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The Mighty Unlikely

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2020
Track listing: Les Orielles; Extraterrestrials Calling Home; Jakubian; Procrastination Canon; The Weirdness of You; Progress Is Rushing In; 8 Hungry Birds & A Sick Weasel; Material Reality; You Don't Know (What Love Is).

Crumbling

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2020
Track listing: November Tune; The Fifth Mode; Crumbling; Ballad For Eli; He Must Go, And He Goes; Sicilian Flower; U74; Traceless Rails, Traceless Waters.

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Yaroslav Likhachev: Crumbling

Read "Crumbling" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

It was no one other than Benny Golson, who happened to be gigging in Siberia of all places, that turned young classical pianist Yaroslav Likhachev into a pure jazz enthusiast. Morphed him into a tenor saxophonist whose first outing, the craftily confident Crumbling, will have you pre-ordering it's inevitable follow-up. And that's because Likhachev, ...

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Lisa Hoppe's Third Reality: The Mighty Unlikely

Read "The Mighty Unlikely" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Without giving away any professional secrets, it is quite often that any beat-pounding pundit or wily curmudgeon--pick several thousand if you like, there's billions out there--will come at an artist with certain prejudices and expectations. And so it is with German bassist Lisa Hoppe. Having heard her unusual yet oddly soothing explorations on such discs as ...

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Die Parzäros: La Cachaca

Read "La Cachaca" reviewed by Phillip Woolever

Die Parzäros is a Colombian trio currently based in Cologne after studying music in Germany. This album serves as a positive introduction to the band's Latin-based jazz-rock sound and, while the band is already noteworthy, indicates the likelihood of them reaching even higher levels in the future. The trio consists of guitarist and principal composer Juan-Pablo ...

La Cachaca

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2019
Track listing: Galleguiando; Tosqué; Madera Negra; Tanz der Kamele; Kama de Shrekens; El Cuarto; Tunel; Un Porrito para Noica; Q'hubo Pues; La Rebuscona; La Cachaca Galleguiando.

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Baum Mitnehmen

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Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2018
Duration: 04:35

James Banner's USINE

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2018
Track listing: Waltz; Usine; Baum Mitnehmen; Rests; 12345; Meow Meow Meow; Lewiston; Almost Moon, Restless Leaves, The Wind Falls; Trunk; Interlude 1; A Gallon Of Wine; Nausea -> Vomiting; Vigil.

Postcard Collection

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2018
Track listing: Postcard 10 Caracas; Postcard 11 Tucuman; Postcard 7 Berwick Upon Tweed; Postcard 8 Lima; Postcard 9 Kalavrita; Postcard aus Sclabendorf am See; Postcard 5 Bonn; Postcard No. 2: Berlin 1929.

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Hazel Leach / Composers' Orchestra Berlin: Postcard Collection

Read "Postcard Collection" reviewed by Jack Bowers

These picturesque “postcards" from composer / arranger Hazel Leach's well-appointed Composers' Orchestra Berlin are addressed to various locales in Europe and South America, presumably designed to echo musically the special nature of each site. Oddly enough, as there are only eight cards to be delivered, the album opens with Postcards 10 and 11, aimed at Caracas, ...


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