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Article: Book Review

Tatjana Rantasha: Jazzthetics

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Jazzthetics Tatjana Rantasha 120 pages Avant Press 2022 Behind every photographer, there are years of training and experience, plenty of time spent on preparation for shooting, days of selection and post-production and only one second of shooting. And yet, when done well, a moment has been frozen in time and ...


Article: Album Review

Next to Silence: Next to Silence

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With its incredibly varied roster of artists that encompasses various strands of jazz, classical, world music, along with interesting and unexpected amalgamations of the previously mentioned genres, the ECM label has been at the forefront of contemporary music for more than five decades. As such it has inspired countless other acts on how to write, produce, ...


Article: Live Review

Mariza at Amsterdam's Concertgebouw Concert Hall

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Mariza Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Netherlands April 20, 2022 When it comes to expressiveness, passion, technique, and sheer beauty of voice, probably there is no female singer today to equal Portuguese singer Mariza. It's rare to see a singer today who invests herself or himself so much during a single performance. Mariza is ...


Article: Interview

Ry Cooder: Music Can Bring People Together

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The world of music is better because Ry Cooder is in it. He is now among a small handful of artists writing the book on how to keep pushing musical boundaries past the age of senior citizenship, continuing to take chances and exploring. His whole career has been incredibly varied and characterized by exploration, sitting on ...


Article: Album Review

Dine Doneff: In/Out

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Composer and bassist Dine Doneff's In/Out is a one-man show and a type of improvisation that seems mystical. Dubbed as a soundscape theatre for double bass and soundscapes, it is full-blown, free-flowing, and intensely narrative, an arc that is established by Doneff's interaction with samples and pre-recorded materials all performed live. Doneff is a ...


Article: Album Review

Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal: Get on Board: The Songs Of Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee

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There is an African proverb that says “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." The intimacy and the dynamics of the duet setting have long appealed to virtuoso guitarist Ry Cooder. During his expansive six decade career, he has released several adventurous duets and collaborative albums with ...


Article: Album Review

Yordan Kostov Ensemble: Intertwining a Fugue

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Globally, in these currently troubled times, jazz music is obviously challenged as commerce but it truly thrives as art. An unprecedented number of unknown artists, that come from all corners of the globe, are making excellent records. Sometimes the vitality of a certain art form is demonstrated not only by big records by major artists but ...


Article: Album Review

John Zorn and Bill Laswell: The Cleansing

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The Cleansing represents a meeting between two titans of contemporary music--composer and saxophonist John Zorn, and bassist and composer Bill Laswell. Both have spent over forty years camped out in spaces between avant-garde, experimental, jazz, improv, psychedelia, noise and ambient, each having created immersive, forward-thinking, sometimes brutal, and colorful music worlds. They have been pushing the ...


Article: Album Review

Mark Guiliana: Music for Doing

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With an album title like Music for Doing, drummer Mark Guiliana makes his aim clear. Few artists are as adept at fusing electronic music's warmth with intricate and propulsive rhythms propelled by intricacies of jazz improvisations as Guiliana. And he is really doing it. His music boundaries are infinitely elastic. Guiliana is a multifaceted artist who ...


Article: Album Review

John Williams and Berliner Philharmoniker: The Berlin Concert

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Composer John Williams turned 90 in February 2022, but the “force is still strong with him." Williams, who is an Academy Award-winning composer behind some of the most famous film scores in cinema history, is considered as one of the most prolific composers of our time. Having soundtracked more than 100 films and worked with great ...


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