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Masabumi Kikuchi, Hanamichi (Red Hook): Hanamichi, the final studio recording from the late Japanese pianist Masabumi Kikuchi, will be released as the debut Red Hook Records album on April 16. Recorded over a two-day New York session, the music marks a divergence from the mostly free improvising musician, showcased via a radiant program of lesser-known tunes and popular standards. Kikuchi passed away in 2015, aged 75.
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Sting Releases New Single with Herbie Hancock: Sting has released a duet rendition with Herbie Hancock of the popular jazz standard “My Funny Valentine.” This is the first single from his forthcoming compilation album, Duets, out March 19 via UMG. The two first recorded the song together for the soundtrack of the 2005 Japanese movie, AshuraDuets will also include collaborations with such artists as Melody Gardot, Eric Clapton, Mary J. Blige and more.
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Tony Allen, “Cosmosis” feat. Skepta and Ben Okiri

Blue Note Records has announced There Is No End, the first posthumous release from the legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen, who passed away last year at 79. The album features guest rappers and singers, including Sampa The Great, Danny Brown, Lava La Rue and more. The announcement comes with the release of its first single, “Cosmosis” featuring Skepta and Ben Okiri. The song came together just as Allen, Damon Albarn and Nigerian-British rapper Skepta had finished tracking their collaboration, “How Far?” for the Gorillaz 2020 album Song Machine, Season One: Strange TimezThere Is No End will be released on April 30, on the one-year anniversary of Allen’s death.

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Dopolarians, “The Release”

Avant-garde, multi-lineup collective Dopolarians – with William Parker, Kelley Hurt, Brian Blade, Christopher Parker, Chad Fowler and Marc Franklin – have shared a new single from their upcoming sophomore album, The Bond. From beautiful, impressionist sounds of solo piano to aggressive, Coltrane-inspired bashing and wailing, “The Release” features fierce and intense interplay and the first collaboration between drummer Brian Blade and bassist William Parker. The Bond is due out on April 2 via Mahakala Music.

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Vijay Iyer Trio, “Children of Flint”

“Children of Flint” is the first track from pianist Vijay Iyer’s upcoming second trio album on ECM, Uneasy, featuring bassist Linda May Han Oh and drummer Tyshawn Sorey. Written by Vijay in 2019, the song is dedicated to children hailing from Flint, a town located near Detroit in Michigan. Vijay emphasizes the importance of the composition’s tragic background: “Through gross negligence and systematic racism, the entire town’s drinking water supply was poisoned with lead. Thousands of children in that town, who are mostly African American, have been exposed to unsafe levels of lead, leading to widespread health issues, chronic illnesses and learning disabilities. This piece is dedicated to those children.” Uneasy is due out on April 9.

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GoGo Penguin, GGP/RMX (Blue Note): GoGo Penguin have announced the release of a new remix album, GGP/RMX, out May 7 via Blue Note. This is a vivid reimagination of the UK instrumental trio’s fifth and self-titled album from last year, and a collaboration with such remixers as Machinedrum, Squarepusher, Portico Quartet, Nathan Fake and more. The album announcement comes with its first single, “Atomised (Machinedrum Remix),” which you can listen to via the player below.

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Roni Ben-Hur, Stories (Dot Time): Genre-busting guitarist/composer Roni Ben-Hur collaborated with some of the finest contemporary jazz musicians in the world on his new album, Stories, which sees him linking his early childhood memories to the world of today. The record features trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, pianist George Cables, bassist Harvie S and drummer Victor Lewis, as well as special guest vocalists Tamuz Nissim and Magos Herrera.

 


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Here’s a riddle: Which master percussionist will release a highly anticipated album on March 19? We’ll give you a hint. He’s one of the most acclaimed Latin jazz artists performing today, with a formidable résumé that includes performances with Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, John Scofield and Wynton Marsalis.

That’s right. It’s Pedrito Martinez, whose new album Acertijos (Riddles) promises to deliver a world of grooves through nine new compositions that showcase his astounding rhythmic versatility and commanding voice. Bringing Martinez’s vision into focus are a number of high-profile guests, including blues guitar legend Eric Clapton, who appears on three tracks. His soul-stirring acoustic guitar can be heard on the album’s opener, “Aumba.” 

Clapton has been a close friend and admirer of Martinez since 2009, when the guitarist first heard him perform at the famous New York City Cuban restaurant Guantanamera. The two have been collaborating ever since, with Martinez appearing at Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival in 2019. For Acertijos, Martinez flew to London to record a new version of Clapton’s well-known song “My Father’s Eyes.” Re-interpreted in Spanish as “Los Ojos de Mi Padre,” the song features both men in a stunning vocal duet. Additional guest appearances on the album include saxophonists Miguel Zenon and David Sanchez, trumpeters Sean Jones and Etienne Charles, and vocalist Isaac Delgado Jr. and Mitchell Delgado, among many others.

In a press statement, Martinez called Acertijos “a compilation of emotions … and the story of my life living in New York and Cuba.” A vocalist and percussionist with a wide array of styles within his grasp, Martinez relocated to New York City from his native Havana in 1998. He was a founding member of the internationally acclaimed Afro-Beat band Yerba Buena, recording two albums with the group, including genre-defying President Alien featuring Roy Hargrove and Meshell Ndegeocello. His playing was also featured in the films Calle 54 (2000) and Chico and Rita (2010).

In 2005, Martinez formed the Pedrito Martinez Group, whose self-titled debut album was nominated for a GRAMMY Award in 2013. His 2016 follow-up album, Habana Dreams, was recorded largely in Cuba, with guests including Ruben Blades and Angelique Kidjo.

Martinez is widely considered one of the world’s foremost purveyors of Cuban folk music. With Acertijos, he is realizing a sound that taps into the spirits of his homeland, and a few from his new home, too. He says: “The spirits I accumulated when I was living in Cuba, and all the spirits I accumulated here [in the US]. They put me on my way.”

Acertijos will drop March 19, 2021, and will be available on all digital platforms with a limited vinyl edition available on Immediate Family Records.






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Cross-continental musical masterminds, musician/producer William Holland a.k.a. Quantic and guitarist Eddie Roberts, will release The Sheepskin Sessions, named in reference to their shared Welsh heritage. Its lead single, “The Clock Won’t Tick,” is one of the four tracks on this collaborative EP and an explosive introduction to this incendiary collaboration. The track, crafted from multiple sessions throughout the U.S., comes complete with Memphis-style horn lines and a refined wah-wah guitar solo courtesy of Roberts. The Sheepskin Sessions is due out later in 2021 via Roberts’ imprint, Color Red.

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Michael Lington, “Baker Street” feat. Javier Colon  

Saxophone great Michael Lington turned his home studio into a virtual performance room during lockdown for his popular ongoing series of weekly shows on the SageIt Platform, featuring duets with musical friends of originals and covers from his 20-plus-year solo discography. Highlight moments from the series are now collected in an upcoming album, Alone Together – out on March 26 via Peak/BFD/The Orchard – including the first single, a rousing version of “Baker Street” with The Voice winner Javier Colon. Other guests on the record include Dave Koz, Kenny Lattimore, Boney James and many more.







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The Dave Weckl Band, “The Zone”  

Live in St. Louis Chesterfield Festival 2019 captures a very special reunion performance by The Dave Weckl Band with the acclaimed jazz fusion drummer at the helm and founding band members Jay Oliver on keyboards, Tom Kennedy on bass, as well as Buzz Feiten, joining them on guitar for the first time in over 20 years, plus saxophonist Gary Meek. More than half the tunes on the record are culled from their 1997 debut album, Rhythm of Soul, including the taut, high-spirited funk opener, “The Zone,” which sets the celebratory tone for the program as a whole and that you can watch a premiere of via the player below. Live in St. Louis at the Chesterfield Jazz Festival 2019 is due out April 8 via Autumn Hill Records.

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John Patitucci, Vinnie Colaiuta, Bill Cunliffe, Trio (Le Coq)

Veteran jazz virtuosos pianist Bill Cunliffe, bassist John Patitucci and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta join forces for the first time as a trio. This album, simply titled Trio, captures their high-spirited, vigorously swinging standards session, including takes on compositions by George Shearing, Chick Corea, Miles Davis and more, and is released via the new imprint Le Coq.









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Allan Holdsworth, Leverkusen ’97 (Manifesto): Manifesto Records continues its series of classic Allan Holdsworth live recordings. Leverkusen ’97, out on March 17, is a double-disc CD/DVD documenting the guitar great alongside Chad Wackerman and bassist Dave Carpenter at the Leverkusen Jazztage Festival in Germany on October 16, 1997. Original audio and visual versions of the 11-tracks have been remastered and the set comes with liner notes for the set from Wackerman. 
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 Jihye Lee Orchestra, Daring Mind (Motéma): South Korea-native bandleader Jihye Lee showcases his personal and adventurous storytelling approach to large-ensemble jazz over the course of nine spellbinding compositions on his forthcoming record, Daring Mind, due out on March 26 via Motéma Music. The album, which marks the sophomore album for the Jihye Lee Orchestra, was produced by Lee in collaboration with the innovative composer and Secret Society bandleader Darcy James Argue, and with renowned trumpeter Sean Jones as a key contributor.
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Gustavo Cortiñas, “III. Pachacuti – The World Upside Down”

Chicago drummer/percussionist Gustavo Cortiñas will release his new visionary and visual album, Desafío Candente, on March 24 via Woolgathering Records. This work is inspired by Eduardo Galeano’s The Open Veins of Latin America and explores the history of colonialism, imperialism and neoliberalism with several musicians and speakers from eleven different countries. Each of its tracks is also accompanied by a video, each of which will be shared over the coming months. The latest of these has been shared today, and it is for the third movement from the piece, titled “III. Pachacuti – The World Upside Down.”

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Allan Harris, Kate’s Soulfood (Love Productions): Soulful vocalist/guitarist Allan Harris showcases his deft songwriting ability and draws heavily from a deep well of childhood memories on his new studio recording, Kate’s Soulfood, produced by Kamau Kenyatta and featuring an A-list backing band. The album is described via a press release as “a spirited, soul-drenched ten-track recording that pays homage to Harris’ home of Harlem, New York City, as only he can.” Kate’s Soulfood is due out on February 12.
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Charles Lloyd Shares New Single: Charles Lloyd & The Marvels have released a take on Ornette Coleman’s “Ramblin’.” This is the first single from Tone Poem, the forthcoming album by legendary saxophonist/NEA Jazz Master Charles Lloyd, which will be released on March 12 via Blue Note Records. A vinyl edition of the album will also be the first new release to be featured as part of the label’s acclaimed Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Series.
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Alfa Mist, “Run Outs”

London-based producer/pianist Alfa Mist will release Bring Backs, his debut album for ANTI-, on April 23. The record marks a new moment in the evolution of Alfa Mist, who has steadily been establishing himself as one of the most dynamic and consistent talents to emerge from the British capital’s widely celebrated jazz reformation. The announcement is accompanied by the release of its first single, “Run Out,” which he explains is named after a street game he remembers playing as a child and brings together “the vibe of my earliest beats with where I’m at today.”

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In October 2018, Robert Glasper settled into the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City for a month-long residency several nights of which featured the new dream team collective R+R=NOW with Glasper on keys, Terrace Martin on synthesizer, vocoder, and alto saxophone, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah on trumpet, Derrick Hodge on bass, Taylor McFerrin on synthesizer, and Justin Tyson on drums. The band had recently released their debut album Collagically Speaking and the music had already taken on expansive new dimensions in concert as evidenced on R+R=NOW Live, a thrilling live recording that will be released February 12th on Blue Note Records featuring standout tracks from the studio album including “Change of Tone” and “Resting Warrior,” as well as a cover of Kendrick Lamar’s “How Much a Dollar Cost” (co-written by Martin), which is available to stream or download today.

The track listing for R+R=NOW Live is as follows:

  1. Respond (6:01)
  2. Been On My Mind (3:32)
  3. How Much A Dollar Cost (4:08)
  4. Change Of Tone (9:01)
  5. Perspectives/Postpartum (11:25)
  6. Needed You Still featuring Omari Hardwick (12:38)
  7. Resting Warrior (25:21)                                                                                                             from www.bluenote.com


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Jakob Bro, Uma Elmo (ECM): Uma Elmo is the characteristically atmospheric and richly melodic new album by Jakob Bro. Due out February 12, it will mark the Danish guitarist/composer’s fifth album for ECM. It also showcases his new trio with Norwegian trumpeter Arve Henriksen and Spanish drummer Jorge Rossy. Despite their musical synergy, the three musicians performed together for the first time ever for this album’s sessions in Lugano, Switzerland, with ECM founder Manfred Eicher producing.
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