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Article: Multiple Reviews

Satoko Fujii & Jim Yanda: Not So Silent In Their Ways

Read "Satoko Fujii & Jim Yanda: Not So Silent In Their Ways" reviewed by Doug Collette


If it's indeed true that free jazz is an acquired taste, the premise begs the question of whether it's an arbitrary choice or a preference that lies dormant in all musiclovers awaiting only that signal listening experience to pique the natural curiosity and, in turn, awaken an abiding interest to further pursue this arcane field of ...

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Article: Album Review

Alister Spence Trio With Ed Kuepper: Asteroid Ekosystem

Read "Asteroid Ekosystem" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Australian pianist/keyboardist Alister Spence—with his avant-garde credibility established via free-roaming work with his trio and collaborations with pianist/composer/bandleader Satoko Fujii—takes another let's-see-what-happens exploratory step in a collaboration with guitarist Ed Kuepper on the double CD outing, Asteroid Ekosystems, a sonic trek into the extraterrestrial area of space debris between Mars and Jupiter. Or not. ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Benny Golson, Joshua Breakstone and More

Read "Benny Golson, Joshua Breakstone and More" reviewed by Joe Dimino


This week we focus on avant-garde bassist Joe Fonda. We recently interviewed Joe, who has a new release with the OGJB Quartet along with a duo recording with pianist Satoko Fujii. We also feature the music of Wadada Leo Smith and move our way into a bright young cat with fresh grooves, Nikola Bankov. Legendary saxophonist ...

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Article: Album Review

Alister Spence / Satoko Fujii: Intelsat

Read "Intelsat" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


This is the ninth of twelve CDs celebrating leading-edge pianist, composer Satoko Fujii's 60th birthday. On this album Fujii and Australian keyboardist Alistir Spence (Barre Phillip, Myra Melford) perform a series of over-the-top duets in front of a live audience in 2017 at the Intelstat jazz venue in Kiracho, Nishio, Japan. The artists first met when ...

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Article: Album Review

David Virelles: Igbó Alákọrin

Read "Igbó Alákọrin" reviewed by Jim Trageser


Maybe the most unexpected delight of 2018, avant-garde pianist David Virelles has released an utterly dyed-in-the-wool homage to his birthplace of Santiago de Cuba.Completely different from any other recording he's done to this point, this unreconstructed slice of midcentury Cuban music is so completely steeped in tradition, and Virelles' playing is so gorgeously virtuosic, ...

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Article: Out and About: The Super Fans

Meet Jacob Cartwright

Read "Meet Jacob Cartwright" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper


Our August Super Fan is a visual artist with a special affinity for improvisational music, which has spilled over into his jazz-themed painting series. In jazz, as in art, Jacob Cartwright values the past while embracing the forward momentum of the new. Plus he's really “down with the jazz cats"--read on to see what we mean! ...

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News: Recording

Mark Aanderud, Hernan Hecht And Stomu Takeishi As Molé Present A New Take On The Piano Trio With Their Highly Evocative "RGB" On RareNoiseRecords

Mark Aanderud, Hernan Hecht And Stomu Takeishi As Molé Present A New Take On The Piano Trio With Their Highly Evocative "RGB" On RareNoiseRecords

Freedom, experimentation and telepathy are the watch words for RGB, the latest transcendent collaboration of pianist-composer Mark Aanderud and drummer Hernan Hecht under their collective name of Molé. Joining the two longstanding partners on their second RareNoise outing is the inventive Japanese bassist and longtime New York resident Stomu Takeishi, whose highly expressive and adventurous low-end ...

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Article: Live Review

Barry Guy New Orchestra: Krakow, Poland, November 20-23, 2012

Read "Barry Guy New Orchestra: Krakow, Poland, November 20-23, 2012" reviewed by John Sharpe


Barry Guy New OrchestraAlchemiaKrakow, PolandNovember 20-23, 2012 Now in its seventh year, the annual autumn jazz extravaganza--Krakowska Jesien Jazzowa, in the beautiful Polish city of Krakow--has gone from strength to strength. It's impossible to see all the acts on the bill without spending several months in residence as they come in ...

Article: Multiple Reviews

I mondi di Satoko Fujii, tra Giappone e Stati Uniti, tra orchestra e duo

Read "I mondi di Satoko Fujii, tra Giappone e Stati Uniti, tra orchestra e duo" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Satoko Fujii Orchestra New York Summer Suite Libra Records 2008 Valutazione: 4 stelle Tra le musiciste che con maggiore intensità stanno esplorando le differenti forme della ricerca improvvisativa e compositiva contemporanea, la pianista giapponese Satoko Fujii dimostra disco dopo disco una sensibilità in grado di ottenere il meglio da ciascuna situazione. Se questa riflessione può apparire ...


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