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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Whit Dickey Quartet, Yells At Eels & Fabian Dudek

Read "Whit Dickey Quartet,  Yells At Eels & Fabian Dudek" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

There's a full load of great music in this episode of One Man's Jazz. It opens with a continuation of my recognition of trumpeter Dennis Gonzalez who passed away last month. The focus is on his powerful trio, Yells At Eels, with his two sons, Aaron and Stefan. There's a good chunk of new stuff from ...


You Can Know Where The Bombs Fell

Label: Neither/nor Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Heels Rise; These Are The Gateways; Where Mushrooms Grow; Epoch; Where the Bombs Fell; The Blood Of All Nature; Made Visible.


Article: Album Review

Flin van Hemmen: You Can Know Where The Bombs Fell

Read "You Can Know Where The Bombs Fell" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The Dutch-born guitarist turned drummer turned pianist turned studio sound engineer Flin van Hemmen follows Casting Spells & The Coves (Neither/nor Records, 2019) with You Can Know Where The Bombs Fell, another artifact of his post production and processing of recorded sound. He makes use of samples from the Casting Spells sessions, but unlike that release, ...


Casting Spells & The Coves

Label: Neither/nor Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Casting Spells: Lusores; The Weather Meadows I; Strange Attractions; St Jozef (for Ollie); Ecumenical; Stilleven; What’s Lurking in Your Systems; Clouds Are Not Spheres; Linedancing; My Echo ; The Weather Meadows II; The Coves: Where’s The Theatre; Paradise Cove; Now You Hear It, Now You Don’t; Baai; Casting Spells; Waving; The Magic Show; Parameters; The Womb; Vagaries; Come On Man, it’s Harvest Time.


Article: Album Review

Flin van Hemmen: Casting Spells & The Coves

Read "Casting Spells & The Coves" reviewed by Mark Corroto

If you live in the US you might have seen a television commercial for a mortgage company that utilizes Bob Dylan's composition “The Man In Me." Did the advertising firm choose this song because music gives us a sense of a shared experience? Certainly. Was the experience from the original Dylan recording New Morning (Columbia, 1977), ...

Article: My Favourite Things

Eliot Cardinaux

Read "Eliot Cardinaux" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

Il tratto principale della mia musica Mi piace danzare sul bordo. Sento che se nella mia musica manca questo, faccio fatica a guardare i due lati negli occhi, e metterli in discussione equamente. La qualità che desidero nei musicisti che suonano con me Mi piacciono i musicisti che non smettono mai ...


Article: Live Review

Undead Music Festival, Greenwich Village Edition: New York, NY, May 9, 2012

Read "Undead Music Festival, Greenwich Village Edition: New York, NY, May 9, 2012" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Undead Music FestivalGreenwich Village EditionKenny's Castways, Sullivan Hall and Le Poisson RougeNew York, NYMay 9th, 2012Despite its constant and ambitious expansion into other geographic and spatial situations, the Undead Music Festival (formally the Undead Jazz Festival, a change that says more than a bit about the nature of the ...


Article: Live Review

Dutch Jazz & World Meeting 2010: December 1-3, 2010

Read "Dutch Jazz & World Meeting 2010: December 1-3, 2010" reviewed by John Kelman

Dutch Jazz & World MeetingAmsterdam, The NetherlandsDecember 1-3, 2010 As difficult as it can sometimes be to appreciate how far jazz has evolved since making its first infant steps in the United States at the beginning of the 20th Century, it's equally remarkable to consider the scene in Europe. Beginning as a relative ...


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