Ron Miles and Company once again make music ideal for those who savor it with angularity and superb group dynamics.
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Playing in one of this music’s holy places, Branford Marsalis gives himself, utterly, to the moment.
Brian Charette can’t help putting a refreshingly different spin on things with this delightful, covers-heavy organ trio record.
If you like ‘Kind of Blue,’ then you…uhh…will like ‘Blue’.
Marcin Wasilewski Trio’s ‘Spark of Life’ does absolutely nothing to dispel the ECM stereotype. But so what? Other record companies would kill to be stereotyped like that.
As Peter Brotzmann speaks through ‘We Thought We Could Change The World,’ this becomes the rare book that reveals the essence of a man.
Ernie Watts and a band he’s worked with for more than a decade journey through a 24-hour cycle in sound.
This goes much farther out than the celebrated rock music of its time.
‘The Signal’ is bold, personal and completely lucid audio art from Elizabeth Shepherd. It wouldn’t be overstating it at all to assert that this is the most important vocal jazz record of 2014.
Leading by example, Wadada Leo Smith inspired Saft, Morris and Pandi to reach even deeper into themselves as well. Group improv like you’ve never heard it before.