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Konstrukt

KONSTRUKT is: Korhan Futacı: reeds, flutes, voice; Umut Çağlar: guitar, organ, moog, double reeds, violin, flutes, percussion; Barlas Tan Özemek: electric bass; Berke Can Özcan: drums, cymbals, percussion.

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New music from Wojtek Mazolewski

Read "New music from Wojtek Mazolewski" reviewed by Bob Osborne

On this show the featured release is the latest album by Wojtek Mazolewski Following the rhapsodic response to his debut Whirlwind release--a deluxe edition of Polka which, internationally, broke through into dance clubs and rock and indie festivals--the double bassist now focuses attention on the music of his compatriot Krzysztof Komeda (1931--1969), a legend ...

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Rantzer, Ballantyne, Millaci, Tonbruket and More

Read "Rantzer, Ballantyne, Millaci, Tonbruket and More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

At the heart of this week's show are albums by Tito Mangialajo Rantzer and Andy Ballantyne both of which include dedications to famous jazz musicians. Amongst other material there is also new music from Giuseppe Millaci & Vogue Trio and Tonbruket. Playlist Tito Mangialajo Rantzer “After Sam" from Dedications (Solista Records) 00:00 Andy ...

Molto Bene

Label: Holidays Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Mercan; Alarm; ToiToi; Anjio.

L.O.T.U.S.

Label: Omlott
Released: 2017
Track listing: Side A: Free-flowing; Ararat; Side B: Konfrontations; Rumi; Domino; Side C: Bahia; Far Side Of The Mountain; Bits And Pieces; Side D: Ancestors´ Song; Exit; White Lotus.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Konstrukt: L.O.T.U.S.

Read "L.O.T.U.S." reviewed by Mark Corroto

With each new Konstrukt release I get anxious, wondering just where these Istanbul musicians, and current bearers of the free jazz banner, are headed next? To our Western ears, they seemingly arrived from nowhere. Turkish free jazz, really? But it didn't take long before we became familiar with names like guitarist Umut Çağlar, saxophonist Korhan Futacı, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Konstrukt: Molto Bene

Read "Molto Bene" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Many listeners still cannot fathom the concept of Turkish free jazz. Consider though, the origins of free jazz both in North American. The United States claims John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler, and Cecil Taylor. But let us recognize that Europe produced Evan Parker (England), Bengt Nordström (Sweden), John Tchicai (Denmark), Peter Brötzmann (Germany), ...

The Message: Live At Kargart

Label: Holidays Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Side A: Part I; Side B: Part II; Side C: Part III; Side D: Part IV.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Konstrukt & Peter Brötzmann: The Message: Live At Kargart

Read "The Message: Live At Kargart" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Breathe, just keep breathing, you tell yourself as the latest offering from the free jazz saviors spins on the turntable. Pressed in an edition of just 200 LPs, The Message: Live At Kargart is a treasure of sound. Actually it is more than just sound, it is an independent self-contained space craft carrying music from a ...

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Various Artists: The Boston Creative Jazz Scene 1970-1983

Read "The Boston Creative Jazz Scene 1970-1983" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Though jny: New York City remains first and foremost in everyone's mind as the “Jazz Capital of the World," aficionados know that many other cities in the US and abroad support significant and artistically important jazz communities. Boston looms large among the most important jazz cities, worldwide. The birthplace of Harry Carney, Roy Haynes, George Russell, ...


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