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Alula

Label: New Amsterdam Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1) Alula 2) Flight 3) Wingbeat 4) Remiges 5) Scapulars 6) Lift 7) Coverts 8) Vortex Generator 9) Purrs 10) Landing 11) alulA

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All Can Work

Label: New Amsterdam Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Lud; All Can Work; Elf; Heyoke; This Kiss; From Trees; Long Swing Dream; The Model.

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Article: Year in Review

John Kelman's Best Releases of 2018

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2018" reviewed by John Kelman


Once again, the chronic health problem that has reduced my writing pace to a crawl continues without any respite. My best of the year lists have traditionally been predicated upon having reviewed the releases chosen, but with only a relative handful of reviews to choose from this year (and with those choices, more than ever now, ...

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Article: Album Review

John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble: All Can Work

Read "All Can Work" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


A un decennio circa dalle incisioni di A Blessing ed Eternal Interlude, il Large Ensemble di John Hollenbeck torna alla New Amsterdam Records per un album ricco di coinvolgenti percorsi. Nei vari brani il batterista/orchestratore ricorda il trombettista Laurie Frink, rilegge uno dei classici ellingtoniani dalla Far East Suite e un tema dei Kraftwerk, omaggia John ...

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Article: Album Review

Amir ElSaffar/Rivers of Sound: Not Two

Read "Not Two" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Much has been written about Amir ElSaffar's Iraqi-American background and the influence that birthright has had on his music. The demographics, however, do little to prepare the ear for the exotic and completely distinctive sound that he creates. ElSaffar's Western and Middle Eastern amalgam of disciplines had best manifested itself in his sextet, the Two Rivers ...

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Rivers of Sound: Not Two

Label: New Amsterdam Records
Released: 2017
Track listing:
Disc 1: Iftitah; Jourjina Over Three; Penny Explosion; Ya Ibni, Ya Ibni (My son, my son).
Disc 2: Layl (Night); Hijaz; Shards of Memory/B Half Flat Fantasy; Bayat Declamation.

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Real Enemies

Label: New Amsterdam Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: You Are Here; The Enemy Within; Dark Alliance; Trust No One; Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars; Best Friends Forever; The Hidden Hand; Casus Belli; Crisis Control; Apocalypse Is a Process; Never a Straight Answer; Who Do You Trust; You Are Here.

Article: Album Review

Darcy James Argue's Secret Society: Real Enemies

Read "Real Enemies" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Real Enemies, la performance multimediale che Darcy James Argue ha presentato in varie occasioni nell'ultimo anno, ci consente di apprezzare con la dovuta concentrazione la multiforme ricchezza dei suoi percorsi. A sette anni dal debutto con Infernal Machine (seguito nel 2012 da Brooklyn Babylon) l'arrangiatore canadese conferma d'essere il massimo orchestratore emerso nel decennio, ...

Album

Beams of the Huge Night

Label: New Amsterdam Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Finn; Door 6; Door 7; Dixfield, ME.; Strong, ME.; Brille.

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Article: Album Review

Will Mason Ensemble: Beams of the Huge Night

Read "Beams of the Huge Night" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


New York City resident Will Mason, while pursuing a Ph.D. in music at Columbia University, took the time to submerge himself in the most Spartan and remote conditions of his native Maine for the inspirations of nature that become manifest in Beams of the Huge Night. The drummer and composer assembled an unusually populated septet to ...


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