Ross, was a wild, kaleidoscopic affair. Featuring two Southern California-based creative improvising exponents with a rock-fusion headliner represented a certain degree of risk: would the ...

Ubuntu

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Released: 2006
Track listing: 1. Nkosi sikelel’ Africa (Enoch Sontonga) - 6:41; 2. Eli’s song (Harry Miller) - 4:13; 3. Tsidi (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 6:13; 4. Which Way (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 7:50; 5. Blues for a hip king (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 4:48; 6. Black lightning (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 4:54; 7. Msunduza (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 3:09; 8. Dedication (Winston Ngozi) - 8:09; 9. Gwidza (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 6:02; 10. Letter to South Africa (Curtis Clark) - 8:43; 11. Tintinyana (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 6:19; 12. The wedding (Abdullah Ibrahim) - 2:40

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David Borgo: Ubuntu

Read "Ubuntu" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

E’ cresciuto David Borgo. Avevamo lasciato il giovane sassofonista e ricercatore del Maryland con un album un po’ anonimo, in bilico tra post-Bop e Fusion, sia pur d’autore (Massanetta Spring, edito dalla Circumvention Music nel 2003) e oggi lo ritroviamo alle prese con un vero e proprio “concept-album”, pieno di frutti gustosi e saporiti. Al centro ...

Reverence for Uncertainty

Label: Circumvention Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Sum-Thing from No-Thing (3:51), On The Five (11:04), Sync (6:31), Oddity (12:23), Tenochtitlan (6:55), In the Land of In-Between (4:59), Conversations with the Not-Self (3:21), Miko (7:42), Swarm (2:03), Cosmology (3:44), Reverence for Uncertainty (4:00), Rivers of Consciousness (2:50), Beantown Bounce (2:30)


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