Benjamin Moussay – Villefranque from the album “Promontoire” (2020). After three acclaimed ECM recordings with Louis Sclavis (Sources, Salt and Silk Melodies, and Characters on a Wall), each of them attesting his improvisational resourcefulness, French [More]
Green Shading into Blue is the third album by Norwegian jazz bassist and composer Arild Andersen recorded in 1978 and released on the ECM label. Track listing: All compositions by Arild Andersen except as indicated [More]
“Life Goes On” (Carla Bley) from the album “Life Goes On”. Personnel: Steve Swallow – bass Carla Bley – piano Andy Sheppard – tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone ____________________ Label: ECM Records ‎– ECM 2669, ECM [More]
“The Man I Love” (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin). From the album “ETHAN IVERSON QUARTET W/ TOM HARRELL – COMMON PRACTICE”(2019). The latest ECM album to feature pianist Ethan Iverson – following last year’s duo recording [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]
Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan – Epistrophy Personnel: Bill Frisell – guitar Thomas Morgan – bass _______________________________________ Recorded Live: 8/16/2017 – Paste Studios – New York, NY BUY The New Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan [More]
Kit Downes’s previous ECM appearance was as the pianist on the debut recording of Time Is A Blind Guide in 2015 and he’s critically-regarded as one of the UK’s A outstanding young jazz talents. This [More]
“Absinthe” from the new Dominic Miller‘s album “Absinthe” (2019). With Absinthe, his second release for ECM, guitarist Dominic Miller has created an album colored by a distinct atmosphere. “The first thing that came to me [More]
“Will I Die, Miss? Will I Die?” (Avishai Cohen) from the album “Cross My Palm with Silver”. “The iconic production of Manfred Eicher’s label again seems perfectly suited to etching forth the nuances of Cohen’s exquisite [More]
“Oslo” from the album “Skala“. Mathias Eick’s intensely melodic trumpet occupies the centre-stage in this album of self-penned tunes which will appeal to an audience beyond “jazz”. Against the powerful backdrops offered by his sleek, [More]