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Jon Irabagon with Mike Pride: I Don't Hear Nothin' But the Blues

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L'immagine di copertina che ritrae un vecchio treno merci con due figure appollaiate sul tetto e il titolo così didascalico e perentorio farebbero pensare ad una qualche rivisitazione della musica delle radici nelle sue varie declinazioni ancorate al mito del viaggio e dell'avventura. Niente di più fuorviante perché il blues del titolo compare nel ruvido attacco ...

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Jon Irabagon with Mike Pride: I Don't Hear Nothin' But the Blues

Read "I Don't Hear Nothin' But the Blues" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Sometimes you don't need more than a sax and a drum set. Tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon--winner of the 2008 Thelonious Monk Saxophone Competition and a potent and articulate front man of the post-modern be-bop quartet Mostly Others Do The Killing--and versatile drummer Mike Pride--a collaborator of Anthony Braxton and punk outfits such as Millions of Dead ...

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Jon Irabagon with Mike Pride: I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues

Read "I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Without playing “name that tune," it is easy to mistake Jon Irabagon and Mike Pride's one song, 48-minute recording for one by Bill Laswell's Massacre. Same energy, same intensity, and volume, lots of volume. Funny, because this is an acoustic duo between saxophone and drums, while Massacre is a trio of drummer Charles Hayward, ...

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Jon Irabagon with Mike Pride: I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues

Read "I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues" reviewed by Troy Collins

The saxophone and drum duo has long been an established jazz tradition, with Interstellar Space (Impulse!, 1965), John Coltrane's legendary duet album with Rashied Ali, widely considered the format's archetype. Containing a single 47-and-a-half minute improvisation, I Don't Hear Nothin' But The Blues is tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon and drummer Mike Pride's bold contribution to the ...


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