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Sean Fyfe

Album

Late Night

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Happy; Late Night; Little Pants; Lush Life; Needful; Stella; To Wes; Validation.

Album

In This Moment

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Turnout; Cross Purpose; Sleight Of Hand; Blues For Proskurov; Afterthought; The New Same Old; In This Moment; Lost In The City; Quixote; Soliloquy.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ken Vandermark & Immanuel Wilkins

Read "Ken Vandermark & Immanuel Wilkins" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We start the 746th Episode of Neon Jazz with Immanuel Wilkins and a song off his critically-acclaimed album The 7th Hand. From there, we hear from veteran Ken Vandermark and explore new sounds from Kansas City saxophonist Stephen Martin. We also get into some new music from David Potter, Parlor Social and Sean Fyfe. We conclude ...

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Article: Album Review

Sam Kirmayer: In This Moment

Read "In This Moment" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Montreal-based guitarist Sam Kirmayer leads a well-modulated sextet on In This Moment, wherein all ten of the album's numbers were written by Kirmayer. That is both a strength and a weakness. On one hand, Kirmayer's themes are, for the most part, light, sunny and squarely in the jazz tradition; on the other, none of them is ...

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Article: Album Review

Sean Fyfe: Late Night

Read "Late Night" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Sean Fyfe is a peripatetic Canadian jazz pianist who has vagabonded his musical way from Vancouver Island to Montreal to New York City and now London. He has not forgotten the friends he met along the way and so his cohorts for the session are some buddies from Montreal: guitarist Sam Kirmayer, bassist Adrian Vedady and ...

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Article: Album Review

Sean Fyfe Quartet: Late Night

Read "Late Night" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The opening number on pianist Sean Fyfe's latest album, Late Night, is “Happy," which could serve as a subtext for the album as a whole. Even when performing a solo rendition of Billy Strayhorn's mournful “Lush Life," Fyfe somehow manages to sound happy, lending a sunny counterweight to the heart-breaking sense of loss that permeates Strayhorn's ...


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