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Nate Wood

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No doubt, Wood is a wildly endowed and original musician." -Steve Krugman (hollywooddrum.com) Nate is a founding member of the Grammy nominated quintet Kneebody. Kneebody released their self titled debut album in 2005 on trumpeter Dave Douglas’s label Greenleaf Music. In 2007, Kneebody released “Low Electrical Worker” on Colortone Media. They completed an album of arrangements of Charles Ives compositions with singer Theo Bleckmann and released the recording “12 Songs of Charles Ives” which was nominated “Best Classical Crossover Album” Grammy Award (2009, Winter and Winter). Kneebody’s latest record “The Line” was released on Concord Records in 2013

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Anatomy

Label: Contagious Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: Abstract 1; Fight Song; Nightfall; Equals; Abstract 2; Perseverance; Exit; Abstract 3; Speed Kills; Moonglow.

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Article: Live Review

Trio Grande At Magy's Farm

Read "Trio Grande At Magy's Farm" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Trio Grande Magy's Farm Dromara, N. Ireland November 28, 2022 Set in the rolling drumlins of County Down with farmland rising and falling on all sides, a couple of weathered donkeys looking on and the Mourne Mountains rising majestically ahead, Magy's Farm, it is safe to say, is not quite ...

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Article: Interview

Gary Husband: The Gemini Dimension

Read "Gary Husband: The Gemini Dimension" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


Even if forced to count just one of the two musical associations he's most noted for--a 35-year long relationship playing with the late Allan Holdsworth, and a 15-year long (and counting) stint in John McLaughlin's 4th Dimension--Gary Husband would still easily make many people's musician watchlist. But with both to his credit, (each on a different ...

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Article: Album Review

Billy Mohler: Anatomy

Read "Anatomy" reviewed by John Chacona


Can we please retire the old cliché about jazz from jny: Los Angeles being limp, wan and bland? One listen to pianist Cameron Graves' slamming metal-jazz or to the jittery complexity of David Binney's recent releases should be enough to torch that outdated canard. Now comes bassist Billy Mohler with Anatomy, 43 minutes of amped-up, torqued-out ...

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Article: In Pictures

Torino Jazz Festival 2021

Read "Torino Jazz Festival 2021" reviewed by Antonio Baiano


Article: Live Review

Torino Jazz Festival 2021

Read "Torino Jazz Festival 2021" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Torino Varie sedi 19—27.06.2021 Il grande successo di pubblico ottenuto dal Torino Jazz Festival 2021, spostato dalla fine di aprile alla fine di giugno, dimostra quanto fosse impellente la fame di musica dal vivo, nonostante le precauzioni da prendere contro una pandemia tutt'altro che debellata definitivamente. D'altra parte bisogna ammettere che il ...

Album

High Heart

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: High Heart; Burning Bright; Kindly; Less; Drawn Away; Fearsome; Darling;

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Who Is Louis Cole

Read "Who Is Louis Cole" reviewed by Leo Sidran


Multi instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, arranger, video maker, surrealist, funk monkey, producer and personality Louis Cole on where he came from, what he's doing now, and where he hopes to go. Along the way he touches on writing “nostalgic music that feels almost like a memory of something that never happened," overcoming fear, being a better person, ...

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Article: Album Review

Ben Wendel: High Heart

Read "High Heart" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


If Ben Wendel's fifth outing as a leader High Heart shows anything, it's that the saxophonist is ever advancing. While this may seem a fait accompli for a card-carrying member of the shapeshifting collective Kneebody, Wendel's worthy solo efforts have been notably more in a traditionally-sounding vein and thus his innovations were perhaps a bit less ...


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