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For Those Who Chant

Read "For Those Who Chant" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes

Luis Gasca was one of the hottest trumpet players in California during the 1970s, recording a handful of albums fueled by the drugs, the culture, and the excitement of that time and place. Though they all featured large ensembles, only one of them allowed some of the era's most legendary musicians to blur the lines separating ...


BMW Jazz Festival 2012

Read "BMW Jazz Festival 2012" reviewed by Ross Eustis

BMW Jazz FestivalVia FunchalSão Paulo, BrazilJune 8-10, 2012 To borrow a word commonly associated with BMW cars, this is a luxury festival. The BMW Jazz Festival debuted one year ago, in 2011, in São Paulo, Brazil. With handsome funding from BMW Financial Services-Bank Group in Brazil, the young festival experienced wild ...


Don Alias and Joni Mitchell

Read "Don Alias and Joni Mitchell" reviewed by Melanie Futorian

[Editor's Note: Cymbalism is an All About Jazz column featuring excerpts from an upcoming autobiography on the late, great percussionist Don Alias, co-written by Melanie Futorian, his companion for the last seven years of his life. This installment covers Alias' collaboration with singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell]Joni and I were living together working on our romance. ...


George Barron @ Cheltenham Center for the Arts on March 7th

George Barron @ Cheltenham Center for the Arts on March 7th

Appearing at the Cheltenham Center for the Arts, 439 Ashbourne Rd, Cheltenham, PA on March 7th 2012 will be saxophonist George Barron and his band, featuring pianist Farid Barron, bassist Tyrone Brown, and drummer Alan Nelson. One show: 7:30-9PM. Tickets: $10/$5 for students. No advance sales. Free Refreshments! For info: 215-517-8337. This Jazz Bridge Neighborhood Concert ...


Stanley Clarke to Release First Acoustic Trio Album

Stanley Clarke to Release First Acoustic Trio Album

With the May 12 issue of Jazz In The Garden (Heads Up), Stanley Clarke will see the first release of an acoustic trio album that he has led. I had never done an acoustic bass record, ever. There’s a long list of people on whose records I’ve played acoustic bass--Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz, Joe ...


Bill Bruford: The Bruford Tapes & Gradually Going Tornado

Read "Bill Bruford: The Bruford Tapes & Gradually Going Tornado" reviewed by John Kelman

Part 1 | Part 2Drummer Bill Bruford may be best-known to some as the meticulous yet ever-grooving drummer behind classic Yes and a number of King Crimson line-ups, but it's been within his own body of work as a leader where he's shown the most growth. More than just a timekeeper with an ability ...


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