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Gavin Templeton

Gavin Templeton is a Los Angeles based saxophonist, woodwind player, composer and educator. Gavin spent his formative years in Reno, Nevada. He began studying classical violin at five years old, but switched to the alto saxophone a few years later. His saxophone teacher introduced him to the music of Charlie Parker, which deeply affected him. Gavin felt an instant affinity with bebop music. He memorized Parker tunes and performed them for friends, family, and at his saxophone teacher’s gigs when he would be invited up to the bandstand. Gavin's professional career began in his teens

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Points of an Infinite Line

Label: Orenda Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Momentum; A Force For Good; Fellowship; Impulse And Influence; Solidarity; Come Humble; A Moment of Clarity; 2020.

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Article: Album Review

Dan Rosenboom: Points of an Infinite Line

Read "Points of an Infinite Line" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Released in the environment of his own label's absolute creative control, trumpeter Dan Rosenboom's newest outing sees a chordless quartet venturing beyond the borders of swing, exploring heavy grooves and free-wheeling improvisation to the point where jazz, hip hop and the rough edges of many other genres meld together to a single style that simultaneously defies ...

Album

Points on an Infinite Line

Label: Orenda Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Momentum; A Force for Good; Fellowship; Impulse and Influence; Solidarity; Come Humble; A Moment of Clarity; 2020

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Article: Radio

Angel Bat Dawid, Fay Victor, Satoko Fujii and Clean Feed Releases

Read "Angel Bat Dawid, Fay Victor, Satoko Fujii and Clean Feed Releases" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Risk-taking singer Fay Victor's powerhouse new album for ESP-Disk is called We've Had Enough, but the title could easily be used on Angel Bat Dawid's latest as well. It reflects some rather shabby treatment on a recent our in Europe. Her album Live sees and Tha Brothahood in full bore. Other new releases sampled come from ...

Article: Album Review

The Baba Orchestra: Marigold

Read "Marigold" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


A distanza di due anni dal sorprendente debutto con Another Ride on the Elephant Slide Lauren Elizabeth Baba pubblica un nuovo album con la sua orchestra californiana di 17 elementi, registrato come il precedente in studio. L'incisione presenta una lunga opera ispirata alla storia familiare della bandleader e commissionata dalla Los Angeles Jazz Society.

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Vinny Golia Sextet: Trajectory

Read "Trajectory" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Walking in the canyons of a big city like New York or in the old-growth forests of California Redwoods, it is almost impossible to acquire perspective. One cannot stand back far enough to take in the enormity of the scene. It is best to embrace the hugeness and enjoy the experience. The same can be said ...

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Jon Armstrong: Burnt Hibiscus

Read "Burnt Hibiscus" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Now firmly ensconced as the Director of Jazz Studies at Idaho State University, Jon Armstrong may just be a little homesick. Well, more than a little. After all, Pocatello is a far cry from the multi-cultural hustle and bustle of his hometown of Los Angeles. It's not surprising that Armstrong's new album, Burnt Hibiscus is a ...

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In Series

Label: Nine Winds Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Know Why; Inbox; Bug; Karina; The Other Shoe; Palms; Volley.

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Ballast

Label: Orenda Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Contact; Strong Ties; If Only; Zeros, Ones; The Program; Waiting Room; Tether; Vexillum; Fortresses; Canto CVIII.


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