In the double cd " Fast Food", meet three anarchists of the jazz with its best weapon to attack: the improvisation.
It's hard to believe that this self-named release is only the second as a leader from the very talented pianist Larry Fuller. He has turned heads through the years as pianist and musical director for Ernestine Anderson, and as a member of the trios of Jeff...
11/10/14 Community Articles
Ed Hamilton on the collaboration between the record label, the Thelonious Monk Institute and Sonos
Marter & Yony is a sensational Japanese DUB duo featuring Masateru Yamauchi (Jazzy Sport, Japan) and Yoshio Kabayashi (Aokoya Afrobeat, New York).
For their current work, they have expanded the musical conversations, but still keeping the “chamber jazz” sound and experience. The group has been augmented to included Chris Rathbun on bass and Todd Brunel on bass clarinet. Poole is playing drums in addition...
11/04/14 Community Articles
AVAILABLE NOW - Bassist/Composer OMER AVITAL Delves Into The Culture of His Homeland Through Jazz On His New Recording, NEW SONG, available on Motema Music - November 4, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Bassist/Composer OMER AVITAL Delves Into The Culture of His Homeland Through Jazz On His New Recording, NEW SONG, available on Motema Music - Available Now! (Release date - November 4, 2014) NYC CD Release Celebration!! January 13...
Brookmeyer has been a key figure in the history of this big band, from its start in 1966 as the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, to its becoming the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra when Jones left for Europe in 1978, and then as the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra...
Destiny, Moment of Jazz is an enjoyable moment of jazz and whether the songs are swingers or heartstring pullers, Singer has the control and conviction to get the best out of them, focusing on vibrant musical arrangements a no-nonsense delivery of the melodies...
10/30/14 Community Articles
34 One-Hour Concerts Over 13 Evenings at NEC's Pierce Hall Monday, November 10 – Thursday, December 11
10/28/14 Community Articles
Tim Kliphuis’ point of departure may be the artistic legacy of Stephane Grappelli, but he doesn’t hang around there very long.
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