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Vinny Golia

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As a composer Vinny Golia fuses the rich heritage of Jazz, contemporary classical and world music into his own unique compositions. Also a bandleader, Golia has presented his music to concert audiences in Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the United States in ensembles varying dramatically in size and instrumentation. Mr. Golia has won numerous awards as a composer, including grants from The National Endowment of the Arts, The Lila Wallace Commissioning Program, The California Arts Council, Meet the Composer,Clausen Foundation of the Arts, Funds for U.S. Artists and the American Composers Forum. In 1982 he created the on-going 50 piece Vinny Golia Large Ensemble to perform his compositions for chamber orchestra and jazz ensembles.

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Dance & Decay

Label: Rightbrain Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: 1. Clickbait 12:54 2. Churn 10:36 3. Dance & Decay 11:30 4. Precipitation Cycles 11:14

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The Other One(s)

Label: Kreating SounD
Released: 2023
Track listing: 1 – why can’t they just…#2 (8) 7:30 2 – Crash (7) 4:40 3 – Some Broken Machine (4B) 6:22 4 – Despaired (4C) 7:34 5 – Unrequited Languages (9) 6:24

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Snarled

Label: Kreating SounD
Released: 2023
Track listing: 1 – Snarled 11:17 2 – Meetings 7:43 3 – The Search 6:53 4 – why can’t they just… 7:07

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Caroline Davis, Hery Paz & Niescier/Reid/Harris

Read "Caroline Davis, Hery Paz & Niescier/Reid/Harris" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Highlights: Captivity, the new recording by saxophonist Caroline Davis is a pointedly social justice album focused on creating reflection, interrogation and amplification of the essential conversation around incarceration, the prison industrial complex & abolition. It's a very powerful project. Another excellent alto player, Germany's Angelika Niescier hooked up with premier cellist Tomeka Reid and drummer Savannah ...

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Ron Coulter

Ron Coulter is a percussionist, composer, improviser, researcher, audio engineer, and educator currently based in the Mountain West region. Ron has been a freelance percussionist since 1997, performing in a wide gamut of musical situations from burlesque cabaret to live electronica. As a performer, he has toured internationally appearing in 49 U.S. states, and 11 countries, including: Norway, Croatia, Australia, and most major cities in the European Union, Japan, and Canada. He has performed with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Harry James Orchestra, Four Aces, The Gaylords, Al Martino, Matthew Shipp, Nate Wooley, David Murray, Tony Malaby, Vinny Golia, Hugh Ragin, Sam Newsome, Marvin Hamlisch, Sandy Duncan, Linux Laptop Orchestra, Dr

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JD Parran and Mark Deutsch, Daniel Carter, & Irreversible Entanglements

Read "JD Parran and Mark Deutsch, Daniel Carter, & Irreversible Entanglements" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


California Street Sessions, a new duo recording by reed master JD Parran and bassist Mark Deutsch, is intriguing, particularly when consider the instrumentation: Parran plays a seldom-heard contralto clarinet while Deutsch plays the bazantar, a hybrid bass that he invented himself. The music's excellent too. Other new albums sampled this week come from Daniel Carter and ...

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Vinny Golia, James Brandon Lewis & Eric Plaks

Read "Vinny Golia, James Brandon Lewis & Eric Plaks" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


The full title to veteran California free jazz saxophonist and icon Vinny Golia's latest recording is very long (Even to This Day... Music for Orchestra and Soloists Movement Two: Syncretism: For The Draw but it pales in comparison to the length of the recording: 13.5 hours plus. Golia began he project before Covid. It features solo, ...

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Gard Nilssen, Damon Locks, Alberto Dipace & HIIT

Read "Gard Nilssen, Damon Locks, Alberto Dipace & HIIT" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


Norwegian drummer Gard Nilssen has packed his Supersonic Orchestra with 17 of the top players from Scandinavia and Northern Europe and the result has been acclaimed. If you missed the band's debut “If You Listen Carefully The Music Is Yours," you can hear a track from Nilssen and the ensemble's latest Family. After sitting on a ...

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Ivo Perelman: Reed Rapture in Brooklyn

Read "Reed Rapture in Brooklyn" reviewed by Jeff Schwartz


Is this album fundamentally unreviewable? Are there jazz fans who do not immediately know if they need an 11-hour collection of 103 improvised duets between Ivo Perelman and a dozen saxophonists and clarinetists? It is at least describable. Perelman is faithful to his tenor, while his partners bring examples of nearly every type ...


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