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James Cammack: Where You At?

Read "James Cammack: Where You At?" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Oftentimes, it's only the passing of time that can offer true perspective. In years to come, bassist James Cammack may look back on 2012 as the year when--after over 30 years in the business--he truly began his musical adventure in earnest. After 29 years playing bass in the ensembles of piano legend Ahmad Jamal, Cammack was, ...

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James Polk: Recipes from the Doctor

Read "James Polk: Recipes from the Doctor" reviewed by Josep Pedro

Pianist Dr. James Polk's musical knowledge and worldwide experience spans over more than 50 years. His style, deeply-rooted in the blues, is an example of richness and experience. Polk came up along with a group of incredible Texan musicians; jazz and blues artists like David “Fathead" Newman, Russell Jacquet, Arnett Cobb, Don Wilkerson, and Ornette Coleman, ...

Entering Twilight

Label: Hypnos Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: Entering Twilight

Unity

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Forward, Flow, Return, In Then Out

Forgotten Places

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: A Slow Return, Resonant Landscape, Stolen Moment, Then & Now, Innocence Lost, Mineola Bay, Low & Clear, Malay, Luminous, Endless

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

James Johnson and Robert Scott Thompson: Forgotten Places

Read "Forgotten Places" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Fans of Harold Budd, Brian Eno, and Roger Eno piano with treatments works will enjoy this release. This, to date, is James Johnson’s most “mainstream, new agey, relaxation piano” release. It will have a very broad appeal to those afraid of weirder-voiced ambience or highly synthesized excursions. As Michael Allison aka Darshan Ambient is one of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

James Johnson: Entering Twilight

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I recently saw this release listed in a newsgroup as ambient music to fall asleep to -- I agree. This release of Johnson’s evokes that moment when you are coming down from awe or an intense epiphany. I mean it conveys that sense of relaxed but fading wonder, the in-between places of undirected contemplation.

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James Johnson: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Ever since hearing Johnson’s Surrender, which is in my top five fav ambient releases, I was eager to hear this earlier work. I can hear now, the proto-forms, faint traces and olde tracks that lead to his current ambient space excellence. This release opens with an incredibly similar sound to that found on ...

Forgotten Places

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2001


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