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Article: Album Review

Marc Ducret: Palm Sweat — Marc Ducret Plays The Music Of Tim Berne

Read "Palm Sweat — Marc Ducret Plays The Music Of Tim Berne" reviewed by Mark Corroto


There is a through line working within Palm Sweat -Marc Ducret Plays the Music of Tim Berne. The guitarist covers compositions passed to him by composer and saxophonist Tim Berne as he was leaving Brooklyn for his home in France just as the Covid19 lockdowns were beginning. The connections between Ducret and Berne are quite obvious. ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Tim Berne, Geri Allen, Dave Holland + Solo Works

Read "Tim Berne, Geri Allen, Dave Holland + Solo Works" reviewed by David Brown


This week, let's visit some Tim Berne works as interpreted by soloists, as well as some duets with the man himself. Then, one time Sun Ra bassist Tyler Mitchel presents his Octet featuring alto saxophonist Marshall Allen, followed by some other recordings by Sun Ra Arkestra alumni. The program will continue with a set of solo ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

More Reed Rapture WIth Tim Berne

Read "More Reed Rapture WIth Tim Berne" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show the third of twelve looks at Ivo Perelman's massive new set of saxophone duets, this time with Tim Berne. I am also featuring two recent albums from Tim with firstly Matt Mitchell and secondly Gregg Belisle-Chi. In addition I am playing tracks from three great new releases from Lauren Falls, Örjan Hulten Orion ...

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Article: Album Review

Tim Berne - Matt Mitchell: One More Please

Read "One More Please" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Saxophonist Tim Berne has gained most of his notoriety via small group recordings, with ensembles such as Big Satan, Hard Cell, Snakeoil and Science Friction. His partnership with ECM Records, beginning with 2012's Snakeoil--after a few sideman contributions on the label--lifted his profile, deservedly. His approach to making music might be called “out there in deep ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases From Michael Weiss, Ron Ledoux, Tim Berne & Gregg Belisle-Chi, and more

Read "New Releases From Michael Weiss, Ron Ledoux, Tim Berne & Gregg Belisle-Chi, and more" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show we feature an eclectic selection of brand new releases from Michael Weiss, Ron Ledoux, Tim Berne & Gregg Belisle-Chi, Hello Cacus!, Luneta Freedom Jazz Collective, In Real Time, Adam Shead and Manuel Valera New Cuban Express Big Band.Playlist Michael Weiss “Persistence" from Persistence (Cellar Live) 00:00 Ron Ledoux Quartet “Fourth ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Alister Spence Trio with Ed Kuepper Plus Other New Releases

Read "The Alister Spence Trio with Ed Kuepper Plus Other New Releases" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this weeks show there is a focus on recent releases. There is also an Australian jazz-rock supergroup just about to embark their first tour, some classic jazz stylings in a modern setting, brand new work from cutting edge duos and exciting releases from Ricardo Pinzon, Yaniv Taubenhouse and Tony Malaby. Playlist Alister ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Tribute Mary Lou Williams, PIano Trio Smorgasbord, Guitar Mental Block

Read "Tribute Mary Lou Williams, PIano Trio Smorgasbord, Guitar Mental Block" reviewed by David Brown


This week, a birthday wish for a forgotten Philly singer, a super set of piano trios featuring a new tribute to Mary Lou Williams. I work out my issues with jazz guitar with some ear opening duets, and more. Old, new, in, out... wherever the music takes us. Each week, we will explore the elements of ...

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Article: Year in Review

Mark Sullivan's Favorite Recordings of 2021

Read "Mark Sullivan's Favorite Recordings of 2021" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


2021 may have been a year best forgotten in many ways, as the pandemic continued to make “normal life" look like a distant memory. There was a brief bright spot after the introduction of the vaccines, only to be crushed by the emergence of the Delta variant, then the Omicron. Yet somehow there was plenty of ...

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Article: Album Review

Tim Berne / Gregg Belisle: Mars

Read "Mars" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Mars inspires. That blood-red eye orbiting the sun this side of Jupiter served as a muse for Gustav Holtz in the “Mars" portion of his Planets Suite (1916); H.G Wells conjured giant three-legged machines from Mars, wielding death rays and attempting to destroy the Earth; Edgar Rice Burroughs sent John Carter to Barsoom (Mars), where the ...


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