Taylor Ho Bynum keeps his Boston connection

English: Taylor Ho Bynum, Moers Festival 2007
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From The Boston Globe:

For Taylor Ho Bynum and his sextet all roads lead through Boston. Over the past decade the Brookline-raised cornetist has become a major force on the outward-bound side of the jazz continuum. As a prolific composer and multifarious bandleader, as the cofounder of the respected label Firehouse 12 Records, and as a dogged supporter of avant-garde patriarch Anthony Braxton, Bynum has forged deep ties with many of the most adventurous improvisers associated with jazz over the past half century. He celebrates the release of his multigenerational sextet’s new Firehouse 12 album “Apparent Distance’’ tonight at Outpost 186, and while he didn’t meet all his bandmates in Boston, they share enduring ties to the Beantown scene.

NotTwo Records Releases

Some recent 2011 releases from Poland’s NotTwo Records:

Mark In The Water – Ken Vandermark
Live in Wiesbaden – Peter Brötzmann, Jörg Fischer
Ibsen’s Ghosts – Joe McPhee
Live in Katowice – The Fonda/Stevens Group Trio + 2
Round About One O’clock (dedicated to Mike Osborne – Ozzie) – Evan Parker & Zlatko Kaučič
Uwaga – André Goudbeek / Peter Jacquemyn / Lê Quan Ninh Trio
Frail Lumber – Scott Fields Ensemble