All About Jazz Reviews

From All About Jazz:

Geoff Leigh / Yumi Hara
Upstream (Moonjune Records)
Reviewed by Nic Jones

Eri Yamamoto Trio
In Each Day, Something Good (AUM Fidelity)
Reviewed by Lyn Horton

Enrico Pieranunzi / Marc Johnson / Joey Baron
Dream Dance (Cam Jazz)
Reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Multitude, Solitude (Cuneiform Records)
Reviewed by Nic Jones

Chicago Underground Duo
Chad Taylor & Rob Mazurek: Chicago Underground Duo
Reviewed by David Adler

Joe Morris
Joe Morris: Today on Earth; Colorfield; The Necessary and the Possible; Fine Objects
Reviewed by Wilbur MacKenzie

Tony Malaby
Tony Malaby: Voladores, Houria
Reviewed by Jeff Stockton

Nicole Mitchell
Nicole Mitchell: Renegades, Anaya, Collective Creativity
Reviewed by Jeff Stockton

Eri Yamamoto
The Multiple Musical Personalities of Eri Yamamoto
Reviewed by Tom Greenland

Gerald Cleaver
Gerald Cleaver: Downtown’s Hardest Working Drummer
Reviewed by Tom Greenland

John Zorn
O’o (Tzadik)
Reviewed by Stuart Broomer

Mike Reed’s People, Places & Things
About Us (482 Music)
Reviewed by Jeff Stockton

Soft Machine
Soft Machine: Live At Henie Onstad Arts Centre 1971 (Reel Recordings)
Reviewed by Nic Jones

Myra Melford’s Be Bread
The Whole Tree Gone (Firehouse 12 Records)
Reviewed by John Sharpe

100nka and Herb Robertson
Superdesert (Not Two Records)
Reviewed by Robert Iannapollo

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All About Jazz Reviews

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From All About Jazz:

Multitude, Solitude (Cuneiform Records)
Reviewed by John Kelman

Sun Ra
Sun Ra Quartet in Italy, 1978 (Art Yard)
Reviewed by Robert Dugan

Evan Parker
House Full Of Floors (Tzadik)
Reviewed by Mark Corroto

Medeski, Martin & Wood
Medeski, Martin & Wood: Radiolarians – The Evolutionary Set
Reviewed by Doug Collette

Manuel Mengis Gruppe 6
Dulcet Crush (Hatology)
Reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Paul Rutherford
Tetralogy (1978-82) (Emanem)
Reviewed by John Eyles

Anthony Braxton / Joelle Leandre
Duo (Heidelberg Loppem) 2007 (Leo Records)
Reviewed by Glenn Astarita

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The Squid’s Ear Reviews

Sad-ish news from The Squid’s Ear, as Verge Music is shutting down. The lining on this dark cloud is that Squidco is going to take over the distribution of some of the labels Verge used to handle.

In any case, we have bunch of new reviews from the Squid folks:

Frode Gjerstad / John Edwards / Mark Sanders – Bergen
– Dave Madden

Olivier Capparos & Lionel Marchetti – Equus (Grand Vehicule)
– Dave Madden

Jessica Pavone – Songs Of Synastry And Solitude
– Massimo Ricci

Elton Dean’s Ninesense – Happy Daze + Oh! For the Edge
– Darren Bergstein

Ergo – Multitude, Solitude
– Darren Bergstein

The Nu Band – Lower East Side Blues
(Porter Records)
– Paul Serralheiro

La Casa, Eric / Jean-Luc Guionnet – Inscape. Lille-Flandres
– Jeph Jerman

Moscow Composers Orchestra & Sainkho Namchylak – Portrait of an Idealist
– Jeph Jerman

Various Artists – Three 7″ Records and 1 Various Artists CD
(Generate Records)
– Massimo Ricci

Anthony Braxton – Creative Orchestra (Koeln) 1978
– Kurt Gottschalk

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Free Jazz Blog Reviews

From Free Jazz:

The Light – Afekty (MultiKulti, 2009) ****½

Empty Cage Quartet – Gravity (Clean Feed, 2009) ****

Daniel Blacksberg Trio – Bit Heads (NoBusiness, 2009)
David Taylor – Red Sea (Tzadik, 2009)
Superimpose – Talk Talk (Leo Records, 2009)
Noah Rosen, Yves Robert, Didier Levallet – Silhouette (Sans Bruit, 2009)

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The Squid’s Ear Reviews

From the Squid’s Ear:

Mahall / Dorner / Roder / Jennessen:
Die Enttauschung

Fred Frith:
Nowhere, Sideshow, Thin Air
(Recommended Records / Fred Records)

Noyes / Chabala:
The Shade & The Squint


John Zorn:

Phill Niblock:
Touch Strings

Ignaz Schick/Martin Tetreault:
(Ambiances Magnetiques)

Kevin Drumm:
Imperial Horizon

A Brush With Dignity
(Clean Feed)

A Common Confusion
(Bug Incision)

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