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John Law's New Congregation: These Skies In Which We Rust

Read "These Skies In Which We Rust" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

One of the things that is characteristic about British pianist John Law is that he does not stand still. He keeps on studying music and constantly adds new sounds and expressions to his vocabulary. So far, his career has included many highlights, among them, a series of solo piano albums influenced by plainchant ...

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John Law: Deeper into the Music

Read "John Law: Deeper into the Music" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Classical music and jazz are often perceived as two radically different art forms that cannot be merged. Historically, the idea of a so-called “third stream" that is able to combine the language of jazz and classical music into a coherent whole has proved rather difficult to translate into praxis, and yet it is undeniable that a ...

Four and Five

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 1999

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jon Lloyd: Four and Five

Read "Four and Five" reviewed by Robert Spencer

Alto and soprano saxophonist Jon Lloyd explains about this release that “the compositions for this group were designed to be played with less of a pulse-driven approach than my earlier work with the Jon Lloyd Quartet - the ebb and flow of the music takes place organically according to the direction each performer wishes to take." ...


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