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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. East Coasting by Charles Mingus 2. Spooning by Butch Morris 3. Gallop's Gallop by Thelonious Monk 4. OC's Humpty Dumpty in retrograde, played rubato with bass solo 5. Nouroog by Charles Mingus 6. Hornin' In by Thelonious Monk 7. I'm Afraid by Duke Ellington 8. La Placita by Marion Brown 9. We Diddit by Mal Waldron 10. In Walked Buckner by Roscoe Mitchell

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Lisa Mezzacappa: avantNOIR

Read "avantNOIR" reviewed by Nicola Negri

avantNOIR--an homage to the tradition of hard-boiled fiction and film noir? The imaginary soundtrack for an abstract crime novel? A reimagining of Fifties' jazz combos through the language of avant-garde? This new record by bassist Lisa Mezzacappa is all of the above and much, much more. Equally inspired by the hard-boiled novels of ...

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Lisa Mezzacappa & Nightshade: Cosmic Rift

Read "Cosmic Rift" reviewed by Troy Collins

Since relocating to San Francisco ten years ago, Staten Island-born bassist Lisa Mezzacappa has established herself as a commanding presence in the vibrant West Coast scene. Mezzacappa's pliant bass lines have provided a stalwart foundation for some of the Bay Area's most dynamic projects, ranging from the visceral excursions of her riotous garage jazz band Bait ...


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