Michael Sarin

Buzz
Ben Allison

Bassist Ben Allison arrived on the New York jazz scene in the early '90s when it was rigidly controlled by a small coterie of neo-conservative "young lions." Like a number of his contemporaries, Allison chose to work under the radar rather than go along with the trend, organizing the Jazz Composers Collective. Allison's sextet, Medicine Wheel, is an outgrowth of the JCC.

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Palmetto
€15.90

The Crab
Joe Fiedler Trio

You might be surprised to learn of the link between Wynton Marsalis and Anthony Braxton. It, or more accurately “he,” is trombonist Joe Fiedler, a leading practitioner of the multiphonic techniques pioneered by Albert Mangelsdorff and Paul Rutherford. Fiedler has played with Marsalis and Braxton, spokesmen for the radical extremes of an ongoing debate about the course of jazz.

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Clean Feed
€6.50

Mythos
Mario Pavone

Master bassist, Mario Pavone, augments his "Nu Trio" with tenorman Tony Malaby and trumpeter Steven Bernstein. This inventive "trio" / "quintet" with fill any jazz lovers ears with a multitude of suprises.

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Playscape
€15.90

Udentity
Denman Maroney

“Udentity” by the Denman Maroney Quintet has the “hyperpiano” as main focus. The title is a word coined by Harry Partch meaning undertone identity. In the tradition of Henry Cowell, John Cage and George Crumb, Maroney offers here a new and very convincing opus of his always imaginative attempts, in a jazz context, to extend the possibilities of the instrument invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori.

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Clean Feed
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The Crab
Joe Fiedler

You might be surprised to learn of the link between Wynton Marsalis and Anthony Braxton. It, or more accurately “he,” is trombonist Joe Fiedler, a leading practitioner of the multiphonic techniques pioneered by Albert Mangelsdorff and Paul Rutherford. Fiedler has played with Marsalis and Braxton, spokesmen for the radical extremes of an ongoing debate about the course of jazz.

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Clean Feed
€6.50

Apparitions (out of stock)
Tony Malaby

Some say John Coltrane was mad with divine love. And they're right. The voice of the spirit flowed through everything he did, more and more so toward the end. He was indeed doomed to a life of eternal love.

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Songlines
€16.90

Frog Leg Logic
Marty Ehrlich's Rites Quartet

Julius Hemphill really has a noble heir in Marty Ehrlich, and the fact that this multi-reed player includes a cellist in his quartet makes us remember Hemphill’s association with the great Abdul Wadud.

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€13.90

Nourishments
Mark Dresser

A singularly accomplished bass innovator in the fields of jazz, free improvisation and new music, Mark Dresser has devoted himself in recent years to pushing the capacities of solo bass performance even further.

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€13.90
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