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Liberty Ellman Debuts New Trio in New EP: Jazz guitarist Liberty Ellman releases today a new four-song EP titled Water Walkers, showcasing two new original compositions and two covers. Water Walkers also marks the debut of Ellman’s new trio with longtime collaborators, Stephan Crump and Damion Reid, and places more direct focus on his unique playing style. The EP is released as part of Pi Recordings’ “This Is Now: Love in the Time of COVID” series.


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Teodross Avery Presents a Deep Study of Thelonious Monk Music in Forthcoming Album: Saxophonist Teodross Avery presents a deep study of Thelonious Monk’s music on his ninth release as a leader. Harlem Stories: The Music of Thelonious Monk features reimaginings of Monk compositions, performed with two different quartets – the first operating telepathically, the latter conversationally. The 10-song program includes such tracks as “Monk’s Dream,” “Ruby, My Dear” and “Pannonica,” among others. Harlem Stories will be released on August 21 via WJ3 Records.


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First Sun Ra Arkestra Studio Album in Over 20 Years Out Soon: Strut has announced that it will be releasing the Sun Ra Arkestra’s first studio album since 1999’s Song of the Sun. The title of the record has yet to be announced but the news with a first taste of the record. “Seductive Fantasy” a fresh take on a composition originally recorded by the pioneering jazz collective for 1979’s On Jupiter. It is accompanied by an abstract animation music video directed by Canadian recording artist Chad Van Gaalen.


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Deerhoof and Wadada Leo Smith, “Breakup Songs”





“Breakup Songs” is a track from Deerhoof’s new live album, To Be Surrounded By Beautiful, Curious, Breathing, Laughing Flesh is Enough. It is also one of five songs from the LP documenting a collaborative set with legendary trumpeter/composer Wadada Leo Smith from New York City’s Winter Jazzfest at Le Poisson Rouge. The album was released as a Bandcamp exclusive on July 3 via Joyful Noise, with all proceeds from sales benefiting Black Lives Matter.

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Noa Levy and Shimpei Ogawa, “I Get a Kick Out of You”



Fellow San Francisco expats – vocalist Noa Levy and bassist Shimpei Ogawa – collaborated on a duo album celebrating the songwriting legacy of Cole Porter. You, Me & Cole is set for release on July 10 via Belle and includes a sprightly reimagining of the classic “I Get a Kick Out of You.” “The song’s fantastic, humorous lyrics offered us a broad canvas to create a new arrangement and conversation between our two instruments – with 2020 ears and sensibilities,” explains Levy via a statement.

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New Christian McBride Album Honors Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery and Oliver Nelson: Christian McBride draws inspiration from the seminal ’60s recordings of organist Jimmy Smith and guitarist Wes Montgomery with big band arrangements by Oliver Nelson for his own forthcoming Mack Avenue release. For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver finds the bass great recreate that setting, with his own big band and special guests Joey DeFrancesco and Mark Whitfield. The album, which marks McBride’s 14th as a bandleader, will be released on September 28 and solidifies his role as a champion of the past, present and future of jazz.

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Vincent Peirani & Emile Parisien “Nouchka”: Just in time for Bastille  Day — which, if you remember from your European History class, commemorates the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, a turning point in the French Revolution — accordionist Vincent Peirani and saxophonist Emile Parisien have released “Nouchka,” a single from their new duo album Abrazo. The album, due out August 28 on ACT Records, reimagines the music of South American masters Astor Piazzolla, Tomás Gubitsch and Xavier Cugat. Also featured on the disc are interpretations of works by Kate Bush and Jelly Roll Morton.  For “Nouchka,” however, the French-born Peirani took a decidedly more personal approach: “Nouchka was the nickname of my wife when she was a little girl,” said Peirani. “I decided to compose a song thinking about her as a child, and also about who she is now.
When she listened to it for the first time, she was not aware about my ‘inspiration.’ I asked her how she felt about the song, and she told me that it could have been composed for the daughter we could have. (We have two boys). So, for me, it was a kind of perfect match. I hope you will enjoy it!” JAZZIZ is proud to premiere the track via the player below.

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Nubya Garcia goes back to the Source for debut solo album and releases epic title track as first single

The acclaimed tenorist releases her powerful debut album on renowned US jazz label

 

Source is tenor saxophonist Nubya Garcia’s eagerly anticipated debut solo album and is released on 21 August on Concord Jazz. Jointly produced by Garcia and renowned producer Kwes (Nérija, Bobby Womack, Solange), the forthright, groove-driven and soulful long-player features Garcia’s hard-touring band of keyboardist Joe Armon-Jones, bassist Daniel Casimir and drummer Sam Jones, alongside guest appearances by fellow Nérija bandmate Cassie Kinoshi on alto sax; KOKOROKO horn players Richie Seivwright (trombone) and Sheila Maurice-Grey (trumpet) and vocals from Akenya on closing track ‘Boundless Beings’. The first single is the title track, an epic 12-minute journey with guest appearances by Ms Maurice, Kinoshi and Seivwright, which can be heard below.

The album is Garcia’s first extended solo outing, following her two EPs, 2017’s Nubya’s 5ive and 2018’s When We Are, and her acclaimed band projects with Nérija and Maisha, plus frequent touring with Armon-Jones. As a key figure of the ‘new jazz’ resurgence of 2018, Garcia has forged a formidable rep as a hugely charismatic performer with a powerful sound, which has seen her win armfuls of awards including Jazz FM ‘Breakthrough Act of the Year Award’ (2018) and Jazz FM ‘UK Jazz Act of the Year Award’ (2019), as well as breaking through in the US. See the September issue of Jazzwise for an exclusive interview with Nubya about her album.

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New Makaya McCraven Album and Documentary: Chicago-based drummer/producer Makaya McCraven will release a new project and documentary on July 31 via International Anthem, both of which are an addendum to his critically-lauded 2018 Universal Beings. Universal Beings E&F Sides presents 14 new pieces of organic beat music cut from original sessions, prepared and produced by Makaya as a soundtrack to the Universal Beings documentary, which provides a behind the scenes look into the making of the 2018 LP and is directed by Mark Pallman. Universal Beings E&F Sides is also set for a physical release on September 25 and you can listen to “Mak Attack” from the album via the player below.






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Ralph Peterson & The Messenger Legacy release new single: “Forth and Back” is the second single from Ralph Peterson and the Messenger Legacy’s Onward & Upward. The album finds Peterson leading a newly expanded ensemble, also featuring 14 former Jazz Messengers and three Legacy Messengers. Onward & Upward will be released on September 18 via Onyx Productions and you can listen to “Forth and Back” via the player below.



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Jacob Collier Announces Release Date for Third Djesse Album: Multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter Jacob Collier has announced the third installment in his four-album Djesse series. Djesse, Vol. 3, will be released on August 14 via Hajanga/Decca/Interscope. The announcement comes with the release of its lead single, “All I Need.” The song also features Ty Dolla $ign and R&B singer Mahalia. You can listen to it via the player below.



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Bill Frisell, “Keep Your Eyes Open”


Acclaimed guitarist Bill Frisell has released “Keep Your Eyes Open,” the second single from his forthcoming album Valentine, due out August 14 via Blue Note. This album finds him exploring the creative freedom of the trio format and features longtime collaborators bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Rudy Royston, with whom he has toured for years. This song originally appeared on Frisell’s 1997 album Nashville and is accompanied by a new video by Monica Jane Frisell.

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Takuya Kuroda, “Change” feat. Corey King


Trumpeter Takuya Kuroda released “Change,” a new single from his forthcoming album, Fly Moon Die Soon, due out September 18. The track features Corey King on vocals. It also showcases Kuroda’s love of such genres as post-bop and soul-jazz, and much like the rest of the album, was built on beats created by him and later finished in-studio with engineer Todd Carter. In Kuroda’s words, “this album is about the irony between the greatness of nature and the beautiful [obscenity] of humanity. Melodies and grooves fly back and forth from being spiritual to being vulgar.”

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Norman Brown, “Heading Wes”


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Guitarist/composer Norman Brown has a new album due out August 7 via Shanachie. Heart to Heart features several notable guests, as well as this track, “Heading Wes,” which is a tribute to Brown’s father and the iconic Wes Montgomery. “My dad loved Wes and inspired me to learn that style by allowing me to have the car on Saturday night if I learned his favorite Wes tunes, like ‘Bumping On Sunset’ and ‘Down Here on the Ground,'” says Brown. “Frankly I would have learned them based on my own love of his playing.  His technique, beautiful chord soloing in addition to his single one-note expression was wonderfully original and innovative.”

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Matthew Shipp Announces New Piano Trio Album: Avant-garde and free jazz elder statesman Matthew Shipp will release a new piano trio on September 18 via ESP-Disk. The Unidentifiable comes on the eve of his 60th birthday and marks his fourth trio album with bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Newman Taylor Baker. “Trio and solo make me who I am,” says the pianist via a statement, “which is why it feels so complete to have albums that show both parts of me this year.”




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Alan Braufman Shares New Single: Saxophonist/flutist/composer Alan Braufman has shared “Home,” a new single from his forthcoming album, The Fire Still Burns, due out August 28. This will be his first album released under his own name since 1975. The song starts tense and slowly escalates to a triumphant crescendo. At just under six minutes, it is also the longest track on The Fire Still Burns, and it was composed by Braufman at the piano.

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New David Virelles EP Due Out August 7: Pianist/composer David Virelles will release a new EP, Transformación del Arcoiris, on August 7, in conjunction with Bandcamp’s no revenue share day sale. Recorded during the stay at home order, David has returned to a format and approach, featuring his fictional percussion ensemble Los Seres, previously heard on his 2016 ECM release Antenna. Transformación del Arcoiris is part of Pi Recordings’ “This is Now: Love in the Time of COVID” series.


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Two Unheard Azymuth Demos Have Resurfaced: Two home-recorded demo tracks by Brazilian psychedelic jazz-funk band Azymuth have surfaced. The first is an instrumental take on Roberto and Erasmo Carlos’ 1969 Jovem Guarda hit “As Curvas da Estrada de Santos.” The second is a spacey psych-folk oddity titled “Zé e Paraná.” Both will be released on 7″ vinyl via Far Out on September 18. Their release follows last year’s Demos (1973-75). The tracks were recorded in Jose Roberto Bertrami’s house in Rio de Janiero at some point between 1973 and 1975.


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Release Date Change for Chick Corea’s New Album: The release date for pianist Chick Corea‘s new solo album, Plays, has been moved to September 11. The 2xCD/3xLP live recording finds Corea engaging audiences with spontaneous improvisations and his own compositions. It also represents the wide spectrum of his keyboard influences, from Mozart to Gershwin to Monk and beyond.

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Bill Frisell Shares New Single: Bill Frisell has released “Valentine” from his forthcoming trio album of the same name, which will be released on August 14 via Blue Note Records. The album explores the creative freedom of the trio format and finds Frisell in the company of longtime collaborators bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Rudy Royston. “Valentine” follows two previously released singles from the album: “We Shall Overcome” and “Keep Your Eyes Open.”

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