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Tribute to Paradise

Label: Drimala Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: From the Beginning; Anodyne; Circle of Life.

No Work Today: Nine for Steve Lacy

Label: Drimala Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: No Work Today; Prospectus; Which Way; Not Good; Mr. Ioso

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Hassay & Ellen Christi: Tribute to Paradise

Read "Tribute to Paradise" reviewed by Ty Cumbie

Jazz artists who adhere strictly to a free improvising agenda are generally doomed to sacrifice wider recognition. Here are two perfect examples: Ellen Christi is among the finest jazz vocalists in New York. She's made a lovely, intimate duo recording with Gary Hassay, a saxophonist who has all the technique of his best contemporaries, plus a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Giardullo: No Work Today: Nine for Steve Lacy

Read "No Work Today: Nine for Steve Lacy" reviewed by John Eyles

To record an album dedicated to another musician--especially one as recently dead and as revered as Steve Lacy--is a risky business. The risk is greater if it is also an album of unaccompanied playing. If you're too reverential, you may be accused of cashing in and/or plagiarism; if you're too individualistic, you may be accused of ...

BassX3

Label: Drimala Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Nummer Sieben, Gross und Klein, Small Birds/DreiHolz, BassX3, Blue Mint, Red, Yeah Mbira, Slowliness In Green And Yellow

Let Them Pass (laissez-passer)

Label: Drimala Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Let Them Pass One (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 2. Let Them Pass Two (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 3. Let Them Pass Three (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 4. Let Them Pass Four (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 5. Let Them Pass Five (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 6. Let Them Pass Six (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward) 7. Let Them Pass Seven (M. Bisio, J. Giardullo, J. Heward)

Rules of Engagement Vol.2

Label: Drimala Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Nexus; Sunday Improvisations 1; Sunday Coda; Birmingham Sunday; Monologue; Sunday Improvisations 2; Amazing Grace; While My Lady Sleeps; Coming Forth; Solo Sax; Solo Bass.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dominic Duval and Joe McPhee: Rules of Engagement Vol.2

Read "Rules of Engagement Vol.2" reviewed by Trevor MacLaren

Rules of Engagement Vol. 2 is the first recording by this duo in roughly five years. Though they often play together, it is still a rare treat to get a collaborative disc out of them. Dominic Duval makes a great choice for his second volume in the Rules of Engagement series by choosing a familiar player ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Heward Trio: Let Them Pass (laissez-passer)

Read "Let Them Pass (laissez-passer)" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

In the case of any abstract interpretation of human experience, it is not necessary to get--or even know--the author's point of view in order to assail it at any level. In the case of Let Them Pass (laissez-passer), the first recording by the John Heward Trio, it does help to be aware of the collective spur ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gebhard Ullmann: BassX3

Read "BassX3" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

BassX3, reedman Gebhard Ullmann's exploration of soundscapes dwelling in the lower end of the sonic spectrum, huffs in on on a low tone, a bass flute rumination joined shortly by the elastic sound of a bowed bass.Two basses--Chris Dahlgren (Jazz Mandolin Project), and Peter Herbert, internationally known for his film and dance scores--join Ullmann, ...


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