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I Compani

The Dutch jazz outfit I Compani — whose early lineup included bandleader Bo van de Graaf (soprano and tenor saxophone), Frank Nielander (alto sax), Wouter van Bemmel (trumpet, tuba), Jeroen Doomernik (trumpet), Jeroen Goldsteen (piano), Carel van Rijn (bass), and Fred van Duynhoven (drums) — received initial recognition in 1985, …

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Dave Douglas String Group

When Dave Douglas first stepped away along with his own saving and performing projects in the first to mid-’90s, the Brooklyn-based trumpeter/composer/bandleader instantly demonstrated his mastery of Parallel Worlds in music. He created the Balkan-influenced Tiny Bell Trio with drummer Jim Dark and guitarist Brad Shepik (who utilized the surname …

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Swallow

Known because of their volatile personalities, Seattle group Swallow came jointly in 1987. The group contains Fishing rod Moody (aka Fishing rod Ho) on electric guitar and vocals, Andy Scheen (aka Andy Springsheen) on bass, Chris Pugh on electric guitar, and Scott Schickler (aka Electric guitar) on drums. Right from …

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Lee Pui Ming

Toronto-based pianist and contemporary composer Lee Pui Ming continues to be a dynamic participant in UNITED STATES new music because the early ’90s, leading her very own ensemble, composing for film, and collaborating with several well known musicians. Her very own compositions blend contemporary traditional, jazz, traditional Chinese language music, …

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Ingrid Laubrock’s Anti-House

German-born saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock was more developed within the London innovative and avant jazz scene when she relocated to Brooklyn in 2008, but she took a little bit of time before forming Anti-House, her 1st Brooklyn-based group like a leader. After her appearance in the brand new York Town borough, …

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Boston Art Quartet

Like additional risk-taking groups that arrived of Boston’s experimental jazz picture from the 1980s and 1990s, the Boston Artwork Quartet (BAQ) has proved itself to become more comfortable with both outside and inside types of improvisation. The BAQ’s inside/outside music can be even more daring and left-of-center compared to the …

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Bobby King

Not to end up being confused using the past due R&B singer from the same name, Bobby Ruler is a superb, though underexposed, jazz reedman/pianist that has played a number of instruments and may handle outside and inside playing similarly well. The L.A. indigenous moved around a whole lot over …

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Robert “Brother Ah” Northern

A rare jazz France horn participant and soloist, Robert North aka Sibling Ah was among the busiest program musicians from the ’50s and ’60s. He proved helpful and documented with many jazz stars, included in this Donald Byrd, John Coltrane, Gil Evans, Sunlight Ra, Gil Evans, McCoy Tyner, Rahsaan Roland …

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Full Blast

An aggressive, emotive free of charge jazz trio, Whole Blast is another of reedman Peter Brötzmann’s touring and saving configurations and includes the explosive tempo portion of Marino Pliakas about electrical bass and Michael Wertmüller about drums. Wertmüller and Brötzmann toured with one another for years like a duo, and …

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The Thing

Scandinavian band finished ., composed of the three primary music artists Mats Gustafsson (saxophones), Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (dual bass), and Paal Nilssen-Love (drums), shaped in 2000 and performed music inspired by different customs of free of charge jazz produced from Germany, Britain, and America at some displays in Stockholm. The …

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