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Article: Out and About: The Super Fans

Meet Tom Kohn

Read "Meet Tom Kohn" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper


Like many of our Jazz Super Fans, Tom Kohn's passion for music started when he was a teen, with a job in a record store and a penchant for acquiring albums that would impress even the most dedicated adult collectors. He grew up into a music business day job but, after suffering a life-changing event, he ...

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The Move

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2012

Album

The Move

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2006
Track listing: Fall; Lay Low; The Move; Ballooning; Itapo; Herbie and Pierre; Simple Sentiment.

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Article: Album Review

Nils Wogram/Simon Nabatov: The Move

Read "The Move" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Trombonist Nils Wogram has been playing and recording with pianist Simon Nabatov for the past ten years, and they have developed a very close musical comraderie. The Move is composed of seven pieces, three by Wogram and four by Nabatov, that explore many different moods and emotions, many times with good-natured humor. The ...

Album

The Move

Label: Between the Lines
Released: 2005
Track listing: Fall; Lay Low; The Move; Ballooning; Itapo; Herbie and Pierre; Simple Sentiment.

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Article: Album Review

Nils Wogram & Simon Nabatov: The Move

Read "The Move" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Nils Wogram and Simon Nabatov have long been musical brothers in arms. They have played in each other's quartets and recorded three albums as a duo, of which The Move, recorded at Koln's Loft, is their latest. The compositions are divided about equally. It is immediately and manifestly apparent that the two have established an innate ...


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