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Label: Va Fongool
Released: 2014
Track listing: Endless Bovis; Cream Corn Wand; Star City; Live And Let Live; Let's Toast!

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Ich Bin N!ntendo: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

A year has passed since Norwegian punk-jazz trio Ich Bin N!ntendo released its debut release with Swedish sax titan Mats Gustafsson and fortunately little has changed in its uncompromising, raw approach. The worries that the Nintendo corporation might sue the trio evaporated and its members gathered experience in less tougher and noisier outfits--guitarist Christian Skår Winther ...

Look

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2007
Track listing: Near Cry; It's Just a Toy; At the Seams; Hands; The Tooth Fairy and Pistol Pete; Lap Nap; Brown Hat; Look; Words, Actions; Platform Velvet; Old Beady Eyes; Sir.

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At the Seams

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Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2007
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Ralph Alessi & This Against That: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ralph Alessi è uno di cui ci si può fidare. Musicista solido e capace; improvvisatore intelligente e misurato, side-man richiesto ed apprezzato per la propria versatilità e capacità di mettersi al servizio della musica degli altri (tra i suoi mentori ci sono Uri Caine, Don Byron, Steve Coleman, Sam Rivers e Fred Hersch). Insomma, il classico ...

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Ralph Alessi & This Against That: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by J Hunter

Is it possible to be structured and free at the same time? If you say “No, then you need to take a long look at Look, the latest release from Ralph Alessi & This Against .Alessi's airy horn was a key component of the boundary-stretching Uri Caine Ensemble Plays Mozart (Winter & Winter, 2007). Look shows ...

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Ralph Alessi & This Against That: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

An integral part of projects led by pianist Uri Caine and saxophonists Steve Coleman and Ravi Coltrane since the early '90s, and a founder of the School for Improvised Music (SIM), trumpeter Ralph Alessi nevertheless remains under the radar. Look, just his fourth release as a leader, convincingly counters this oversight. Alessi is ...

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Ralph Alessi & This Against That: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Like the angelic blast of Gabriel's horn, trumpeter Ralph Alessi plays his mortal trumpet with exhilaration and sublime finesse. A popular session player, he has heightened recordings like Scott Colley's Archtiect of the Silent Moment (CamJazz, 2007) and Simone Guiducci's Dancin' Roots (Felmay, 2005). Alessi's own recordings as a leader--including Vice & Virtue ...

Look

Label: Lost Planet Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Diaginal Blue, Complicated, Rocking Chair, Full Blast, Out of Nowhere

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Paul Nelson: Look

Read "Look" reviewed by Martin Forssman

Remember this name Paul Nelson - if you are not already familiar with Paul's music you soon will be!! This guy can play, really play. You may remember him from his recording days with Liege Lord as their lead guitarist extraordinaire or from dates as a hired gun with dozens of national acts or featured in ...


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