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Pollinator

Label: Woolgathering Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Clown Drum; So Long, Toots; Dropping' In; Jelly; Cakes; Soup Talk; Feed; Clover.

A Time And A Place

Label: Woolgathering Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Mantra; Albert; Ridgeway; Blocks; Slate.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dustin Laurenzi's Natural Language: A Time And A Place

Read "A Time And A Place" reviewed by Mark Corroto

When Chicago tenor saxophonist Dustin Laurenzi dedicates a song “Albert" on A Time And A Place to the the Holy Ghost of the avant- garde, Albert Ayler, he doesn't follow what most impersonators do and scream “ALBERT" at you. He builds upon a simple melody pattern (Ayler-like) patiently magnifying the intensity and fervor. Unlike Ayler, whose ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matt Ulery: Delicate Charms

Read "Delicate Charms" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Nuovo album del contrabbassista chicagoano Matt Ulery, che riunisce in quintetto alcuni suoi frequenti collaboratori per realizzare un lavoro di brillante e articolato jazz moderno. La formazione vede il leader affiancato dal pianista Rob Clearfield e dal batterista Quin Kirchner, mentre la front line è composta dal sax contralto di Greg Ward e dal ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Zach Brock, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer: Wonderment

Read "Wonderment" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Trio classico, ma con la particolarità di avere un violino come prima voce, questa formazione raccoglie tre musicisti che collaborano in varie forme da quindici anni e che operano in modo totalmente paritetico, a cominciare dalla titolarità dei dodici brani, composti quattro a testa. Dei tre il violinista Zach Brock è probabilmente il più ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matt Ulery: Pollinator

Read "Pollinator" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

What a wonderful lift to an otherwise dismal year is Pollinator, Chicago based bassist Matt Ulery's unabashed revelry in swing jazz circa King Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton. Add a few pops, skips and other random surface noises to the sound of these eight unbridled, hothouse Ulery compositions and you'd swear you were sitting in and ...

Wonderment

Label: Woolgathering Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Wonderment; Mobile; Levelled; Cheyanne; Nightshade; Wokey Dokey; Cry Face; Cavendish; Pumpkin Patch; Yge Beive; Above and Beyond; Happy Place.

Delicate Charms

Label: Woolgathering Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Coping; The Effortless Enchantment; Mellisonant; The Air We Breathe; Taciturn; October; Nerve.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matt Ulery: Delicate Charms

Read "Delicate Charms" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Bassist Matt Ulery works in several groups with differing approaches to jazz and art music. Delicate Charms features a quintet which mixes the romantic lightness of European classical music, the slippery unpredictability of jazz and the thrusting rhythms of progressive rock through a singular combination of alto sax, violin and piano. The CD's opening ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matt Ulery: Delicate Charms

Read "Delicate Charms" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Coming on the heels of 2019's outstanding trio outing Wonderment (Woolgathering Records) with violinist Zach Brock and drummer John Deitemyer, Delicate Charms is a four and a half star recording if ever one was. And it begins with a classical air, an almost chambered hush into which rush those last minute arrivals, each their own player ...


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