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Article: Album Review

Enrico Rava - Joe Lovano: Roma

Read "Roma" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Pristinely recorded in November 2018, at Rome's Auditorium Parco della Musica, Roma rises from fertile, anticipatory mists like a great host of ECM recordings past, present, and future do and will. Quietly coalescing around the polyphonic, noir-impressionism of master Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava's vaporous “Interiors" are Rava's masterful saxophone counterpart Joe Lovano, accompanied by the avant ...

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Article: Live Review

Andy Hague Quintet at The Bronx Bar

Read "Andy Hague Quintet at The Bronx Bar" reviewed by Barry Witherden


Andy Hague Quintet Bronx Bar and Restaurant Teignmouth, Devon June 7, 2018 After two exotic imports (Sur Ecoute from France and Duski from Wales) Teignmouth Jazz and Blues Club went relatively local for their latest booking... Bristol-based trumpeter Andy Hague. Hague fronts other groups, including medium-sized Afro-Cuban/salsa bands and Silverado, a ...

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Tedeschi Trucks Band: Little Rock, AR, July 15, 2012

Read "Tedeschi Trucks Band: Little Rock, AR, July 15, 2012" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Tedeschi Trucks BandRobinson AuditoriumLittle Rock, ArkansasJuly 15, 2012The post-millennial Allman Brothers Band has given rise to a number of notable side projects. Among these offshoots are guitarist Warren Haynes' projects Gov't Mule and The Warren Haynes Band, bassist Oteil Burbridge's Oteil and the Pacemakers, drummer Jai Johanny Johanson's Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, ...

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Cuong Vu 4-Tet: Leaps of Faith

Read "Leaps of Faith" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


The order and presentation of music on a recording or in a recital are every bit as important in the music producer's skill set as is choosing what music to include. Had trumpeter Cuong Vu introduced his Vu-Tet's Leaps of Faith with the title piece, or “Child-Like (for Vina)," it would have been easy to dismiss ...

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Roxy Coss: Roxy Coss

Read "Roxy Coss" reviewed by Edward Blanco


There is no question that women musicians have, and continue to play, a major role in jazz--from composers and band leaders such as Maria Schneider to renowned pianist Marian McPartland,--but few make their mark as saxophonists. Roxy Coss is a New York-based saxophonist who, with her self-titled debut, joins the likes of Anat Cohen, Mary Fettig, ...

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Meg Okura and the Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble: Naima

Read "Naima" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


John Coltrane's original recording of “Naima" is extraordinarily beautiful, and it's possible that he never envisioned such a breathtaking version being played so many years after it had been composed. So hats off to the Japanese-born violinist and erhu player, Meg Okura, for conjuring up that version. As wave after wave of the song's melody unfolds ...

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Michael Dease: Grace

Read "Grace" reviewed by Larry Taylor


This could be the break-out album for trombonist Michael Dease, his music and style putting him in the company of trombone legends including Jack Teagarden, J.J. Johnson,. Kai Winding and Curtis Fuller. On Grace, Dease is anchored by a very able rhythm crew, including pianist Cyrus Chestnut, bassist Rufus Reid, and drummer Gene ...

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Chris Colangelo: Elaine's Song

Read "Elaine's Song" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Representing the second album in a decade for Los Angeles-based bassist Chris Colangelo, Elaine's Song documents seven original compositions that he has been working on for two years; time well spent, considering the caliber of the charts. Though the originals are the meat of this musical endeavor, the most ambitious piece of the album, “Falling Grace" ...

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Aaron Goldberg: Home

Read "Home" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Home by the young pianist Aaron Goldberg, is a gorgeous album of songs. The music here proffers many moods. It is sharp, and probes the density of emotions--from happiness, and one's unique identity, to the loss of both. It is a poignant search for a home for the heart, the soul and the restless mind. The ...

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ART-i-Facts: Great Performances from 40 Years of Jazz at NEC

Read "ART-i-Facts: Great Performances from 40 Years of Jazz at NEC" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Various Artists ART-i-Facts: Great Performances from 40 Years of Jazz at NEC New England Conservatory 2010 For almost 150 years the New England Conservatory has been a repository of learning for musicians from around the world. The institution has maintained a fine sense of history and 40 years ago began ...


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