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Tenor saxophonist Dan Wilensky is a Renaissance Man and an educator, both facets of his character evidenced in his musicians' guide, Musician! , and the album If You Only Knew . What Wilensky provides over these two offerings is a masterclass in
Solajma I Solen; Andedans; Okto Synk Ej; Piru Tulee; Klokke; Gnist; Ukendt; I Vilden Sky; 15 Gode Grunde. Personnel: Jesper Zeuthen: alto saxophone; Adam Pultz Melbye: contrabass; Thomas Prestegaard: drums...Bless them, for their convictions are pure,
This is one of a pair of 1992 Paul Bley albums dedicated to the pianist's former wives and biggest compositional influences, Carla Bley and Annette Peacock. The Carla set, for solo piano, is the more explicitly jazz -rooted, while the Peacock set
Wale and Meek Mill, Pandemonium MP3 The intro to this new Rick Ross is sounding seriously Albert Ayler with the ghost sax. Thought he was going to go in over the dude who played at Coltrane's funeral but the beat's more on some '80s Larry Coryell
Uprising; Love; Seeds of a Forgotten Flower; The Blue Mountain's Sun Drummer; Mto: The Celestial River; Don't You Remember; Sellassie-I; Seven Arrows in the Garden of Light; Buffalo People: A Blues Ritual Dance; Albert Ayler in a Spiritual Light
tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, alto flute, computer. Style: Modern Jazz Legendary bassist Jaco Pastorius ' classic "3 Views of a Secret" could adequately describe saxophonist Jason Robinson's three incredibly distinct recordings.
Palmetto (2010) | December 7, 2010 3.5 Stars Here's a jazz Christmas album as John Coltrane, Albert Ayler, and, oh, John and Yoko might have made it. The "tree-o" is drummer Wilson, bassist Paul Sikivie, and reedman Jeff Lederer about as stripped
Annette Peacock is the great, Zelig-like sphinx/muse figure of the jazz/pop avant-garde, connecting Albert Ayler to David Bowie. She doesn't appear on this 1992 trio recording featuring two ex-husbands, pianist Bley and bassist Gary Peacock, plus
Looks Like Not; A New Start; Improv Two; Nevertheless; Something with Tango; Four Notes; What a Pity; Sort of Despair; Till We Got There; Four Notes Ending. Personnel: Yoni Kretzmer: tenor saxophone; Jason Ajemian: double-bass; Mike Pride: drums.
Folksong; Hallucinations; For Shirley; Omega is the Alpha; Subway; Romulan Ale; Lonely Woman; Sweet Sixteen; Rosario; Alone Together. Personnel: Vic Juris: guitar; Jay Anderson: bass; Adam Nussbaum: drums. Style: Straightahead/Mainstream With so much