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Article: Album Review

The Kora Band: New Cities

Read "New Cities" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Pianist Andrew Oliver formed The Kora Band in 2008 following a tour in West Africa and a chance meeting with a kora player, leading him to track down Kane Mathis, whom he recruited and whose presence naturally gave birth to the group's name and its idiosyncratic sound. Mathis is one of the foremost kora players in ...

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News: Radio

JazzWeek Radio Chart: September 20, 2010

TWLW2WArtistTWLWMoveAddRptsPeakWks177Esperanza Spalding Chamber Music Society (Heads Up)256165+9117415256Steve Turre Delicious & Delightful (HighNote)223170+5306024341James Moody Moody 4B (IPO)210195+1505715435The Marsalis Family Music Redeems (Marsalis)201199+205035593Conrad Herwig The Latin Side Of Herbie Hancock (Half Note)184155+2905534612Tamir Hendelman Destinations (Resonance)181221-4015518769Freddy Cole Freddy Cole Sings Mr.B (HighNote)148167-1904664884Kenny Burrell Be Yourself (HighNote)147157-1004011091331Hadley Caliman & Pete Christlieb Reunion (Origin)133129+404794102429Stanley Clarke Stanley Clarke Band (Heads Up)13275+57059214111010Curtis Fuller ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Free Concert Thursday: The Kora Band at City Hall

Hear The Kora Band for free at Seattle's City Hall Plaza on Fourth Avenue on Sept. 2. From The Seattle Times: Like a good cup of coffee, The Kora Band is a rich blend, combining traditional West African music with American jazz. Hear the quintet for free at noon Thursday at City Hall plaza, ...


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