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DARKLY AGAIN

Label: Ictus Records
Released: 2020

DARKLY

Label: Ictus Records
Released: 2020

Fruits Of Solitude

Label: ezz-thetics
Released: 2020
Track listing: Fruits of Solitude II; Martians Don't Go Home Anymore; For Max; Untitled; Garden with Blue Terrace; Salut Solal; Fruits of Solitude I; Finger Snapper; Leopard Lady; Fruits of Solitude III; Yellow Tango.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Franz Koglmann Septet: Fruits Of Solitude

Read "Fruits Of Solitude" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Franz Koglmann must be a connoisseur of vinification, i.e. winemaking, because his Fruits Of Solitude has the feel of a master vintner at work. Specifically, wine blends like Super Tuscans or Côtes du Rhônes mark his amalgam of European chamber music and American jazz. Koglmann is a true polymath in that he hears all and rejects ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Works For Me, Tower Jazz Composers Orchestra, Eunhye Jeong and William Parker

Read "Works For Me, Tower Jazz Composers Orchestra, Eunhye Jeong and William Parker" reviewed by Bob Osborne

Their are four featured albums on this show Works for Me --a new group of musicians put together by Marc Free at Posi-tone records kicks off that labels output for the new year/decade in fine form. The Tower Jazz Composers Orchestra, The TJCO has been the natural evolution of two previous didactic ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Franz Koglmann / Steve Lacy: Flaps

Read "Flaps" reviewed by Mark Corroto

A bit of surface noise on the reissue of 1973's Flaps--originally issued by Franz Koglmann's Pipe Records--can be easily excused. This long out- of-print collectors vinyl has been made available by Black Monk Records, and we can now rejoice. Steve Lacy went to Vienna and made this somewhat strange recording with the then relatively ...

g(ood)luck

Label: Cracked Anegg
Released: 2016
Track listing: Blues all’alba; Der Jüngling; Lavoking; Done Mari; Early Graves; L’Eclisse Twist; A Metropolitan Affair; Sweet Ardor; Summernight; What Thou Lovest Well; I AM a German Girl.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ed Neumeister: Suite Ellington

Read "Suite Ellington" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

A complete summary of trombonist Ed Neumeister's musical career would date back to his pre-school years. Initially a regular fixture on the San Francisco circuit, he later immersed himself in the New York jazz scene dividing almost thirty-five years between the Duke Ellington Orchestra and the Mel Lewis Big Band. His additional experiences with classical orchestras ...


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