This Is Our Language. Rodrigo Amado, Chris Corsano, Kent Kessler, Joe McPhee.
Always enjoy a good two horn blowout, especially in a group of players of this caliber.
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Førage. Matt Mitchell.
Grace and beauty aren’t characteristics I normally associate with Tim Berne’s harmonically restless and radically syncopated pieces. However, on this solo piano recording of his works by Matt Mitchell, there are some astoundingly beautiful and graceful passages.
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Sopranoville: Works for Prepared and Non-Prepared Saxophone. Sam Newsome.
That title sounds so academic for such an enjoyable album! While these pieces are a sort of catalog of every sound it is possible to get from a Soprano Sax, it is Mr Newsome’s artistic creativity and vision that stand out.
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All This I Do For Glory. Colin Stetson.
Mr Colin Stetson continues to pursue his vision for solo woodwind and contact mic’d vocal performance. On this release, he seems to be concentrating on, and crystalizing, the vocal and rhythmic aspects of his work. Many of the pieces also have a wider, symphonic-pastoral scope, and more dynamic variation, than the “Judges” series he did for Constellation Records. Epic, in every sense of the word.
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