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Branford Marsalis Quartet To Reissue "Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In Amsterdam"

Branford Marsalis Quartet To Reissue "Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In Amsterdam"

This historic Marsalis Music CD/DVD, including a full performance by the Branford Marsalis Quartet at jny: Amsterdam's esteemed Bimhuis plus bonus interviews and audio-only disc, will be re-released on May 26 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original John Coltrane A Love Supreme album, released in February 1965. For Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Wolfe: The Whisperer

Read "The Whisperer" reviewed by Mark Corroto

You can always gauge a bassist-led recording by the players he attracts on the bandstand or in the studio. Proof of this premise is Ben Wolfe's latest, The Whisperer. Just like Charles Mingus had his Jaki Byard, Booker Ervin, and Dannie Richmond, and Dave Holland his Craig Taborn, Kevin Eubanks, and Eric Harland, Wolfe is also ...

Bob Lark Alumni Band / Bob Curnow / JazzMN Big Band

Read "Bob Lark Alumni Band / Bob Curnow / JazzMN Big Band" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Bob Lark and His Alumni Big BandReunionJazzed Media2012 As director for more than two decades of DePaul University's superb Jazz Ensemble, trumpeter Bob Lark has seen an endless parade of outstanding musicians pass through the ranks, which makes the first-ever Reunion of his Alumni Big Band a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eyal Vilner Big Band: Introducing The Eyal Vilner Big Band

Read "Introducing The Eyal Vilner Big Band" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Tel Aviv, Israel-born saxophonist, composer and bandleader Eyal Vilner moved to New York City in 2007 to continue his studies at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. After touring Israel in the summer of 2008, he decided to establish a New York version of his all-star Israeli big band. Enlisting fourteen of the city's ...

March of the Malcontents

Label: Smalls Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Boss Borden; Paris Waltz; Goooold; Feeding Off the Host Part 1; I Never Knew; Lovely to Look At; March of the Malcontents; Please; Make Believe; Sour and Ugly; What Is This Thing Called Love?; Thus This.

Reverse Engineer

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007
Track listing: Boss Borden; Paris Waltz; Goooold; Feeding Off the Host (Part 1); I Never Knew; Lovely to Look At; March of the Malcontents; Please; Make Believe; Sour & Ugly; What is This Thing Called Love?; Thus This.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ned Goold Quartet: March of the Malcontents

Read "March of the Malcontents" reviewed by J Hunter

Mitch Borden--the leading light behind New York's aptly-named Smalls jazz club--has a pretty cool policy: On weekend nights before the main show begins, he gives stage time to bands that he believes deserve more exposure. Borden also personally works the sidewalk outside the West 10th Street establishment, urging passersby to come in and give these groups ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ned Goold: Reverse Engineer

Read "Reverse Engineer" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Tenor saxophonist Ned Goold's tap runs hot and cool, combining hard bop fire with laid-back, left-coast tonguing and tone. His new release on Smalls Records, March of the Malcontents, is his second for the label and fourth overall as a leader. Unlike his earlier offerings, all pianoless trios á la Sonny Rollins' A Night at the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ned Goold: March of the Malcontents

Read "March of the Malcontents" reviewed by Jim Santella

Ned Goold communicates easily with his audience. Maybe it's the experience that he's gained while coming up as a key member of the Harry Connick, Jr. Big Band. Or maybe it's just the pleasant opportunities that he's had in New York, enjoying mainstream trio and quartet work for audiences that truly appreciate straight-ahead jazz and its ...


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