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Article: Year in Review

Ludovico Granvassu's Garden of Jazzy Delights 2023

Read "Ludovico Granvassu's Garden of Jazzy Delights 2023" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

If it is true that, like The Police once put it, “when the world is going down you make the best of what's still around," then throughout 2023 jazz fans were better off than most other social groups. In a year in which everyday news brought ever more inconceivable disappointments, jazz musicians, labels, festivals and venues ...


Article: Album Review

Tomas Fujiwara 7 Poets Trio: Pith

Read "Pith" reviewed by John Sharpe

In many ways, Pith, the second offering from drummer Tomas Fujiwara's 7 Poets Trio, pursues the course set by the eponymous debut (Rogue Art, 2020) with its lightly swinging lyricism, moments of reflective calm, and a restrained aesthetic which nonetheless permits adventurous forays. The unusual instrumentation, in which the leader supplements his trapset with Tomeka Reid's ...



Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Solace; Swelter; Resolve; Josho; Other; Breath.


Oblong Aplomb

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: all immoderation; blinkered hoopla; escalatory chicanery; ruly; slarm biffle; outré exemplars; orrery; scrutiny; covertly overt; equanimity; oneiric argot; giggle trigger; the amused; chiasma; doleful; full koala; concentricals; labile; correctly profane; numen; flit; inveiglers; ingenuous; baleful.



Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Crooked Frame; Unclosing; Triple Fever; Fading Wave; Osmosis Crown; Freud and Jung Go Cycling; G. Ocean; Les Mots et les Choses; Soul of the Grey.


Article: Year in Review

John Sharpe's Best Jazz Albums Of 2023

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From the 200 or so discs that I heard in 2023, here are ten new issues and one archival release, which gave me the most pleasure. As always these picks are entirely subjective. And take no account of the many other albums that I would no doubt have loved if I had heard them. So perhaps ...


Article: Album Review

Tomas Fujiwara’s 7 Poets Trio: Pith

Read "Pith" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The instructions that came with Tomas Fujiwara's 2019 release, 7 Poets Trio (RogueArt), read, “I'd like to tell you as little as possible about this music before you listen to it... and create your own scenes for which these songs can be soundtracks." The same advice is warranted for Fujiwara's 7 Poets Trio follow up recording ...


Article: Album Review

Matt Mitchell: Oblong Aplomb

Read "Oblong Aplomb" reviewed by John Sharpe

On Oblong Aplomb pianist Matt Mitchell pays homage to the drummers in his life. In a way, it can be seen as a follow-up to his debut Fiction (Pi Recordings, 2013). That album, a duet with stickman Ches Smith, originated from Mitchell's practice of warming up for gigs with Tim Berne's Snakeoil by running through a ...


Article: Album Review

Illegal Crowns: Unclosing

Read "Unclosing" reviewed by John Sharpe

When a band of four leaders in their own right still exists over ten years after its inception, then something worthwhile is afoot. Illegal Crowns comprises the familiar American triumvirate of guitarist Mary Halvorson, cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum and drummer Tomas Fujiwara, who first crossed paths with French pianist Benoît Delbecq in 2012. Their third album ...


Secret People

Label: Out Of Your Head Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Choc(h)oyotes; Legitimate Perseverance; Peephole; Ascetic Dust; U; Swamp Gaze.


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