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Gebhard Ullmann’s Das Kondensat, Reza Askari, David Murray, Albert Ayler & Gauci Music

Read "Gebhard Ullmann’s Das Kondensat, Reza Askari, David Murray, Albert Ayler & Gauci Music" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The heavyweights are front and center this time out. You'll hear tracks from new releases by German multi-reedist Gebhard Ullmann & Das Kondensat, Stephen Gauci's Live At Scholes Street Studio series, David Murray's Brave New World Trio with Brandon Lopez and Hamid Drake, Daniel Carter & The Telepathic Band, Ingrid Laubrock and Andy Milne plus two ...

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GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong

Read "GulfH of Berlin, Adam O’Farrill & Eunhye Jeong" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Sampled this episode are new releases featuring saxophonists (Rich Halley, Daniel Carter, Irek Wojtczak, Yuma Uesaka (with Marilyn Crispell) and Gebhard Ullmann (GulfH of Berlin), trumpeters Adam O'Farrill and Joaquin Muro, and pianists Eunhye Jeong from South Korea and Satoko Fujii. Toss in some great stuff from William Parker, Wadada Leo Smith, and L.A.'s The Gathering ...

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Roberto Fonseca, Christian McBride, King Oliver and More

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This week's show is book-ended by Latin jazz, as we take off with the talented Roberto Fonseca and we land with the multi platinum-selling Herb Alpert and his Tijuana Brass. In between, we focus on new releases by Christian McBride and Kansas City's own Todd Wilkinson as well as on the music of forward looking artists ...

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Lisa Hoppe, Sorey & Crispell, Gebhard Ullman and More

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This episode is very wide-ranging in styles and sounds; the boundaries keep expanding. I was very impressed with bassist Lisa Hoppe's new trio, Third Reality, with saxophonist David Leon and guitarist Tal Yahalom. Very original stuff! It's on a German label—Jazzhausmusik—so do some digging to find it. It's well worth the effort. Drummer, composer and influencer ...

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Wójciński-Szmańda Quartet, Dustin Laurenzi and More

Read "Wójciński-Szmańda Quartet, Dustin Laurenzi and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The underlying theme in this episode appears to be ensembles of varying sizes and styles. From Sweden, trumpeter Goran Kajfeš' quartet Tropique blends elements of groove, trance, improv, African with a Don Cherry on top in the new Into The Wild, while another quartet, the Wójciński/Szmańda Quartet from Poland, knocks down the walls of same-same with ...

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Iro Haarla, Ulf Krokfors, Eric Dolphy and More

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Some very important saxophonists are featured in this episode: Frenchman Emile Parisien is back with almost all of his original quartet, Gebhard Ullman shows why he's considered one of the best contemporary multi-reedists with his Basement Research band, Dave Rempis's new trio debuts The Early Bird Gets, and the great Eric Dolphy with previously-unissued music in ...

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Mark Lomax, Rosetta Trio & Federica Michisanti

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February is Black History Month and this episode features some music recognizing that fact. Drummer and musicologist Mark Lomax 's 400: An Afrikan Epic is a monumental 12-album cycle honoring the 400th Anniversary of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. He used the music he grew up with--spirituals and blues--as source material, and despite criticism and resistance from ...

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Scott DuBois: Autumn Wind

Read "Autumn Wind" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Ottimo chitarrista ed eccellente compositore, il quarantenne Scott DuBois è tra i musicisti più interessanti in circolazione e negli ultimi anni ha proposto lavori di tutto rispetto, tra i quali spicca nel 2015 Winter Light, per la ACT, in quartetto con Gebhard Ullmann, Thomas Morgan e Kresten Osgood, cioè la medesima formazione di questo Autumn Wind, ...

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Scott DuBois: Autumn Wind

Read "Autumn Wind" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


When last we heard from guitarist Scott DuBois he was conjuring visceral thoughts of our coldest times on Winter Light (ACT Music, 2015). Now he's turned back the calendar one season, turning his attention toward harvest days with Autumn Wind. While there are certain similarities between DuBois' two seasonal epics--the presence of bassist ...

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Barry Altschul: The 3dom

Read "The 3dom" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Seems of late, Mr Simon, Mr Garfunkel and the nation have been singing “Coo, coo, ca- choo, Mrs. Robinson" not for Joe DiMaggio or the deceased Ann Bancroft, but for drummer Barry Altschul. Somehow, in the 1980s and '90s we misplaced him. Actually, he moved to Europe, recording for smaller labels before he quietly returned to ...


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