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Matt Ulery's Delicate Charms: Live at the Green Mill

Read "Live at the Green Mill" reviewed by Troy Dostert


One of the central figures of Chicago's thriving jazz scene, bassist Matt Ulery has cultivated fruitful relationships with a core of compatriots who embody the grit and beauty of the music coming out of the Windy City. He maintains a host of projects, one of the foremost being Delicate Charms, a group that released its self-titled ...

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Live at the Green Mill

Label: Woolgathering Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: We Are Just at the Limit; Oceans Away; The Arrival; Undertow; That Hideous Strength; Consumer of Time.

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Live At The Green Mill

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Richard

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Ari Brown: Live at the Green Mill

Read "Live at the Green Mill" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Storico esponente dell AACM di Chicago, il sassofonista Ari Brown ha inciso pochissimo in veste di leader (l'ultimo suo disco, Venus, risale a dieci anni fa) ma ha collaborato con nomi di primo piano della musica afroamericana (da Elvin Jones e Braxton fino a B.B.King e Chuck Berry) e sul finire degli anni ottanta è entrato ...

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Ari Brown: Live At The Green Mill

Read "Live At The Green Mill" reviewed by Mark Corroto


No need to command Ari Brown to make a joyful sound, he gladly obliges on this live date at the Green Mill in Chicago. The sixty-something saxophonist draws on the Chicago tenor tradition, along with spices from the 1960s sound of John Coltrane, Joe Henderson, and Eric Dolphy. Starting out on the windy south ...

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Live at the Green Mill

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Softly As In a Morning Sunrise (12:37)/ Killer Joe (15:58)/ Bubble House (10:41)/ Impressions (14:36)/ The Theme (12:26).

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Frank Catalano: Live at the Green Mill

Read "Live at the Green Mill" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Not so long ago an adversarial relationship between the so-called camps of mainstream and avant-garde was the talk of the jazz press. Ostensibly led by the preening mouthpiece of Wynton Marsalis many of the “young lions” were openly and sometimes virulently critical of their creative improvising counterparts on the freer side of the fence. Things have ...


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