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Let The Free Be Men

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Resist!; Let The Free Be Men; Men Is Woman Is Man; Never Surrender.

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Rodrigo Amado This Is Our Language Quartet: Let The Free Be Men

Read "Let The Free Be Men" reviewed by John Sharpe


Portuguese tenor saxophonist Rodrigo Amado adds another stunning entry to his discography with the third album from his This Is Our Language Quartet. It was actually recorded live in Copenhagen, three days before the outfit's second studio outing, A History Of Nothing (Trost, 2018) so, unsurprisingly, presents the same starry roster completed by multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee, ...

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Rodrigo Amado This Is Our Language Quartet: Let The Free Be Men

Read "Let The Free Be Men" reviewed by Mark Corroto


If you are not hip to Portuguese saxophonist Rodrigo Amado, where, as they say, have you been? He has garnered acclaim for many years now, with his own Motion Trio, Lisbon Improvised Players, The Wire Quartet, Luís Lopes' Humanization 4tet, and in duos with Chris Corsano and trios with Kent Kessler and Paal Nilssen-Love. If, though, ...

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The Swiftest Traveler

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Both Directions; The Swiftest Traveler; Sway; InSitu; Slip, Slide & Rattle; Dwells; Interlude.

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Dental Kafka

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ape Huci Kamuy (God Of Fire By Ainu People); Dental Kafka; Koro Koro Donguri; Bonjin.

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Bonjintan: Dental Kafka

Read "Dental Kafka" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The sophomore effort by Akira Sakata's quartet Bonjintan, which translates into “ordinary person" might actually be better interpreted as “egalitarian." Notice that neither the quartet's name nor the album cover mention the saxophonist's name. Like the initial, self-titled 2017 release on Sakata's Daphnia Records, Dental Kafka focuses on a quartet sound and four equal musicians improvising. ...

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Torben Snekkestad / Agusti Fernandez / Barry Guy: The Swiftest Traveler

Read "The Swiftest Traveler" reviewed by John Sharpe


A trio of exploratory and quick-witted improvisers unite for an exciting and stimulating outing on The Swiftest Traveler. Norwegian reedman Torben Snekkestad and Catalan pianist Agusti Fernandez are comrades of bassist Barry Guy in his The Blue Shroud Band and also the 2020 edition of the London Jazz Composers Orchestra. The three familiars forge an alchemical ...

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F4 Fake

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Aäton (For Orson Wells); Meccano Number 7 (for Julio Cortazar); Agora (For Zelia Barbosa).

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I Surrender Dear

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: I Surrender Dear; Lover Come Back To Me; Lady Sings The Blues; Con Alma; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Dark Blues; Improvisation Über Ein Thema Von JS Bach; ChurchSong; Sumpin’; Brozziman; Ballade/Love Poem Nr. 7/Blues; I Surrender Dear.

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Fifty Years After...

Label: Trost Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Fifty Years After; Frictional Sounds; Bad Borrachos; Street Jive; Short Dog Of Sweet Lucy.


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