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Harriet Tubman at SFJAZZ

Read "Harriet Tubman at SFJAZZ" reviewed by Harry S. Pariser

Harriet Tubman SFJAZZ San Francisco, CA January 23, 2020 The electric bass, electric guitar and drum trio Harriet Tubman stands apart in the music world. As guitarist Brandon Ross notes, they are electrified yet based on spiritual influences such as the late Alice Coltrane, the late John Coltrane's wife who ran ...

The Terror End of Beauty

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Farther Unknown; 3000 Worlds; Prototaxite; Redemption Song; The Green Book Blues; Unseen Advance of the Aquifarian; The Terror End of Beauty; Tuljapur Handprint.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Harriet Tubman: The Terror End of Beauty

Read "The Terror End of Beauty" reviewed by Vic Albani

Continuando l'audace cammino che solo chi conosce a perfezione tutti i meandri della musica moderna in generale può affrontare, Brandon Ross, Melvin Gibbs e JT Lewis, proseguono la strada di unire jazz, rock, blues e improvvisazione in modo esemplare. The Terror End of Beauty segue di non molto lo straordinario Araminta uscito nel ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Bass Is the Place!

Read "Bass Is the Place!" reviewed by Jennifer DeMeritt

Where do rhythm and harmony intersect? Where do you feel the beat, not just with your ears but your whole body? Bass is the place where it all comes together. This week we celebrate some beloved jazz bass players, from riveting soloists to groundbreaking composers and consummate sidemen. Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Ben Allison, Anais Drago, Reinier Baas and Other Great New Releases

Read "Ben Allison, Anais Drago, Reinier Baas and Other Great New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The new albums bonanza goes on! And we happily oblige, revelling in some gorgeous new releases, some of which will definitely end up on the “Best of 2018" lists of many critics. Surprises, confirmations, re-releases, unexpected collaborations and much more make up this week's playlist full of aural pleasures... Happy listening!

ARTICLE: RADIO

Mountweazel, Tim Haldeman & More

Read "Mountweazel, Tim Haldeman & More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Musicians are no different than many of us as we move from place to place for reasons of opportunity, love, employment, school, freedom, safety and peace. This week's edition of One Man's Jazz features three sax players who have done just that. Sweden's Alberto Pinton is Italian, but has lived in Sweden for many years. You'll ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Mark F. Turner's Best Releases Of 2017

Read "Mark F. Turner's Best Releases Of 2017" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

In a year filled with loss, uncertainty and numerous challenges, the following releases by these creative and talented artists repeatedly moved me while bringing something fresh to my ears. No matter what critics or doubters say, the music lives on and is as strong as ever; always colored by its diversity. Harriet Tubman ...

Araminta

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: The Spiral Path to the Throne; Taken; Blacktal Fractal; Ne Ander; Nina Simone; Real Cool Killers; President Obama's Speech at the Selma Bridge; Sweet Araminta.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Troy Collins' Best Releases of 2017

Read "Troy Collins' Best Releases of 2017" reviewed by Troy Collins

Considering the quantity of recordings released in a year's time, attempting to compile a comprehensive end of the year list mentioning every first-rate session would be difficult at best. The ten titles listed below represent a fertile cross-section of some of the most compelling modern jazz heard in 2017. William Parker Quartets


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