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Article: Album Review

Frank Basile: 2 Part Solution

Read "2 Part Solution" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


One might have expected there would be a plethora of baritone sax / tenor sax recordings following the standout 1959 Verve release Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster. Not so, although the two principals were involved in a follow-up album in 1960 for HiFi Jazz entitled Jimmy Witherspoon With Mulligan and Webster at The Renaissance. The Frank ...

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Article: Live Review

Tristan Honsinger and Tobias Delius at the Jazzwerkstatt in Berlin

Read "Tristan Honsinger and Tobias Delius at the Jazzwerkstatt in Berlin" reviewed by John Sharpe


Tristan Honsinger and Tobias Delius Jazzwerkstatt + klassik SHOP Berlin 31 October 2009 An in-store concert at Berlin's ultra smart Jazzwerkstatt café and record shop, just off the city's main shopping strip at Kurfürstendamm, provided the unlikely venue for the ongoing collaboration of cellist Tristan Honsinger and reedman Tobias ...

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Article: Interview

Large Ensembles: Is There a Place in This Large Music World?

Read "Large Ensembles: Is There a Place in This Large Music World?" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


The big band in jazz has a long and glorious history. It was a prevalent form in jazz music in the '20s and '30s, comprising a substantial part of America's popular music heard on radio, spun on gramophones and record players, and enjoyed in dance halls. It gave rise to iconic band leaders like Fletcher Henderson, ...


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