Results for "Mark Alban Lotz"
By Mark Lotz
Label: ZenneZ Records Berthold records
Track listing: Freshta (For Freshta Kohistani); Malalai (For Malalai Joya); Malala (For Malala Yousafzai); Durga’s Lalit (For Durga Gawde); Nasrin (For Nasrin Sotoudeh); Isabel (For Isabel Cabanillas de la Torre); Wangari (For Wangarĩ Muta Maathai); Frouzan (For Frouzan Safi); Mahbouba (For Mahbouba Seraj); Hasina (For Hasina Saifi Rastgaar); For Viji (For Viji Penkoottu);
by Mike Jurkovic
There's a curious sense of humor rampant throughout flautist Mark Lotz's 2023 trio outing Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out!. And why shouldn't there be? Given the nature of Lotz's inspiration--acid folk-hero Timothy Leary's era defining treatise by the same title--the music should be that and a whole lot more. And it is!
by Martin Longley
Amersfoort World Jazz Festival Amersfoort, Netherlands August 9-15, 2021 As with so many festivals during the last 18 months, the Amersfoort World Jazz Festival was forced to concentrate on local talent. Although steering away from big name international visitors, this summer edition offered a prime opportunity to familiarise our ears ...
by Maurice Hogue
This episode hones in on some of the fine artists recorded by Audio Cave, an independent label based in Krakow, Poland. They've been in operation since 2012, releasing a mix of genres. Much attention is paid to the finished products' sound, as you'll hear in the music from the likes of the Oles Brothers, Mark Alban ...
by Don Phipps
Mark Alban Lotz has infused his album The Wroclaw Sessions with a collection of standards, classics and four originals (three of which he co-wrote) that explore a wide range of musical styles. Aided by bassist Grzegorz Piasecki and drummer Wojciech Buliński, Lotz easily makes transitions over a diverse musical terrain, which includes numbers such as Sam ...
by Mark Corroto
Mark Alban Lotz is bringing sexy back into jazz with his trio recording The Wroclaw Sessions. The German born / Dutch resident draws from not only jazz but folk and classical influences for these nine tracks, four of which are originals. It's sexy because the music conveys a certain charisma or musical pheromone fashioned to affect ...
by Maurice Hogue
There's a slight Chicago flavour to this episode. Drummer Charles Rumback hooked up with noted New Orleans bassist James Singleton for Rumback's latest recording, Cadillac Turns. In an odd twist of strange, Singleton approached a jet-lagged Rumback in a bar in Sydney Australia and said he had seen Rumback playing in a Chicago bar a few ...