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Jim Hart

Originally from Cornwall, Jim Hart began playing drums and piano at age four and soon furthered this to include tuned and orchestral percussion. A founder member of London’s LOOP collective he is one of the most in demand musicians on the British scene as a soloist and and as a sideman on both drums and vibes. He is also busy with his own projects - Gemini and The Jim Hart Quartet and has several recordings out under his own name. Jim has toured extensively with many visiting American musicians in the last few years including Ralph Alessi, Joel Frahm, Jaleel Shaw, Terrel Stafford and Richie Barshay and he was recently a special guest with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Centre Jazz Orchestra as part of their London residency with the Barbican centre

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Article: Album Review

Arbenz X Vistel / Moutin: Conversation #4 (Vulcanized)

Read "Conversation #4 (Vulcanized)" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Prompted by the pandemic, drummer and percussionist Florian Arbenz has set out to document 12 Conversations with musicians invited into his Basel, Switzerland recording studio. Conversation #1: Condensed was a trio with Brazilian guitarist Nelson Veras and American trumpeter Hermon Mehari. Conversation #2 & #3 found Arbenz with British vibraphonist Jim Hart and Swiss bassist Jim ...

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Conversation #2: Oracle / Conversation #3: Neologism

Label: Hammer Recordings
Released: 2021
Track listing: Triptych; Wooden Lines; Homenaje; Freedom Jazz Dance; Between Times; Evidence; Ramprasad; Jammin' In The Children's Corner; Ode To The Sentimental Knowledge; Rhenos; Grace Of Gravity; Epistrophy

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Glimpses of Truth

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Rise of The Lizard People; Strega; Broken Brains; Phasing Song; Persevere Part 1; Persevere Part 2; Ghostly Figure.

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Ivo Neame: Glimpses of Truth

Read "Glimpses of Truth" reviewed by Chris May


"The Rise of The Lizard People," the title of the scene-setting opening track on Ivo Neame's Glimpses Of Truth, was prompted by an article Neame read which claimed that 12 million Americans believe that interstellar lizards run the United States. Only 12 million? In a country with a population approaching 332 million, around half of whose ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Johnathan Blake, Florian Arbenz, Pat Metheny, Giorgio LiCalzi & Other New Releases

Read "Johnathan Blake, Florian Arbenz, Pat Metheny, Giorgio LiCalzi & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


A delightful end-of-summer menu of electro-acoustic new releases, building bridges between yesterday, today and tomorrow, visionary guitar and trumpet players, drummers and vibraphone synergies, and more music from the late Frank Kimbrough. Happy listening! Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Kenny Garrett “Hargrove" Sounds from ...

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Article: Album Review

Arbenz, Hart, Känzig: Conversation #2: Oracle / Conversation #3: Neologism

Read "Conversation #2: Oracle / Conversation #3: Neologism" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


While much of the world was in lockdown and many musicians didn't have a chance to play live, Swiss drummer Florian Arbenz found a way to keep his creative juices flowing. He envisioned a series of twelve albums, each featuring musical conversations between a different group of musicians. Conversation #1: Condensed (Hammer 2021) featured guitar, trumpet, ...

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What's Not Enough About That

Label: Vula Viel Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: My Own Skin; Bird in Kumasi; Grow; Home; What's Not Enough About That?; Forget and Forgive; More is More; Six Days in One;

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Multiverse

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Moksha; The Exchange; Au Contraire; Room 1003; Serie de Arco; Transference; Back Home.

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Won't Put No Flag Out

Label: BMC Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Won’t Put No Flag Out; Except the Velvet Flag; La Tigresse; Give the Soul Some Rest; Justine; Over the Rainbow; Abstract Love Song; Outcast; Bring Me Moon; Kauas pilvat karkavaat; Justine, Again; The Fuel of Life.


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