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Hal Willner, Nino Rota & Beyond

Read "Hal Willner, Nino Rota & Beyond" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

For Today's episode we go back in time to 1981, the year in which Amarcord Nino Rota by producer Hal Willner was released. 37 years later it remains a reference record and one of the greatest tribute albums ever produced, and recently remastered and re-released by Corbett vs. Dempsey. We take a look back at the ...


Honoring Matthew Shipp's 50 Year Opus: Thirsty Ear Recordings releases "The Art of the Improviser" Feb 2011

Honoring Matthew Shipp's 50 Year Opus: Thirsty Ear Recordings releases "The Art of the Improviser" Feb 2011

For the better part of fifty years Matthew Shipp has been on a tireless journey to innovate a musical language that is at once so cerebral, emotional and physical that it becomes universally intelligible. Shipp has aspired to engineer an eclectically unprecedented sound, one capable not only of invigorating the jazz world, but potent enough to ...


The Return of the King: King Sunny Ade Releases First Studio Album in Ten Years

The Return of the King: The Traffic-Stopping, Hip-Shaking Wisdom of King Sunny Ade is Back on Baba Mo Tunde, His First Studio Album in a Decade King Sunny Ade is global groove royalty whose six-hour sets and butt-shaking beats are notorious from his native Nigeria to Nashville and Nagasaki. And now the master is back with ...


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