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Hear and Know

Label: FWM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Hear and Know; The Sibylline Fragrance; Colours; After Satie; Komodo Dragon; If Truth Be Known; Slow News Day.

Album

Kindred

Label: FWM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Kindred; Zeus' Dream; Le Primitif; Mike Battles the Hydra; By Sea; Sleepwalking; Spring; All Most Blues; The Old Times; Satori No Mado; Solstice; 4SL.

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Mike Nock / Laurenz Pike: Kindred

Read "Kindred" reviewed by John Kelman


Despite the lack of major label support--or, perhaps, as a result of it--jazz appears to be in a strange period of ascendancy, where the number of people playing it seems diametric to the industry support it receives. New Zealand-born Mike Nock should know; since relocating to Sydney, Australia in the mid-1980s--after spending a quarter century in ...

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Mike Nock Trio Plus: Hear and Know

Read "Hear and Know" reviewed by John Kelman


It's an admirable objective to push the musical envelope, but it's unrealistic to expect artists of longevity to make each and every record a major milestone. What goes a longer way for those with careers measured in decades is consistency. New Zealand-born/Australia-based pianist Mike Nock has a handful of particularly memorable recordings including In Out and ...

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An Accumulation of Subtleties

Label: FWM Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: CD1: An Accumulation of Subtleties; Joyous Awakening; Rite of Passage; Makeru Ga Kachi; Apotheosis. CD2: Elsewhen; Beautiful Stranger; The Wind; House of Blue Lights; A Tree Has Its Heart In Its Roots; The Gypsy.

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Mike Nock Trio: An Accumulation of Subtleties

Read "An Accumulation of Subtleties" reviewed by John Kelman


As fine as Mike Nock's recent releases have been--Meeting of the Waters (Jazzhead, 2007) and Live (ABC Jazz, 2004)--the New Zealand-born, Australian-based pianist's primary focus has been on larger ensembles. They may have provided Nock a broader textural palette with which to explore his always-compelling writing, but they've lacked the inherent intimacy and unfettered abandon possible ...


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