Tag Archives: fusion

CHRIS HASKETT – Insufficient Necessities

December 6, 2019

Den City 2019 Stepping out of Rollins and Bowie shadows, globe-trotting guitarist forgets about his worries and his strife. Not a household name, Chris Haskett has long been kept in high esteem by his peers and heroes yet, even quarter-century … Continue reading

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VOLKER KRIEGEL – Two Concerts: Lagos 79 & Bochum 90

November 10, 2019

Moosicus 2019 Decades apart, acclaimed German guitarist locates jazz delights in the heart of Africa and on his home turf. An artist of international renown – as a solo performer, a leader of his own MILD MANIAC ORCHESTRA and a … Continue reading

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FRÉDÉRIC L’ÉPÉE – The Empty Room

September 3, 2019

Yang Music 2019 Inhabiting space with memories, French composer exorcises sadness from his six strings. “They reach into your room, just feel their gentle touch: when all hope is gone, sad songs say so much”: these classic lyrics must mean … Continue reading

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SCOTT HENDERSON – People Mover

August 30, 2019

Scott Henderson 2019 Exploring emotions through tune and tone, venerable six-stringer taps into timelessness. “Will you still need me when I’m 64?”: this album doesn’t leave space for such a question, as Scott Henderson, a quarter of a century into … Continue reading

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ROLAND BÜHLMANN – Crucial

August 28, 2019

Roland Bühlmann 2019 Swiss visualist serves up an impressive set of many-colored vignettes – occasionally abstract but given a sense of utmost significance. Roland Bühlmann used to see the world through the absent lens of camera obscura, yet that doesn’t … Continue reading

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