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Article: Radio

Oz Noy, Ben Wendel, John Scofield, Garaj Mahal and More

Read "Oz Noy, Ben Wendel, John Scofield, Garaj Mahal and More" reviewed by Len Davis

Playlist The Backstage “Can I Get Your Number" from Isolation (Reingold Records) 00:00 Morten Schanz “Martial Arts" from Godspeed (Edition) 06:28 Ben Wendel “Drawn Away" from High Heart (Edition) 12:57 CAB “The Prankster" from Theatre de Marionettes (Brunel Music) 19:26 Garaj Mahal “Witch Doctor" from More Mr Nice Guy ( 25:54 Oz Noy “Booga Looga Loo" ...


Article: Live Review

Steve Coleman and Five Elements at SFJAZZ

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Steve Coleman and Five Elements SFJAZZ San Francisco, CA December 14, 2014 “The main thing that I consciously try to follow is things I find in nature, in universe. Basically I see the universe as sort of giant palette of forms within forms."--Steve Coleman He is a 2014 MacArthur ...


Article: Extended Analysis

Fareed Haque: Out of Nowhere

Read "Fareed Haque: Out of Nowhere" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Fareed Haque is quite clear about the impact of guitarist Pat Martino on his own playing: “He is my inspiration in jazz guitar. And if I have a mission, it's to blend the John McLaughlin world with the Pat Martino world. Every guitarist, every musician, is a synthesis of the history. So if you want to ...


Article: From the Inside Out

Vámanos – Let’s Go!

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As jazz continues to indelibly leave imprints on music all over the globe, this column explores everything from classic 1960s and '70 singles from Peru to contemporary updates of traditional blues from Turkey and Greece. Vámanos--let's go! Ҫiğdem Aslan Mortissa Asphalt Tango 2013 Ҫiğdem Aslan was born in the ...


More Mr. Nice Guy

Label: Owl Studios
Released: 2010
Track listing: Witch Doctor; Faster Than the Speed of Time; Tachyonics; The Long Form; Today; Frankly Frankie Ford; What My Friends Say; Chester the Pester; Alison's Pony.


News: Radio

JazzWeek Radio Chart: June 28, 2010

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks 1 37 — Jason Moran Ten (Blue Note) 380 76 +304 21 60 1 2 2 11 8 Bill Charlap & Renee Rosnes Double Portrait (Blue Note) 345 133 +212 13 63 2 4 3 1 3 Dr. Lonnie Smith Spiral (Palmetto) 238 229 +9 ...


Article: Album Review

Garaj Mahal: More Mr. Nice Guy

Read "More Mr. Nice Guy" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

There is different, and there is distinct. Either can describe More Mr. Nice Guy by Garaj Mahal, although the latter is probably more telling. Several genres of music are mixed, matched and pushed around in this effort. Garaj Mahal features guitar and sitar virtuoso Fareed Haque, bass master and educator Kai Eckhardt, gospel-inspired keyboardist ...


Article: Album Review

Garaj Mahal: More Mr. Nice Guy

Read "More Mr. Nice Guy" reviewed by AAJ Staff

American funk, jazz, African-based rhythms and Middle Eastern modalities are all part of the collective sound of Garaj Mahal's More Mr. Nice Guy. That, perhaps, is the “nicest" characteristic of this CD, where there's a multitude of voices sounding from the corners of our blue marble--although “smoking hot" might be a better description. Reminiscent of Return ...


News: Recording

Moog Music Presents Garaj Mahal's "Discovery", Showcasing the Moog Guitar

Moog Music Presents Garaj Mahal's "Discovery", Showcasing the Moog Guitar

DISCOVERY: Garaj Mahal and Fareed Haque Present The Moog Guitar When top musicians play innovative instruments, magic happens ASHEVILLE, N.C. (March, 2010) - Take the guitar considered by many to be the most innovative instrument of the decade; put it in the hands of a musical visionary and you're sure to embark on a voyage of ...


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