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Yana: baby/people

Read "baby/people" reviewed by Duncan Heining

The trio Yana has, apparently, been together for more than a decade but this is their first CD release, other recordings being available on Bandcamp. Corey Mwamba is one of the most interesting and exciting vibraphonists currently working in jazz and improvised music. One might, with justification, call him a musical scientist whose concern is with ...

Tales From A Forbidden Land

Label: Two Rivers Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: CD 1: The Days Of Wine And Roses; Autumn Song; Entry Point; Japanese Tale; Odelya; Forbidden; Hope Without Borders. CD 2: Bitter Sweet; A Song For A Forbidden Land; Little Ones; A Promised Land; Something Begins, Something Ends; I Have No Other Land.

Burn The Boat

Label: Two Rivers Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Sand On Sand; Burn The Boat; Gone; I’d Rather Have The Rain; I Know, I Alone; Maybe Next Year; The Idea; Say The Words; Such A Fool.

baby/people

Label: Two Rivers Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: babies; the children; The People

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Fini Bearman: Burn The Boat

Read "Burn The Boat" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Vocalist Fini Bearman made an impressive debut as a leader with Step Up (Feenz Beenz Records, 2011), a set of her original songs. In 2014 she effectively re-imagined classics on her second album, Porgy And Bess. Burn The Boat returns to the structure of her debut release, presenting another nine of Bearman's original compositions, with the ...

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Eyal Lovett Trio: Tales From A Forbidden Land

Read "Tales From A Forbidden Land" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

It takes a high level of confidence to offer up a two CD set on a sophomore outing. Most artists wait for later in their careers for for this particular audaciousness. But Berlin-based pianist Eyal Lovett, originally from Israel, follows up his debut, Let Go (Self-Produced, 2013), with double CD offering Tales From A Forbidden Land. ...

Somersaults

Label: Two Rivers Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: "Travel all day on trains and bring a lot of books"; "bones shake like sticks"; "like a creature let loose in a room".

Somersaults

Label: Two Rivers Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: “Travel all day on trains and bring a lot of books”; “bones shake like sticks”; “like a creature let loose in a room”.

Olie Brice / Tobias Delius / Mark Sanders: Somersaults

Read "Somersaults" reviewed by John Eyles

Hot on the heels of Immune to Clockwork (Multikulti Project, 2014) by his own quintet comes another fine album featuring bassist Olie Brice. He organised the December 2014 studio recording session for Somersaults which features a trio in which Brice is joined by drummer Mark Sanders, with whom he frequently plays (notably in the Riverloam Trio ...

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Tobias Delius / Olie Brice / Mark Sanders: Somersaults

Read "Somersaults" reviewed by John Sharpe

Any lineup which contains reedman Tobias Delius deserves attention. Born in England to an Argentinean father and a German mother, Delius was a longtime staple of the adventurous Amsterdam scene before his relocation to Berlin in 2007, though he's still a fixture with the ICP Orchestra. On Somersaults, he teams up with the talented British rhythm ...


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