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Dexter Gordon: Espace Cardin 1977

Read "Espace Cardin 1977" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Pur non aggiungendo nulla rispetto a quanto si è già ampiamente ascoltato di Dexter Gordon, Espace Cardin 1977 è un CD da tenere in considerazione per diverse ragioni. Ritroviamo l'allora cinquantacinquenne sassofonista ad un nuovo punto di svolta della sua già fulgida trentennale carriera, appena rilanciata dal contratto discografico con la Sony. Questo set parigino è ...

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Woody Shaw Quartet: Live in Bremen 1983

Read "Live in Bremen 1983" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Nei suoi tre anni di attività, il secondo quintetto di Woody Shaw ha lasciato tracce significative nel jazz grazie ad importanti dischi come United, Lotus Flower, The Time Is Right. In questo concerto tedesco del 1983 il quintetto diventa quartetto per l'assenza del trombonista Steve Turre, che si rivela un involontario volano di creatività per il ...

Espace Cardin 1977

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Sticky Wicket; A La Modal; Body and Soul; Antabus; Oleo; ‘Round Midnight.

Dexter Gordon Quartet Tokyo 1975

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Fried Bananas; Days of Wine and Roses; Misty; Jelly, Jelly, Jelly; Rhythm-a-Ning; Old Folks.

Tokyo 1981

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Rosewood; ‘Round Midnight; From Moment to Moment; Song of Songs; Theme for Maxine; Sweet Live of Mine.

Tokyo 1975

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Fried Bananas; Days of Wine and Roses; Misty; Jelly, Jelly, Jelly; Rhythm-a-Ning; Old Folks.

Live in Bremen 1983

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2018
Track listing:
CD 1:
You and the Night and the Music; Rahsaan’s Run; Eastern Joy Dance; Pressing The Issue; The Organ Grinder.
CD 2:
Katrina Ballerina; Diane; 400 Years Ago Tomorrow / The Theme; Sweet Love of Mine.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dexter Gordon Quartet: Espace Cardin 1977

Read "Espace Cardin 1977" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Dexter Gordon left us almost three decades ago, but his presence in 2018 has virtually brought him back to center stage. The release of his biography Sophisticated Giant: The Life and Legacy of Dexter Gordon (University of California Press) by his wife Maxine Gordon, and the previously unreleased Dexter Gordon Quartet Tokyo 1975 (Elemental Music) have ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dexter Gordon: Dexter Gordon Quartet Tokyo 1975

Read "Dexter Gordon Quartet Tokyo 1975" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Though in many regards a standard, none-too-frenetic quartet setting, Dexter Gordon Quartet Tokyo 1975 is still as grand a starting point for Elemental Music's inaugural launch of previously unreleased jazz performances as can be. Gordon found himself exuberantly liberated from the antiquated (and sadly all too present) prejudices of America during his fourteen-year expatriation ...

ARTICLE: JAZZ JOURNAL

Summer 2018

Read "Summer 2018" reviewed by Doug Collette

Jazz Journal is a regular column consisting of pithy takes on recent jazz releases of note as well as spotlights on those titles in the genre that might otherwise go unnoticed under the cultural radar. Fred Hersch Trio Heartsong Sunnyside Records 2018 The longer Fred Hersch plays, the ...


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