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Azimuth

A trio that comprises British vocalist Norma Winstone, her hubby, pianist John Taylor, and trumpeter Kenny Wheeler. Winstone produced this trio in the past due ’70s after playing at Ronnie Scott’s membership in Britain with Taylor. She actually is among England’s most revered performers, and a genuine vocal improviser. Penning …

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The Lounge Lizards

Initially conceived simply because entertainment to get a downtown NY art community (which, at that time, was knee-deep in simply no wave), the Lounge Lizards spent greater than a decade with various lineups playing so-called fake jazz with pop and avant-garde rock tendencies. The band’s preliminary incarnation was led by …

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Franz Koglmann

A lot of the recordings of award-winning contemporary composer, trumpeter, and flügelhorn participant Franz Koglmann (and of his functions) are available around the Head wear labels (Head wear Artwork, Head wear Hut, etc.), although this might switch since Koglmann founded his personal label, Between your Lines, in 1999. Given birth …

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Susie Ibarra

By the finish from the 1990s, Susie Ibarra had emerged among the leading current free jazz drummers, impressing jazz and songs audiences as well while performing in a variety of lineups that included the David S. Ware Quartet, the Matthew Shipp Trio, along with a duo with saxophonist Assif Tsahar. …

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Andy Laster

Alto/baritone saxophonist and composer Andy Laster was created in 1961, was raised on Long Isle, and studied jazz in Seattle’s Cornish Institute before moving to NEW YORK in 1985. His initial documenting, Hippo Stomp, made an appearance over the Sound Aspects label in 1989. This record was accompanied by two …

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Steve Lacy

Among the great soprano saxophonists ever (rank up there with Sidney Bechet and John Coltrane), Steve Lacy’s profession was fascinating to view develop. He originally doubled on clarinet and soprano (falling the former with the middle-’50s), motivated by Bechet, and performed Dixieland in NY with Rex Stewart, Cecil Scott, Crimson …

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Andrew Cyrille

Andrew Cyrille could very well be the preeminent free-jazz percussionist from the 1980s and ’90s. Few free-jazz drummers play with a tenth of Cyrille’s elegance and specialist. His energy can be unflagging, his power total, tempered just by an ever-present feeling of propriety. Cyrille reaches his best within an absolutely …

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Steve Cohn

Piano, composer, percussion. Pianist whose function has moved even more to the exterior through the ’80s, also blended African, contemporary traditional components into his function.

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Sexmob

Sex Mob began merely being a environment to feature the slip trumpet of innovator Steven Bernstein, but is continuing to grow into a music group with a much bigger mission: to place the fun back jazz music. After assembling the music group (Bernstein, slip trumpet; Briggan Krauss, alto sax; Tony …

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Stefano Bollani

Jazz pianist Stefano Bollani was created in Milan, Italy, on Dec 5, 1972. He started playing piano as a kid to be able to accompany his performing, but soon focused solely over the instrument, searching for a conservatory in Florence when he was 11. There, he examined both jazz and …

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