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The French Scene: Part 5

Read "The French Scene: Part 5" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Our stash of exciting recent and upcoming releases was replete with great new music from France so we had to devote to it a whole section of this week's show. Dive into large and small ensemble music of unbounded creativity and multiple influences. Happy listening! PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted ...

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Raphaël Pannier Quartet: Faune

Read "Faune" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

On his first recording as a leader, drummer Raphaël Pannier shows himself to be a musician who has one foot in the classical world and one foot in jazz. He leads his group in a set of original and classic compositions from both genres, maintaining a sense of formal grace and improvisational energy throughout.

Sid€show 2

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1.Dwarf Elephant 02:05 2.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 1 03:48 video 3.Giant Fly (aka Mes Choux Gras aka Metastasis) 03:27 video 4.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 2 07:18 video 5.Return of the Giant Fly 04:52 6.a. Dwarf Elephant b. Bed of Snails 12:35 7.Revenge of the Giant Fly 04:26 8.The Two-Headed Kid Variations, part 3 05:34 9.Son of Giant Fly 03:17 10.Two-Headed Kid Theme 01:33

Faune

Label: French Paradox
Released: 2020
Track listing: Lonely Woman; Midtown Blues; Lullaby; Messiaen: Le Baiser de L'enfant Jesus; Intro to ESP; ESP; Outro to ESP; Ravel "Forlane"; Fauna; Capricho de Raphael; Monkey Puzzle Tree; Final: Drum Soli

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Lucia Cadotsch, Dark Horse, Oaagaada, Sabu Toyozumi and More

Read "Lucia Cadotsch, Dark Horse, Oaagaada, Sabu Toyozumi and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

As often happens on this show, the recordings we featured emanate from many countries, and this episode is no different. New releases include those by Japanese drumming legend Sabu Toyozumi (recorded in The Philippines), Sweden's Dark Horse, French drummer Raphael Pannier, Finland's Oaagaada, Italy's Ground 71, and Swiss vocalist Lucia Cadotsch. American baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton ...

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Raphaël Pannier Quartet: Faune

Read "Faune" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The debut from drummer Raphaël Pannier has no difficulty laying out references to modern modes of impressionism and the nature of wildlife implied in its title. Its opener --a ten-minute take on Ornette Coleman's “Lonely Woman" that offers slinky melody, sophisticated coloring, intense upheaval, a bass soliloquy and a return to the shadowy theme--is but the ...

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Michael Moore, Django Bates, Lucia Cadotsch, Benjamin Koppel & More New Releases

Read "Michael Moore, Django Bates, Lucia Cadotsch, Benjamin Koppel & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Django Bates celebrated his 60th birthday and 40th anniversary as a musician while marking Bird's centennial with adventurous and witty arrangements for the Norrbotten Big Band. That gives us a cue to look into more Scandinavian and large-ensemble music, following the adventures of Bates' bassist Petter Eldh, as part of the much awaited return of Lucia ...

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Label: Self release
Released: 2019

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marquès / Fortià/ Pannier: Bulería Brooklyniana

Read "Bulería Brooklyniana" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

In Bulería Brooklyniana, the mystery and magic of flamenco music stews in the melting pot that is New York. It's a project that speaks directly to the form's rhythmic graces, European bearing, and mystical charms while also highlighting the flexibility and vision of a dynamic Franco-Catalan trio with a foothold in the Borough of Kings.


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