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    Posted: 04 Aug 2014 at 9:08am
This is a thread where we can keep tabs on albums that are on the way.
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New album from Jean Luc Ponty and Jon Anderson.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Cannonball With Hat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Aug 2014 at 11:17pm
Good idea for a thread. Thumbs Up
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Walter Smith III - "Still Casual"
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote js Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Aug 2014 at 8:57pm
^ not yet, gonna look into it though, thanks for the tip.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Cannonball With Hat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Aug 2014 at 12:06am
Indeed!
 
And yeah...hopefully amazon (or some other place) will post some audio samples because audio quality seems like it will be the only thing stopping me from buying that.
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Wes Montgomery    "In the Beginning"
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Acclaimed American saxophonist Branford Marsalis has announced the release of a new solo album, In My Solitude – Live in Concert at Grace Cathedral, which will be available in the UK from 20 October 2014on the OKeh label. The record comprises 11 tracks, including music by Steve Lacy and Ryo Noda, ‘Sonata in A Minor for Oboe: I. Poco adagio’ by C.P.E Bach and Hoagy Carmichael’s ‘Stardust’, interwoven with passages of spontaneous improvisation. It was recorded on 5 October 2012 when Marsalis became one of an elite group of jazz musicians to have performed at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedralsince its consecration in 1965, conducted to the soundtrack of Duke Ellington’s Concert of Sacred Music.

Shortly after the album’s release, Marsalis will lead his quartet on a European tour, with two sets at the EFG London Jazz Festival (one evening performance and a second later than night) now confirmed for Friday 14 November 2014. The group, which features Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on bass and the 23 year old Justin Faulkner on drums, will also play dates in Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Spain and Poland before returning to the USA. Marsalis also appears on a new Grateful Dead live three CD set, Wake Up To Find Out, recorded at Nassau Coliseum on 29 March 1990, which is released on Rhino Records this week.


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Wes Montgomery   "In the Beginning"     Resonance label
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not really an album, but this release can attract some interest 

Akira Sakata with Bill Laswell, Pete Cosey, Hamid Drake

KAIGARABUSHI – BILL LASWELL REMIX

Japanese free jazz icon Akira Sakata in collaboration with the legendary Pete Cosey (Miles Davis, Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf), drummer Hamid Drake and bassist Bill Laswell. A remix of a track from the album fisherman’s.com released in 2001, it offers traditional Japanese folk art meets funk and free improvisation. Mix- construction by Bill Laswell.

TRACK
1. Kaigarabushi Return (11:44)


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote snobb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Dec 2014 at 5:20pm
TO DUKE
MATTHEW SHIPP TRIO

What we have here is pure, distilled Ellington, done as only Shipp can.
Steve Dalachinsky
, excerpt from the liner notes

This outstanding tribute to Duke Ellington is made of some of its most beloved compositions played uniquely by Matthew Shipp trio (Matthew ShippMichael BisioWhit Dickey).
Ellington’s compositions are supplemented by a couple of Shipp’s own work.

TO DUKE

will be released on
«ROGUEART»
on January 23rd 2015
at the occasion of Matthew Shipp Trio concert at the opening of 2015 Sons d’Hiver Festival.
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Well they succeeded in piquing my interest. 
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Originally posted by js js wrote:

New album from Jean Luc Ponty and Jon Anderson.

I am very curios about this one ^ Last time I checked, J-L.P. looked reasonably energetic and nimble; not so sure about Anderson.  


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Eddie Henderson to Release “Collective Portrait” Feb. 10

New studio album will be on the Smoke Sessions label

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Trumpeter/flugelhornist Eddie Henderson will release a new album, “i>Collective Portrait, on Smoke Sessions Records Feb. 10. For the album, Henderson reunites with pianist George Cables and alto saxophonist Gary Bartz, along with bassist Doug Weiss and drummer Carl Allen.

The 10-song studio album was recorded live in New York at Sear Sound's Studio A on a Rupert Neve 8038 custom console and mixed to half-inch analog tape using a Studer mastering deck. 



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The poignant final album from revered trumpeterKenny Wheeler, who died on 8 September, Songs For Quintet is set for release on ECM Records on 12 January 2015 – just in time for what would have been his 85th birthday on 14 January.

Recorded in 
December 2013 at London’s Abbey Road studios, and produced by Manfred Eicher andSteve Lake, the album features regular Wheeler collaborators saxophonist Stan Sulzmann, guitaristJohn Parricelli, bassist Chris Laurence and drummer Martin France. Fittingly it marks Wheeler’s return to the label that released some of his most cherished recordings including Gnu HighDeer Wanand Angel Song. Due to ill health the sessions for Songs For Quintet were the last time Wheeler was able to play with other musicians and as such he couldn’t perform as part of a planned celebratory gig after the recording.

From early listens the album showcases Wheeler’s impeccable compositions that always match strong melodies with intriguingly inventive structures – all of which is devoured by the vastly experienced band. Wheeler, playing flugelhorn throughout, sounds strong on material that’s surprisingly uptempo and driving, although solo duties often fall to Sulzmann and Parricelli. The compositions are drawn from Wheeler’s recent past and include a fresh approach to ‘Old Time’ (an Azimuth trio favourite) alongside a new take on ‘Nonetheless’, a piece first heard on Angel Song. 

Other tracks include ‘
How It Was Then’ (another Azimuth piece from 1994), an aptly titled waltz-time piece ’A Pretty Liddle Waltz’, the tango-fuelled ‘Sly Eyes’, the intricate yet flowing ‘Jigsaw’, and ‘Canter No. 1’, which is a bass feature for Laurence before giving way to a powerful Sulzmann solo. See the
February 2015 issue of Jazzwise for an exclusive interview with Stan Sulzmann talking about the recording of the album. 

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Songs-for-Quintet

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Jack DeJohnette to Release"Made in Chicago," New ECM Album

Features Muhal Richard Abrams, Henry Threadgill, Roscoe Mitchell

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ECM Records will release a new album by drummer/composer Jack DeJohnette on March 10. Titled Made in Chicago, the recording features Muhal Richard Abrams on piano, Roscoe Mitchell on saxophones, Henry Threadgill on saxophones and flute, Larry Gray on bass and DeJohnette playing drums.

One live gig is scheduled thus far to promote the set, March 12 in Minneapolis, at Walker Arts Center.

   


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