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Steve Kuhn Trio: To and From the Heart (Sunnyside)

We don’t necessarily need a reminder about pianist Steve Kuhn’s eminence in the trio domain; his work in that realm has been well-documented and greatly respected. It is, however, always a pleasure to receive a gift such as this. To and From the Heart capitalizes on the creative rapport that Kuhn has developed with bassist … Read More “Steve Kuhn Trio: To and From the Heart (Sunnyside)”

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Joey Baron: Just Listen

A compelling case can be made for guitarist Bill Frisell as the most desirable duet partner in jazz-and for Joey Baron, now that Paul Motian has passed, as the most empathetic drummer to engage him. Having appeared on a dozen of each other’s records over the past 25 years, as well as sharing membership in … Read More “Joey Baron: Just Listen”

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Lee Konitz/Bill Frisell/Gary Peacock/Joey Baron : Enfants Terribles: Live At The Blue Note

Even by the high standards alto great Lee Konitz has set for spontaneously remaking songs we’ve heard a million times, this beautifully recorded live performance is brimming with invention and surprise. Much of that owes to the interplay between Konitz and guitarist Bill Frisell, whose framing or extension of the alto saxophonist’s spare inventions with … Read More “Lee Konitz/Bill Frisell/Gary Peacock/Joey Baron : Enfants Terribles: Live At The Blue Note”

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