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Bob Rusch, the producer of the sequel to IN THE SPIRIT, NO GREATER LOVE, states in the liner notes that this CD is "out-of-concept"; that is to say that it does not use the…
Passion for Passion - This is one of the most challenging reviews I have ever written because it involves writing about music that cannot easily be separated from itself to…
The latest Cadence Music release by Trio X, Rapture, has three cuts. Simply stated. Beautifully rendered. Recorded live at the Knitting Factory in December of 1998. The …
Released in May of this year, DNA reflects the mastery of the duo of Matthew Shipp, piano, and William Parker, bass. Shipp is the composer of the material on this CD, excep…
Pianist Tyson Rogers has designed, done the art work for, and composed most of the pieces on, an intelligent CD, Pendulabellum. Rogers is accompanied by Jared Sims on winds…
Guitarist Joe Morris has created another instance for me to be stymied. Along with Rob Brown on alto sax & flute, Karen Borca on bassoon, and Andrea Parkins on accordion & …
Joe McPhee’s newest release on CIMP, IN THE SPIRIT, embodies the strengths of all the players who accompany him. Joe has played with the members of his double "bluettes" ma…
LIVE AT EL REY documents the last concert by Thomas Mapfumo & the Blacks Unlimited on a tour in 1995 that ended in Albuquerque, N.M. The concert was also the celebration of…
Dominic Duval and his Trio have just released on Leo Records a CD entitled, EQUINOX. Although the contrasting strings with a backplane of piano constitutes the centerpie…
Joe McPhee's, AS SERIOUS AS YOUR LIFE, whose title is taken from Valerie Wilmer's book of the same name, is a solo recording, over twenty years after his first solo LP. Thi…