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Video: Brew Moore, 1961

Video: Brew Moore, 1961

Many tenor saxophonists in the late 1940s and '50s played like Lester Young—once they figured out how to run alternate melody lines on the chord changes of standards and blues in the upper register. One of the San Francisco's foremost disciples of Young was Brew Moore. He was so enamored of Young, he held his saxophone ...

Live In Europe

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Wee See; Snape Maltings; Scuttlers; Skipping; Bristol Fog; Newklypso; The Big Easy; Miyako; Black Nile; Blue Monk.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gard Nilssen's Acoustic Unity: Live In Europe

Read "Live In Europe" reviewed by John Sharpe

Norwegian drummer Gard Nilssen formed Acoustic Unity back in 2014 to assuage his desire to compose and lead in a pure jazz setting. The initial get together with saxophonist André Roligheten and bassist Petter Eldh was so successful that it yielded the well-received Firehouse (Clean Feed, 2015). That achievement gives rise to an audacious gambit for ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fred Hersch Trio: Live In Europe

Read "Live In Europe" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Fred Hersch's 2009 recording, Whirl (Palmetto Records), was where pure magic first occurred in the pianist's extensive and consistently superb discography. That particular outing introduced his now long-standing trio with bassist John Hebert and drummer Eric McPherson. Alive At the Vanguard (2012), Floating (2014), and Sunday Night At The Vanguard (2016) by the group followed, all ...

Live In Europe

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: (CD 1) When Pigs Fly; Hymne; Roundtrip; Mormor; Rushen; Gammal Rottegift; Jack; Zig Zag; (CD2) Summer Ale; Rushen; Gammal Rottegift; Hymne; Roundtrip; Zig Zag; Salad Days; (CD 3) Hymne; Roundtrip; Mormor; When Pigs Fly; Utleiemegleren; Zig Zag; Adam's Ale.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gard Nilssen: Live In Europe

Read "Live In Europe" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Clocking in at just a minute over two-hours of music, the three CDs (or LPs, if you'd like) that make up Live in Europe provide an audacious excursion into creative music. The drummer, known for his work in multiple groups such as the quartets Cortex and Starlite Motel, Bushman's Revenge, Zanussi Five, and the Trondheim Jazz ...

Live In Europe

Label: Victor
Released: 2009

Live in Europe

Label: ARC - Artists Recording Collective
Released: 2009
Track listing: Elvin's Circle; Rag Tag; Dance in the Question; Shifting Sands; Stealth; Remembering Shirley.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeff "Siege" Siegel: Live in Europe

Read "Live in Europe" reviewed by Karen Hogg

Drummer/composer Jeff Siegel's Live in Europe presents highlights from two radio shows recorded overseas in 2005. Siegel's quartet--tenor saxophonist Erica Lindsay, pianist Francesca Tanksley and bassist Danton Boller--perform four of Siegel's compositions as well as tunes by Tanksley and Lindsay. Lindsay's opening “Elvin's Circle" is a moody, propulsive tribute to the great drummer ...


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