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Love In The Form Of Sacred Outrage

Label: ESP Disk
Released: 2022
Track listing: Baraka Suite (for Amiri Baraka): Mvt. 1 Meditation On Earth; Mvt. 2 In nThe Theater; Mvt. 3 Who? Who? Who?; Mvt. 4 Stride out And Dig; Mvt. 5 Few Worlds Ahead; Mvt. 6 There Me Go; Love in the Form of Sacred Outrage [for Fannie Lou Harner); Pretty Flowers; Propagating the Same Type of Madness, that uh... [for Fred Hampton).

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News: Event

Jazz At Atlas Kicks Off 2019 Season With Thumbscrew

Jazz At Atlas Kicks Off 2019 Season With Thumbscrew

This cooperative project features a trio of gifted musicians and composers—guitarist Mary Halvorson, bassist Michael Formanek and drummer/percussionist Tomas Fujiwara—performing their own compositions and selected standards with an exacting prowess wed to a liberated swing that is glorious to behold. Thumbscrew performs on Saturday, March 30 at 8 PM. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 ...

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Article: Album Review

Michael Moss's Accidental Orchestra: Helix

Read "Helix" reviewed by Troy Dostert


A longtime contributor to the New York jazz scene whose roots go back to Sam Rivers's loft era of the 1970s, clarinetist and composer Michael Moss has typically worked in a small-group context, especially via his most well-known ensembles, Four Rivers and the New York Free Quartet. But on Helix, he's got more ambitious goals in ...

Article: Interview

A dialogo con Giancarlo Mazzù e Luciano Troja

Read "A dialogo con Giancarlo Mazzù e Luciano Troja" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Il chitarrista calabrese Giancarlo Mazzù e il pianista siciliano Luciano Troja formano ormai da molti anni una coppia artistica molto affiatata. Messisi in luce nell'interessante quartetto Mahanada, che realizzò tre album tra il 2004 e il 2008 (leggi la recensione di Mahanatta), i due hanno poi consolidato la loro intesa artistica pubblicando i due volumi di ...

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Article: Album Review

Thollem McDonas: Meeting At The Parting Place

Read "Meeting At The Parting Place" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Coming at improvisational music from the classical realm, pianist Thollem McDonas remains resolutely outside of the main stream of the jazz world. Primarily inspired by, as he puts it in his liner notes to Meeting at the Parting Place, ..."European concert music from the Renaissance to the 20th Century and jazz, particularly of the '60s and ...

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Article: Album Review

Michael Bisio: Accortet

Read "Accortet" reviewed by John Sharpe


A history of the accordion in jazz would be a slight volume. The accordion sits midway between horn and keyboard, and perhaps it's a surprise given its versatility that it doesn't have a higher profile. Klezmer influenced companies apart, the rollcall at the exploratory end of the spectrum would include Anthony Braxton (of course), The Claudia ...

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Article: Album Review

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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Article: Album Review

Michael Bisio: Accortet

Read "Accortet" reviewed by Troy Collins


Named after its unusual instrumentation, Accortet is the eponymous debut of a quartet led by renowned contrabassist Michael Bisio, featuring the unique frontline of accordion and cornet, played by Art Bailey and Kirk Knuffke, respectively, with Michael Wimberly manning the drums. An in-demand sideman among free jazz luminaries such as Joe McPhee, Ivo Perelman and Matthew ...

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Article: Interview

Daniel Schnyder: The Anatomy of an Opera: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird Suite

Read "Daniel Schnyder: The Anatomy of an Opera: Charlie Parker’s Yardbird  Suite" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Saxophonist Charlie Parker revolutionized the world of music with his legendary approach to jazz. Unfortunately, his life was much too short and filled with tragedy. In 1955, Parker died at the age of 34 from excessive drug use. He died in the apartment of the Baroness Nica von Koenigswarter in New York City, but ironically his ...


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