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Pastor's Paradox

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Autumn of Freedom; Pastor's Paradox; Turning the Other Cheek No More; The Dream That Wasn't Meant to be Ours; From Montgomery to Memphis (To April 4th); An Interval of Hope; No Justice, No Peace, Legacy!


Raise Your Spirit Consciousness

Label: JHVM
Released: 2023
Track listing: Holy Spirit Consciousness; Peace to You My Children; I Want Love, I Don't Want Hate; Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing; Bird of Beauty;Toe Dance for a Baby; In the Beginning / Praise God; Worship God in Spirt, Truth, and Love; Deluge; Both Feet on the Ground; A Child Is Born; Primordial Aqua Mist,


Fire Illuminations

Label: Kabell Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Ntozake; Muhammed Ali's Spiritual Horizon; Fire Illuminations Inside Light Particles; Tony Williams; Muhammed Ali and George Foreman's Rumble in Zaire Africa.

Song of the Day

Pastor's Paradox

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 3:32


Article: Interview

Tomasz Dąbrowski: Elevating Jazz Storytelling

Read "Tomasz Dąbrowski: Elevating Jazz Storytelling" reviewed by Matthew Vasiliauskas

Joseph Stalin famously said, “Music's a good thing. It calms the beast in the man." For Stalin though, not all music produced peace and serenity. In his eyes, certain types of music could just as easily act as the beast itself; ready to attack and tear apart the society around it. Perhaps the form of music ...


Article: Album Review

Aruán Ortiz: Pastor's Paradox

Read "Pastor's Paradox" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

When clarinetist and saxophonist Don Byron and pianist Aruán Ortiz teamed up for the recording of Random Dances And (A)Tonalities (Intakt Records, 2018) they brought an unprecedented wealth of stylistic experiences to the studio. The result was an unconventional duo sound that blurred the distinctions between their collective comfort zones. Byron and Ortiz return on the ...


Article: Interview

Bobby Zankel: The Inside Story of 'A Change of Destiny'

Read "Bobby Zankel: The Inside Story of 'A Change of Destiny'" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Saxophonist, bandleader, composer and arranger Bobby Zankel has been making jazz in many ways with diverse cohorts for over a half-century. He has found his own way to create music that is both advanced and very listenable at the same time. He is loved and revered by the many musicians who have performed with him and ...


Article: Album Review

Steve Lehman & Orchestre National de Jazz: Ex Machina

Read "Ex Machina" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Does Ex Machina settle the long-standing debate about whether saxophonist Steve Lehman is human or a replicant. Lehman and his approach to music may remind one of Rick Deckard, played by Harrison Ford in Blade Runner (1982) a movie adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick; Deckard was tasked with hunting ...


Article: Album Review

Wadada Leo Smith: Fire Illuminations

Read "Fire Illuminations" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith fronts lots of different bands and puts out lots of albums. After a busy period when he released five boxed sets, totaling 27 CDs, here he debuts his new all-star ensemble Orange Wave Electric, with the download-only offering, Fire Illuminations. The band name applies as electric it is, featuring three electric guitarists, ...


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