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While You Were Out

Label: Kadima Collective
Released: 2010
Track listing: First Things First; Oh My!; Flashing Terncat; As Soon As; Whisper; Eyelet; While You Were Out; La Vida Es Sueño.

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Ned Rothenberg / Catherine Jauniaux / Barre Phillips: While You Were Out

Read "While You Were Out" reviewed by Nic Jones

One of the most consistently intriguing things about freely improvised music is the degree to which it can transcend the moment. While on the surface of it that moment might be something the free improviser has only to reach an accommodation with, on a deeper level such practitioners are arguably more subject to its vagaries than ...

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Ned Rothenberg / Catherine Jauniaux / Barre Phillips: While You Were Out

Read "While You Were Out" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Belgian vocalist Catherine Jauniaux is one the most underappreciated of a generation of free improv vocalists. Less a storyteller than Shelley Hirsch, more overtly musical than Phil Minton or Jaap Blonk, she falls somewhere between their spontaneous explorations and the avant art songs of Joan La Barbara. She has released only a handful of records with ...

While You Were Out

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009
Track listing: Joao; Partido Alto; Journey; Desafinado; Salvador; Bala Com Bala; Migration; While You Were Out; Surfboard; I've Got Samba; Tell Me Now; Esso Bees; If It Feels Good.

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The Sons of Brasil: While You Were Out

Read "While You Were Out" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Who would imagine that a group of American musicians from Kansas City, Missouri, could have such a passion for “musica bem Brasileira" that they have stayed together for 18 years, developed a strong following and managed to release one of the finest albums of Brazilian jazz to date? The Sons of Brasil is such a group, ...

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Orange Then Blue: While You Were Out

Read "While You Were Out" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Orange Then Blue takes a “new wave” and thoroughly modern approach to the traditional big band concept. Their new release “Hold The Elevator” (see April ’99 AAJ review) is ambitious, bold and refreshingly new. The 2 CD set While You Were Out was released in 1994 on Gunther Schuller’s GM Recordings label. Over the years OTB ...


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