Yet another common-sense opinion on the obsolescence of record companies and physical media.
An article discusses Berio’s use of other composers style to forge a link to the past while remaining contemporary.
The latest from One Final Note:
24 October 2005
:. Mat Maneri Pentagon (Thirsty Ear) by James Beaudreau
:. MichaÃ«l Attias Renku (Playscape) by Troy Collins
:. Coxhill/Gjerstad/Stephens This That and the Other (Loose Torque) by John Eyles
:. Menza/Bacon/Jones Jack Rabbitt (Cadence Jazz) by David Dupont
:. Various Artists Free Zone Appleby 2004 (Psi) by Derek Taylor
The The AACM New York is putting on a show featuring Abrams.
THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CREATIVE MUSICIANS
40th YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SEASON CONTINUES:
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2005 8PM
MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMS
(SOLO PIANO PERFORMANCE)
THE MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMS ORCHESTRA
MARTY EHRLICH & ENRIQUE FERNANDEZ (ALTOS)
ROBERT DeBELLIS & AARON STEWART (TENORS)
HOWARD JOHNSON (BARITONE)
BOB MILLIGAN, EDDIE ALLEN, CECIL BRIDGEWATER & JACK WALRATH
ALFRED PATTERSON, DION TUCKER, ART BARON & JACK JEFFERS
MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMS
THE CONCERTS WILL BE HELD AT:
* * * THE COMMUNITY CHURCH OF NEW YORK * * *
40 EAST 35TH STREET, NYC
(BETWEEN MADISON AVENUE & PARK AVENUE)
GENERAL ADMISSION – $20.00
SENIOR CITIZENS AND STUDENTS – $10.00 W/CURRENTLY VALID ID
An article posits that nothing is really hot right now with jazz, and that may be ok. In the mean time it discusses how some artists have started their own labels as a way of doing their own thing.
This recent release is reviewed.
The first effort from the trio of Cline/Shoup/Corsano is coming out on Tuesday.
Fans of modern fire-breathing jazz rejoice, for a true meeting and melding of the minds is at play. Immolation/Immersion is the inaugural recording of what will hopefully be more blasts of fury and filigree by three leading lights of improvised music – guitarist Nels Cline, saxophonist Wally Shoup, and young percussionist-on-the-rise Chris Corsano.
BBC3 will feature part one of Boulez’s birthday celebration, where he conducts Debussy and his own works.
A 2004 London performance of Braxton’s quintet is now available on Leo.
On 15 November, 2004, Anthony Braxton performed at the Royal Festival Hall with his new quintet of young brilliant musicians. They performed his Composition 343. Two thousand people gave them a standing ovation. BBC Radio 3 recorded the concert and later broadcast it on X-mas eve. Two thousand people can’t be wrong. Here is the line-up: Satoshi Takeishi – percussion, Chris Dahlgren – bass, Taylor Ho Bynum – trumpet, Mary Halvorson – guitar, and Anthony Braxton – reeds.