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Malcolm Creese

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Pat Metheny: From This Place

Read "From This Place" reviewed by John Kelman


It's been a full six years since Pat Metheny last released a studio recording. This, despite the guitarist who has become, in a career now in the midst of its fifth decade, one of the most famous and influential jazz guitarists of his (or, some would argue, any) generation, reportedly having enough material in the can ...

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Jazzahead! 2012

Read "Jazzahead! 2012" reviewed by John Kelman


Jazzahead! 2012Bremen, GermanyApril 19-22, 2012 While folks around the world debate the future of jazz--and, for that matter, what exactly jazz is and even what it should be called--an annual trade show in Bremen, Germany, now in its fifth year, has managed to demonstrate that jazz as a brand may be facing ...

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Niu's 1st International Bangkok Jazz Festival, Dec. 11-12, 2009

Read "Niu's 1st International Bangkok Jazz Festival, Dec. 11-12, 2009" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Niu's 1st International Bangkok Jazz Festival Baan Silom, Bangkok.

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British Pianist Gwilym Simcock Interviewed at AAJ

British Pianist Gwilym Simcock Interviewed at AAJ

Pianist/composer Gwilym Simcock has achieved a lot in a short time. His debut album as leader, Perception (Basho, 2007) was roundly praised as heralding the arrival of a significant new talent. Prior to that Simcock had captured attention for lighting up Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Tim Garland's Lighthouse Trio and Malcolm Creese's Acoustic Triangle. Awards and commissions ...

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Gwilym Simcock: It's All Just Music

Read "Gwilym Simcock: It's All Just Music" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Pianist/composer Gwilym Simcock has achieved a lot in a short time. His debut album as leader, Perception (Basho, 2007) was roundly praised as heralding the arrival of a significant new talent. Prior to that Simcock had captured attention for lighting up Bill Bruford's Earthworks, Tim Garland's Lighthouse Trio and Malcolm Creese's ...

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Article: Album Review

Gwilym Simcock: Blues Vignette

Read "Blues Vignette" reviewed by John Kelman


Around long enough that the phrase “coming late to jazz" is no longer relevant, pianist Gwilym Simcock's star has been rapidly rising on the British scene for the past seven years, as he continues to mine the nexus of a classical upbringing with his more recent “conversion" to jazz. All too often, young artists release albums ...

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3 Dimensions

Label: Audio-B Ltd.
Released: 2008
Track listing: Sanctuary For a Living Memory: The Power of Now, For Whom, Old Timer, Ringing the Changes, All Seasons; Fundero; Red Sky: The Calm: Darkening, Overhead 1 - The Eye, Overhead 2 - Passing; Singing Stones: Awakening, Gathering, Approaching, Arriving; The Moon for Her.

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Acoustic Triangle: 3 Dimensions

Read "3 Dimensions" reviewed by John Kelman


Britain's Acoustic Triangle has always operated with the distinct premise of playing only in environments acoustically suited for completely acoustic performances. Recording with the same devotion to making the room a fourth member of the group, with no post-production processing, the trio has gradually shifted further away from overt jazz references, with Resonance (Audio-B, 2005) moving ...

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Acoustic Triangle: Resonance

Read "Resonance" reviewed by John Kelman


In a 2003 interview, drummer Peter Erskine spoke about playing in concert halls with such inherently good acoustics that PA systems were unnecessary. “audiences love it, they absolutely love it. The world has gotten so noisy, and things have gotten so dense and assaultive, that people are grateful for a chance to rest their ...


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