Results for "Nwog Records"
by Don Phipps
On Things We Like To Hear, trombonist Nils Wogram and his bassless trio Nostalgia explore a kind of Miles Davis cool to hot fusion. Wogram provides an expressive center to the outing, his playing running from bluesy drawls to punchy explosiveness while focused on the themes and range of rhythms found in the compositions.
by Mark Sullivan
German composer/pianist Sebastian Schunke continues on his unlikely Latin jazz path with Genesis, Mystery And Magic. The band is a blend of members of his Berlin quartet and New York City players. This album was recorded in Berlin, but Schunke studied in New York and has recorded there in the past--in some ways this session integrates ...
by Glenn Astarita
Venerable German trombonist Nils Wogram and his long-running Root 70 ensemble are known for cagey and divergent progressive jazz excursions. On Riomar he summons a three-piece strings section to integrate within the standard modern jazz format line of attack, as opposed to simply providing embellishments. One of many highlights is framed on alto saxophonist Hayden Chisholm's ...
Label: Nwog Records
Track listing: 01. Endangered (Irniger); 02. The Slope (Irniger); 03. Playground (Gisler);04. Faraway... But Close Enough (Bossard); 05. Dope Factory (Gisler); 06. Jaywalkin' (Gisler); 07. Morningside Road (Bossard); 08. The Mouse (Gisler).