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History Gets Ahead of the Story

Label: Grizzley Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: O’Neal’s Porch; Corn Meal Dance; Gospel Flowers; Little Bird; Ghost; Moon; Things Fall Apart; Wood Flute Song; Purcell’s Lament; Harlem.

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Jeff Cosgrove / John Medeski / Jeff Lederer: History Gets Ahead of the Story

Read "History Gets Ahead of the Story" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


William Parker gets deserved acclaim for his abilities as a bassist and his activism and leadership in the avant jazz community but not as much for his composing. Drummer Jeff Cosgrove tries to correct that with this project that features Parker's music played by an organ trio with no bassist. Cosgrove's partners in this ...

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Jeff Cosgrove, John Medeski, Jeff Lederer: History Gets Ahead of the Story

Read "History Gets Ahead of the Story" reviewed by Ian Patterson


The striking absence of a bassist on this organ-trio tribute to William Parker speaks volumes about the singular approach that Jeff Cosgrove, John Medeski and Jeff Lederer have taken to the compositions of a modern jazz great. Parker's music is so diverse, his output so vast, that a cohesive overview would be difficult to distil onto ...

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Jeff Cosgrove/John Medeski/Jeff Lederer: History Gets Ahead of the Story

Read "History Gets Ahead of the Story" reviewed by Troy Dostert


As he has been one of the most influential and prolific musicians in the jazz avant-garde since the 1980s, it is surprising that bassist William Parker hasn't gotten more credit as a composer. Perhaps due in part to the sheer volume of his recordings--including every imaginable context, from solo bass to small/medium-sized groups to big-band outings--it ...

Album

Near Disaster

Label: Grizzley Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Last Steps, First; October Nights Sky; Spherical.

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Jeff Cosgrove, Scott Robinson, Ken Filiano: Hunters & Scavengers

Read "Hunters & Scavengers" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Nove brani a firma collettiva e la pagina più celebrata di Ornette Coleman compongono questo bell'album di un trio assolutamente paritario (anche se il merito di averlo riunito si deve al batterista Jeff Cosgrove) che propone un jazz in possesso dei sapori più veraci dell'avanguardia storica (peraltro senza particolari salti nel vuoto). In più di un ...

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Jeff Cosgrove/Matthew Shipp/William Parker: Near Disaster

Read "Near Disaster" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Is there such a phenomenon as free will? Most of us would like to think so. But consider for a moment, that every thought, decision, and action you make is a product of your DNA and the sum total of all your experiences. Sure, you make choices, but do you really have self-rule to over that ...

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Hunters & Scavengers

Label: Grizzley Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Eyes Of The Hunter; Don’t Look; Patterned Behavior; High, Low; Instinct; Field Test; Rays Of Dawn; Simple Justification; Song Of The Cuddle Fish; Lonely Woman.

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Hunters & Scavengers

Label: Grizzley Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Eyes Of The Hunter; Don’t Look; Patterned Behavior; High, Low; Instinct; Field Test; Rays Of Dawn; Simple Justification; Song Of The Cuddle Fish; Lonely Woman.

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Jeff Cosgrove / Scott Robinson / Ken Filiano: Hunters & Scavengers

Read "Hunters & Scavengers" reviewed by Mark Corroto


In the 1980s, artist Jenny Holzer created short, pithy statements projected by LED lights in museums and onto Times Square. Her now famous “Abuse of Power Comes As No Surprise" text sums up not only the #MeToo movement and the #BlackLivesMatter cry, but also to some extent, the music industry. The vertical construction of many jazz ...


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