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Vintage David S. Ware Trio Album To Be Released June 23 On AUM Fidelity

Vintage David S. Ware Trio Album To Be Released June 23 On AUM Fidelity

Live in New York, 2010 presents a tremendous one-night engagement by saxophone colossus David S. Ware and his latter day Trio in an intimate club setting – at Blue Note on October 4, 2010. This double- album features the complete night of music – one set per CD. Featuring his perennially steadfast musical partner William Parker ...

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Michael Bisio: Accortet

Read "Accortet" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There is a cartoon circulating the internet that depicts a criminal suspect being interrogated by police. Also in the room is a jazz bassist. The detective tells his partner, “he'll talk, everyone talks during the bass solo." That may be true, unless the bassist is Michael Bisio. Whether performing with pianist Matthew Shipp or saxophonist Ivo ...

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Perelman - Shipp - Dickey - Cleaver: Enigma

Read "Enigma" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Even though Brazilian tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman is a renowned powerhouse amid his gusty and highly energized mode of attack, he's an expert when it comes to reconfiguring melodic content and refreshing previously stated themes on-the-fly. Nonetheless, the principal basis for his craft is ingrained within the art of improvisation as he usually works within small ...


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