Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 24/2014

Gino Robair

Gino Robair (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Taran’s Free Jazz Hour:

Pko Records
Courage Music: Ellen Rowe Quintet

Setola Di Maiale
Thollem/robair: Gino Robair, Perc/ Thollem Electric, Rhodes, Analog Effects

Ost Quartet: Nico Soffiato, G/ Eli Asher, Tp/ Greg Chudzik, B/ Devin Gray, Dr

Dave Fabris
Lettuce Grey: Dave Fabris, G/ Featuring Ran Blake

Gordon Beeferman
out in Here: Gordon Beeferman, P/ James Ilgenfritz, B/ Michael Evans, Dr

Pharoah &Amp; the Underground

Signal Problems: Danny Gouker, Tpt/ Eric Trudel, Ts/ Adam Hopkins, B/ Nathan Ellman-bell, Dr

Tandem: Bobby Bradford, Cornet/ John Carter, Cl

Bruce Friedman | Alan Cook
Base 4: Bruce Friedman, Tp/ Derek Bomback, G/ Alan Cook, Dr, Perc

Fmr | Music on the Edge
Pyongyang Express: Pete Whyman, as, Ss/ Frank Van Der Kooij, Ts/ Chris Caldwell, Bari Sax

Delta Saxophone Quartet: Graeme Belvins, Ss/ Chris Caldwell, Bari Sax/ Tim Holmes, Ts/ Pete Whyman, as

Overground to the Vortex: F Carrier, as/ M Lambert, Dr/ John Edwards, B/ Steve Beresford, P

5049 Records Podcast: Chris Corsano

From 5049 Records.

Chris Corsano is a brilliant and virtuosic percussionist who has worked with everyone from Thurston Moore to Daniel Carter, Nate Wooley to Bjork. He’s an improviser, a thinker and a hell of a guy. For this talk Chris and I get into it, swapping stories of playing with Jandek, improvisiong in New York and raising hell.

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 23/2014

From Taran’s Free Jazz Hour:

Lasting Ephemerals: Gianni Mimmo, Ss/ Alison Blunt, Vln

Fanon: Orrin Evans, P/ Eric Revis, B/ Nasheet Waits, Dr/ Oliver Lake, as/ Marc Ducret, G

the Secret Escapades of Velvet Anderson: Nicole Mitchell, FL/ Craig Taborn, P/ David Boykin, Ts/ Chad Taylor, Dr, G

the Fallout of Dreams: Steve Dalachinsky, Spoken Word/ Dave Liebman, Sax, FL, P, Dr, Bells/ Richie Beirach, P

Kali Z Fasteau
Piano Rapture: Kali Fasteau, P, El P, Organ, Vo/ Kidd Jordan, Ts/ Mixashan Rozie, Ss, FL, Dr/ J D Parran, Afl, Acl/ Ron Mcbee, Perc

Setola Di Maiale
Oktopus Connection: Piero Bittolo Bon _ Alto Sax _ Baritone Sax _ Flute _ Electronics Alberto Collodel _ Alto Clarinet _ Bass Clarinet _ Korg Monotron Marcello Giannandrea _ Bassoon Riccardo Marogna _ Clarinet _ Bass Clarinet _ Tenor Sax Nicola Negri _ Trumpet Niccolò Romanin _ Drums Giambattista Tornielli _ Cello Luca Ventimiglia _ Vibraphone

Five Roosters: Mario Arcari _ Curved Soprano Sax Massimo Falascone _ Alto Sax _ Baritone Sax _ iPad Martin Mayes _ Horn Roberto Del Piano _ Electric Bass Guitar Stefano Giust _ Drums _ Cymbals _ Objects

IL Tempo Non Passa Invano: Guido Mazzon _ Trumpet Roberto Del Piano _ Electric Bass Guitar

the Sea in the Forest: Liudas Mockunas, Sax/ Petras Geniusas, P

Creative Sources
the Alliteration: Nikolaus Neuser – Trumpet Manuel Miethe – Soprano Saxophone Floros Floridis – Clarinets Gerhard Gschlössl – Trombone Antonis Anissegos – Piano Akira Ando – Double Bass Maurice DE Martin – Drums

Seven Steps to Heaven: Robin Jones’ Latin Underground

South on the Northers: Paul Rutherford, Tbn/ Philipp Wachsmann, Vln, Elec/ Barry Guy, B

5049 Records Podcast: Christopher McIntyre

From 5049 Records:

In the tradition of downtown musicians, composer/trombonist Chris McIntyre has been in New York for close to twenty years interpreting the work of modern composers, improvising with a broad range of musicians, curating concert series and organizing new music ensembles. To say that he leads a multi-faceted career would be an understatement. His work has been of great benefit to his community and for this conversation I was curious to find out more about Chris and how he began putting concerts together.

5049 Records Podcast: Michaël Attias

From 5049 Records.

Michaël Attias is a tremendously talented saxophonist who was born in Israel, raised in Paris and has been living and working in New York City since 1994. He’s a thinker, a traveler and a questioner. To me, the New York that he moved to was the one to which I had hoped to move. He’s done and experienced a lot and this conversation is one of those rare ones where a lot gets exposed.

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 22/2014

English: Japanese avant-garde jazz pianist and...

English: Japanese avant-garde jazz pianist and composer Satoko Fujii (藤井郷子) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Taran’s Free Jazz Hour:

Anne Waldman
Jaguar Harmonics: Anne Waldman, Text, Vo/ Devin Waldman, as/ Ha Yang Kim, Cello/ Daniel Carter, Tp, Cl, FL, Sax/ Ambrose Bye, Sounds

Brian Groder
Brian Groder Trio: Bg, Tp/ Mike Bisio, B/ Jay Rosen, Dr

Jacc Records
Fail Better: Marcelo Dos Reis, El Guitar/ Joao Guimaraes, as/ Jose Miguel Pereira, B/ Joao Pais Filipe, Dr/ Luis Vicente, Tp

Xisto: Marcelo Dos Reis, G, Vo, Singing Bowls/ Angelica V Salvi, Harp/ Nuno Torres, as/ M Carvalhais, Computer/ J P Filipe, Dr, per

Zubeneschamali: D Thompson, G/ Tom Jackson, Cl/ R Ramanan, Tp

Flowing Stream: T Buckner, Vo/ J Leandre, B/ N Mitchell, FL

Zoo: T Dennison, B/ a Freer, Dr/ S Barry, P/ P Koopman Jr, G/ R Manins, Sax

Irony: K Field, P, Fender Rhodes/ Ron Samson, Dr/ Olivier Holland, B

Nick of Time: M Fletcher, as/ Olie Brice, B/ T Jozwiak, Dr

Rich Halley
the Wisdom of Rocks: Rich Halley, Ts/ M Vlatkovich, Tbn/ Clyde Reed, B/ Carson Halley, Dr

Gato Libre: Natsuki Tamura, Tp/ Yasuko Kaneko, Tbn/ Kazuhiko Tsumura, G/ Satoko Fujii, Acc

Whirlwind | Jc Sanford
Views from the Inside: J C Sanford Orchestra