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Article: Album Review

Raoul Bjorkenheim and eCsTaSy: eCsTaSy

Read "eCsTaSy" reviewed by Dave Wayne

For me, guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim is one of those musicians whose albums are always the subject of eager anticipation. His playing is both emotionally cathartic and intellectually gratifying. His highly-charged, utterly distinctive and immediately recognizable sound has been at the center of a number of fascinating cooperative groups over the past few years, including Scorch Trio ...


Made In Norway

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2011



Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2011
Track listing: Relajo; Bambalán; Fajao; Orita; Melaza; Estinche; Raitrú; Iesnú!.


Article: Album Review

Scorch Trio: Melaza

Read "Melaza" reviewed by John Kelman

Human nature may tend towards resisting change, but shaking up a group--even one with a longstanding and successful lineup--can sometimes drive the music in subtly different directions. Losing Norwegian drummer Paal Nilssen-Love may have seemed like a blow change for Scorch Trio, but recruiting Frank Rosaly--who moves around in the same circles as Nilssen-Love, playing with ...

Article: Album Review

Scorch Trio: Melaza

Read "Melaza" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il chitarrista americano di origine finlandese Raoul Bjorkenheim continua imperterrito ad esercitare una efficace opera di destrutturazione del linguaggio della chitarra elettrica con il suo trio denominato Scorch che lo vede affiancato, per questa occasione, dal bassista Ingebrigt Haker Flaten e dal batterista Frank Rosaly (che prende il posto di Paal Nilssen- Love). Gli otto brani ...


Article: Album Review

Nick Mazzarella Trio: Aviary

Read "Aviary" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Saxophonist Nick Mazzarella keeps things neat and succinct on this shortish (30 minute) introductory release. Although compact, this release is quite loquacious and, perhaps, a presage of great things to come.All six compositions were penned by Mazzarella, and harken back to the early 1960s, and the rise of Ornette Coleman and Eric Dolphy. Mazzarella, ...



Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2010


Article: Live Review

Tampere Jazz Happening 2010: Day 2, November 5, 2010

Read "Tampere Jazz Happening 2010: Day 2, November 5, 2010" reviewed by John Kelman

Day 1 | Day 2 | Days 3-4 Tampere Jazz HappeningTampere, FinlandNovember 4-7, 2010 Day two of Tampere Jazz Happening kicked the festival into high gear, with a terrific line-up at both the festival's primary venues: Pakkahuone's Old Customs House Hall, which seats upwards of a thousand people and is used ...


Article: Album Review

Various Artists: Twenty Centuries of Stony Sleep

Read "Twenty Centuries of Stony Sleep" reviewed by John Kelman

Since releasing its first album, Supersilent's groundbreaking 1--3 (1998), Rune Grammofon has evolved into one of Norway's most consistently intrepid and unfettered labels. With every passing year, it's stylistic purview--largely focusing on Norwegian artists--expands just that extra bit further, with music ranging from the sublime beauty of In the Country's debut, This Was the Pace of ...


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