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Mareike Wiening's Debut Album

Read "Mareike Wiening's Debut Album" reviewed by Bob Osborne


German drummer and composer Mareike Wiening released her debut album featuring her original compositions performed by an outstanding quintet of New York improvisers on November 1st . Metropolis Paradise is dedicated to Wiening's six year residence in the Big Apple and is the featured album on this show. We also preview the excellent new album from ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Samo Salamon: Three At Once (Freequestra, Trio, & Rotten Girlz)

Read "Samo Salamon: Three At Once (Freequestra, Trio, & Rotten Girlz)" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


The adventurous (and prolific) Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon has outdone himself in both departments, releasing three albums in the same month. They are a diverse collection: an eleven-piece free jazz orchestra; a chamber trio of viola, acoustic guitars and drums; and a “free modern jazz punk avantgarde groove quartet" (Salamon's description), with a vocalist and the ...

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BRGS Time - Bas Trio

Label: Splasc(H) Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Another B Flash; Tears Of New York; Cold Room; Crazy Neighbours; I'm Stuck; Klopotec; Mushroom Therapy; Bad Mouse; The Shy One; Wet Socks.

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Article: Album Review

Jaka Berger: BRGS Time - Bas Trio

Read "BRGS Time - Bas Trio" reviewed by Budd Kopman


There is a certain rough-hewn directness in BRGS Time, the extremely interesting and challenging debut recording from drummer Jaka Berger. Berger is described by his compatriot Samo Salamon as a self-taught musician, which means to me that he has not allowed schooling to trample his originality. While ostensibly led by Berger, the session ...

Album

BRGS Time - Bas Trio

Label: Splasc(H) Records
Released: 2006


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