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Music for a Free World

Label: FMR-Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Music for a Free World; Tensiana; TB; Well; Calm Pose; Bill.

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Dave Sewelson: Music for a Free World

Read "Music for a Free World" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


This is baritone saxophonist Dave Sewelson's (William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, Microscopic Septet) first recording as a leader since the 1979 release, Synchro-incity for the TFYM record label. Indeed, that's a long stretch, but Sewelson seems to be busy collaborating with others, and is a veteran of New York City's bleeding-edge downtown scene. On ...

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OUTgoing

Label: FMR-Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: OUTgoing; Liverpool Station; Kingsland Road; Gillett Square; Stoke Newington.

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Francois Carrier: OUTgoing

Read "OUTgoing" reviewed by Budd Kopman


In the realm of Western music, the role of the performer has been rather circumscribed. In Classical music, the composer is king and the range of “allowed" expression rather limited. For most of its history, jazz performers relied on tunes as the basis for their improvisations, and thus, the composer (or tunesmith) was still ...

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Something Quiet

Label: FMR-Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Waterway; Dolphin Dance; October Song; Going Away; Still Wayters; Sideways; Lifeline.

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Bob Gluck: Something Quiet

Read "Something Quiet" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Thoroughly explaining the Julliard-trained Bob Gluck would be an exhaustive analysis. An accomplished composer of electronic music, a Rabbi, an educator and historical writer, he ventured deeper into jazz with Sideways (FMR Records 2008). Only Gluck himself remains from that recording's trio, a customary piano trio configuration but with Gluck's various synthesizers included. Something Quiet presents ...


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