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The Art of Dying

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: With or Without the Universalator (Birdie's Dream); The; Your Shirts; Art; Miss O; 9 Car; Of; U're the Guy (Keith Wood); Dying; Sackett's Harbor; Ludicrous Dreams and Solar Guided Lovehandles; Machine Gun Operator; Manisia Lynn; 2.4.7.9; Smokeless Heat Live on WMSE, Milwaukee.

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Jason Ajemian: The Art of Dying

Read "The Art of Dying" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il dischi che nascono da un'intimità espressiva e da una continuità di lavoro si riconoscono a pelle. Indipendentemente dall'esito finale, sembrano possedere un calore e una dimensione narrativa molto più profonda rispetto ad altri progetti, portando con sè le tracce della costruzione e lasciando che queste tracce diventino parte integrante della musica. In questo The Art ...

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Jason Ajemian: The Art Of Dying

Read "The Art Of Dying" reviewed by Nic Jones


This one straddles the divide between the straight-ahead domain and areas of greater freedom with such aplomb that listeners might be left wondering why such categories exist at all. In addition, there's a pervasive low-key quality to the music which serves in itself to further cement this group's distinct identity. The cryptically entitled “Your Shirts" gives ...

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Jason Ajemian's Smokeless Heat: The Art of Dying

Read "The Art of Dying" reviewed by John Barron


Bassist Jason Ajemian and his ensemble Smokeless Heat add to the continuing legacy of Chicago improv with The Art of Dying, an intimate reflection on collective musical ideals featuring drummer Noritaka Tanaka and tenor saxophonist Tim Haldeman. For much of the session, the group is augmented by Matt Schneider (guitar), Jamie Branch (trumpet) and Jason Adasiewicz ...

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Jason Ajemian: The Art of Dying

Read "The Art of Dying" reviewed by Troy Collins


Credit the laidback Midwestern vibe, or the relative availability of regular gigs, but jazz musicians from the Windy City sometimes seem to enjoy a more communal sense of development than their East Coast cousins. The highly competitive New York scene may be the undisputed center of the jazz world, but Chicago's fertile scene has generated its ...


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