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Article: Year in Review

Dave Sumner's Best Releases/Downloads of 2011

Read "Dave Sumner's Best Releases/Downloads of 2011" reviewed by Dave Sumner


It's never easy compiling best of lists, but here are twelve albums for which my enthusiasm hasn't ebbed during the course of the year. A free download is available for each of them, except for the Avital (which I'm in the process of obtaining) and the Haarla (which I'll never get). Enjoy! Tunnel Six Lake Superior ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Storms/Nocturnes: VIA

Read "Storms/Nocturnes: VIA" reviewed by John Kelman


Storms/Nocturnes VIA Origin Records2011 Virtuosity can, when it's the raison d'être, be an impediment; when it's a foundation, in service of the music, it can be liberating. Storms/Nocturnes was initially the brainchild of Tim Garland but, after first convening as a subset of the sextet on the closing track ...

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News: Recording

"VIA" - the new recording by the Storms/Nocturnes Trio: Tim Garland, Geoffrey Keezer, Joe Locke

With VIA the third album by the Storms/Nocturnes Trio, celebrated British saxophonist Tim Garland, world leading vibraphone virtuoso Joe Locke and recent Grammy nominee, pianist Geoffrey Keezer, create a unique three way dialogue of captivating, immersive music. This enduring international alliance of three jazz giants is celebrating its tenth anniversary with this album, released on Seattle-based ...

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Storms/Nocturnes

Label: Farol
Released: 2001


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