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A Random Selection Of The Best New Releases Of 2020, Part 1

Read "A Random Selection Of The Best New Releases Of 2020, Part 1" reviewed by Len Davis

Best new releases of 2020. Playlist Soft Machine “The Tale of Taliesen" from Live at Baked Potato (Moonjune) 00:00 Raoul Bjorkenheim “Saturn" from Solar Winds (Long Song) 05:54 The Backstage “Isolation" from Isolation (Reingold) 11:40 Scott Jones “Floki's Shipyard" from Fictional Characters (Self Produced) 17:34 Gavin Harrison / Antoine Fafard “Transmutation Cycle" from Chemical ...

Trio Grande

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Northbound; Elli Yeled Tov; Oberkampf; Upside; Scoville;, Gocta; Firensze; Will You Let It?.

ARTICLE: RADIO

New releases from Gavin Harrison-Antoine Fafard, plus Trio Grande

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Contemporary Electric Jazz from Trio Grande, Henry Kaiser and Vinny Golia, plus much more.Playlist Henry Kaiser-Vinny Golia “Meditations-Joy" from A Love Supreme Electric (Cuneiform) 00:00 Trio Grande “Oberkampf" from Trio Grande (Whirlwind) 07:14 Marcus Klossek Electric Trio “Unexpected Skies" from Time was Now (Double Moon) 14:21 Go Go Penguin “Petit_a" from Live from studio ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

New releases from Trio Grande, Chris Potter, Michael Manring and more

Read "New releases from Trio Grande, Chris Potter, Michael Manring and more" reviewed by Len Davis

Challenging music from A Love Supreme Electric, Trio Grande and much more. Playlist The Backstage “Isolation" from Isolation (Self Produced) 00:00 Trio Grande “Scoville" from Trio Grande (Whirlwind Records) 06:45 Henry Kaiser-Vinny Golia “Acknowledgement" from A Love Supreme Electric (Cuneiform) 13:36 Chris Potter “Rising Over You" from There is a Tide (Edition) 20:24 Sonar ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Trio Grande: Three instruments, three nationalities, one supergroup

Read "Trio Grande: Three instruments, three nationalities, one supergroup" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

An incessant stream of new artists, new ideas, revisitations of old ideas and ever-shifting technological inventions continues to push jazz onward, forward into the 21st Century. While most of today's music began taking root and developing in the turbulent jazz topographies of the last century, each new interpretation, extension and redesign today adds a new perspective, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Trio Grande: Trio Grande

Read "Trio Grande" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

It's not easy watching all the divergent and elusive pieces come together on Trio Grande, saxophonist Will Vinson, guitarist Gilad Hekselman and drummer/percussionist Antonio Sánchez's first outing, but then that's not their desire at all. Their work is to challenge the expectations and inclinations that dull and lull us into complacency, into wholly unimaginative realms and ...

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Avant-Retro or Retro-Avant? Part I

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Rigid categories are not what music should be about. This week we focus on music that some may file under “retro" but is performed by musicians that are often labelled “avant," it may not sound exactly how Count Basie and the Kansas City 7 or Fess Williams and the Royal Flush Orchestra would have played, but ...

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Jazz au Chellah Festival 2013

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Jazz au Chellah Festival Chellah Rabat, Morocco September 11-15,2013 The evening breeze on summer nights caresses the walls of the fortress while seagulls hover all over the towers. The moon is discernible from afar. In the distance, you can spot swarms of people walking down a long alley leading to the ...


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