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Russ Lossing


Pianist, composer and improviser Russ Lossing, based in New York City for over 35 years, is at the forefront of creative jazz performing and recording with Paul Motian, Mark Helias, Billy Hart, Dave Liebman, Samuel Blaser, Michael Formanek, Eric McPherson, Tim Berne, Billy Mintz, Cameron Brown, Gerry Hemingway, Ralph Alessi, Mat Maneri, Drew Gress, Oliver Lake, Kirk Knuffke, Gerald Cleaver, Gordon Grdina and many others. Lossing played with master drummer Paul Motian over a period of 12 years performing and recording including week-long stints at the Village Vanguard as a member of Motian's Quintet. He has toured world-wide playing major jazz clubs and festivals both as leader and side-man.


Alternate Side Parking Music

Label: Aqua Piazza Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Honk...; Cloned; Next 3 km; Move It Over; Parallel Park; Double Park...; Rain/Ramadan; Meter Maid...; Cloned Again; Turn...".


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Russ Lossing, Artemis, Rudy Royston and More

Read "Russ Lossing, Artemis, Rudy Royston and More" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

This show features newer and older jazz from a great variety of players, such as Russ Lossing, Rudy Royston, the group Artemis, and the Frankfurt Radio Big Band which is heard in two contexts, with Julian Arguelles and with Jim McNeely. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Courtois / Erdmann / Fincker, Knee Jerk, Twirls & Nina Simone

Read "Courtois / Erdmann / Fincker, Knee Jerk, Twirls & Nina Simone" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

This episode is dotted throughout with new releases by international artists: saxophonists Daniel Erdmann and Robin Fincker with cellist Vincent Courtois (France), saxophonist Grgur Savic (Croatia), bassist Federico Solomeiwicz (Argentina), Twirls and Simon Rummel Ensemble (Germany), Chilean saxophonist Diego Manuschevich (Chile), Knee Jerk (Canada), and flautist Joe Melnicove (USA/Israel). Plus, a version of “Mississippi Goddamn" by ...


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, ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band

Read "David Virelles, Flora Carbo, Transatlantic Five & Anthropology Band" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Highlights of a very packed show: pianist David Virelles and trio (Ben Street bass & Eric McPherson drums); Australian saxophonist Flora Carbo; England's Anthropology Band; pianist Russ Lossing with NYC's King Vulture; the powerful German-American quintet, Transatlantic Five (Ken Vandermark sax, Nate Wooley trumpet, Christopher Dell vibes, Christian Ramond bass & Klaus Kugel drums), and a ...


Article: Album Review

Russ Lossing: Alternate Side Parking Music

Read "Alternate Side Parking Music" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Russ Lossing is not one to let imposed downtime go to waste. The imposition comes from New York City's regulations concerning alternate side parking which requires, only one day per week, that cars park on one side of the street, for street cleaning purposes. The evening car-moving causes jostling. Sometimes open spots are not readily ...


Article: Live Review

Blaser Ducret Bruun Trio at Hakasalmen Huvila

Read "Blaser Ducret Bruun Trio at Hakasalmen Huvila" reviewed by Anthony Shaw

Blaser Ducret Bruun Trio Hakasalmen Huvila Finnish Tour Helsinki November 14, 2022 Samuel Blaser has a glittering past, with glowing reviews of his considerable career in journals from around the globe. The performance of his trio in this modest-but-elegant salon a stone's throw from Helsinki's main railway station, alongside ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Beth Orton, Robin Holcomb, New Mastersounds, Harlem Gospel Travelers & More New Releases

Read "Beth Orton, Robin Holcomb, New Mastersounds, Harlem Gospel Travelers & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Unbridled fun, the long tail of Hal Willner's work, an all-star band that celebrates 40 years of the Jazz sous les pommiers Festival, and jazz inspired by Maurice Ravel, soul, funk, gospel blues and folk are at the heart of this week's edition of Mondo Jazz. Happy listening! Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo ...


Article: Album Review

Jakob Bro, Joe Lovano: Once Around the Room - A Tribute To Paul Motian

Read "Once Around the Room - A Tribute To Paul Motian" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Il magistrale percorso da leader di Paul Motian, esploso negli anni ottanta nel trio con Joe Lovano e Bill Frisell, ha avuto significativi tributi a partire dal 2011, l'anno della sua scomparsa: ricordiamo lo String Choir di Joel Harrison, il collettivo Motian Sickness di Jeff Cosgrove, il solo piano di Russ Lossing (Drum Music) e quello ...


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