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Paul Williamson

Trumpeter, composer, educator, and researcher Dr Paul Williamson has established a reputation for producing distinctive recordings of outstanding ensemble performances. As a leader, he’s released 12 CD’s and has performed with international jazz artists at festivals and venues in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia. His has performed with many jazz greats, including Carla Bley, Eddie Palmieri, Tomasz Stańko, Charlie Haden, Ralph Alessi, Kenny Werner, John Abercrombie, Hermeto Pascoal, Aaron Goldberg, Django Bates, Mike Nock, Tony Gould, Nasheet Waits, Mark Helias and Linda Oh

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John Lurie, Isaiah Collier, Dan Weiss & Steph Richards

Read "John Lurie, Isaiah Collier, Dan Weiss & Steph Richards" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


John Lurie hasn't recorded any music since contracting Lyme disease several years ago; in fact he couldn't even listen to music because of the neurological effects of the disease. He retreated to someplace in the Caribbean then finally improved enough to come back to the US and made Painting With John for HBO. Lurie's music which ...

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The Eye is the First Circle

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Eye is the First Circle; What a Time to Be Alive; Hill of Grace; Meet Me at Phoenix Street; Song for Cleo; Still We Rise; Love and War.

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Vanessa Perica Orchestra: The Eye is the First Circle

Read "The Eye is the First Circle" reviewed by Jack Bowers


In a review of Love Is a Temporary Madness, the debut recording by Australian composer/arranger Vanessa Perica, the observation was made that “Perica's impact in the realm of big-band jazz should be anything but temporary." Perica's second album, The Eye Is the First Circle, has added an exclamation point to that assertion. Again, ...

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Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Lukas Traxel, Club D’Elf & JuJu

Read "Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Lukas Traxel, Club D’Elf & JuJu" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Spirit Gatherer--Tribute To Don Cherry is a forthcoming album by the esteemed Ethnic Heritage Ensemble that is worth checking out. Don Cherry's son David Ornette Cherry and vocalist Dwight Trible join the Ensemble for a session that captures the essence of one of the most important musicians in any genre. Other new recordings sampled in this ...

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James Brandon Lewis, Clean Feed, and Tomasz Stanko

Read "James Brandon Lewis, Clean Feed, and Tomasz Stanko" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode is packed with interesting new releases, starting with James Brandon Lewis and a new trio and a new label. You'll get a taste of several new albums from the latest batch from Clean Feed Records, as well as Rob Mazurek's Exploding Star Orchestra, Aussies Alister Spence at the piano with drummer Tony Buck (The ...

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Ivo Perelman, Art Ensemble of Chicago & Satoki Fujii

Read "Ivo Perelman, Art Ensemble of Chicago & Satoki Fujii" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Three very special recordings get the OMJ treatment in this edition. Saxophonist Ivo Perelman's release Reed Rapture In Brooklyn is the largest of the three: 103 tracks over 12 different discs featuring Perelman and fellow saxophonists. It's an immense collection of improvised duets. Pianist Satoko Fujii's Hyaku: One Hundred Dreams celebrates her 100th album as a ...

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Monash Sessions: Collaborations

Label: Monash Sessions (Monash University)
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Pittance (Alessi); 2. Yoda (Oh); 3. Lady Geri (Keller); 4. Lap Nap (Alessi); 5. Drums Across the Ganges (Evans); 6. Jada (Bob Carleton); 7. Izanagi Izanami (Nguyen Le); 8. Deeper Than Happy (Oh); 9. Melee (Alessi); 10. Moving On (Bailey); 11. Pluridimensional (Monder); 12. Gee Whiz (Bailey); 13. O.K Chorale (Monder).

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Love is a Temporary Madness

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Spaccanapoli; Dance of the Zinfandels; Woody's Lament; Saint Lazare; Love Is a Temporary Madness; Scar for Charlie; Rebrahmanization.

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Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University

The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music strives to inspire musicians towards excellence that knows no boundaries. We are an ambitious school who recognise the value of music in the world, in both its heritage and future forms. Our teaching and research seeks to expand the value of music and its evolution in our communities. The school celebrates the rich diversity of music making in Australia and its association with the rest of the world. The Jazz and Improvisation program is based on the African American jazz idiom as a language for learning. While the focus remains on music in Australia, it also embraces a wide selection of musical styles including jazz, world music, Brazilian, Indian, free, electronic, popular, Latin and blues to name but a few styles


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