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Dewey Redman

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Dewey Redman - tenor saxophone (1931 - 2006) Texas-born jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman crossed the United States as a freelance musician during the early-to-mid 1960s before finding success within New York City's avant-garde jazz community. This success was founded by his membership in the Ornette Coleman Quartet, a group he was a part of from 1967-74. A child of the Depression era, Redman might have stayed the safe and secure course of his early career as an educator in his native Forth Worth, but he chose instead to seek his fortune in the jazz clubs of Manhattan. From Texas, Redman migrated westward to California where he honed his craft before moving to New York

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New York Is Now & Love Call Revisited

Label: Ezz-thetics
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Garden Of Souls; Toy Dance; We Now Interrupt For A Commercial; Broad Way Blues; Round Trip; Airborne; Love Call; Open To The Public; Check Out Time.

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Article: Book Excerpts

JD Allen: Just Keep Going

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The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1, “JD Allen: Just Keep Going" from Philip Freeman's Ugly Beauty: Jazz in The 21st Century (ZerO Books, 2022). Queens, New York seems purposely designed to confuse travelers. It's January 2, 2020, a brisk but sunny day, and I'm to meet saxophonist JD Allen at Samurai ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five with Tobin Mueller

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Meet Tobin Mueller Connecticut-based composer, arranger, playwright and pianist Tobin Mueller has just released his 35th album: Prestidigitation, drawing on a long career of innovation and artistry. Mueller's compositions range from Jazz Fusion to Progressive Rock, Broadway musicals to Old-School Funk, Classical ballet to video games. His jazz ensemble recordings have featured legendary bassist Ron Carter, ...

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Dewey Redman B-Day, Mingus with electric guitars, Mary Halverson with strings and Kevin Eubanks with Orrin Evans

Read "Dewey Redman B-Day, Mingus with electric guitars, Mary Halverson with strings and Kevin Eubanks with Orrin Evans" reviewed by David Brown


Charles Mingus with electric guitars, Mary Halvorson with strings and Kevin Eubanks with Orrin Evans. Birthday tributes to Dewey Redman and Fats Waller, plus new releases from David Murray and Ingrid Laubrock. Playlist Thelonious Monk “Epistrophy (Theme)" from Live at the It Club Complete (Columbia) 00:30 Fats Waller “Vipers Drag" from If You Got To Ask, ...

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Article: Live Review

Joshua Redman: A MoodSwing Reunion at Hill Auditorium

Read "Joshua Redman: A MoodSwing Reunion at Hill Auditorium" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


A MoodSwing Reunion Hill Auditorium University Musical Society's Jazz Series Ann Arbor, Michigan April 21, 2022 Back in the '80s and '90s, all the big record labels were pouring boat loads of cash into a younger generation of jazz wannabes that eventually became known as the Young Lions. In hindsight, ...

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Article: Album Review

Ornette Coleman: New York Is Now & Love Call Revisited

Read "New York Is Now & Love Call Revisited" reviewed by Mark Corroto


These sessions, the last two Ornette Coleman would record for Blue Note Records, in April and May of 1968, are generally remembered for the rhythm section. Was it Coleman or producer Francis Wolff that invited John Coltrane's former sidemen, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones to record? Was this a scheme to draw the Coltrane ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Solos & Duets: Dave Rimpus, Sylvie Courvoisier & Mary Halvorson, Mingus and more

Read "Solos & Duets: Dave Rimpus, Sylvie Courvoisier & Mary Halvorson, Mingus and more" reviewed by David Brown


In a duo performance, musicians become instrumental equals. The interchange of ideas and flow of music is like a conversation. And for the artist who performs solo, there is no place to hide. Today, we present a smorgasbord of solo and duo performances from Coleman Hawkins to Colin Stetson, Sylvie Courvoisier & Mary Halvorson to Duke ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Brand New Releases

Read "Brand New Releases" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week new albums from Enrique Peña, Gary Eastman, Shawn Maxwell and Philippe Côté with Marc Copland. Also, continuing my look at the recent releases by Craig Taborn and The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra with their suites inspired by Dewey Redman and Anthony Braxton.Playlist Enrique Peña “Gris" from Intersticios (ears&eyes) 00:00 The Scottish National ...

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Article: Film Review

Motian In Motion

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Paul Motian Motian In Motion Aquapio Films 2021 There could have been no more apt title for film maker Michael Patrick Kelly's documentary film on drummer, Paul Motian (1931-2011), who buzzes about his New York business—in and out of taxis on the way to and from gigs or the recording studio—with ...


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