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The Complete Jan Akkerman: Focusing on a Life's Work

Read "The Complete Jan Akkerman: Focusing on a Life's Work" reviewed by John Kelman

He may be largely regarded as the most influential guitarist to emerge from the Netherlands, a country that, bordering on the North Sea, is roughly one-quarter the physical size of England and, with a current number of about seventeen million, has just one-third the population of the UK's largest country. Still, despite garnering major in-country recognition, ...

WEWANTSOUNDS: A Forgotten Don Cherry and Other Gems

Read "WEWANTSOUNDS: A Forgotten Don Cherry and Other Gems" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello

A forgotten gem from the extensive and multi-colored discography of Don Cherry is available again, courtesy of the French label WEWANTSOUNDS [yes, their name is uppercase only!]. Home Boy, Sister Out, produced by Ramuntcho Matta, was originally released in 1985 on Barclay Records. It was distributed in France and Germany only and was never ...

NEWS: EVENT

Arts For Art Introduces The Under_Line Campaign Connecting The Past And The Present, To Build A Home For Un-Compromised Music In The Lower Eastside

On Tuesday, December 4th, Arts for Art will launch the Under_Line campaign with a special benefit featuring the best musicians bridging different aesthetics under the banner Vision and Integrity. There will be a visual presentation portraying the history of jazz within the lower east side and art, across generations featuring the hip and the cool. The ...

NEWS: EVENT

Series Of Workshops, Panels And Events On January 10-11, 2013 Will Address Important Issues And Trends In The Jazz Community

The Jazz Connect Conference at APAP|NYC 2013, organized by JazzTimes in conjunction with the Jazz Forward Coalition, announced the tentative schedule of events for this gathering of the jazz community. The conference will be held January 10-11, 2013 in New York City and will feed into the annual APAP (Association of Performing Arts Presenters) Conference as ...

ARTICLE: FUTURE JAZZ

Transforming Jazz From Cultural Staple to Cultural Imperative

Read "Transforming Jazz From Cultural Staple to Cultural Imperative" reviewed by Peter Gordon

Futurecasting is a time honored sport, ranging from questionable store front fortune tellers to Pulitzer Prize winners, giving us both hope and despair and always trumped by 20/20 hindsight. Jazz is a particularly difficult subject, given to voracious crosscurrents and turbulent discussions. Ask ten people, get eleven opinions. This year we have witnessed the ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Thirsty Ear's Trio Treats at (Le) Poisson Rouge on March 7, 2011

Thirsty Ear's Trio Treats at (Le) Poisson Rouge on March 7, 2011

On Monday March 7, 2011, Thirsty Ear takes the stage at (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City for a night of inspired and provocative jazz. Avant-garde luminary Matthew Shipp will be performing alongside Michael Bisio and Whit Dickey. Representing the new giants of jazz will be the highly touted trio of Mary Halvorson, Weasel Walter ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Honoring Matthew Shipp's 50 Year Opus: Thirsty Ear Recordings releases "The Art of the Improviser" Feb 2011

Honoring Matthew Shipp's 50 Year Opus: Thirsty Ear Recordings releases "The Art of the Improviser" Feb 2011

For the better part of fifty years Matthew Shipp has been on a tireless journey to innovate a musical language that is at once so cerebral, emotional and physical that it becomes universally intelligible. Shipp has aspired to engineer an eclectically unprecedented sound, one capable not only of invigorating the jazz world, but potent enough to ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Scanner with The Post Modern Jazz Quartet "Blink of an Eye" Available Now on Thirsty Ear Recordings

Scanner with The Post Modern Jazz Quartet "Blink of an Eye" Available Now on Thirsty Ear Recordings

The blending of jazz and electronics has been one of the more difficult musical challenges, as it attempts to humanize the machine or mechanize the free spirit of improvisation. It's a very tricky balance to get right, as they can be on a collision course with each other. British artist Robin Rimbaud traverses the experimental terrain ...

NEWS: OPINION

Leibinger loves the conversation of music

For trombonist Doug Leibinger, the new Director of Jazz Studies at Sonoma State University, learning to play jazz is a lot like learning to talk. First, you acquire the vocabulary. Then, you figure out how to string words together into sentences. Finally, you forget everything you've learned, listen deeply, and respond to what others are saying. ...


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