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Mark Orton: Nebraska

Read "Nebraska" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Even without seeing director Alexander Payne's critically acclaimed motion picture Nebraska, the soundtrack evokes a sense of poignant storytelling, motion, and depth. Multi-instrumentalist and film scorer Mark Orton vividly captures the essence of the film's story about a belligerent old man--performed by Bruce Dern who earned “Best Actor" for the role at the 2013 Cannes Film ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Songlines will release a pair of extremely diverse yet equally exciting albums on March 12. Fun House, the first recorded collaboration between the critically acclaimed pianists Benoit Delbecq and Fred Hersch, finds them performing in a rare double-trio configuration. It's a ground-breaking encounter and between jazz piano and the sonic resources of contemporary classical music, between ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dan Berg & The Gestalt: Manifesto

Read "Manifesto" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Manifesto, the debut release from Dan Berg & The Gestalt, may be one of 2010's best recordings. The composer/keyboardist--a Brooklyn native and former student of reed man Marty Ehrlich--has created a smart, versatile and accessible collection that bridges genres and techniques, while remaining at home in the jazz idiom. With touches of Tin Hat Trio, bits ...

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Ben Goldberg's Bag: Tin Hat & Go Home

Read "Ben Goldberg's Bag: Tin Hat & Go Home" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Ben Goldberg's music has never followed a set course or formula and the forward-thinking clarinetist always sticks to his guns when making artistic decisions. This has often resulted in positive press for his innovative work and it appears to have propelled him to take control of his own destiny. BAG Production Records is Goldberg's new, self-created ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rob Burger: City of Strangers

Read "City of Strangers" reviewed by Warren Allen

Whether in his playing as a founding member of the chamber jazz Tin Hat Trio, or in his sideman appearances with everyone from Iron & Wine to Laurie Anderson, Rob Burger brings an exotic and evocative touch to his music. John Zorn has featured Burger's accordion and/or piano on many soundtrack albums, and Burger's City of ...

Book Of Silk

Label: Bag Production Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 The Longest Night 2 The Clandestine Adventures Of Ms. Merz 3 Company 4 Invisible Mobile 5 March Of The Smallest Feet 6 Hotel Aurora 7 Osborne Avenue 8 Elliott Carter Family 9 Things That Might Have Been 10 Red Hook Stoop 11 Same Shirt, Different Day 12 Pablo Looks Back 13 Light Black From Pole To Pole 14 Lauren's Lullaby


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