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Luminescence

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2009
Track listing: Quantum; Candela; Parallax; Scattering; Luma; Opacity.

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Borah Bergman Trio: Luminescence

Read "Luminescence" reviewed by Nic Jones

The piano-bass-drums trio has become such a staple of jazz recording that it must be difficult for any trio to come up with something fresh. Borah Bergman and his crew accomplish this task, and whilst their work lacks the compositional integrity of the holy trinity of Thelonious Monk, Herbie Nichols, and Andrew Hill, there's enough substance ...

Luminescence

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2003
Track listing: You And I Are Disappearing; Ancestral Voyage-Mystery Succeed; Refracted Light And Grace; Blessing The Ride; Vignettes; Qualcosa Verso Azzurro; Occurrences, Places, Entities, And The Sea.

Luminescence

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Yemen 6:09 - Unbearable Distance 6:26 - Indifferent to Luxury 3:46 - Odd Birds 7:04 - Fer de Cordoba 3:19 - The Castle 4:46 - Nadya 4:11 - Spring Is Here 6:21 - Ergo Bibemus 3:51 - Once Upon a Time 7:45

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Daniel Carter: Luminescence

Read "Luminescence" reviewed by James Taylor

Daniel Carter is quickly, and quietly, becoming one of the most important players on the free jazz scene. But despite being a thirty year veteran of the NYC music community and having worked with everyone from Sun Ra to Medeski, Martin, and Wood, Carter remains largely an underground legend. Luminescence ...

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Daniel Carter and Reuben Radding: Luminescence

Read "Luminescence" reviewed by AAJ Staff

When historians look back at jazz around the turn of this century, they will have a hard time finding multi-instrumentalist Daniel Carter. That's because Carter has not made a single record as a leader. His outspoken collectivist orientation means that he only participates within a more open social context (such as the free improv groups TEST ...

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Tino Derado: Luminescence

Read "Luminescence" reviewed by AAJ Staff

In the interest of full disclosure, I should begin with a confession - the sight of an accordion sends shivers up my spine. As a child my father wanted me to learn the accordion so I could play Italian songs at “football" weddings. (If you're not familiar with the term “football" wedding, ask around.) Having heard ...


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