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Your Brain on Frets and More

Read "Your Brain on Frets and More" reviewed by Marc Cohn

Lots of guitar this week: John Scofield with Bill Frisell, Jim Hall, Pat Martino, Tiny Grimes, Kevin Eubanks with Dave Holland, Bill Jennings (an influence on B.B. King), and Paul Bollenback with Jim Snidero. We also have a couple of tracks from the currently unavailable Fred Hersch—Esperanza Spalding duo set live at the Village Vanguard (a ...

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A Herbie Nichols' Centennial - Part II

Read "A Herbie Nichols' Centennial - Part II" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The second part of this week's tribute to Herbie Nichols focuses on the work of champions of his music like Roswell Rudd, Misha Mengelberg, Steve Lacy and, again, the Herbie Nichols Project with some never-heard-before live recordings from the vaults of the Jazz Composers Collective. For the first part of this Herbie Nichols special ...

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A Herbie Nichols' Centennial - Part I

Read "A Herbie Nichols' Centennial - Part I" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Herbie Nichols was a master of the piano which has inspired generations of musicians after his passing, despite the little commercial success that his albums obtained when first released. 2019 marks the centennial of his birth and to remedy the lack of retrospectives that his work should have, but hasn't received, this year, this ...

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Ben Allison, Ron Horton, Frank Kimbrough: A Collective Trio

Read "Ben Allison, Ron Horton, Frank Kimbrough: A Collective Trio" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Ben Allison, Ron Horton and Frank Kimbrough have been collaborating for more than a quarter century, including as members of the influential Jazz Composers Collective. During these years they have established themselves as stalwarts of the New York jazz scene and developed their own instantly identifiable sounds, solidifying their international reputations as leading voices ...

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Michael Blake - The Restless Adventures of a World Awakening Artist

Read "Michael Blake - The Restless Adventures of a World Awakening Artist" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

An enduring presence for the last 30 years, saxophonist, composer and bandleader Michael Blake has built his reputation playing jazz and creative music in New York City. The visionary composer and arranger has built a discography that impresses for depth and range, from his hard-hitting projects Hellbent and Blake Tartare, to the soul and R&B tinged ...

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New Herbie Nichols Works To Be Premiered At Jazz Composers Collective Festival At Jazz Standard This Weekend

New Herbie Nichols Works To Be Premiered At Jazz Composers Collective Festival At Jazz Standard This Weekend

The Herbie Nichols Project scheduled for this FRI 11/9 11:30PM + SUN 11/11 9:30PM will premiere five never before recorded or published works by Herbie Nichols (1919-1963). For years, a trunk of Nichols’s manuscripts has been passed down through generations and assumed destroyed and/or lost. However, it was rediscovered about two weeks ago!!! It includes 40 ...

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Roswell Rudd: The Musical Magus Turns 75

Read "Roswell Rudd: The Musical Magus Turns 75" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

"Years ago it would have seemed an impossible dream to get to record with this musical magus, but here we are... and what a thrill!" class="f-right">--Charlie Kohlhase, From liner notes to Eventuality: The Charlie Kohlhase Quintet Plays the Music of Roswell Rudd (Nada, 2001) I see him suddenly as if in a ...

Strange City

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Moments Magical 2. Enrapture 3. Delights 4. Blue Shout 5. Strange City 6. Karna Kangi 7. The Happenings 8. Change of Season 9. Some Wandering Bushmen 10. Shuffle Montgomery

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Herbie Nichols Project: Strange City

Read "Strange City" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Strange City marks this aggregation’s inaugural release for “Palmetto Records,” while also featuring trombonist, Wycliffe Gordon’s first recorded stint with a band, devoted to the music of the late pianist/composer Herbie Nichols. Comprised of members from the “Jazz Composers Collective,” the musicians have perhaps enlivened the artistry of Nichols via their two previous and well-received recordings ...


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