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The Chicago Project

Label: Central Control
Released: 2008
Track listing: Exchange; Thrills; Birdhouse 1; Nomra; Love Call; Birdhouse 2; South By West; For Razi; Birdhouse 3.

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Matana Roberts: The Chicago Project

Read "The Chicago Project" reviewed by Troy Collins


The Chicago Project, a tribute to saxophonist Matana Roberts' hometown, features some of the Windy City's finest players, including guitarist Jeff Parker, bassist Josh Abrams, drummer Frank Rosaly and a special guest appearance by veteran tenor saxophonist and fellow AACM member Fred Anderson. Now a resident of New York City, Roberts establishes her Chicago bred lineage ...

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Matana Roberts: The Chicago Project

Read "The Chicago Project" reviewed by Matthew Miller


Anyone who has ever seen Matana Roberts live knows the intensity and devotion that go into her music. The saxophonist rarely speaks before a Performance; the crowd enters and, from the moment the first note is sounded, a focused intensity pervades the room. This devotional quality carries over into her diverse catalogue as a leader, imbuing ...

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The Chicago Project

Label: Constellation
Released: 2007
Track listing: Exchange; Thrills; Birdhouse 1; Nomra; Love Call; Birdhouse 2; South By West; For Razi; Birdhouse 3.

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The Chicago Project

Label: Urban Sherpas
Released: 2002


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