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Various Artists: Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story 1975-1993

Read "Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story 1975-1993" reviewed by Chris May

The significance of this superb compilation is summed up by a fuzzy b&w photo inside the twenty-eight page accompanying booklet. It shows Oneness Of Juju gathered round a twenty-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty in their hometown, Richmond, Virginia in 1976. You can just make out the expressions of optimism and, yes, patriotism on the ...

Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990 - 2014

Label: Art Yard / Strut
Released: 2019
Track listing: Side A: Wide And Blue; Freddie’s Groove. Side B: Juba; Ode To Black Mothers; Conjure Man. Side C: Libra Ahora; Hometown. Side D: He The One We All Knew; Marcus Garvey; The Slave Ship Enterprise.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Chris May's Best Releases of 2019

Read "Chris May's Best Releases of 2019" reviewed by Chris May

The world may be going to hell in a handcart, but the year has been full of uplifting jazz. Here are ten of the best albums--the first seven newly recorded, the final three reissued or recently unearthed. Each one is the coyote's cojones. Yazz Ahmed Polyhymnia Ropeadope The eagerly ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tribe: Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990 - 2014

Read "Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990 - 2014" reviewed by Chris May

Hot on the heels of jny: Detroit trombonist and co-founder of the Tribe Phil Ranelin's Phil Ranelin Collected 2003—2019 (Wide Hive, 2019), comes another funked up spiritual-jazz beauty from the collective. The music on both albums is about as good as jazz ever gets and, given the social divisions being encouraged by reactionary politicians on both ...

Tribe

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Amnesia; Garbage Can Blues; Choctaw; Incognito; Cornettology; F. Express; Tears for Neda; Song Tree; Paris Baguette; Planet Earth; Tribe; Improvisation.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Enrico Rava Quintet: Tribe

Read "Tribe" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Trumpeter Enrico Rava has enjoyed a sustained late-career, creative high since returning to ECM with Easy Living (ECM, 2004) after an absence of 20 years. With a largely new and exciting lineup, Tribe balances new compositions with reworked older material, all imbued with Rava's trademark lyricism, embracing warmth and melodic strength. As the 2008 Touchstone Series ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Enrico Rava Quintet: Tribe

Read "Tribe" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Enrico Rava torna a incidere per la ECM di Manfred Eicher a due anni di distanza da New York Days, insieme a Petrella, Guidi, Sferra, Evangelista e Ancillotto, musicisti esperti, anche se alcuni ancora molto giovani, capaci di intendere al meglio sia la filosofia musicale del leader che le consuete attitudini dell'etichetta bavarese. Tribe è un ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Enrico Rava Quintet: Tribe

Read "Tribe" reviewed by Greg Simmons

Italian trumpet virtuoso Enrico Rava masters improvised atmospheric landscapes on Tribe. His thick, dark horn quests for firm structure and often, not finding anything solid, rolls back and forth over the rhythm section as it collaboratively meanders through the soundscape. Being drawn into the adventure is almost irresistible. “Amnesia" sets the expectation that this ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Enrico Rava Quintet: Tribe

Read "Tribe" reviewed by John Kelman

Plenty has happened since Enrico Rava last recorded with his working quintet. All but the piano chair remained stable between Easy Living (ECM, 2004) and The Words And The Days (ECM, 2007), but trombonist Gianluca Petrella is the sole remnant on Tribe. “Change is good," they say, and if the rest of Rava's quintet consists of ...


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