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Article: Radio & Podcasts

November Birthday Salutes Featuring ECM Artists

Read "November Birthday Salutes Featuring ECM Artists" reviewed by Marc Cohn


It is... time for November birthday salutes! Pianists Hampton Hawes, Ellis Marsalis, Paul Bley, Lyle Mays, Marcin Wasilewski; flutist Hubert Laws; singer Ernestine Anderson; guitarist Russell Malone; saxophonists Lou Donaldson, Mark Turner; trumpeters Arturo Sandoval & Don Cherry; drummers Andrew Cyrille & Billy Hart! And resident sage Mose Allison. You'll notice a slug of ECM artists ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Junius Paul, Alexandra Grimal & Fay Victor

Read "Junius Paul, Alexandra Grimal & Fay Victor" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The concert tapes for the recent release of Sun Ra & The Arkestra recorded live in Poland in 1986 were sitting in a dusty basement in Kalisz, Poland all this time. Now recovered and mastered to today's standards, there's a worthy addition to Sun Ra's voluminous discography. On this week's show you'll hear a pair of ...

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Article: Album Review

Dennis Gonzalez: Ts'iibil Chaaltun

Read "Ts'iibil Chaaltun" reviewed by Don Phipps


Dennis Gonzalez's trio, Ataraxia is comprised of trumpet (Gonzalez), bass (Drew Phelps), and percussion (Jagath Lakpriya), a mix of instruments that on the surface would alone suggest interesting music. And their double album, Ts'iibil Chaaltun, does not disappoint. There's a lot of desert in this music... large rocks that jut from the sand, dunes that stretch ...

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Article: Under the Radar

The Politics of Dancing: Jazz and Protest, Part 2

Read "The Politics of Dancing: Jazz and Protest, Part 2" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Part 1 of Jazz and Protest took an in-depth look at two landmark artists and the songs that laid the groundwork for protest within the jazz community. Billie Holiday's “Strange Fruit" took a circuitous route from its origins as a poem to its successful recording on a small label that was not afraid to lend a ...

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Article: Album Review

Billy Bang: Da Bang!

Read "Da Bang!" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Da Bang was recorded two months before violinist Billy Bang's battle with cancer ended in April, 2011. The album title is lifted from Bang's former FAB Trio band mate, drummer Barry Altschul. Indeed, Bang was an influential presence, partly due to his cutting-edge improvisational faculties. He was an artiste markedly comfortable in most any setting. On ...

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Old And New Dreams

Label: ECM Records
Released: 1979

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Article: Album Review

Noah Preminger: Before The Rain

Read "Before The Rain" reviewed by Mark Corroto


How do you follow up one of the finest debut jazz albums of the new millennium? For saxophonist Noah Preminger, you pair down the sextet heard on Dry Bridge Road (Nowt Records, 2008) and display more of your own sound.The twenty-something saxophonist returns with bassist John Hébert and pianist Frank Kimbrough on his Palmetto ...

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A Tribute To Blackwell

Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza
Released: 1990

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Playing

Label: Polskie Nagrania Muza
Released: 1981


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