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GoGo Penguin’s “Koyaanisqatsi” in Brooklyn

U.K. piano trio performs its original score for an experimental film masterpiece

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Track Premiere: Jamison Ross’ “Unspoken”

A reflective, emotive cut off the drummer-composer’s forthcoming Concord Jazz release, “All for One”

Jamison Ross (photo by Joel A. Siegel)

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Essential Solos: 40 Great Improvisations

Jazz artists and critics pick their favorite solos from the music’s past and present

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11-20-17    Albums

Champian Fulton & Scott Hamilton: The Things We Did Last Summer (Blau)

Vocalist-pianist Champian Fulton knows from legendary horn players. Before her first birthday she was introduced……Read More

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Tim Berne’s Snakeoil: Incidentals (ECM)

“I’ve always liked the idea of steering people away from the material we start with,”……Read More

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Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Indo-Pak Coalition: Agrima (rudreshm.com)

Since the last Indo-Pak Coalition album came out in 2008, saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa and guitarist……Read More

11-16-17    Albums

Gregory Porter: Nat “King” Cole & Me (Blue Note)

It’s not that Gregory Porter hasn’t put his stamp on standards. Seven years into his……Read More

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11-19-17   

Mick Goodrick: Six-String Theorist
By Joel Harrison

There was a golden age of jazz guitar in the mid-1970s, when new blueprints were……Read More

11-19-17   

Bright Moments With Louis Hayes
By Aidan Levy

On May 31, drummer Louis Hayes celebrated his 80th birthday and a new album at……Read More

11-15-17   

Poetry Jams: Matching Jazz With Verse
By Andrew Gilbert

This sidebar originally appeared in the November 2017 issue of JazzTimes, supplementing an article about Matt……Read More

11-15-17   

Matt Wilson Takes Jazz to Carl Sandburg’s Poetry
By Andrew Gilbert

On his first album as a leader, 1996’s As Wave Follows Wave, Matt Wilson and……Read More

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