True to its name, Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom wastes no time revealing its fondness for shaking, rattling and rolling. On the opener, “Pork Belly,” we’re greeted by Todd Sickafoose’s huge, bottom-heavy bass tones and the leader’s deep, voluptuous groove...
Jazz and poetry may have a closer affinity than dance and architecture, to twist everyone’s favorite analogy regarding writing about music, but poets generally have been more successful in adapting jazz than jazz artists have been in incorporating poetry...
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Lloyd Sachs joined the JazzTimes community on Sep 30, 2011