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Tim Green

Tim Green took his first formal piano lessons at the age of 19 while attending Eastern Illinois University (from where he graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy). Within a few years, he began performing in jazz groups around Central Illinois, while living in Champaign. During that time, he met and performed with a variety of touring jazz artists who encouraged him to move to Chicago and explore all it has to offer. In 2000, he did move to Chicago, a city whose cultural depth enables one to be surrounded by many of the world's best living jazz artists and have countless opportunities to learn and grow from them. Within a few months of moving to the Windy City, Tim received a call from tenor saxophone legend Von Freeman to play in Von's quartet. Tim has worked as a sideman in many notable groups in and around Chicago

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Article: Album Review

Aaron Seeber: First Move

Read "First Move" reviewed by Troy Dostert


Given that it is his debut disc, drummer Aaron Seeber's First Move seems aptly titled. The music it offers is anything but an opening gambit, however; even after a cursory listen, it is quickly apparent that Seeber has been at this game for some time. From the top-shelf caliber of his associates, to his unfailing poise ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Sounds and some live Sun Ra

Read "New Sounds and some live Sun Ra" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week a selection of new releases together with a classic live performance from Sun Ra. There's music from David Sanford, Manny Kellough, Mauricio Rodriguez, The Heavyweights Brass Band, Avataar, Barry Deister and we're closing with some great improvisation from Tim Green and Massimo Magee. Playlist David Sanford “Immersion" from A Prayer For Lester ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Selection Of New Releases

Read "A Selection Of New Releases" reviewed by Bob Osborne


A selection of tracks from recent releases including music from the fourth album from drummer Andrés Elstein, cutting edge avant-garde playing from Joe O'Connor, Theo Carbo & Tim Green, and sampling and sculpting of sounds from Matias Riquelme. Then to the UK for new albums from Slowly Rolling Camera, and Sons of Kemet and to the ...

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Article: Interview

Ulysses Owens: Big Band, Big Sound

Read "Ulysses Owens: Big Band, Big Sound" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Some jazz drummers, as remarkable as they may be and as successful as their careers are, just aren't suited to drive a big band. It's not for every percussionist. But every big band needs a good one or the effort will fall short. A ship needs a rudder. Ulysses Owens Jr., who started beating out rhythms ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Focus Cyclone Trio

Read "A Focus Cyclone Trio" reviewed by Bob Osborne


Cyclone Trio is described as a head caving heavy jazz power unit of drums and saxophones, compromising Tony Irving a non-linear/free improvising drummer who founded the bands Ascension and Descension in the '90s, with drummer Tim Green and saxophonist Massimo Magee. The group was formed in Brisbane, Australia in 2013. Their music has been described as ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A selection of brand new music

Read "A selection of brand new music" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week all new sounds: Jacksonville Florida Jazz Collective Madre Vaca interpret the music of Franz Schubert with their take on the Winterreise song cycle. Another release from the new label 9donkeys with a live recording of Tim Berne, David Torn and Ches Smith as Sun of Goldfinger. A stunning new album of jazz ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Out To Dinner?

Read "Out To Dinner?" reviewed by Bob Osborne


Featured this time around is a great new album from “supergroup" Out to Dinner featuring Behn Gillece, Michael Dease. Tim Green, Boris Kozlov and Rudy Royston. Also featured a great meeting between Terkel Nørgaard and Ralph Alessi plus a selection of other excellent new music including a preview of the long awaited release of Miles Davis ...

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Article: Year in Review

2018: The Year in Jazz

Read "2018: The Year in Jazz" reviewed by Ken Franckling


The year 2018 was a busy one for the jazz world. The genre's version of the #MeToo movement resulted in a new Code of Conduct and other efforts to make the music workplace more equitable. International Jazz Day brought its biggest stage to St. Petersburg, Russia. The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, which ran a high-profile ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

ears&eyes Records: From Chicago to the World

Read "ears&eyes Records: From Chicago to the World" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


Those who feel that jazz has run out of steam, that there is nothing new to say, should encounter bassist and renaissance man, Matthew Golombisky, who runs the Chicago-based label ears&eyes. The name says it all. Golombisky is interested in what is going on around him. He is not only curious about music, but also passionate ...


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