A fantastic electric album from one of the most unique bassists of the 70s – Blow Up is one of the most sough-after titles from the acclaimed Three Blind Mice catalog. Isao Suzuki’s Blow-Up is [More]
After two ECM albums with the cooperative trio Third Reel, Swiss reedman Nicolas Masson presents a quartet for which he is the sole composer. The group has existed for more than a decade with unchanged [More]
François Couturier – piano/composition Anja Lechner – violoncelle Jean-Marc Larché – saxophone Jean-Louis Matinier – accordéon
I Fall In Love Too Easily (Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne). “It’s one thing to hear, but quite another to see, the Keith Jarrett Trio in action. For those unable to do so in a live setting, [More]
‘Remembering” by Avishai Cohen from the album “At Home” (Razdaz Recordz, 2005). “Israeli bassist/composer Avishai Cohen is perhaps best known for playing with Chick Corea, but he was never destined to be a sideman; his [More]
Mal Waldron Plays Eric Satie is an album by American jazz pianist Mal Waldron playing compositions by Erik Satie recorded in 1983 and released by the Japanese Baybridge label. Track listing: All compositions by Erik [More]
Eberhard Weber (born 22 January 1940 in Stuttgart) is a German double bassist and composer. As a bass player, he is known for his highly distinctive tone and phrasing. Weber’s compositions blend chamber jazz, European [More]
Esperanza Spalding – “Move Many (Joints)” from the album “12 Little Spells” out now, from Concord Records. “Move Many” Music by Matthew Stevens. Lyrics by Esperanza Spalding. “Move Many (Joints) sense of stiffened directives and [More]
Lionel Victor Chamberland (13 September 1940 – 24 June 1987) was an American jazz guitarist born and based in Norwalk, Connecticut. After playing with The Orchids in the 1960s, he stopped touring, became a private [More]
Four years after the critically lauded Eight Winds the Athens-based Sokratis Sinopolous Quartet returns with the aptly-named Metamodal. A unique band, the quartet subtly sifts a vast pool of influence, its music informed by the [More]