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Last mentioned in Algiers : Algeria
Martial Solal (born August 23, 1927, Algiers, French Algeria) is a French jazz pianist and composer, who is probably most widely known for the music he wrote for Jean-Luc Godard's...

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  • Lauren Kinsella -- Down With Jazz 2014

      News Source: All About Jazz | 1 month ago
    Having moved from 2013's September slot with its unpredictable autumn weather to the last weekend in May with its unpredictable spring weather, Down With Jazz 2014 passed off dryly, which raised the spirits and surely contributed to the dancing that
  • Chanticleer -- Notable and Nearly Missed in 2013

      News Source: All About Jazz | 7 months ago
    December 24, 2013 More music is released each year than can be realistically followed by a given writer. I typically listen to much more music than I write about, not because this music is not worthy somehow but there is so little time.
  • CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: French New Wave (5-CD Box Set) Released on Jazz on Film ...

      News Source: All ABout Jazz | 9 months ago
    Moanin' , widely considered (by Blakey himself, as well) as the best ever Jazz Messengers line up. One of the greatest French bop saxophonists Barney Wilen (who briefly filled the saxophone chair between Benny Golson and Hank Mobley in the Messengers)
  • Jean-Pierre Melville's 'Two Men in Manhattan' reaches U.S. fans

      News Source: Los Angeles Times | 11 months ago
    American culture was more than a fascination for Jean-Pierre Melville; it was a defining component of the French director's persona and life's work. There was the surname he adopted, the Stetson hats he favored, the Cadillac he piloted through the
  • At the Corner: Ran Blake / Sara Serpa / Christine Correa

      News Source: All About Jazz | 1 year ago
    May 23, 2013 The common element between Sara Serpa's Aurora and Christine Correa's Down Here Below is obviously pianist Ran Blake. Enigmatic to a fault, Blake has made a potent name for himself among improvised music enthusiasts. Blake is an
  • George Gruntz

      News Source: The Guardian | over 1 year ago
    Gruntz, who has died aged 80, was one of the few internationally acclaimed Swiss-born jazz musicians, and had an unusually broad vision. It was his Concert Jazz Band or just plain CJB under Quincy Jones's baton that backed an ailing Davis in 1991, on
  • Hal Galper Trio: Airegin Revisited

      News Source: All About Jazz | over 1 year ago
    December 9, 2012 Hal Galper's Airgen Revisited is exhilarating. The pianist has been working at his artistry for more than a half century, and he is moving surely into the "elder statesman of jazz" category, riding the furious wave of several
  • Elisabeth Lohninger Quartet: Live

      News Source: All About Jazz | over 1 year ago
    November 28, 2012 Austrian-American Renaissance woman Elisabeth Lohninger is many things. She is a singer, composer, producer, writer, teacher and studio owner. Over the past several years Lohninger has found time to record four collections with her

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