Alex Hutton Trio – Legentis ★★★★

F-IRECD53| Alex Hutton(p),YuriGoloubev (b), Asaf Sirkis (d), Heidi Vogel (v), Jim Rattigan (Fr hn), and Keith Thompson (cor ang). Rec. December 2010

Alongside vocalist Kate Winter, the pianist Alex Hutton has been co-hosting the unpretentious Jazz Show on local p station Hayes FM. Hutton leaves his presenter’s chair to release his third piano trio album Legentis on the F-IRE imprint. Having earned his dues as a straightahead sideman in the 1990s, he released his trio debut Cross That Bridge in 2006 followed two years later by Songs from the Seven Hills, a graceful Jarrett-influenced tone poem to the often overlooked pastoral beauty of the landscape of his native town subtitled The Sheffield Suite. The new release Legentis retains some of the storytelling qualities and episodic variations of its predecessor but it signals a change in direction that engages with more recent trends in piano trio jazz. While Jarrett’s influence still looms large, its latin vamps hint at Avishai Cohen, pounding baroque-influenced themes at Neil Cowley, and a few of its grooves on melodic reveries recall EST.

Hutton writes excellent themes and utilises his guests well, filling out a few tracks with various instrumental colours. Heidi Vogel’s semi-operatic wordless vocal makes ‘JJ’ sound like Ennio Morricone performed by The Bad Plus while ‘Legentis Script’, partly inspired by the arrangements of film composers such as John Williams, has echoes of Flora Purim and early Return to Forever. Enter a French horn and cor anglais on a few tracks to give a folky Canterbury chamber-prog flavour while the closing ‘A Norsk Tale’ is graceful solo piano, inspired by Grieg’s Lyric Pieces. Hutton has assembled a vigorous rhythm section with a big presence featuring Moscow-born classical virtuoso double bassist and Gwilym Simcock sideman Yuri Goloubev and the high-class Israeli drummer Asaf Sirkis. For those into current piano trio jazz trends, this has to be one of the best and most interesting around at the moment.

– Selwyn Harris

Steve Lehman Trio – Dialect Fluorescent ★★★★

P142 Steve Lehman (as), Matt Brewer (b), and Damion Reid (d). Rec. August 2011

The appearance of Lehman’s octet at London’s Vortex club was one of the standout gigs of 2011, and the highlight of the performance was a passage of solo saxophone during which he conspired to turn tone and breath into a multi-part horn section of its own. This stripped down setting reinforces any claim the 34-year-old New Yorker can make to being a noteworthy contemporary exponent of his instrument and brings as much of a focus to Lehman the player and improviser as his last release Travail, Transformation And Flow did to Lehman the composer. Imaginative reprises of hard swinging bop staples such as Coltrane’s ‘Moment’s Notice’ and Duke Pearson’s ‘Jeannine’ confirm his ability to find a new way into a changes-led piece with the absent piano being felt more as liberating force than flaw, while the originals again bring his writing ability to the fore. The highlight is ‘Foster Brothers’, a piece of astoundingly controlled aggression, in which all members of the trio create fluency amid a barrage of carefully planned hesitancy, whereby they frequently dead stop and breathe for nothing more than a half beat, thus evoking in sound a process of communication via rapid fire blinks of the eye.

Damion Reid and Matt Brewer’s punishing, funky syncopations are given extreme staccato roles, and the sense of escalating tension is enhanced in the latter stage of the piece when Lehman creates a markedly nasal, piercing tone to approximate something strangely similar to the high pitched scratch of a needle on a turntable. These moments where the saxophonist and his accompanists conjure the world of mechanised sound and the hardness of programmed beats are integral to Lehman’s aesthetic. He summons up on ‘old’ instruments something of the starkness, the unflinching sequential regularity prevalent in post-hip hop popular music, all the while staying unplugged. The result is acoustic music that feels electric, or a sense of electricity snaking through an acoustic sound environment. Lehman’s straddling of these planes is done while acknowledging the ongoing relevance of swing, so that traditions are being extended and enriched rather than dispensed with. Deeply rooted in the past, this is nonetheless modernism with an all-seeing eye on the future.

– Kevin Le Gendre

Dr John – Locked Down ★★★

Nonesuch 530395-2

Dr John aka ‘Mac’ Rebennack (v, kys), Dan Auerbach (g, v, perc), Leon Michels (kys, perc, s, v), Brian Olive (g, perc, v, s), Nick Movshon (b, perc, v), Max Weissenfeldt (d, perc, v), and The McCrary Sisters (v). Rec. September to November 2011

Every generation since the 1960s has discovered Dr John and taken him to their heart. It’s led to some wacky collaborations, not least Anutha Zone with a host of Brit-poppers (ah, where now Supergrass?) while everyone from Hugh Laurie to Spiritualised have lapped up his New Orleans piano grooves. This project with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys has more going for it in that Auerbach is a long time lover of the blues. The resulting Locked Down features Rebennack heavily on vocals and organ, but less on piano or composition credit. Not surprisingly Auerbach tugs Rebbenack down a rock-blues path, recalling his Night Tripper, Gris Gris period.

The results are some suitably scuzzy sounding funk blues, from the honking saxes of ‘Revolution’, replete with a raw political edge, to the zombie swamp thang that is ‘Eleggua’. The good time rolling, mardi gras celebrating Rebennack isn’t that evident; instead Auerbach keeps the contemporary angst boiling on the voodoo groove of ‘Ice Age’ which rails against our soul-less times. Yet the 72-year-old Rebennack revels in it with a growling, apocalyptic vocals worthy of Captain Beefheart or James ‘Blood’ Ulmer. If you prefer your Dr John jazzier, with his piano to the fore, check out Duke Elegant. But if you want The Night Tripper re-invented as the voice of soulful vengeance and righteous anger for our crazed times, then Auerbach deserves much credit for this extraordinary, roaring testament.

– Andy Robson

Yazz Ahmed – Finding My Way Home ★★★★

Suntara Records SUN7422001

Yazz Ahmed (t, flhn), Janek Gwizdala (b), Shabaka Hutchings (bcl, clt), Alam Nathoo (ts), Chris Fish (clo), John Bailey (p), Simon Hale (Rhodes), Jay Darwish (b), Laurence Cottle (el b), George Hart (d), and Corrina Silvester (d, darbuka, rig and sagat). Rec. 2008 and 2009


Now in her latetwenties, Yazz Ahmed only started playing jazz on the trumpet in her late teens. You aren’t made aware of this though when you listen to this very assured, sensuously lyrical debut that draws from a rich musical inheritance. The album’s centrepiece is the four improv duos with New York-based virtuoso bassist Janek Gwidala that are based on Arabic modes she heard as a little kid in Bahrain but has only fairly recently rediscovered. The other half of the recording resonates with the music gleaned from her inspiring grandfather the trumpeter Terry Brown, a member of the original Dankworth 7, and a Ronnie Scott and Tubby Hayes group sideman.

The 1950s modal era is a particular focus but the sparse duo version of Miles’ ‘So What’ and the classic Blue Note Joe Henderson theme for ‘Flip Flop’ don’t sound so retro and there are affinities with Miles Davis’ influence from Andalucia on Sketches of Spain on occasion as well as the sonic impressionism of something like In a Silent Way. Meanwhile the touching Kenny Wheeler-like melancholy of the original ballad, ‘Conciliation’ and a cover of Stan Sulzmann’s ‘Birthdays Birthdays’ do more than hint at allegiances to post-1960s British jazz.

‘Wah Wah Sowawah’, (featuring a whirling guest spot from clarinettist Shabaka Hutchings, a peer from her time at the Guildhall) is also reminiscent of the Swedish trumpeter Goran Kajfes. The Jaco-influenced Gwizdala has a key role orchestrating and layering his bass via a loop station so it can sound guitar-like while any urge he might had had to overindulge in fleetfingered fusion virtuosity is quietened by the tender, spatial qualities in Ahmed’s music. It all adds up to a very pleasurable listening experience.

– Selwyn Harris

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New Releases

Artist            Album                      Label

Alan Barnes        The Art Trip/ The Music Of Art Pepper    Woodville

Rez Abbasi’s Invocation Suno Suno                Enja        

Yazz Ahmed        Finding My Way Home        Suntara Records
Roy Assaf        Respect Vol 1              Jazz Legacy Productions  
                  
Fini Bearman        Step Up                Feenz Beenz Records

Beats & Pieces     Big Band     Big Ideas    Ef pi                  

Bilbao Syndrome     I-VI                        Babel

Blink            Twice                        Babel

Yolanda Brown    April Showers, May Flowers        Blackgrape Records

Adam Cruz        Milestone                    Sunnyside

Carsten Dahl         Metamorphosis                Storyville Experience

Earth    Angles Of Darkness,                Southern Lord Demons Of Light II               

Roberto Fonseca    Yo                        Jazz Village

Dr John    Locked Down                    None such

Gannets    Transmissions of Not            Babel

Sunna Gunnlaugs    Long Pair Bond            Sunny Sky Records

Joel Harrison 7    Search                        Sunnyside

Garry Husband    Dirty & Beautiful Volume 2            Abstract Logix

JBBG- Jazz Big Graz    Urban Folktales                ACT

Bireli Lagrebe and     Best Moments                Dreyfus          Sylvain Luc

The Michael Landau Group                  Organic Instrumentals            Provogue  
     
Andrew Linham    Abandoned Silence                       www.andrewlinham.co.uk Quartet

Mike Longo Trio+2     To My Surprise            Consolidated Artists

Marcus Miller    Renaissance                Three Deuces

Phil Miller        Mind Over Matter            Crescent Discs           In Cahoots

Livio Minafra 4tet      Surprise!!!                Enja

Hedvig Mollestad    Shoot!                    Rune Grammofon Trio        

Jim Mullen Reunion    String Theory                Diving Duck Recordings Quartet                       
Orla Murphy        Wonderous Visions            Golden Records

Linda Oh        Initial Here                Greenleaf Music

Oltremare Quartet        Uncommon Nonsense        Babel

Dafnis Prieto    Si O Si Quartet Live at         Dafnison Music              Jazz Standard NYC       

Tom Rainey Trio    Camino Cielo Echo            Intakt

Hank Roberts    Everything Is Alive            Winter and Winter

Alfredo Rodriguez     Sounds Of Space            Mack Avenue Records

Claire Martin    Too Much in Love to Care        Linn

Esmond Selwyn     The Middle Half            Slam

Emma Smith    The Huntress                Frantic Jazz

Nick Sorensen and    The Journey Home            Improvising School     John Law

Martin Speake/    Two Not One                Pumpkin Records                  Colin Oxley

David Stapleton    Flight                    Edition Records

Ignasi Terraza Trio    Live at the Listening Room,        SWIT                        Bangkok.

Trio M            The Guest House            Yellowbird

Various Artists    The Jubilee Years:            ACT                        20 Magic Years

Caetano Veloso and     Live at Carnegie Hall            None such                               David Byrne

Krystle Warren &    Love Songs: A Time You May    Parlour Door Music       the Faculty        Embrace

Charlie Wood        Lush Life                Archer Records

New Releases Short Cuts

Artist            Album                      Label

Dimitry Baevsky    The Composers                Sharp Nine

Batist             Traumstoff                    Bauer Studios

Chloe Brisson        Blame It On My Youth            chloebrisson.com

Toufic Farroukh    Cinema Beyrouth                Enja

Friends & Neighbours         No Beat Policy                Ora Fonogram    

Richard Galliano    Piazzola Forever 20th Anniversary        Dreyfus   

Alex Goodman              Bridges                       Connection Point Records Quintet   

Martin Kershaw    The Howness                    EFJ Records

Guy Klucevsek    The Multiple Personality            Innova             Reunion Tour       

Led    The Ocean                    Kopasetic

Bill Mobley     Live at Smoke                Space Time Records

Sandra Nkake    Nothing For Granted                Jazz Village

John Raymond    Strength & Song                Strength & Song

James Ross    Chasing The Sun                Trinkie Records

Marc Rossi Group    Mantra Revealed                Nova

Jerome Sabbagh    Plugged In                    Bee Jazz  

Karolina Strassmayer    Joining Forces                Lilypad             /Drori Mondlak’s                                                        Klaro!
Aki Takase         New Blues                    Enja

The Michael Treni Big Band     Boy’s Night Out                            The Bell Production Company

Trondheim Jazz       Orchestra and Oyvind Braeke         Migrations        MNJ                                                           
Steve Tyrell        I’ll Take Romance                Concord

Randi Tytingvag    Let Go                        Ozella         Ensemble

Tytingvag Ensemble        Let Go Instrumentals         Ozella

Ullmann Dahlgren Thomas    Transatlantic Bassx3            Leo

Teemu Viinikainen Trio    NYT                Prophone Finnish Jazz

Dan Wilensky            Back In The Mix            Speechless
   
Reissues New

Artist            Album                      Label


Gary Burton        New Vibe Man in Town/Jazz Winds from a New Direction        American Jazz Classics                                   
John Coltrane        “Live” At The Village Vanguard    Essential Jazz Classics

Miles Davis        Someday My Prince Will Come    Essential Jazz Classics

Miles Davis        At Carnegie Hall    Essential Jazz Classics

Eric Dolphy/Booker Little Quintet     At The Five Spot    Essential Jazz Classics                                                 
Eric Dolphy Quartet    In Europe    Essential Jazz Classics

Duke Ellington    Such Sweet Thunder    Poll Winners

Duke Ellington    Black, Brown & Beige        Poll Winners

Bill Evans Trio    Explorations                Essential Jazz Classics

Bill Evans Trio    Sunday At The Village Vanguard    Essential Jazz Classics

Bill Evans Trio    Waltz For Debby            Essential Jazz Classics

Gil Evans        Out Of The Cool            Poll Winners

Herb Geller and     Halle Opera House 2002        Hep                  Charlie Mariano

Jimmy Giuffre        Dragonfly/ Quasar / Liquid /  Black Saint and Dancers / Conversations with a Goose Soul Work                                
Coleman Hawkins    The Hawk Relaxes            Essential Jazz Classics

Headhunters        Survival Of The Fittest/From The Gate        RC2CD019    Straight
 
Ernie Henry        The Last Sessions            Fresh Sound

Ernie Henry         Presenting Ernie Henry with    Fresh Sound                 Kenny Dorham

Bille Holiday         Songs For Distingue Lovers/Body and Soul    Essential Jazz Classics       

Milt Jackson/Wes Montgomery     Bags Meets Wes!            Essential Jazz Classics

Ramsey Lewis     Funky Serenity/ Salongo        R2CD019

Abbey Lincoln    Straightahead                American Jazz Classics

Carmen McRae    Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man And Other Holiday Classics        Essential Jazz Classics

Wynton Marsalis     The Music Of America        Sony Masterworks Jazz

Charles Mingus    Jazzical Moods            Poll Winners

Modern Jazz  Quartet       Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival         Pablo Live                       

Mark Murphy        Rah/Hip Parade            American Jazz Classics

Oliver Nelson        Blues And The Abstract Truth    American Jazz Classics

Mike Osborne Trio    The Birmingham Jazz Concert    Cadillac   

Oscar Peteson Trio    Very Tall    American Jazz Classics With Milt Jackson

Don Pullen         Capricorn Rising/ Healing Force    / Warriors/ Milano Strut/ The Magic Triangle/ Evidence Of Things Unseen/ The Sixth Sense  CAM BXS 1017   

Juma Sultan’s Aboriginal Music Society         Father Of Origin             Eremite                                                        
Cecil Taylor        The Complete Nat Hentoff        Solar                   

Cecil Taylor        The World of Cecil Taylor        American Jazz Classics

World Saxophone    Quartet     The Complete Remastered Recordings in Black Saint/Soul Note        BXS 1016   

Short Cuts Reissues

Artist            Album                      Label


Louis Armstrong/     The Great Summit            Essential Jazz Classics Duke Ellington

Count Basie        One O’Clock Jump            Fresh Sound

Count Basie        April In Paris                Phoenix

Merrit Brunies    Complete Recordings 1924-6    Jazz Oracle

Cliff Edwards        The Charm Of Cliff “Ukulele Ike”    Upbeat

Duke Ellington    Piano In The Foreground        Essential Jazz Classics

Red Garland/Ray Bryant         Alone / Blues and Ballads        Fresh Sound                   

Sir Roland Hanna    Solo Piano                Storyville

Etta James         Time After Time/ Mystery Lady    Retroworld

Etta James         Love’s Been Rough On Me/Life Love and the Blues        Retroworld                           

Stan Kenton With Kenton      Back To Balboa/ Rendezvous     Solar                           

Jeanne Lee/Ran Blake        The Newest Sound Around        Solar                        

Jelly Roll Morton     Rarities                Jazz Oracle

Kid Ory        Song of the Wanderer/        Upbeat     Dance With Ory

Kid Ory        Live at the Club Hangover        Acrobat   

Tony Perkins        Tony Perkins/ On A Rainy        Jackpot        Afternoon   

Oscar Peterson    The Sound Of The Trio        Essential Jazz Classics

Oscar Peterson    Put On A Happy Face/Something Warm        Essential Jazz Classics       

Gene Quill        The Tiger: Portrait of a Great Alto Player    Fresh Sound                   

Al Smith/ Mildred     Hear My Blues/ Person to Person    Fresh Sound          Anderson with Eddie                                          Lockjaw Davis

Sister Rosetta     The One The Only Queen Of Hot Gospel    Upbeat                 Tharpe                   

Various Artists        History of New Orleans Rhythm and Blues: Jazz & Blues Creole    Rhythm and Blues               
   
           

       

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