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Eric Boeren

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Duo Baars-Buis: Moods For Roswell

Read "Moods For Roswell" reviewed by Mark Corroto


It is difficult to think of a better way of honoring the memory of trombonist Roswell Rudd than through the music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. Rudd (1935-2017), the eternal avant-gardist, maintained a firm foundation in the jazz tradition. Even when he was working in the New York Art Quartet or collaborating with Archie Shepp ...

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All Ellington

Label: De Platenbakkerij
Released: 2019
Track listing: Night Song; Strange Feeling; Sonnet For Sister Kate; (In My) Solitude; Zweet Zursday; Black And Tan Fantasy; Sophisticated Lady; Lament For Javanette; Sonnet In Search of a Moor; Mount Harissa.

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Article: Album Review

All Ellington: All Ellington

Read "All Ellington" reviewed by Mark Corroto


When Eric Boeren assembles a cast of musicians to play the music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn you know it won't be your father's Ellington. Well, unless your father is very, very hip. You probably already expect this, knowing Boeren has been a mainstay of the new Dutch swing for decades. With his All Ellington ...

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Article: Radio

Mike Reed's Flesh & Bone Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Mike Reed's compositions for Flesh & Bone are both deeply personal and brimming with hope. They represent his expressions of feeling about social unrest, racism and resurgent nationalism. On his eponymous album, the Chicago-based musician recollects harrowing memories of a confrontation with far-right protesters on a train journey with his band through Eastern Europe. For this ...

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Article: Radio

Doek Festival 2018 - This Is Our Music Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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"This Is Our Music": many sides of the flourishing Amsterdam improv scene were revealed at the 2018 Doek Festival, with well-known musicians and international guests. This event signalled the return of the Amsterdam-based collective Doek to its roots: personal projects by its individual core members. The result is a richly varied program including two nights at ...

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Article: Album Review

Twenty One 4Tet: Live At Zaal 100

Read "Live At Zaal 100" reviewed by Mark Corroto


I'm assuming that the Twenty One 4Tet recording Live At Zaal was conceived as a one-off deal, with Portuguese trumpeter Luís Vicente visiting Amsterdam-based players John Dikeman, Wilbert De Joode and Onno Govaert. This concert, from September 2015, finds Vicente combining his impressive craftsmanship with three like-minded players. Then again, it might be just ...

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News: Festival

Doek Meets Anthony Braxton's Tri-Centric

Doek Meets Anthony Braxton's Tri-Centric

Doek Festival 2015: Doek meets Tri-Centric 2-7 June 2015, Amsterdam @ Bimhuis, Zaal 100, Pianola Museum, Torpedo Theater, Het Perron Sparks will fly when ten top US musicians cross the Atlantic Ocean this June to work with ten of their Dutch counterparts. Six days full of intriguing music, where audiences get to know the work of ...

Album

Coconut

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2012

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Song For Tracy The Turtle

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Song For Tracy The Turtle; A Fuzzphony; Mr & Mrs People; Charmes; Free; Soft Nose; Memo; Memories Of You; Moon Inhabitants; Squirrel Feet/The Legend Of Bebop.


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