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Steamboat Bill, Jr

Label: Nowt Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Fanfare/Muddy Waters; Telegram; White Carnations;Reunion;A Close Shave; Hat Trick; Working Clothes; King Bill Kitty and Junior; What Makes The Boat Go; Eight Bells; Out The Window; Morning/Father Fight; Weather Conditions; Jailbreak; Storm Clouds; Stage Door; Save The Day/Rescue; Wrap-up.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kenosha Kid: Steamboat Bill, Jr

Read "Steamboat Bill, Jr" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

Guitarist Dan Nettles may still make his home where he grew up in Athens, Georgia, but musically he knows no bounds--geographical or otherwise. Neither, it seems, do the members of his far-flung collective; his Kenosha Kids, as it were. Listening to, among others, Athens' killing rhythm section of Jeff Reilly on drums and Neal Fountain on ...

A Hamster Speaks

Label: Nowt Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Svensfagel; Soul Devoured; Andy; Mrs. Zurne; Torn; Master; The Gun I Used To Use; A Hamster Speaks - Bass Prelude; A Hamster Speaks; Laser Eyes; One; Wet Blanket; ADF Signal.

Dry Bridge Road

Label: Nowt Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Luke; A Dream; Today Is Okay; Blues for Steve Lacy; Sax of a Kind; Where Seagulls Fly; Was It a Rat I Saw?; Real Nice; Rhythm for Robert.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Readers and theatre-goers probably found Anton Chekhov disquieting when they first encountered his work at the turn of the twentieth century. Here was a guy who used nineteenth-century materials--the bourgeois drawing room, issues of social class, well-behaved prose--to depict what would become emblematic twentieth-century themes: psychology, anomie, the little heart breaks of daily life.Wunderkind ...

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Brinsk: A Hamster Speaks

Read "A Hamster Speaks" reviewed by Budd Kopman

If only from the title, A Hamster Speaks and the anime/manga cover art, where a very battered and partially mechanically enhanced hamster is saving his world from an evil viper, you know that you are in for a trip--and quite a wonderful trip it is. Upright bassist and composer Aryeh Kobrinsky formed Brinsk ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

It is quite rare to confront such a mature and convincing statement by a 22-year-old musician, but the debut release of Boston-based graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and tenor saxophonist Noah Preminger is such a rare gem. Preminger's musical vision encompasses impressions of left-of-center cerebral sax heroes such as Steve Lacy and Warne ...

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Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Stuart Broomer

This is Noah Preminger's recording debut and it's an impressive one for the 22-year-old tenor saxophonist, who carries recommendations from players as forceful as Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone and Dave Liebman. It's not just technique that distinguishes Preminger; it's the quality of his musical thought, the depth of his interaction and his sense of a broader ...

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Noah Preminger Group: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

The consequences of investigating a debut recording are often unknown. In the case of saxophonist Noah Preminger the result is, quite simply, positive. He is a player who invests much thought into his playing. He is rich in churning dense, atmospheric forms with an occasional composition having a lighter ambience. Whatever the stance, the underlying appeal ...


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