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Bird Meets Wire

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Area 41; Bird Meets Wire; Is Is Not; Topology; Cañones (El Pueblo Unido); The Fourth World; Indigo Blue (Wayfarin’ Stranger).

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Susan Alcorn, Leila Bordreuil, Ingrid Laubrock: Bird Meets Wire

Read "Bird Meets Wire" reviewed by Troy Dostert


It may be impossible for anyone to free the pedal steel guitar entirely from its roots in country music but, if anyone can, Susan Alcorn would have to be the leading candidate. She has a phenomenal range on the instrument, capable of everything from folk-drenched Americana to abstract excursions, and she will sometimes combine her variegated ...

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Pedernal

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Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 5:47

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The Coandă Effect

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Tensile; 5see.

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Memories of a Tunicate

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Doliolid; Octacnemidae; Pyrosomes; Salp; Thalicia; Aplousobranchia; Stolidobranchia.

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Duplexity

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Blood and Bone; Wind and Wing.

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Pedernal

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Pedernal; Circular Ruins; R.U.R.; A Night in Gdansk; Northeast Rising Sun.

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Speak In Tongues And Hope For The Gift Of Interpretation

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: To Charles Parker Jr.; To Anthony Braxton; To Roscoe Mitchell; To Ornette Coleman; To Eric Dolphy; To John Zorn.

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Susan Alcorn Quintet: Pedernal

Read "Pedernal" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcorn has achieved the enviable feat of commanding her own instrumental niche in the jazz world. Much like Toots Thielemans' harmonica, Gary Versace's accordion or Béla Fleck's banjo, she seems to have a unique role all to herself, at least until her substantial talents eventually spawn a host of imitators. From her ...

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John Blum and Jackson Krall: Duplexity

Read "Duplexity" reviewed by Troy Dostert


A pianist of undeniable virtuosity and uncompromising intensity, John Blum has impressed free-jazz aficionados since the early 2000s with his uniquely potent approach to his instrument. One can easily hear the influence of Cecil Taylor in his ferocious, jaw-dropping power; but just as important are his ties to earlier pianists. There is just as much Art ...


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