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Graham Haynes

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Regarded as an innovator on cornet and flugelhorn, an extraordinary composer, and an emerging force in contemporary electronic music and world music, Graham Haynes has redefined and deconstructed that genre we still call jazz. While his main instrument is the cornet, he is by no means making jazz music these days. Haynes uses technology to create imaginative, subtle sonic environments. Even amidst electronic processing, his horn stands out, providing a level of expression that humanizes and elevates the synthetic sounds. The son of legendary jazz drummer Roy Haynes, Graham was born in 1960 and raised in Hollis, Queens, where he was surrounded by innovators (his neighbors included Roy Eldridge, Milt Jackson, and Jaki Byard)

Album

Ode To O

Label: TUM Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Ode to O; Justice; Me without Bela; Da Bang; The Other Side; Caring; OGJB #3; Bass Bottom; OGJB #4; Apaixonado.

Album

Quiet Passion

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Prologue; Leggiero; Kurikaesu; Whispering Universe; Agitato; Dialogue; Piano Solo 1; Improvisational Suite; Sadness Is; Piano Solo II; Quiet Passion I; Quiet Passion II; Quiet Passion III.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

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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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Welcome To Adventure

Read "Welcome To Adventure" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


There are indeed some adventuresome artists in this edition of One Man's Jazz, although I pilfered the title for the show from the title of the Welcome To Adventure Vol. 2 by Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker & Gérald Cleaver. So far, their first volume has been the best-selling album in the history of 577 ...

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Article: Album Review

OGJB Quartet: Ode To O

Read "Ode To O" reviewed by John Sharpe


An assemblage of stars doesn't always result in a constellation. But astronomers will need to take note in the case of the OGJB Quartet, called after the forename initials of the four members: reedman Oliver Lake, cornetist Graham Haynes, bassist Joe Fonda and drummer Barry Altschul. On the venerable collective's second album Ode To O following ...

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Article: Album Review

Yuko Fujiyama, Graham Haynes, Ikue Mori: Quiet Passion

Read "Quiet Passion" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Pianist Yuko Fujiyama does not routinely release music. When she does, it is always for a special purpose. This trio recording, Quiet Passion, was preceded by Night Wave (Innova Recordings, 2018) and, like her previous album, she is joined by cornetist Graham Haynes. The trio is completed by fellow Japanese- born expatriate Ikue Mori a longtime ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Gathering—Roots & Branches of Los Angeles Jazz, Survival Unit II & Hot Heroes

Read "The Gathering—Roots & Branches of Los Angeles Jazz, Survival Unit II & Hot Heroes" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


With only one opportunity left to program some music to recognize Black History Month, I decided to dedicate the last hour music by some of the great Black musicians making their own history (Andrew Cyrille, William Parker, Wadada Leo Smith and Graham Haynes & Oliver Lake of OGJB) and The Gathering: Roots And Branches of Los ...

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Article: Album Review

The OGJB Quartet: Ode To O

Read "Ode To O" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


The OGJB Quartet, a formidable all-star grouping of saxophonist Oliver Lake, cornetist Graham Haynes, bassist Joe Fonda and drummer Barry Altschul, are back with their second album, one even more wide-ranging and soulful than their first, Bamako, (TUM, 2019). The album combines tracks based on gutbucket rhythms with others full of exploratory abstractions. The ...

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Article: Six Picks

March 2022

Read "March 2022" reviewed by Pat Youngspiel


Jun MiyakeWhispered Garden Enja Records / Yellowbird Records 2022 Leaving the hazy Lost Memory Theatre (Enja, 2013, 2015, 2018) behind and moving on to the equally shrouded Whispered Garden, Paris-based trumpeter, composer and sound-architect Jun Miyake introduces us to a musical magnum-creation, his newest, that seems to encompass everything from ...


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