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Article: Live Review

JJ Grey & Mofro, Jonny Lang and The North Mississippi Allstars at The Paramount

Read "JJ Grey & Mofro, Jonny Lang and The North Mississippi Allstars at The Paramount" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante


JJ Grey & Mofro, Jonny Lang and The North Mississippi Allstars The Paramount Huntington, NY July 16, 2015 On a warm July evening, just prior to the summer's first “real" heat wave, JJ Grey & Mofro, Jonny Lang and the North Mississippi Allstars touched down in Huntington, NY ...

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Article: Album Review

Vijay Iyer: Far from Over

Read "Far from Over" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Vijay Iyer sounds so evolved and invigorating with each release that it's easy to forget that his eye-opening debut Memorophilia, Asian Improv Records) was two-plus decades ago. Think about it, Blood Sutra, Historicity, Accelerando, Tirtha... But over the course of his ECM five disc career (beginning with 2014's Mutations), there has been a little ...

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Article: Album Review

Marius Neset/London Sinfonietta: Snowmelt

Read "Snowmelt" reviewed by Ian Patterson


That Marius Neset would eventually produce an extended orchestral-inspired work had been on the cards for some time. As early as his debut as leader, Suite for the Seven Mountains (Calibrated, 2008), the Norwegian saxophonist was incorporating strings into a contemporary jazz setting with a very personal stamp of authority. The extraordinary Birds (Edition Records, 2013) ...

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We Who Had Left

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Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. We Also Dress Today; 02. We Arrange Our Home; 03. We Cannot Imagine; 04. We See Infancy; 05. When They Are Overhead; 06.Waltz For Debby.

Article: Album Review

Alessandro Bosetti - Chris Abrahams: We Who Had Left

Read "We Who Had Left" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Si incontrano su un terreno innervato da straordinarie tensioni espressive Alessandro Bosetti e Chris Abrahams. Sperimentatore elettronico tra i più originali in circolazione il primo, pianista e improvvisatore dei mitici The Necks il secondo. Ironicamente nelle note di accompagnamento al progetto, evocano la pomposità del recital pianistico e del divismo vocale lirico, un mondo che sembra ...

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News: Performance / Tour

A Moonlight Dinner Dance with The Jazz Lobsters in Asbury Park (NJ) on April 16

NEW HARMONIES TRAVELING EXHIBITION CULMINATES WITH MOONLIGHT DINNER DANCE The Jazz Lobsters to Headline Live Music Event at Tim McLoone's Supper Club ASBURY PARK, NJ—A six-week celebration of American roots music in Asbury Park will conclude with a big-band event at Tim McLoone's Supper Club on the Asbury Boardwalk. Aptly titled “A Moonlight Dinner Dance," the ...

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Article: Album Review

JJ Grey & Mofro: Georgia Warhorse

Read "Georgia Warhorse" reviewed by Doug Collette


Recorded in the same studio (Retrophonics) with the same producer (Dan Prothero) as all of JJ Grey & Mofro's previous works, Georgia Warhorse constitutes an overview of the band's whole career. The CD strikes an effective balance between the swampy blues of early albums like Lochloosa (Alligator, 2007) and the authentic R&B/soul music that filled the ...

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Article: Album Review

Los Lobos: Tin Can Trust

Read "Tin Can Trust" reviewed by John Kelman


Prolificity ain't all it's cracked up to be. With but a dozen studio releases in three decades, Los Lobos' discography may be small, but combines substance and style. Since the breakthrough How Will the Wolf Survive? (Slash, 1984) and massive radio hit--a re-visioning of Richie Valens' classic “La Bamba," from the 1987 bio-pic of the same ...


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