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The George Lewis Solo Trombone Record

Label: Sackville
Released: 2016
Track listing: Toneburst; Phenomenology; Untitled Dream Sequence; Lush Life.

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George Lewis: The George Lewis Solo Trombone Record

Read "The George Lewis Solo Trombone Record" reviewed by Stefano Merighi


Si può cominciare dalla fine. E dire che la versione di “Lush Life" di Strayhorn è una tra le più belle mai incise. Una carezza lirica, un vibrato felino, in cui Lewis omaggia la tradizione imprescindibile, dopo averla frantumata per tutta la durata di una seduta davvero storica. Solo Trombone Record, anno 1976, ha una forza ...

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Texas Tenor

Label: Sackville
Released: 2015
Track listing: June Night; Someday Sweetheart; If You Could See Me Now; I'll Remember April; Georgia On My Mind; Alone Together; Bye Bye Blackbird; Isfahan; Lullaby of the Leaves.

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Trio and Duet

Label: Sackville
Released: 2015
Track listing: Composition No. 36; The Song Is You; Embraceable You; You Go to My Head; On Green Dolphin Street; I Remember You.

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Anthony Braxton: Trio and Duet

Read "Trio and Duet" reviewed by Stefano Merighi


Nuova edizione per Trio and Duet, splendido album di Anthony Braxton datato 1974, l'ultimo prima dell'importante contratto con la Arista e della improvvisa e sorprendente fama del compositore e sassofonista di Chicago. Fino a quel momento Braxton aveva lottato non poco per veder riconosciute le sue ambizioni di compositore, qui documentate dalla prima facciata del vecchio ...

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Anthony Braxton: Trio and Duet

Read "Trio and Duet" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Multi reed player and composer Anthony Braxton has been called a genius by some and for very good reason. He is one of the most restlessly innovative and intelligently idiosyncratic contemporary musicians. He seamlessly erases the boundaries between the composed and the improvised and his works brim equally with fresh and progressive ideas as well as ...

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Buddy Tate: Texas Tenor

Read "Texas Tenor" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Saxophonist George “Buddy" Tate came to prominence in the 1930s with his hard swinging style and robust and resilient tone. His sound mellowed and matured like a fine spirit throughout a long and busy career but his approach did not veer far from his original fashion of playing, dubbed Texas Tenor. The 1978 Sackville record is ...

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Anthony Braxton: Trio and Duet

Read "Trio and Duet" reviewed by Troy Collins


Vanguard composer and multi-instrumentalist Anthony Braxton has long inspired debate among conservative critics as to whether or not his urbane contributions should be considered part of the jazz canon; oblique strategies notwithstanding, Braxton's abstruse efforts rarely swing in a conventional sense, forever fuelling the argument. Nonetheless, Arista Records signed Braxton to a six year contract late ...

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Don Pullen: Richard's Tune

Read "Richard's Tune" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Idiosyncratic pianist Don Pullen's debut as a leader, Richard's Tune (Sackville, 1974) already bore marks of his unique style and singular improvisational approach. Delmark reissued this superb solo outing in 2014 augmenting it with previously unreleased material from the same session making it all the more satisfying.Pullen peppers “KaDiJi," one of the bonus works ...

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Richard's Tune

Label: Sackville
Released: 2014
Track listing: Richard's Tune; Suite (Sweet) Malcolm (Part 1: Memories and Gunshots); Big Alice; Song Played Backwards; KaDJi; Big Alice (Alternate take).


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