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Hamid Drake

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b. 3 August 1955, Monroe, Louisiana, USA. Hamid Drake studied drums extensively, including eastern and Caribbean styles. In 1974 he began what was to be a long-term musical relationship with Fred Anderson. In the late 70s, Anderson introduced him to George Lewis and Douglas Ewart. His most significant percussion influences, Ed Blackwell and Adam Rudolph, date from this period. The latter, who was a childhood friend, became another continuing collaborator and they appeared together in numerous contexts, including Anderson's 1979 The Missing Link. Don Cherry, who Drake first met in 1978, was another continuing collaborator

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Everybody Say Yeah!

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Peak; There Will Never Be Another You; My Scenery; It's Cha Time!; Summertime; George Burns!; Gorgeous George; Vonski; Cha Cha Blue; Manteca; Perfume; A Mother's Love; Marko; Low Funk.

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The Music of William Parker: Migration Of Silence Into And Out Of The Tone World, Volumes 1 – 10

Label: Centering Records/AUM
Released: 2022
Track listing: Blue Limelight: Listen; Cosmic Funk; I'd Rather Be; A Great Day to be Dead; Jenny's Interlude; Blue Limelight; Bennie's Tune; Recall; Kachina Song; All I Ever Want; Where the Angels Live; Old Tears. Child of Sound: Malachi's Mode; Malcolm's Smile; This Sweet Land; The Golden Light (Hymn); Mexico; Broken Promises; Child of Sound; Sky Falling; Adobe House; Rez Sunset; Trail of Tears I; Trail of Tears II; Rez Sunrise; Ascending Earth. The Majesty of Jah: Baldwin; The Majesty of Jah; Freedom; Sun Song; Numbers; Letter to a Resurrected Slave Owner. Cheops: Entire Universe; Cheops; The Map Is Precise; If We Play Soft Enough; Harriott. Harlem Speaks: Dancing At The Savoy; Don’t Sell My Soul; Harlem Speaks; Paintings in the Sky; Shutters as Windows. Mexico: Tilted Mirror; Mexico; The Bleeding Tree; It Is for You. Lights In The Rain (The Italian Directors Suite): Visconti: Fellini; Pasolini; Leone; De Sica; Rossellini; Gospel; Milano; Lights in the Rain; Antonioni. Afternoon Poem: Song To Lift Sadness (Morning); The Sky Is Always Beautiful; Morning Bird; Rocket Man; Essence Calling Out; Afternoon Poem; First Vision; Green And Brown; I Believe; I Will Die For You; Song For Patricia; My Cup; Silent Whispers; It Would Never Be Long Enough; Song To Lift Sadness (Evening); Cloud and Sea Fading as Rain Falls. The Fastest Train: The Elders at the Edge of the World Part 1; Cultivation; Deep Spirit; Family Voice; Listen to the Sky; Sacred Prayers; Host for the Anointed; Bamboo Village; Blessed; The Flute Reaches Out; The World's Fastest Train; Joyous and Delightful; The Elders at the Edge of the World Part 2. Manzanar: Charcoal Paragraphs; Khaen; Lakota Song; Manzanar; On Being Native.

Album

Brand New World Trio

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Seriana Promethea; Necktar; Metouka Shell (Ballad For Adrienne); Rainbows For Julia; Switchin’ In The Kitchen; Anita et Annita; If You Want Me To Stay; Am Gone Get Some.

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Article: In Pictures

Jazz Festival Ljubljana 2022

Read "Jazz Festival Ljubljana 2022" reviewed by Ziga Koritnik


A collection of photos from the Jazz festival Ljubljana in Slovenia from June 15, 2022 to June 18, 2022 featuring Hamid Drake, Ndoho Ange, Jan Bang, Jamie Saft, Pasquale Mirra, Joshua Abrams, Miha Gantar, Musician Name, Gerry Hemingway, Irreversible Entenglements, Jure Pukl, Peter Evans, Nasheet Waits, Casu Tanrikulu, Tobias Delius, Greg Cohen, Anouar Brahem, Julien Desprez, ...

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Article: In Pictures

Ljubljana Jazz Festival 2022

Read "Ljubljana Jazz Festival 2022" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti


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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Gunter Baby Sommer, Tyshawn Sorey Trio, Kobe Van Cauwenberghe & Linda Sikhakhane

Read "Gunter Baby Sommer, Tyshawn Sorey Trio, Kobe Van Cauwenberghe & Linda Sikhakhane" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This edition of OMJ is all over the place when it comes to new recordings—drummers Gunter Baby Sommer (with Lucaciu 3), Pierre Favre (with Samuel Blaser) and Tyshawn Sorey; saxophonists Linda Sikhakhane from South Africa and Germany's Charlotte Greve (with the Lisbeth Quartet), pianist Russ Lossing, Austria's AHL-6, and Belgian guitarist Kobe Van Cauwenberghe and his ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Joachim Kuhn, Day & Taxi & Java Quartet

Read "Joachim Kuhn, Day & Taxi & Java Quartet" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


German pianist/alto player Joachim Kuhn arrived in Paris in the late '60s; that city was the epicenter of an explosion in free jazz, fueled by several musicians from America (many of them from the AACM) and a desire among European players to push their music forward. One concert that Kuhn played at in the fall of ...

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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

Miles Okazaki, Fred Moten, Billy Mohler & We Free Strings

Read "Miles Okazaki, Fred Moten, Billy Mohler & We Free Strings" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


New releases sampled come from guitarist Miles Okazaki & Trickster with the final piece of a trilogy, the unique ensemble We Free Strings, a powerful big band from Austria led by Barbara Bruckmüller, pianist Elias Stemeseder, bassist Billy Mohler's quartet, Swiss saxophonist Fabian Willmann, and poetry and free jazz from the trio of Fred Moten, Brandon ...


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