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JazzTimes Magazine
The Newport Jazz Festival 2016 by John Abbott - By John Abbott — Jazz Articlesof each other—at the same time! Late on Sunday, the guitarist Nels Cline hung o
The Newport Jazz Festival 2016 by John Abbott - By John Abbott — Jazz Articles
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
of each other—at the same time! Late on Sunday, the guitarist Nels Cline hung out for a relaxed portrait session and talked about growing up in California, his experience playing guitar with the late Ornette Coleman, and loving life... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Free SummerStage concerts: Terence Blanchard 'Breathless' for Eric Garnerworked with such artists as Jennifer Holiday, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston,
Free SummerStage concerts: Terence Blanchard 'Breathless' for Eric Garner
Staten Island Advance / Posted 22 days ago
worked with such artists as Jennifer Holiday, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Savion Glover, Malik Yoba, George Fasion, Ornette Coleman, Ossie Davis, Olatunje Babatunde, Max Roach, Cassandra Wilson, and Rick James. He has also taught and... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Carr Center appoints Geri Allen as artistic directorwith a who's who of leading jazz musicians from bassist Ron Carter to the late
Carr Center appoints Geri Allen as artistic director
Detroit Free Press / Posted 24 days ago
with a who's who of leading jazz musicians from bassist Ron Carter to the late hero of the avant-garde, alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman. This week, she introduces a modern-mainstream quintet at the Village Vanguard in New York that includes... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Hidden VoicesAruán Ortiz Triothe non-original Ortiz tracks on Hidden Voices, one is a Thelonious Monk tune (
Hidden VoicesAruán Ortiz Trio
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
the non-original Ortiz tracks on Hidden Voices, one is a Thelonious Monk tune (“Skippy”) and the other a medley of two by Ornette Coleman (“Open or Close,” found on the eponymous 1979 Old and New Dreams album, and “The Sphinx”). Apropos, because... Read more
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Blogcritics.org
Sound Underground – ‘Quiet Spaces’of European cultures with bouts of improvised chord patterns, taking cues from
Sound Underground – ‘Quiet Spaces’
Blogcritics.org / Posted 26 days ago
of European cultures with bouts of improvised chord patterns, taking cues from the likes of such American jazz greats as Ornette Coleman and Wayne Shorter. Each track portrays an image in the listener's mind, displaying a facet of life and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Calgary folk festival performances run musical gamutBlood Ulmer is a guitar wizard, albeit a defiantly uncompromising one. A discip
Calgary folk festival performances run musical gamut
Calgary Sun / Posted a month ago
Blood Ulmer is a guitar wizard, albeit a defiantly uncompromising one. A disciple and one-time sideman of free-jazz great Ornette Coleman, Ulmer mixed avant-garde tones with deep grooves that slowly came into focus alongside the drum-and-violin... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Richard Corsello, Sonny Rollins' Go-To Engineerregardless of the original sound. And many of the performances are epic, includ
Richard Corsello, Sonny Rollins' Go-To Engineer
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
regardless of the original sound. And many of the performances are epic, including the historic 22 minutes with Ornette Coleman on “Sonnymoon for Two” (Vol. 2), the torrential 24-minute outpouring upon “Why Was I Born?” (Vol. 3), and the... Read more

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