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Raoul Bjorkenheim

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Sick Boss: Businessless

Read "Businessless" reviewed by Chris May


This bracing sophomore album from Vancouver's improvising sextet Sick Boss resonates with the beyond-genre territory of the late Jaimie Branch's Fly Or Die quartet. At a surface level there is the shared use of trumpet and cello, but deeper than that, Businessless embraces the riot grrrl abandon so beloved of Branch. Echoes of Fly Or Die ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Terje Rypdal, Raoul Bjorkenheim and Graham Costello

Read "Terje Rypdal, Raoul Bjorkenheim and Graham Costello" reviewed by Len Davis


Some progressive music from Norway with Terje Rypdal, Italian guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim, and from the UK Graham Costello from Obelisk . Progressive rock from Derek Sherinian, Antoine Fafard, The Aristocrats, French guitarist Renaud Louis Servais with Virgil Donati and the album Ruination from Virgil Donati.Playlist Terje Rypdal “Conspiracy" from Conspiracy (ECM) 00:00 Raoul Bjorkenheim “Tools" ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Henry Threadgill Ensemble, Michel Lambert & Phil Haynes

Read "Henry Threadgill Ensemble, Michel Lambert & Phil Haynes" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Featured in this episode is the much-acclaimed and premier innovator in creative music, Henry Threadgill with his ensemble; you'll hear the entire first movement from his brand new The Other One . Also new this week, Canadian drummer Michel Lambert with a Finnish band, members of which he played with on guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim's infamous Krakatau, ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Michael Manring, Sixun, Alex Skolnick Trio, and Mark Egan / Danny Gottlieb

Read "Michael Manring, Sixun, Alex Skolnick Trio, and Mark Egan / Danny Gottlieb" reviewed by Len Davis


Electric Market with Steve Hunt, Michael Manring, and French band Sixun. Cosmo Squad live at Baked Potato, and the Alex Skolnick. From Finland guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim from Blixt. Graham Costello, Mark Egan and Danny Gottlieb, from Electric Blue. Playlist Electric Market “Attraction" from Attraction (Spice Rack) 00:00 Michael Manring “Sardonic Grin" from Small Moments ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Wadada Leo Smith, Aruan Ortiz & Neill Duncan

Read "Wadada Leo Smith, Aruan Ortiz & Neill Duncan" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


I know that the official International Jazz Day is April 30th, but around the One Man's Jazz HQ, pretty much every show features international artists. This episode is no exception with music from artists representing 14 different countries over the 23 tracks. Heading the list is the unstoppable Wadada Leo Smith with a new band called ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Red Microphone, Nicolas Politzer, Trevor Dunn & Surya Botofasina

Read "The Red Microphone, Nicolas Politzer, Trevor Dunn & Surya Botofasina" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode of One Man's Jazz has bookends of much contrast, from the opening set of music featuring trumpeter Jaimie Branch to the closing pair of tunes locked in the transcendental mode of Alice Coltrane from one of her disciples, Surya Botofasina. In between, there's some great stuff highlighted by new releases from the poetry and ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New music from Yellow Jackets, Jim Funnels Word Out and Bass Extremes 2

Read "New music from Yellow Jackets, Jim Funnels Word Out and Bass Extremes 2" reviewed by Len Davis


New Music from Yellow Jackets, Jim Funnel, and Bass Extremes, plus Miles Davis. Raoul Bjorkenheim-Bill Laswell-Morgran Agren. Cindy Blackman Santana with Velocity and Gary Husband with The Trackers. Playlist Yellow Jackets “Onyx Manor" from Parallel Motion (Mack Avenue) 00:00 Hakan Basar “Hub Art" from On Top Of The Roof (Ubuntu) 06:32 Miles Davis “Hopscotch" ...

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Article: Live Review

Raoul Björkenheim and eCsTaSy at Sello Hall in Espoo

Read "Raoul Björkenheim and eCsTaSy at Sello Hall in Espoo" reviewed by Anthony Shaw


Raoul Björkenheim and eCsTaSy with Juhani Aaltonen Sello Hall Espoo, Finland March 25, 2022 When guitarist Raoul Björkenheim and the rest of the all-Finnish eCsTaSy took the stage at the local arts venue in Espoo, the audience were still streaming into the the hall after the intermission--such ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Size Matters: (Mostly New) Jazz for Big Bands and Orchestras, Part 2

Read "Size Matters: (Mostly New) Jazz for Big Bands and Orchestras, Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


As we continue our journey in the recent work of some of the most compelling jazz orchestras and big bands of today, and a few from the past that were so ahead of their time that their music still sounds fresh. [Click here to listen to the part 1]. Happy listening! PlaylistBen ...


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