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Article: Radio

Billy Cobham, Larry Coryell, John Scofield, Gary Boyle and much more

Read "Billy Cobham, Larry Coryell, John Scofield, Gary Boyle and much more" reviewed by Len Davis


On today's program we dial it back to the '70s, with Billy Cobham, Jean-Luc Ponty and a feature on British jazz-rock from Gary Boyle and Isotope. Playlist Billy Cobham “Nickels and Dimes" from Inner Conflicts (Atlantic) 00:00 Larry Coryell “The Last Peavey" from Larry Coryell's Last swing with Ireland (Angel Air) 07:18 Jean-Luc Ponty ...

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Introspection

Label: Sunset Blvd. Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD 1: Freddie's Flight; It Burns Me Up; Butterfly; Isola Natale; The Lady's in Love; Midnight Sun; Season of the Witch; Inner City Blues; Light My Fire; Happiness Is Just Around the Bend; Fanfare for the Common Blue Turkey. CD 2: Planet Earth Calling; Sea of Tranquility; This Wheel's on Fire; Just Me Just You; The Road to Cairo; Indian Rope Man; Sundown; Second Wind; Somebody Help Me; We Three Kings; Whenever You're Ready; Future Pilot; CD 3: Ella; Pavane; Cry Me a River; Birds of Paradise; Lament for Miss Baker; Jam Side Down; If You Could See Me Now; Homeward; Looking in the Eye of the World; Dawn of Another Day; Voices of Other Times; I've Gotta Go Now

Article: Album Review

Mike Westbrook: Live 1972

Read "Live 1972" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini


La meritoria etichetta inglese Hux Records recupera un live piuttosto raro del 1972 che vede protagonista una versione molto ridotta, in termini numerici, della famosa orchestra jazz del pianista Mike Westbrook. Il periodo è quello della transizione verso il rock-jazz di un arrangiatore molto apprezzato sia dall'establishment jazzistico dell'epoca, sia dal nuovo pubblico che stava sempre ...

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Simon Phillips: Protocol 3

Read "Protocol 3" reviewed by Dave Wayne


A professional musician from the age of 12, Simon Phillips' drumming sound and style is instantly recognizable. He's toured and recorded with just about every major rock and pop act imaginable; from Mick Jagger, The Who and Toto to Judas Priest, Mike Oldfield, and Joe Satriani. Also an uber-session player, he's recorded countless jazz, fusion and ...

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Article: Profile

Mike Westbrook: Art Wolf at 75

Read "Mike Westbrook: Art Wolf at 75" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Close your eyes for a moment. Imagine a jazz composer who began with Ellington and then moved on through Mingus. He soon encompassed rock music, Kurt Weill, Rossini, the traditions of English church music and the pastoralism of Vaughan Williams and Holst, but still found a place in his music for The Beatles, European political cabaret ...

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Article: Album Review

Soft Machine: NDR Jazz Workshop –Hamburg, Germany 1973

Read "NDR Jazz Workshop –Hamburg, Germany 1973" reviewed by Nic Jones


By May, 1973, Soft Machine was well on its way from being a truly remarkable outfit to being a comparatively anonymous fusion band. This CD and DVD set goes to show this, but at least the music is played with the kind of fire that wasn't apparent on their studio albums of the time.

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Article: Extended Analysis

Soft Machine: NDR Jazz Workshop - Hamburg, Germany May 17, 1973

Read "Soft Machine: NDR Jazz Workshop - Hamburg, Germany May 17, 1973" reviewed by John Kelman


Every year it seems that more archive material is unearthed from Soft Machine, the legendary British group that began life in Dadaist psychedelia, but wound down as a powerhouse, chops-centric, fusion outfit at the end of the 1970s, with stops in more complex writing and free jazz territory along the way. As influenced by minimalist composers ...

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Golden Section

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Illusion; 02. Rangoon Creeper; 03. Attila; 04. Spanish Sun; 05. Crunch Cake; 06. Mr. M's Picture; 07. Frog; 08. Attila; 09. Spanish Sun; 10. Lily Kong; 11. Edorian; 12. Golden Section; 13. Illusion.

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Article: Album Review

Isotope: Golden Section

Read "Golden Section" reviewed by Andrey Henkin


It is with great sadness that the recent passing of electric bassist Hugh Hopper (1945-2009), one of the most original stylists on his instrument, is mourned. Hopper is best known for his tenure in Soft Machine (part of the Canterbury scene, lumped in with progressive rockers like King Crimson and Frank Zappa, and ...


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