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Globe Unity: Sweden

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Jonas Kullhammar Quartet Från Och Med Herr Moserobie Music Production 2010 Correction Two Nights in April Ayler Records 2010 Swedish Azz Jazz På Svenska NotTwo Records ...

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Eric Hofbauer: Eric Hofbauer: American Fear!

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With American Fear!, creative guitarist Eric Hofbauer once again exposes his funny bone, effectively demonstrating that jazz and humor are not mutually exclusive. Like American Vanity (Creative Nation, 2002), this is a solo guitar effort mixing unusual covers with quirky originals, all delivered with the Boston-based artist's extroverted minimalism. There are no disposable ...

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Pat Metheny: One Man's Band

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In plays such as Medea and Alcestis, the ancient Greek tragedian Euripides was roundly criticized, even parodied, for his use of an artificial plot device or deus ex machina ("god from the machine"), because it violated narrative logic and challenged the audience's suspension of disbelief. Guitarist Pat Metheny, never one to shy away from wrathful gods, ...

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Globe Unity: Portugal

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RED TrioRED TrioClean Feed2009 Gianni Lenoci, Carlos Zingaro, Marcello MagliocchiSerendipityAmirani2009 Rodrigo AmadoThe Abstract TruthEuropean Echoes2009 Although more associated in popular imagination with ...

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Tom Harrell: Tom Harrell: Roman Nights

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Roman Nights, trumpeter Tom Harrell's third release with his hardworking quintet of saxophonist Wayne Escoffery, pianist Danny Grissett, bassist Ugonna Okegwo and drummer Johnathan Blake, is an all-original set that maintains the highest standards of composition, small-group arranging and improvisation. Harrell is a paragon of restraint, each note carefully chosen, each phrase finely balanced, seducing with ...

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Mark Turner: International Alliances

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Diego Barber Calima Sunnyside Records 2008 Mamasaal Quartet Mamasaal feat. Mark Turner SAZAS 2008 Saxophonist Mark Turner, a notable bandleader and distinctive voice in his own right, ...

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Globe Unity: Spain

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AfinkeEn la Cuerda Floja R3cords 2009 Santiago LatorreÓrbitaAccretions2009 Agusti FernandezUn Llamp Que No S'Acaba MaiPsi2009 The Spanish jazz scene got off to ...

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Two Talents, Two Tangents: Pete McCann & Sheryl Bailey

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Pete McCann Extra Mile 19/8 2009 Sheryl Bailey A New Promise MCG Jazz 2009 Pete McCann and Sheryl Bailey, two talented jazz guitarists with an affinity for ...

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Larry Coryell: Making the Changes

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“This is all Coltrane, from his early/middle/late period, whatever that means!" laughs guitarist Larry Coryell. He is sitting backstage in the green room at Iridium in 2009, describing a chart he is about to try out with organist Joey DeFrancesco. “And then this part here is very much like 'All Blues,' like Miles," he says, humming ...

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David Berger Jazz Orchestra: Colorizing the Classics: David Berger's Tribute to Harry Warren

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Arranger/recomposer David Berger's music is likely to prompt mixed reactions for its mixing of traditional values with creative originality, somewhat akin to Ted Turner's colorizing of classic black and white films. Colorizing the Classics is a big-band follow-up to I Had the Craziest Dream (Such Sweet Thunder, 2008), an octet outing also championing the works of ...


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