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Fire! Orchestra, Ralph Alessi, Ron Caines & Karl Evangelista

Read "Fire! Orchestra, Ralph Alessi, Ron Caines & Karl Evangelista" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Putting this episode together was a most enjoyable time; there was so much to choose out of a whack of new releases with a few “memories" too. On the new release side, you'll hear music from The Netherlands (saxophonist Hristo Goleminov, guitarist Ella Zirina and Tale Tellers From A Timeless Tribe), English free jazz saxophonist Ron ...


Article: Album Review

Konrad Agnas: Rite Of Passage

Read "Rite Of Passage" reviewed by Mark Corroto

For Konrad Agnas it is all about the pulse, and you may be thinking it is because his day job description is drummer. We have heard him at the drum set in Alberto Pinton's trios, quartet, and sextet, Johan Lindström's Septett, a large version of the Angles, and various other assemblages. With Rite Of Passage he ...



Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Khimaira.


Article: Album Review

Chris Pitsiokos: Art Of The Alto

Read "Art Of The Alto" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Chris Pitsiokos contains multitudes. His sounds do, and from that one can extrapolate, he as an artist also. He can be found in multiple settings from chamber music to rock and noise. His music touches on improvisation, free jazz, and fusion. Pitsiokos leads several ensembles from his CP Unit to the trio Protean Reality with Susana ...


Article: Album Review

Child Of Illusion: Khimaira

Read "Khimaira" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Nowadays, billionaires pay inordinate sums of money to leave Earth's atmosphere aboard rockets, just to float in space. The more modest of us can get the same effect listening to Khimaira by the trio Child Of Illusion. Recorded live in Stockholm, in 2018, this release follows the trio's initial eponymous offering from Clean Feed Records, released ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Charles Mingus, Luke Stewart-Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet & David Binney

Read "Charles Mingus, Luke Stewart-Jarvis Earnshaw Quartet & David Binney" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

An extended piece (actually they all are) from Charles Mingus' The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's is a definite highlight this week, as is the new release from bassist Luke Stewart and sitarist Jarvis Earnshaw. David Binney's new Tomorrow's Journey gets some added bounce from a crew of young L.A. hotshots, NY drummer John Sturino chips ...

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Celebrating International Jazz

Read "Celebrating International Jazz" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

This is the playlist for the April 28th show--two days ahead of the International Jazz Day--so it's loaded up with music from artists from 16 different different countries. The entire last hour is entirely international, but then again, One Man's Jazz has been featuring such music and artists for several years now. Jazz doesn't need a ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Whit Dickey Quartet, Yells At Eels & Fabian Dudek

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There's a full load of great music in this episode of One Man's Jazz. It opens with a continuation of my recognition of trumpeter Dennis Gonzalez who passed away last month. The focus is on his powerful trio, Yells At Eels, with his two sons, Aaron and Stefan. There's a good chunk of new stuff from ...


On the Asylum

Label: Moserobie
Released: 2021
Track listing: What What; Twenty Twenty; Homeward; Trombone Interlude; The Prom; Solitude Tune; Echoes Across the Dunes; Edwards Chacone; Music Orbit Box; Humming Ships; On the Asylum; Septet Serenade; A Snippet From "Music for Valves and Pedals; Worms of Underground.


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