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'Naked Animals,' A 1990 Recording By Saxophonist/Flutist Mark Lewis & His Long-Lived Rotterdam-Based Quartet, Set For First Release On April 2

'Naked Animals,' A 1990 Recording By Saxophonist/Flutist Mark Lewis & His Long-Lived Rotterdam-Based Quartet, Set For First Release On April 2

Alto saxophonist/flutist Mark Lewis revisits a chapter from his own musical history on Naked Animals, set for an April 2 release on the Audio Daddio label. Recorded in 1990, the album features eight original compositions performed by Lewis’s Dutch quartet, the working unit he maintained through most of his 14-year residency in jny: Rotterdam: pianist Willem ...

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Drummer-Composer Reggie Quinerly Examines His Relationship With The City That Never Sleeps On 'New York Nowhere,' Set For March 12 Release

Drummer-Composer Reggie Quinerly Examines His Relationship With The City That Never Sleeps On 'New York Nowhere,' Set For March 12 Release

Drummer-composer Reggie Quinerly tempers his ever-soulful post-bop jazz concept with a sense of rumination with the March 12 release of New York Nowhere on his own Redefinition Records. The album, Quinerly’s fourth, finds him bidding farewell to the jazz capital of the world, which he called home from 1999 to 2020. Joining him for his send-off ...

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'Unreleased Art Pepper Volume Eleven: Atlanta' To Be Released Feb. 19 On Widow's Taste Records

'Unreleased Art Pepper Volume Eleven: Atlanta' To Be Released Feb. 19 On Widow's Taste Records

On a 1980 tour that he undertook with his working quartet, Art Pepper spent the evening of May 17 electrifying the audience at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of jny: Atlanta. The tour was a quickie affair—his wife and manager, Laurie, barely even noted it on her calendar. She did roll tape, however, and for her efforts, ...

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Yelena Eckemoff Intensifies Her Conceptual Approach To Music With 'Adventures Of The Wildflower,' Set For March 19 Release

Yelena Eckemoff Intensifies Her Conceptual Approach To Music With 'Adventures Of The Wildflower,' Set For March 19 Release

Pianist-composer Yelena Eckemoff unfurls her most elaborate and ambitious musical work yet with Adventures of the Wildflower, which her own L&H Production label will release on March 19, 2021. As its title suggests, the double album is the story of a life, from birth to death (and rebirth), of an anthropomorphic columbine flower. Its story is ...

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The Gabrial Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet Releases 'Social Distancing,' A Musical Memoir Inspired By The 2020 Pandemic, Due January 29

The Gabrial Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet Releases 'Social Distancing,' A Musical Memoir Inspired By The 2020 Pandemic, Due January 29

Afro-Peruvian Jazz Music is the life’s work of trumpeter and composer Gabriel Alegría. For the past 15 years, he has led a cross-cultural ensemble called the Afro-Peruvian Sextet that has slowly (but surely) placed Afro-Peruvian Jazz Music on the international musical map. Alongside his principal collaborators Freddy “Huevito” Lobatón (percussion), Laura Andrea Leguía (saxophones), and Hugo ...

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Brian Andres: Mayan Suite

Read "Mayan Suite" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Drummer and percussionist Brian Andres may have been born in Cincinnati but his musical homeland is Latin America. A drummer by age ten, Anders studied at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music and eventually followed his Latin musical muse from local gigs with Cincinnati Slim & The Headhunters to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he ...

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Claire Daly: Rah! Rah!

Read "Rah! Rah!" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Ask a casual fan about Rahsaan Roland Kirk's impact and you're likely to receive a remark about multi-horn madness—a man wielding three at once, brazenly blowing the walls down. But Kirk, of course, was so much more than that enduring image. His writing, performing, spirit and humanity spoke to the ages, reaching out and grabbing ahold ...

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Saxophonist Benjamin Boone Broadens His Explorations Of Poetry & Jazz With "The Poets Are Gathering," Due Oct. 16 From Origin Records

Saxophonist Benjamin Boone Broadens His Explorations Of Poetry & Jazz With "The Poets Are Gathering," Due Oct. 16 From Origin Records

Benjamin Boone takes his fascination with the merger of poetry and jazz to stunning new heights on The Poets Are Gathering, set for an October 16 release on Origin Records. True to its title, the album finds the saxophonist-composer assembling a large group of acclaimed American poets—11 in all, including Tyehimba Jess (Pulitzer Prize), Patricia Smith ...

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Beth Duncan: I'm All Yours

Read "I'm All Yours" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

As fertile and durable as the Great American Songbook is, like fossil fuels it is not an infinite and forgiving loam. It is a splendid jumping-off point, both historically and contemporarily, for the swan dive into jazz. At least tangentially, it also serves as the creative spark, igniting new, more progressive composition. This is where Sacramento-based ...

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Saxophonist Jacam Manricks Reveals New Musical Dimensions On 'Samadhi,' Set For Sept. 4 Release

Saxophonist Jacam Manricks Reveals New Musical Dimensions On 'Samadhi,' Set For Sept. 4 Release

Saxophonist/composer Jacám Manricks marks his arrival as a full-fledged auteur on the splendid Samadhi, set for a September 4 release on his own Manricks Music Records. Already an accomplished composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, and improviser, Manricks’s sixth album adds recording, engineering, producing, and mixing to his overflowing skill set. Thus it stands as a vision entirely of ...


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