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Whit Dickey

Whit Dickey made a name for himself as the former drummer of {{m: David S. Ware = 11160}}’s famous quartet. Since then Dickey’s musical contributions have gone well beyond his work as Ware’s drummer. He is capable of tremendous power and yet has the ability for subtle gesture. Dickey is a composer as well as a drummer and his music has reached new heights in his recent small group work, with a coterie of great musicians including alto saxophonist {{Rob Brown}}. He has also performed with {{m: Matthew Shipp = 4290}} since 1991 and continues to play and record with {{m: Roy Campbell Jr

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Article: Album Review

Matthew Shipp: New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz

Read "New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Jazz fans are much like baseball geeks; they collect facts and statistics. The baseball fan will know a player's numbers such as on base percentage, at bats, home runs and stolen bases, whereas the jazz fan, maybe better said the jazz fanatic, will note recording dates and lineups, titles, releases and recording engineers. The baseball fan ...

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Live At Scholes Street Studio

Label: Gaucimusic
Released: 2023
Track listing: # 1; # 2; # 3; # 4; # 5.

Album

Circular Temple

Label: ESP-Disk
Released: 2023
Track listing: Circular Temple #1; Circular Temple #2 (Monk's Nightmare); Circular Temple#3; Circular Temple #4.

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Article: Album Review

Stephen Gauci / Michael Bisio / Whit Dickey: Live At Scholes Street Studio

Read "Live At Scholes Street Studio" reviewed by John Sharpe


Tenor saxophonist Stephen Gauci sends another vital missive from the Brooklyn coal face, titled like several of its predecessors Live At Scholes Street Studio. Gauci has the knack of surrounding himself with top notch company and this is no exception. Joining him are two of the more seasoned avant jazz practitioners on the New York scene, ...

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Article: Album Review

Matthew Shipp Trio: Circular Temple

Read "Circular Temple" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


On a good day it is strenuous to stay current with pianist Matthew Shipp's imposing and voluminous output. On an even better day it is a fool's hardy errand to say the least. Now with the planned re-issuing of some of his great early deconstructions of musical thought and theory, starting here with 1990's daringly incongruous ...

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Article: Book Review

Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp on RogueArt

Read "Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp on RogueArt" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp on RogueArt Clifford Allen 205 Pages ISBN: # 2953150870 RogueArt 2023 Clifford Allen, a contributor to a number of jazz publications including All About Jazz, is the author of Singularity Codex: Matthew Shipp on RogueArt, Allen's first book. He takes on the iconic improviser's ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Roy Nathanson, Leap Day Trio, Jimmy Rushing and a Lot More

Read "Roy Nathanson, Leap Day Trio, Jimmy Rushing and a Lot More" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This episode contains a wide range of jazz artists, from Roy Nathanson and the Leap Day Trio to Jimmy Rushing and Meredith d'Ambrosio. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 Paul Smoker Notet “Goodbye, David II" ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Zack Lober, Orbit, Chris Potter & Family Band

Read "Zack Lober, Orbit, Chris Potter & Family Band" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This one's kind of all over the place: pure free jazz from the German trio of saxophonist Frank Paul Schubert, guitarist Kazuhisa Uchihashi & drummer Klaus Kugel, hard nosed music from Chris Potter, English quartet, Family Band, trio music from France's Orbit and the Aussie avant-garde trio The Necks' latest, a further voyage into ZZAJ: Jazz ...

Article: Album Review

Whit Dickey Quartet: Astral Long Form: Staircase In Space

Read "Astral Long Form: Staircase In Space" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Al suo secondo album in veste di leader per i tipi della Tao Forms dopo l'eccellente Village Mothership, in trio con Matthew Shipp e William Parker (estensore delle note di copertina di questo nuovo capitolo, inciso nel febbraio 2021), Whit Dickey coglie altrettanto felicemente (e, diremmo, naturalmente) nel segno alla testa di questo quartetto (tutti suoi ...


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