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Label: CoreMusic
Released: 2014

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The Core

Label: Kubrickology Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Core; I Will Think Of You; Red Moon Suite – Travel; Red Moon Suite – Arrival; Red Moon Suite – Home.

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Article: Extended Analysis

Ola Kvernberg Trio: Northern Tapes

Read "Ola Kvernberg Trio: Northern Tapes" reviewed by John Kelman


It's been three years since Ola Kvernberg released the ambitious Liarbird (Jazzland, 2011), a studio document of his 2010 Molde International Jazz Festival commission where guest Joshua Redman was recruited for the live performance, but where, far more than a ringer for Kvernberg, Redman was clearly awestruck by this virtuosic young violinist/composer. It's not that Kvernberg ...

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Article: Album Review

Bob van Luijt's Square Orange: The Core

Read "The Core" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


What's the appeal of a square orange? Place it on a table and it stays put. That's about it. The musical equivalent, in the shape of Dutch bass guitarist Bob van Luijt's Square Orange, has much greater appeal. The quintet's debut album, The Core, features van Luijt's original compositions: a set with impressive stylistic range.

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Article: Extended Analysis

Moster!: Edvard Lygre Moster

Read "Moster!: Edvard Lygre Moster" reviewed by John Kelman


He may be flying somewhat beneath the radar internationally, but in Norway, saxophonist Kjetil Møster has a vibrant career that ranges from the acoustic post-John Coltrane group The Core--whose Office Essentials (Jazzland, 2008) made clear that the American tradition is a touchstone, at least to some, in the country's distinctive jazz scene--to ongoing work with the ...

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Article: Album Review

Grand General: Grand General

Read "Grand General" reviewed by John Kelman


Despite many members barely into their thirties, Grand General is a Norwegian super group of sorts. Ola Kvernberg is, perhaps, best-known internationally for a string of recordings that, including Folk (Jazzland, 2009) and the more ambitious Liarbird (Jazzland, 2011), have garnered the violinist/violist plaudits like the DnB NOR Award at the 2012 Kongsberg Jazz Festival. Guitarist ...

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Meet John Kelman

Read "Meet John Kelman" reviewed by AAJ Staff


I currently live in: Ottawa, Canada I joined All About Jazz in: 2004 What made you decide to contribute to All About Jazz? After deciding to start writing about music in about 2001, and starting at smaller websites, I was approached by All About Jazz in late 2003, with the question: “We've ...

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Article: Album Review

Guy Sion: Away

Read "Away" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The title of Israel-born, Oslo-based saxophonist Guy Sion's debut symbolizes his state of mind, having been away from home, moving from one place to another in the last decade--leaving Israel for music studies in Amsterdam, then moving to New York and finally settling in Oslo. Sion's original compositions reflect this long winding road-- modern American jazz ...

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Cortex: Göteborg

Read "Göteborg" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Norway's Cortex released its highly promising debut, Resection (Bolage), in 2011. The members of this high-octane quartet met during jazz studies in Trondheim, and began working as a band in 2007. Cortex follows the free jazz legacy of Ornette Coleman quartet with trumpeter Don Cherry, spicing it with wise, original compositions and uncompromising performances inspired by ...


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