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Samuel Blais

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Loguslabusmuzikus

Label: Effendi Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: La Grande Sauve Majeure; Humor de la Seconda Noche…; Pum la Suite; Bluesy del Lunedi; Criucm; Le Grain Blanc Dans les Voiles; Casse-pattes/case-guele/case-tete; Lunes & Marees; Compte-rendu II.

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Article: Album Review

Jazzlab Orchestra: Loguslabusmuzikus

Read "Loguslabusmuzikus" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The Jazzlab Orchestra, formed in 2004 and based in Montreal, Canada, lies somewhere short of orchestra-size. It's actually an octet—but don't let that deter you; the unison passages are generally robust and pleasing. Jazzlab does play jazz of a sort, music that may best be described as contemporary cerebral. In other words, this is not akin ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Brad Goode, Brad Turner and More New Releases

Read "Brad Goode, Brad Turner and More New Releases" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week we feature excellent new albums by Brad Goode, Brad Turner, Gregory Rivkin and Samuel Blais alongside some other new releases and archive picks. Playlist Brad Goode Quintet “Half Moon" from That's Right (Origin Records) 00:00 Brad Turner “Ups and Downs" from Pacific (Cellar Live) 09:34 Gregory Rivkin “Portrait of Elvin" from ...

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Cycling

Label: Effendi Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Chli-Bli; Sidonie; Interludio Obscurio; Et Voit Le Jour; Cycling; Return To Napanoch; Taste Of Honey; The Crusher.

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Article: Album Review

Samuel Blais/David Liebman: Cycling

Read "Cycling" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


There's no accounting for how great music comes together on record. Sometimes everything is meticulously laid out for months or years in advance, as artists use planning and implementation to their advantage in the creative process; other times, sparks just fly at spur of the moment sessions. Cycling falls into the latter category. ...

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Article: Album Review

Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra: Habitat

Read "Habitat" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Christine Jensen is one of the new breed of composer / arrangers who write for large ensembles on a grand scale, favoring themes that paint well-drawn pictures and tell evocative stories, most of which are based on personal experiences or particular sights or sounds that have lingered in their mind and led them to put pen ...


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