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Eva Novoa

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Novoa / Gress / Gray Trio, Vol. 1

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2025
Track listing: Rocket Man; Miss Celebrity; Sushi At 6; Indigo Blue; Lapsus; The Drama Of The Stolen Bouquet.

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James Brandon Lewis, Federico Ughi, Matthew Shipp & Fall Raye

Read "James Brandon Lewis, Federico Ughi, Matthew Shipp & Fall Raye" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


There are a lot of superlatives for the playing of saxophonist James Brandon Lewis floating about these days, and they're all well-deserved. JBL continues to make great music. His new Transfiguration with his quartet of Aruan Ortiz, Brad Jones & Chad Taylor--out on the Intakt label from Switzerland---keeps the momentum rolling. Mark this one down for ...

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Eva Novoa: Novoa / Gress / Gray Trio, Vol. 1

Read "Novoa / Gress / Gray Trio, Vol. 1" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


A vivid sense of drama and its intrinsic, minute shadings of light upon dark places animate pianistEva Novoa's work. Barcelona bred and keening with Brooklyn bravura, Novoa swaps the fore and backgrounds with uncompromised glee. Expressionistic, Impressionistic, and forthright, she aligns and upsets the edges to her liking. That, along with the crackling, crosstown chi of ...

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Joseph Daley, Michal Aftyka, Les McCann & Larry Roland

Read "Joseph Daley, Michal Aftyka, Les McCann & Larry Roland" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The tuba is not a horn that you'll hear that often in a typical jazz ensemble, but when you do, it's memorable. Joseph Daley is one of the noted masters of that instruments, with a career that has seen him playing with artists from Anthony Braxton to Carla Bley to Jane Cortez to the Liberation Music ...

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New Music From Ches Smith, Eva Novoa, Arve Henriksen & Harmen Fraanj, And More

Read "New Music From Ches Smith, Eva Novoa, Arve Henriksen & Harmen Fraanj, And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show we feature new music from Ches Smith, Eva Novoa, Arve Henriksen & Harmen Fraanj, Matthieu Bordenave, Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters, Ewart Asplund Ricks Trio , Christoph Gallio Day & Taxi, Recabarren Menares Vazquez, Ken Vandermark's Edition Redux, Drazek Fuscaldo Drake Aoki Jones & Abrams, and a recording from the 1960s from Michael ...

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Favourite Releases of 2023

Read "Favourite Releases of 2023" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


For a show that doesn't turn to tradition very often, there is one on One Man's Jazz: the first show of a new year features the host's favourite releases of the outgoing year. 2023 was an excellent year for new albums--post-pandemic inspiration perhaps? Regardless, big props are due to the artists who create this music and ...

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Lake/Landaeus/Osgood, Lisa Hoppe, & Aruan Ortiz

Read "Lake/Landaeus/Osgood, Lisa Hoppe, & Aruan Ortiz" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


With master saxophonist Oliver Lake not playing these days, hearing some new music from him is a treat. Back in 2017, in Lund, Sweden, he came together with Danish drummer Kresten Osgood and Swedish pianist Mathias Landaeus to create some memorable moments. Though each had worked with the others in the past, this was the first ...

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Sexmob, Alexander Hawkins, Allen Lowe & Tim Berne

Read "Sexmob, Alexander Hawkins, Allen Lowe & Tim Berne" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


So much new music to explore. The always interesting Sex Mob debuts The Hard Way, Tim Berne hooks up with Hank Roberts and Aurora Nealand, saxophonist and composer and historian Allen Lowe has two new ones, there's a pair from Australia, a trio led by pianist Helen Svoboda and the group Tripataka, English pianist Alexander Hawkins' ...

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Ingrid Laubrock, Mario Costa, Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / Jeff Cosgrove

Read "Ingrid Laubrock, Mario Costa, Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / Jeff Cosgrove" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This show is the 1,300th edition of One Man's Jazz since it debuted back in May 1999 one sunny Saturday afternoon in the studios of CKUW FM in Winnipeg. How the content has changed since then! More avant-garde, more international players, more intense, but still a joy to put together. Ordinarily I would have done some ...


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