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Cosmonauts

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Conquering; #stronglion; Look Ahead; Cosmonauts; B.E.C.; Just Before; The Heppicola Aftermath; What For; F0; Nessun Dorma.

Album

Stories

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: La Serena; Something for Kenny; But I Had to Say Goodbye; Ma'of; Ha'omnam; After the Morning; A Redoblar; Melodious Funk.

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Lennie Tristano: Duo Sessions

Lennie Tristano: Duo Sessions

In 1968, pianist Lennie Tristano stopped touring. Traveling had become too much for him and he preferred to focus on teaching. During this period, he recorded with students in his home studio at his loft apartment at 317 East 32nd Street. The tapes of three of Tristano's students appear with him on an album called The ...

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Roni Ben-Hur: Stories

Read "Stories" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Guitarist Roni Ben-Hur, originally from Israel, has absorbed a lot of different cultures and styles into his music. That is reflected on this CD in the variety of music played here: straight ahead jazz as well as Latin and Middle Eastern folk melodies. Mexican singer Magos Herrera brings a sense of husky passion to ...

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Roni Ben-Hur: Stories

Read "Stories" reviewed by John Chacona


Guitarist Roni Ben-Hur is an old soul. Uninterested in ostentation, the Israeli-born guitarist has been content to release a series of warm-hearted recordings that favor partnership over pomposity. Half his 12 leader dates have been duets or are co-credited. Stories isn't one of them, but it might as well be. This is an ensemble recording, patient ...

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PLS.trio: Cosmonauts

Read "Cosmonauts" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Those in need of more elbow room, air space and humor may take quite a liking to the exploratory ventures found within the binary code of PLS.trio's multi-musics mashing Cosmonauts, available from Dot Time Records. It can be said we've heard this approach before, and we could compare it to this group or that ...

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PLS.trio: Cosmonauts

Read "Cosmonauts" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Five years passed between the debut release from PLS.trio and this follow-up. East River (Echo Chamber) was one of the best albums of 2015 and elevated the piano trio format in a way that had not been heard since the Esbjorn Svensson Trio first made their mark. The COVID-19 virus kept PLS.trio off the stage, and ...

Album

Quintet Session

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mr. Biko; Balzwaltz; The Latin One; Rue Gregoire Du Tour; Here’s That Rainy Day; Toku Do; Rue Gregoire Du Tour (rehearsal); Balzwaltz (alternate take).

Album

All Wandering Hearts

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Make It Flood; The Way Home; I Would Die 4 U; Overdrive Mind; What a Wonderful World; Gold; Sugar Spun Girl; Rock Bottom; Lullabye; Send Me on My Way.

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Chet Baker / Wolfgang Lackerschmid: Quintet Session

Read "Quintet Session" reviewed by Chris May


Quintet Session is the second of two albums the trumpeter Chet Baker recorded in Stuttgart, Germany with the vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid in 1979. It was originally released as Chet Baker / Wolfgang Lackerschmid (Sandra Music, 1980). The combination worked well on the first session, which produced the lovely Ballads For Two (Sandra Music, 1979), and almost ...


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