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Article: Multiple Reviews

Contemporary Records 70th: Barney Kessel and Hampton Hawes on vinyl

Read "Contemporary Records 70th: Barney Kessel and Hampton Hawes on vinyl" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Almost a century ago, times were different and folks with the gumption to forge their own paths were more likely to make a mark on history. When you think of the documentation of jazz, names like John Hammond, Francis Wolff, and Ahmet Ertegun were integral to spreading the word of America's unique art form. Far less ...

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News: Event

South Jersey Jazz Society Announces Lineup for the Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience Set for November 3-6 in Somers Point, NJ

South Jersey Jazz Society Announces Lineup for the Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience Set for November 3-6 in Somers Point, NJ

South Jersey Jazz Society presents a Celebration of Life and Legacy of the great jazz guitarist Pat Martino at this year’s Jazz @ the Point Festival, which runs from November 3 through 6 at Gateway Playhouse and Gregory's Restaurant in Somers Point, New Jersey. Artists performing at the festival include influential musicians and jazz icons who ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Tony Williams and Al Foster: Give The Drummers Some

Read "Tony Williams and Al Foster: Give The Drummers Some" reviewed by Doug Collette


Are drummers the most colorful members of the jazz community? Certainly as the keepers of the beat, the bands in which they play rotate around them, whether they are at center stage or off to the side in performance or behind baffles right alongside them in the studio. And the assertive and authoritative likes of such ...

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Article: Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Bordeaux Concert

Read "Bordeaux Concert" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Like so much of his renowned canon—including Köln Concert, Bremen-Lausanne, La Scala, A Multitude of Angels (ECM, 1975, 1973, 1997, 2016)— Bordeaux Concert feels like it has always been there. In the air, in the heart, in the quiet turnings of a world at large. Just waiting for one to encounter it and come to the ...

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Article: Album Review

Jon Balke: Siwan: Hafla

Read "Siwan: Hafla" reviewed by David Bruggink


A large appeal of ECM Records has always been its encouragement of cross-cultural collaboration. Across countries and genres, listeners and critics alike have reveled in records from Codona (1979) to Le Pas du Chat Noir (2001), Chants, Hymns and Dances (2004) and Arco Iris (2011).  There is joy in seeing musicians from diverse backgrounds come together to have their compositions treated with ...

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South Jersey Jazz Society Announces Dates for the Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience

South Jersey Jazz Society Announces Dates for the Pat Martino Celebration of Life Experience

Complete Lineup Will be Announced in the Near Future South Jersey Jazz Society presents a Celebration of Life and Legacy of the great jazz guitarist Pat Martino at this year’s Jazz @ the Point Festival, which runs from November 3 through 6 at various venues in Somers Point, New Jersey. Artists performing at the festival include ...

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Article: Film Review

HARGROVE

Read "HARGROVE" reviewed by Bridget A. Arnwine


Roy Hargrove HARGROVE Poplife Productions 2022 When trumpeter Roy Hargrove passed away in November 2018, after enduring a longstanding battle with kidney disease, friends and fans of the jazz wunderkind mourned what could have been almost as much as they celebrated what was. He was, for many, an accessible bridge to ...

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Article: Album Review

Larry Goldings/Peter Bernstein/Bill Stewart: Perpetual Pendulum

Read "Perpetual Pendulum" reviewed by Doug Collette


Keyboardist Larry Goldings, guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Bill Stewart have some history. It extends back to performing in clubs in the late Eighties and then, via decidedly circuitous routes, recording together as a threesome in the Nineties. It's a confluence of circumstance and talent that would continue through the three's appearances on a pair of ...

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Article: Album Review

Oded Tzur: Isabela

Read "Isabela" reviewed by David Bruggink


Saxophonist Oded Tzur burst onto the jazz scene in 2012 with a remarkable approach to his instrument that drew upon his studies with Hariprasad Chaurasia, a master of Hindustani Classical music. Joining pianist Shai Maestro, bassist Petros Klampanis, and drummer Ziv Ravitz, he formed a New York-based quartet that began performing locally and ultimately released a ...

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Article: Album Review

Tord Gustavsen Trio: Opening

Read "Opening" reviewed by David Bruggink


After 2018's stellar The Other Side, Tord Gustavsen again graces listeners with a trio format. On this outing, ecologically-minded double bassist Sigurd Hole is replaced by ECM newcomer Steinar Raknes. A prolific recording artist with everything from dusky alt-country and americana to post-bop and free jazz to his name, Raknes introduces new flavors to the trio's palette. Gustavsen, ...


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