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Label: Peace Time Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: New Egypt; Live a Little; Black Friday; Standard Candies; Grape Soda and Pretzels; The Greater Good; Welcome Edison; Double Quartet; Shark Tank; Exuberant Irrationalism; Ground Swell; Call to Arms; Identity Crisis.

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Gypsy Schaeffer: New Album

Read "New Album" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Suonare per il piacere di farlo. Un-due-tre-quattro. Pronti? Via! Non c'è gran che di cerebrale in questo nuovo album dei Gypsy Schaeffer. Si espone brevemente il tema, e poi ampio spazio all'improvvisazione, senza troppi freni o sovrastrutture. Senza gabbie stilistiche. L'album si muove con disinvoltura tra swing e free, tra bop e contemporanea. C'è, in questo ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gypsy Schaeffer: New Album

Read "New Album" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Gypsy Schaeffer, the foursome made up by Joel Yennior (trombone), Andy Voelker (saxophones), Chris Punis (drums) and Jef Charland (bass) calls its third CD quite simply New Album. That's a truism, as is the fact that it continues to make music that is fun and enjoyable. The writing, ascribed to the group collectively, as ...

Portamental

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: Under Construction; Mummer's Day; Faces In The Sand; Time Management; Sleep; Ponus Ridge; 01; Schemin'; Ugly Hand; Portamental.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gypsy Schaeffer: Portamental

Read "Portamental" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

For Gypsy Schaeffer's followup to its 2004 debut recording, the group presents a similar pattern. The band consists of the same personnel, with the exception of bassist Jef Charland, who replaces Edward Perez. The ensemble takes its name from a bordello in the turn-of-the-century Storyville section of New Orleans where Jelly Roll Morton once punched the ...

Portamental

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Under Construction; Mummer's Day; Faces in the Sand; Time Management; Sleep; Ponus Ridge; 01; Schemin'; Ugly Hand; Portamental.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gypsy Schaeffer: Portamental

Read "Portamental" reviewed by J Hunter

It makes sense that Gypsy Schaeffer is named for a New Orleans whorehouse, albeit one that boasted Sidney Bechet and Jelly Roll Morton as parlor musicians. Reedman Andy Voelker and trombonist Joel Yennior have a sound and a dynamic that would fit into almost any NOLA unit, and the lack of a piano in this group ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gypsy Schaeffer: Portamental

Read "Portamental" reviewed by Jim Santella

Based in Boston, Gypsy Schaeffer is a modern jazz quartet that marches to a different drummer. The unique and forward-leaning foursome brings a fresh sound to the forum, exploring jazz from various angles. The band's instrumentation stands apart from the hoi polloi of jazz. Without a chording instrument like the piano or guitar, Gypsy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gypsy Schaeffer: Portamental

Read "Portamental" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The Gypsy Schaeffer of New Orleans fame was a bordello where, of course, music could be heard, including the live and in-person sounds of jazz legend Jelly Roll Morton, among others. The Gypsy Schaeffer of Boston is a pianoless quartet featuring trombonist Joel Yennior (of Either/Orchestra fame), saxophonist Andy Voelker, bassist Jef Charland and drummer Chris ...


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