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Against All Odds

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Against All Odds; Flowering; Waiting; Dear Gaia; No Name Days; Threnody; Angst

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Article: Album Review

Jared Sims: Against All Odds

Read "Against All Odds" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Any tenor saxophonist with the surname Sims is certain to draw the attention of a seasoned reviewer, if only out of curiosity. The first name in this instance is Jared, not Zoot (well, not John). As it turns out, Sims has an impressive resume as a performer, writer, educator and leader; Against All Odds is at ...

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Against All Odds

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 04:15

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Time Travelers

Label: N/A
Released: 2020

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The New Immigrant Experience

Label: Tapestry Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD1: Introduction; Did You Eat?; Their Stories Have Never Been Told; An Education to Begin With; A Part and Not the Other; Survivor’s Guilt. CD2: It’s Just Lines on the Ground; Built on Thin Air; Crossing Barriers; These Things That Are Taken for Granted; Coda.

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Did You Eat?

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Label: Tapestry Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 7:32

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Take Five with Markus Rutz

Read "Take Five with Markus Rutz" reviewed by Markus Rutz


Meet Markus Rutz Markus Rutz plays trumpet with bluesy, soulful style and a tone that has been called gorgeous. He composes music from his home base in jny: Chicago, Illinois where he also performs modern jazz. As described by Downbeat's J.D. Considine, with his “big, dark tone and a fluid ease to his phrasing," trumpet player, ...

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MIT Jazz Program Celebrates 50 Years With A Corea Premiere

MIT Jazz Program Celebrates 50 Years With A  Corea Premiere

MIT Music and Theater Arts is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its jazz program. From the 1920s up until 1963, student-led jazz groups and student-produced concerts abounded on the MIT Campus. Over the years, the jazz groups included the MIT Dance Orchestra, the MIT Techtonians, and the MIT Jazz Society. On campus performances were presented by ...

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Article: Album Review

New World Jazz Composers Octet: Breaking News

Read "Breaking News" reviewed by Andrew J. Sammut


The New World Jazz Composers Octet thrives on the old school idea of jazz composition as conduit to great jazz performance, and its third album, Breaking News, puts theory to practice from the outset with Matthew Nicholl's “Poco Picasso." The jutting melodic angles and tightly orchestrated front line arrest on their own merits, while also spurring ...


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