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Monthly Archives: July 2006
Pi Recordings is the home of the latest AEOC release, a double CD. The Art Ensemble of Chicagoâ€™s Non-cognitive Aspects of the City is a double CD representing two sets recorded during the bandâ€™s rare six-night engagement, March 30th through … Continue reading
Thirsty Ear has announced a few new releases: Carl Hancock Rux “Good Bread Alley” (view epk for Good Bread Alley) Carl Hancock Rux’s Thirsty Ear debut, “Good Bread Alley”, will be ming out in May. Carl Hancock Rux’s soulful delivery … Continue reading
Evander Music is a label that features a number of new-music artists. An edited lsit follows: Industrial Jazz Group Los Angeles-based large ensemble led by composer Andrew Durkin Good for Cows Devin Hoff, bass; Ches Smith, drums. Phillip Greenlief Woodwinds, … Continue reading
An article covers the Sonny Fortune / Rashied Ali duo and their upcoming shows in Oakland. Like gym rats who repeatedly push one another to new feats of physical endurance, alto saxophonist Sonny Fortune and drummer Rashied Ali turn every … Continue reading
We’ve recently upgraded our blog software to fix a few issues. You shouldn’t notice a difference but if something seems to not be working properly, drop us a line. One of the things we get asked occasionally is “How big … Continue reading
Thanks to the avant-progressive list for this bunch of rare videos of the good Captain. In the mean time, his official site has a link to a newly-found video of a UK performance and has announced 6 upcoming CD releases.
Destination Out is featuring a bunch of Coleman articles include a few brand new cuts from Coleman’s new band that premiered recently in New York.
Not much info as of yet, but ReR is carrying the new Necks release.
The LJF takes place in November this year and mainly focuses on the more mainstream side of jazz, with the exceptions of Dave Holland and Evan Parker. Firmly established as a major event in the UKâ€™s cultural calendar, the London … Continue reading