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The Unidentifiable

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blue Transport System; Trance Frame; Phantom Journey; Dark Sea Negative Charge; The Dimension; Loop; The Unidentifiable; Virgin Psych Space; Virgin Psych Space; Regeneration; New Heaven and New Earth.

Every Dog Has His Day But It Doesn't Matter Because Fat Cat Is Getting Fatter

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: The Forest Council; Thelonious Forever; Magic World Pt. 1 – Study; Magic World Pt. 2 – Work; Magic World Pt. 3 – Life; CD 2: Sir Denis; Business With William; Lesson II.

Morph

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Reckoning - Blue Threads; Reckoning; Dice; Thick; Helix; Steps; Morph; Firmament. CD2: Pacific Noir - Noir 1; Noir 2; Take the Wild Train; To Planet Earth; Epiphany; Pulse Morph; Space Trance; Noir 3; Noir 4.

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Matthew Shipp: The Unidentifiable

Read "The Unidentifiable" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

We can talk about a Bud Powell school of the piano trio, or a Bill Evans school of the piano trio, but maybe it is time to start talking about Mathew Shipp's trio school, with bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Newman Taylor Baker. Shipp has been around the jazz scene for three decades. He has developed ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthew Shipp Trio: The Unidentifiable

Read "The Unidentifiable" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

With each successive project, the prolific Matthew Shipp takes the art form to seemingly unstainable heights and then persists in pushing the bar further along. Shipp began his recording career with a trio project, Circular Temple (Quinton Records, 1992) featuring William Parker and Whit Dickey, two artists that have retained close professional ties to the pianist/composer. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Okuden Quartet: Mat Walerian/Matthew Shipp/William Parker/Hamid Drake: Every Dog Has His Day But It Doesn't Matter Because Fat Cat Is Getting Fatter

Read "Every Dog Has His Day But It Doesn't Matter Because Fat Cat Is Getting Fatter" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

A student of eastern philosophy and Japanese culture, reed player/composer Mat Walerian coined the Okuden series name from a Japanese word meaning “inner teachings." Walerian had studied piano at six and taught himself saxophone while in his teens. He expanded his self-taught regime to include clarinet and flute in 2008-9. Walerian has sporadically taken lessons from ...

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Whit Dickey: Morph

Read "Morph" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Two players on Morph, Matthew Shipp and Nate Wooley, hardly need an introduction to those who venture into free jazz or experimental waters. But the leader, free jazz drummer Whit Dickey, is more of an enigma. Though prolific, his credits are more often in a supporting role. Dickey has been working with Shipp for nearly four ...

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Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / William Parker / Bobby Kapp: Ineffable Joy

Read "Ineffable Joy" reviewed by John Sharpe

It can be hard not to reach for words like 'transcendent' when listening to Brazilian saxophonist Ivo Perelman. He balances his love of the upper registers with an unsentimental lyricism which is difficult to resist. For his ESP debut, Perelman reconvenes the trusted line-up from Heptagon (Leo, 2017) of long-standing associate pianist Matthew Shipp, bassist William ...

Signature

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2019
Track listing: Signature; Deep to Deep; Flying Saucer; Snap; The Way; Stage Ten; Speech of Form; Zo #2; New Z; This Matrix.

New Improvised Music from Buenos Aires

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2019
Track listing: Improvisation On Graphic Score; Primer Jugo Bovino; Amable Amanecer; Relámpagos I; Che”; Relámpagos II" Duquesa; La Playa Pequeña; Solo Piano Improvisation; 18:18”; Relámpagos III" Duquesa; La Puerta R; Improvisation 0681; Plaza y la vía; Transición.


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