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John Zorn & Bill Laswell a JazzMi 2018

Read "John Zorn & Bill Laswell a JazzMi 2018" reviewed by Luca Canini

John Zorn & Bill Laswell Teatro Dal Verme JazzMi Milano 6.11.2018 Il cielo è grigio sopra Milano; la serata appiccicosa e umida. Nel foyer e alle biglietterie una discreta calca. C'è aria di evento, di concerto dell'anno al JazzMi. Capita sempre meno spesso che John Zorn faccia scalo in ...


Article: Album Review

Milford Graves/Bill Laswell: Space / Time - Redemption

Read "Space / Time - Redemption" reviewed by John Sharpe

Drummer Milford Graves boasts a pedigree stretching back to the first tide of Free Jazz in the 1960s, most prominently as the drummer for the storied New York Art Quartet. His infrequent forays onto disc since have resulted in underground classics such as Nommo (SRP, 1966) with pianist Don Pullen and Babi Music (IPS, 1976) with ...


Article: Live Review

Norwegian Road Trip, Part 5: Molde Jazz, Days 1-2

Read "Norwegian Road Trip, Part 5: Molde Jazz, Days 1-2" reviewed by John Kelman

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 [Editors Note: From July 6 to July 26, 2010, All About Jazz Managing Editor John Kelman will travel throughout Norway to cover both the Kongsberg Jazz Festival (also participating in Silver City Sounds) and Molde ...


Talisman/Live In Nagoya

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2003
Track listing: Batrachophrenoboocosmomachia; Transport Of Sorcerers; Ahmkara.


Article: Album Review

Painkiller: Talisman/Live In Nagoya

Read "Talisman/Live In Nagoya" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The music called jazz has met at many intersections over the years and the incorporation of popular music into this creative format knows no limits. Tin Pan Alley, Brazilian, Rock, and Hip-Hop music have all been reconfigured into this most passionate music. When John Zorn sought to combine his saxophone with the hardcore ...


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