Month: January 2006
The latest tour dates for this twisted duo.
02-05 Berlin, Germany – Club Transmediale Festival
02-08 Norfolk, VA – Relative Theory Records
02-09 Winston-Salem, NC – The Werehouse
02-10 Chapel Hill, NC – Wetlands Music Hall
02-11 Myrtle Beach, SC – The Social
02-12 Orlando, FL – Will’s Pub *
02-13 Tampa, FL – Transitions Art Gallery @ Skatepark *
02-14 Tallahassee, FL – The Beta Bar
02-15 Atlanta, GA – Drunken Unicorn
02-16 Athens, GA – Caledonia
02-17 Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light
02-18 Champaign, IL – Cowboy Monkey
02-19 Lawrence, KS – Jackpot Saloon #
02-20 Tulsa, OK – The Mercury Lounge #
02-21 Odessa, TX – Einstein’s Revenge #
02-22 Phoenix, AZ – Rhythm Room #$
02-24 San Diego, CA – Che CafÃ© #
02-25 Los Angeles, CA – The Smell #&
02-26 Los Angeles, CA – Knitting Factory #^
02-27 San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill #
03-01 Portland, OR – Food Hole #
03-02 Olympia, WA – Yes Yes #
03-03 Seattle, WA – The Vera Project #
03-04 Missoula, MT – Higgins Alley #
03-05 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge #
03-06 Denver, CO – Monkey Mania #
03-07 Lincoln, NE – Knickerbockers #
03-08 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club #
03-09 Dubuque, IA – Busted Lift #
03-10 Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen #
03-11 Traverse City, MI – American Legion
03-12 Toronto, Ontario – The Boat
03-13 Montreal, Quebec – Friendship Cove +
03-14 Boston, MA – Great Scott %
03-15 New Haven, CT – BAR %
03-16 Baltimore, MD – Talking Head %
03-18 New York, NY – Tonic %@
A new release from Kevin Norton’s Barking Hoop Recordings.
String Trio of New York with Oliver Lake
Barking Hoop BKH009
With Oliver Lake (alto saxophone), Rob Thomas (violin), John Lindberg (bass) and James Emery (acoustic guitar and soprano guitar).
A few recent reviews from Dusted.
Artist: Pierre Bastien
Review date: Jan. 27, 2006
Artist: Assif Tsahar/ Cooper-Moore/ Hamid Drake
Album: Lost Brother
Review date: Jan. 24, 2006
Artist: Robert Ashley
Album: Celestial Excursions
Review date: Jan. 23, 2006
New reviews from One Final Note:
30 January 2006
One (Thirsty Ear)
by John Eyles
Given his recent history of pushing at boundaries, experimenting and taking risks with form and content, it appears that Shipp has played it safe here.
Credo (Clean Feed)
by Troy Collins
More edgy and invigorating than Renku, with strong guest appearances, this 1999 session is a truly wonderful discovery.
Live in Japan 2004 Strange Village
by Jay Collins
Every so often, a record comes along from an established artist that makes one reassess his or her accomplishments.
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
The Sameness of Difference (Hyena)
by David Dupont
Like the Bad Plus, JFJO incorporates elements of contemporary pop into the venerable piano trio format.
Some Love Songs (Pirouet)
by Chris Kelsey
Copland’s trio breathes together as a single entity, which is pretty much the way jazzâ€”of whatever persuasionâ€”should be played.