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- AMN Reviews: Peter Hammill & Gary Lucas - Otherworld
- John Zorn is Adelaide Festival’s most exclusive ingredient
- AMN Reviews: Rodrigues Laurain Rodrigues Guerrero - Alba [cs248]; Rodrigues Gauguet Guerrero - Early Reflections [cs258]
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Daily Archives: January 13, 2007
Several sources, including this one are reporting that Alice Coltrane has passed. More details as they emerge. About these ads
The Princeton Laptop Orchestra will be performing on January 18th.
From Musique Machine: Kuusumun Profeetta – Hymyilevien laivojen satama Hymyilevien laivojen satama appears on Circles Ektro label so you know you not in for an easy or simply one genre musically ride. I guess itâ€™s a cross between prog, jazz … Continue reading
This video is too much fun – can six musicians “play” an apartment? Of course…
From Dusted: Artist: Legendary Pink Dots Album: Your Children Placate You from Premature Graves Label: ROIR Review date: Jan. 12, 2007 Artist: Koenjihyakkei Album: Viva Koenji!! Label: Skin Graft Review date: Jan. 12, 2007 Artist: OOIOO Album: Taiga Label: Thrill … Continue reading
The Downtown Music Gallery guys curated last month’s series at the Stone in New York. They have also reviewed the entire month.
Dave Douglas will direct this workshop. Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music Program dates: May 21, 2007 – June 09, 2007 Director Dave Douglas trumpet/composer Faculty Oliver Lake sax, Week 1 (May 21-26) Steve Cardenas guitar, Week 1 … Continue reading
A book on this seminal album is due to be published in May.
Highlights for this week in NYC. BEN ALLISON (Tomorrow) Mr. Allison, a bassist and composer, has a knack for assembling hardy and sophisticated ensembles like this one, with Michael Blake on saxophones, Frank Kimbrough on Wurlitzer keyboard and Michael Sarin … Continue reading