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ARTICLE: PROFILE

Pete Brown: White Rooms & Imaginary Westerns, Part 1

Read "Pete Brown: White Rooms & Imaginary Westerns, Part 1" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Part 1 | Part 2 Poet, lyricist, rock musician, producer and scriptwriter—Pete Brown has covered a lot of bases in his six decades in music and literature. His career embodies that era that began with the Beatles' “Love Me Do" in October 1962 and ended in January 1969 with the band playing live on ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Instant Composers Pool al Teatro Garibaldi di Palermo. Organizzazione Curva Minore Contemporary Sounds 2019.

Read "Instant Composers Pool al Teatro Garibaldi di Palermo. Organizzazione Curva Minore Contemporary Sounds 2019." reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Instant Composers Pool Teatro Garibaldi Palermo 1/11/2019 Il tempo della memoria costituisce la chiave interpretativa di volta per valutare questo magnifico concerto dedicato a Misha Mengelberg, leader carismatico dell'Instant Composers Pool. Il commosso ricordo del geniale pianista, scomparso nel 2017, ha trasfigurato le consuete trame iconoclaste dell'ensemble olandese in pannelli swinganti ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Lotz and Alan Purves: Food Foragers

Read "Food Foragers" reviewed by Don Phipps

Somewhere there is a dense green forest. One can barely see through the foliage. Inside this forest is a meadow. There stands Mark Alban Lotz, surrounded by flutes of various sizes and shapes. Next to him is Alan Purves, encircled by an array of bizarre and ancient percussion instruments. Together, these two artists are creating odes ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anat Cohen: Claroscuro

Read "Claroscuro" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Art begets art on Anat Cohen's Claroscuro. The Israeli-born, New York-based multi-reedist leaves the confines of Benny Goodman's world behind, following her clarinet-only sojourn into king of swing territory, Clarinetwork: Live At The Village Vanguard (Anzic, 2010), with a wide-ranging musical treatise on the balance between light and dark. Cohen addresses each end of the color ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Christian McBride: Knocking on the Door

Read "Christian McBride:  Knocking on the Door" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar

Christian McBride was talking about the Grammy he received in October, 2011 for his big band album, The Good Feeling (Mack Avenue, 2011)--his first Grammy as a leader and third overall. While the bassist certainly appreciated getting the nod from his peers and from the Recording Academy, he said he gets just as much of a ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Ellis Marsalis, Henry Butler, Jonathan Batiste: New York, May 11, 2012

Read "Ellis Marsalis, Henry Butler, Jonathan Batiste:  New York, May 11, 2012" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar

Ellis Marsalis, Henry Butler, Jonathan BatisteNew Orleans Piano KingsJazz at Lincoln Center: Allen RoomNew York, NYMay 11, 2012“A young lion, a seasoned veteran, and an elder statesman"--that's how drummer Herlin Riley introduced the three stellar pianists featured in Jazz at Lincoln Center's “New Orleans Piano Kings": Jonathan Batiste, Henry ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Appleyard And The Jazz Giants: The Lost 1974 Sessions

Read "The Lost 1974 Sessions" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

While the aggregation of all-star jazz men featured on this previously unreleased, decades-old session may seem random at first glance, the great Benny Goodman is actually the musical tie that binds them all. In September of 1974, vibraphonist Peter Appleyard was part of a particularly strong Goodman sextet that appeared at Carnegie Hall. Appleyard had his ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Warren Chiasson: New York, January 31, 2012

Read "Warren Chiasson:  New York, January 31, 2012" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar

Warren Chiasson: A Tribute to George ShearingNew York Bahá'í Center, John Birks Gillespie AuditoriumNew York, NYJanuary 31, 2012 “Joy"--now, there's a word people don't always toss around loosely when talking about music. But it's the perfect word to describe how Warren Chiasson approaches the vibraphone--with great joy and with terrific mastery, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Barry Harris at the Village Vanguard

Read "Barry Harris at the Village Vanguard" reviewed by Bob Kenselaar

Barry HarrisVillage VanguardNew York, NYJanuary 15, 2012 Ambling in from the back of the room, Barry Harris introduced his trio to the crowd at the Village Vanguard as the musicians filed in ahead of him: Ray Drummond on bass, Leroy Williams on drums, and then he announced, with a wink, ...

ARTICLE: RACE AND JAZZ

BAM or JAZZ: Part Two!

Read "BAM or JAZZ: Part Two!" reviewed by Greg Thomas

Jazz, an art form given birth in the United States by descendents of the formerly enslaved, has a complicated relationship with race. Although race, as a popular idea, has no basis in biology, many people mentally adhere to the idea of dividing groups of people based on “race" as opposed to understanding how groups of people ...


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