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Moppa Elliott & Jon Irabagon: Accomplish Jazz and Forty Fort

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Mostly Other People Do The Killing Forty Fort Hot Cup Records 2010 Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord Accomplish Jazz Hot Cup Records 2009

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Solo Female Pianists: Capsizing Moments, The Art of the Piano, Woven Time, Place To Be

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Sophie Agnel Capsizing Moments Emanem Records 2009 Jessica Williams The Art of the Piano Origin Records 2009 Katharina Weber Woven Time Intakt Records 2009

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Article: Film Review

William Hooker: The Symbol of the Unconquered

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William Hooker The Symbol of the Unconquered Media Sanctuary 2009 It must be challenging to play the drums solo, but it must be even more so to improvise an hour-long soundtrack to a silent movie. Percussionist William Hooker took on this daunting task with the 1920 silent film, ...

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Taylor Ho Bynum & Spidermonkey Strings: Madeleine Dreams

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Madeleine Dreams is about as odd as the novel upon which it is based. Taylor Ho Bynum and SpiderMonkey Strings weave deftly through the magical realism of Madeleine is Sleeping, a novel written by Bynum's sister Sarah Shun-lien Bynum. Vocalist Kyoko Kitamura flows through the divide between dream and reality with grace. She ...

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Bassists/Leaders: Linda Oh, Joe Martin, Ben Allison, Ruslan Khain & Iris Ornig

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Linda Oh Trio Entry Self-Released 2009 Joe Martin Not By Chance Anzic Records 2009 Ben Allison Think Free Palmetto Records 2009 Ruslan Khain

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Article: Book Review

Big Ears: Listening for Gender in Jazz Studies

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Big Ears: Listening For Gender in Jazz Studies Edited by Nichole T. Rustin and Sherrie Tucker Paperback; 472 pages ISBN: 0822343207 Duke University Press 2008 Reading Ingrid Monson's “Fitting the Part," one of 15 fascinating essays in this tome, I wonder if I too ...

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Avant Large Ensembles: Making Love to the Dark Ages, Suites, Bill Dixon with Exploding Star Orchestra, Open Port

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Burnt Sugar The Arkestra ChamberMaking Love to the Dark AgesLiveWired Music2009 Ulrich Gumpert Workshop BandSuitesJazzwerkstatt2008 Bill Dixon with Exploding Star OrchestraBill Dixon with Exploding Star Orchestra Thrill Jockey

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Mostly Other People Do The Killing: This Is Our Moosic

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Mostly Other People Do The Killing (MOPDtK), a quartet led by bassist Moppa Elliott, draws from a plethora of styles and genres in its third album, This Is Our Moosic. Traces of Ornette Coleman (the title and cover satirize the saxophonist's famous disc), John Coltrane and even Danny Elfman and Billy Joel emerge from the group ...

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Han Bennink: Amplified Trio and People I Like

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Han Bennink Amplified Trio Treader 2007 The Blueprint Project People I Like Improvised Communications 2007 Han Bennink's virtuosic drumming and irresistible joviality are in high demand. While visiting the ...

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Darren Johnston / Fred Frith / Devin Hoff / Larry Ochs: Reasons for Moving

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Reasons for Moving is what an improvised session should sound like: thoughtful, seamless, dynamic, comfortable. “Dawn & The Flat Irons" begins as a conversation between trumpet (Darren Johnston) and bass (Devin Hoff). When drummer Ches Smith comes in, the tune branches off, allowing Smith, Fred Frith (electric guitar) and Larry Ochs (tenor and ...


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