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Roberto "Zizzi" Zanetti, Orrin Evans, and Michael Formanek

Read "Roberto "Zizzi" Zanetti, Orrin Evans, and Michael Formanek" reviewed by Bob Osborne


From Verona, Italy Roberto “Zizzi" Zanetti takes us on a trip through the jazz of the Roaring Twenties paying homage to the music innovators who flourished during the social and political problems of the Prohibition Era. Orrin Evans raises the temperature with live recordings from his large ensemble The Captain Black Big Band and Michael Formanek ...

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Article: Album Review

Marilyn Lerner / Ken Filiano / Lou Grassi: Live At Edgefest

Read "Live At Edgefest" reviewed by John Sharpe


Three stalwarts of the improvised music scene combine to persuasive effect on the limited edition LP Live At Edgefest. An excellent sound allows Canadian pianist Marilyn Lerner and the NYC-based pairing of bassist Ken Filiano and drummer Lou Grassi to be heard as part of a truly egalitarian collective. A strong group dynamic is evident straight ...

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Love and Ghosts

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2014
Track listing:
CD A–Marseille:
Love and Ghosts; Without a Name; Aquilo; Seven Years In; Massalia.
CD B–Besançon:
The Green City; Bisanz; Comté; Castle #2; Les Flaneurs.

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Article: Album Review

Farmers by Nature: Love and Ghosts

Read "Love and Ghosts" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Ecco un sodalizio che gli appassionati della libera improvvisazione afro-americana non possono permettersi di ignorare. Il doppio CD riporta infatti due esibizioni dal vivo (a Marsiglia il 27 giugno 2011, a Besançon il giorno dopo) del trio paritario Farmers by Nature, composto da protagonisti assoluti di questo genere. Nei dieci brani, prevalentemente lunghi, vengono ...

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Article: Album Review

Joe Morris / William Parker / Gerald Cleaver: Altitude

Read "Altitude" reviewed by John Sharpe


Guitarist Joe Morris is on a roll. Hardly a month goes by without a new release featuring the Boston-based musician. Of course, he doubled his chances by adding acoustic bass to his armory alongside his six-stringed axe. It's the latter he wields on this trio date featuring bassist William Parker and drummer Gerald Cleaver, captured at ...

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Article: Live Review

Vision Festival, NYC, Days 6-7: June 16-17, 2012

Read "Vision Festival, NYC, Days 6-7: June 16-17, 2012" reviewed by John Sharpe


Days 1-2 | Days 3-5 | Days 6-717th Annual Vision FestivalRouletteBrooklyn, NYJune 16-17, 2012 Chapter Index June 16: Steve Swell Quintet / Trio 3 / Jason Kao Hwang Burning Bridge June 17: Ingrid Laubrock's Anti-House / Burnt Sugar Holy Ghost & Fire / Rob Brown/Daniel ...

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Article: Live Review

Vision Festival, Days 1-2: June 11-12, 2012

Read "Vision Festival, Days 1-2: June 11-12,  2012" reviewed by John Sharpe


Days 1-2 | Days 3-5 | Days 6-717th Annual Vision FestivalRouletteBrooklyn, NYJune 11-17, 2012For the 17th annual Vision Festival, organizer Patricia Nicholson Parker and her team had assembled one of strongest lineups in many years. Alongside many luminaries of the New York free jazz firmament, including accomplished working bands ...

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Article: Album Review

Pascal Niggenkemper: Upcoming Hurricane

Read "Upcoming Hurricane" reviewed by John Sharpe


Since German/French bassist Pascal Niggenkemper moved to New York in 2005 he has become increasingly prominent on the contemporary scene. Alliances with Thomas Heberer’s Clarino on Klippe (Clean Feed, 2011), Joe Hertenstein’s HNH (Clean Feed, 2010), the cooperative polylemma (Red Toucan, 2011), and Jean Carla Rodea’s Azares, with whom he appeared at the 2010 Vision Festival, ...

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Out Of This World’s Distortions

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2011
Track listing: For Fred Anderson; Tait's Traced Traits; Out Of This World's Distortions Grow Aspens and Other Beautiful Things; Sir Snacktray Speaks; Cutting's Gait; Mud, Mapped.


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