Jazzwise August 2012 Issue CD Reviews List

August CD Reviews

All these albums are reviewed in the August 2012 issue of Jazzwise - to read them all click here to subscribe here and get a FREE CD.

New Releases

Adam Baldych And The Baltic Gang – Imaginary Room –            ACT           

Gavin Barras Quintet  – Day Of Reckoning  – ASC

Jonathan Blake – The Eleventh Hour - Sunnyside

Gábor Bolla  – Find Your Way – ACT

John Butcher/Mark Sanders –­ Daylight – Emanem

Cabal Trio  – Cabal – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Neneh Cherry/The Thing – The Cherry Thing – Smalltown Supersound

Michael Garrick’s Lyric Ensemble – Home Thoughts – Jazz Academy

Golovnev Quartet – What Matters – Tippin Records

Tom Harrell – Number Five – High Note

Peter Herbert – Joni – Col Lengo

Iskra – Liberté Egalité Humanité ­– Country & Eastern

Joe Jackson – The Duke – EarMusic           

Dave Jones Quartet ­– Resonance – www.davejonesjazz.com

Frederik Kronkvist – New York Elements – Connective

Kwartet – Seventh Daze – Marquetry Records

David Linx/Maria Joao – A Different Porgy & Another Bess – Naïve

James Morrison – Snappy Too – Morrison Records

Hans Ludemann – Die Kunst Des Trios 1-5 – BMC

Branford Marsallis Quartet – Four MFs Playin’ Tunes – Marsallis Music

Per-Oscar Nilsson Group ­– Now! – Connective

Aruan Ortiz Quartet – Orbiting ­­– Fresh Sound New Talent

John Pizzarelli – Double Exposure – Telarc

Steve Plews Trio – Secret Spaces Volume Two – ASC

Ben Powell – New Street – Ben Powell Music

Evan Parker/John Edwards/Eddie Prévost – Meetings With Remarkable Saxophonists - Volume 1 – Matchless Recordings

Mike Reed’s People, Places & Things  – Clean On The Corner – 482 Music

Hannes Riepler – The Brave – Jellymould

Roller Trio – Roller Trio – F-IRE Records

Matthias Schrief – Six, Alps & Jazz – AC

Louis Scalvis Atlas Trio – Sources – ECM

Daryl Sherman – Mississippi Belle: Cole Porter in the Quarter – Audiophile

Wadada Leo Smith – Ten Freedom Summers – Cuneiform

Alister Spence/Raymond MacDonald – Stepping Between The Shadows – Rufus

Mike Stern – All Over The Place – Heads Up

Tingvall Trio –­ Vägen – Skip

Tony-Joe Bucklash – Bucklash ­– Foghorn Records

Chad Wackerman – Dreams, Nightmares and Improvisations – AbstractLogix

Veryan Weston/Ingrid Laubrock/Hannah Marshall – Haste – Emanem

Wild Card – Everything Changes – Top End Records

Cassandra Wilson – Another Country – eOne

WorldService Project  – Live from London / Alfie Ryner – Match&Fuse

 

New Releases Short Cuts

Boi Akih – Circles in Square Society – Bromo

Dead Belgian – Love & Death: the songs of Jaques Belle – Limefield

Gabrielle Ducomble – J’ai Deux Amours – MGP Records

Leo Gandelman  – Vip Vop – Far Out Recordings

Garzone/Tiberi – Audacity – Sundance Records

Jerry Granelli Trio – Let Plunge Records

Anne Mette Iversen – Poetry Of Earth – BJU Records

Jazz Soul Seven – Impressions of Curtis Mayfield – BFM Records

Zlatko Kauicic Kombo / Orkester – Rara ose Sound Firlds for T.S – RTV

Paul Van Kemenade – Kaisei Nari ­–            (no label)

Taeko Kunishima – Late  – 33Records

Andrea Marcelli Trio – Sundance  – Storyville

Szilárd Mezei Septet – 100 tü hossza – SLAM

Ondatrópica – Ondatrópica – Sound Way

Alan Pasqua Twin Ball – Two Piano Music of Bill Evans – BFM

Nicky Schrire  – Freedom Flight – Circavision

Jacques Schwarz-Bart Quartet – The Art Of Dreaming – Aztec

The Skatalites – Walk With Me – Wrasse

Studio Tan – Studio Tan – Prophone

Tony Tixier – Dream Persuit – Space Time

Randi Tytingvag  – Grounding – Ozella Music

 



 

Reissues

 

Bill Evans – The Way To Play – Proper Box

Bill Evans – Live At Art D’Lugoff’s Top Of The Gate – Resonance

The Chris Anderson – Inverted Image/My Romance – Fresh Sound

Walter Benson Quintet  – Out of  This World – Fresh Sounds

Eddie Lockjaw Davis/Johnny Griffin Quintet – Tough Tenors – Promising Music

Miles Davis Quintet – With John Coltrane In Copenhagen 1960 – In Crowd

Michael Garrick – Bovington Poppies – Garrick Archive

Stan Getz – Four Classic Albums – Avid Jazz

Andy Jaffe – Manhattan Projections – Big Round

Keith Jarrett – Sleeper – Tokyo April 16,1979 – ECM

Barney Kessel – To Swing Or Not To Swing – Poll Winners

Roland Kirk – Spirits Up Above: The Atlantic Years 1965 – 76 – Rhino

Frank Lowe ­­– The Loweski –ESP-Disk

Herbie Mann – Four Classic Albums – Avid Jazz

Geoffrey Oryema – Exile – Real World

Art Pepper – The Quintessence – Fremeaux & Associes

Bobby Scott Trio – Early Sessions – Fresh Sound

Cecil Taylor – Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! Fly! – MPS

Mel Tormé – Swings Shubert Alley/Back In Town – Phoenix

Various Artists – British Traditional Jazz – Lake

Marzette Watts – Marzette & Company – ESP-Disk.

Bobby Wellins Quartet – Birds Of Brazil – Hep Jazz

Frank Wright             – Blues For Albert Ayler  – ESP-Disk

Robert Wyatt – The End Of an Ear – Esoteric

 

Re-issue short cuts

Hoagy Carmichael – Sings – Phoenix

Rosemary Clooney – Swing Around Rosie/Rosie Solves The Swinging Riddle! - Phoenix

Bing Crosby – The Jazz Sides – Phoenix

Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong – Ella & Louis – Poll Winners

The Slide Hampton Octet – Somethin’ Sanctified/Sister Salvation/Live At Birdland – Fresh Sound

Milt Jackson – Plenty, Plenty, Soul – Poll Winners

Quincy Jones and Orchestra – Around The World/I Dig Dancers            – Fresh Sound

Jimmie’s Joys – Joy: The Complete Golden and Okeh Recordings (1923 – 25) – Jazz Oracle

Fapy Lafertin & LeJazz – 94-96 the recordings – lejazzetal

Peggy Lee w Orchestra/Quincy Jones  – Blues Cross Country/If You Go - Fresh Sound           

Joe Newman – The Complete Swingville Sessions             – Fresh Sound

Red Nichols – The Complete Brunswick Recordings – Jazz Oracle

Anita O’Day – Trav’lin’ Light/All The Sad Young Men – Fresh Sound

Astor Piazzolla – Manos Hadjidakis            – Warner Jazz

Jimmy Rushing – Four Classic Albums – Avid Jazz

Pee Wee Russell – Four Classic Albums Plus – AVID Jazz

Triton            – Wilderness Of Glass­ – JAZZCDS

Various – US Jazzmen in Europe 1926-1929 – Challenge Records

Various – Ska - 40 Jamaican Rude Boy Classics – Treasureable

Monica Zetterlund – Don’t Dream of Anyone But Me – El Records

 







 

Adam Bałdych and the Baltic Gang – Imaginary Room ★★★★

ACT 9532-2 | Adam Baldych (vln), Verneri Pohjola (t), Marius Neset (ts), Jacob Karlzon (p), Lars Danielsson (b, clo) and Morten Lund (d). Rec. 11-13 March 2012, Hansa Studio, Berlin

It says a lot for the development of European jazz that a genuine ‘all-star’ band can be assembled from the Baltic States to feature the playing of the young Polish violin virtuoso Adam Bałdych. With a superb rhythm section comprising Jacob Karlzon and Lars Danielsson from Sweden and Morten Lund from Denmark, plus the young Finnish trumpet star Verneri Pohjola and the fast rising tenor sax star Marius Neset from Norway, Bałdych is in fast company and responds with playing that speaks less of virtuosity, more a desire to get to the heart of each compositions meaning, but nevertheless on a piece like ‘Village Underground’ he leaves you in no doubt he is a player the jazz world should watch. Well arranged, conceived an executed, every player respects the mood and integrity of Bałdych’s compositions, and from the subtle, undulating tom-tom pulse of ‘The Imaginary Room’ to ‘Million Miles Away’ with its gentle, yet compelling duet between Neset and Pohjola, this is an album to savour.

– Stuart Nicholson

Neneh Cherry/The Thing – The Cherry Thing ★★★★

Smalltown Supersound STS229CD | Neneh Cherry (v), Mats Gustafsson (s), Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (b, el b) and Paal Nilssen-Love (d). Rec. date not given

To those who know her only from 1988’s ‘Buffalo Stance’ or 1994’s ‘7 Seconds’, her duet with Senegal’s Youssou N’Dour, the decision of Scandinavian skronk trio The Thing to team up with Neneh Cherry might seem odd. It begins to look inspired, however, when you remember her role in post-punk groups like The Slits and Rip, Rig + Panic, and the fact that her stepfather was Don Cherry… after whose 1966 track Gustafsson and co take their name. Together, the four-piece tackle a predictably unpredictable songbook, from the rapper MF Doom to The Stooges via Ornette Coleman. Punk in spirit but less macho than The Thing, it sounds like nothing so much as Art Ensemble Of Chicago’s ‘Theme De Yoyo’ – if it featured a rap about getting ‘more cheese than Doritos’. Some have already put Cherry Thing forward as an album of the year contender. No quibbles here.

– Marcus O’Dair

Avishai Cohen – Duende ★★★★

Blue Note | Avishai Cohen (b) and Nitai Hershkovits (p). Rec. not stated

The charismatic double bassist Avishai Cohen has proved one of the biggest contemporary draws on the jazz club and international festival circuit over the last decade. Having previously concentrated on piano trio albums for his label Razdaz, over the past few years Cohen has released two albums on Blue Note, in which his sensuous signature blend of folk, classical and jazz turned from sounding very much like ‘song’ to actually being ‘song’. But on his third for the label Duende Cohen recovers his instrumental jazz and improvising instincts in the intimate, naked setting of a duo. His partner for the recording is the young just-out-of-teens pianist Nitai Hershkovits who Cohen discovered in a random visit to a café in downtown Tel Aviv (where he has fairly recently relocated after over 15 years in New York) in which he was playing solo on a cheap keyboard. The biggest surprise for Cohen fans will be the presence of a few jazz standards among the originals.

It wouldn’t be the first time that Monk’s ‘Criss Cross’, Cole Porter’s ‘All of You’ and possibly Coltrane’s ‘Central Park West’ have been recorded for the legendary label but it’s a rare occasion for Cohen to feature jazz’s golden oldies at all. This isn’t however a sign that Cohen has gone all traditional on us. Hershkovits, who plays with an attractive tone and elegant poise, is very much on the same wavelength with regard to Cohen’s folky Mediterranean and classical roots, and the way he tackles something like ‘All of You’ is how you imagine a contemporary pianist such as Brad Mehldau might do it. Although Cohen’s bass has its usual striking percussive presence, the tone of the recording is understated with Hershkovits, a less demonstrative pianist than Cohen’s previous young sidemen Sam Barsh and Shai Maestro, possessing an irresistible calm. It’s up there with Cohen’s very best.

– Selwyn Harris

Jazzwise July 2012 Issue CD Reviews List

All these albums are reviewed in the July 2012 issue of Jazzwise - to read them all click here to subscribe here and get a FREE CD.

New Releases July 2012 Issue

Mina Agossi – Red Eyes – Naïve

The Nicki Allan Sextet – You’re Gonna Hear From Me – 33 Records

Lynne Arriale – Solo – In+Out

Atomic – Here Comes Everybody – Jazzland

Omer Avital – Suite of the East – Anzic Records

Ballrogg – Cabin Music – Hubro

Ran Blake/Christine Correa – Down Here Below – RPR

Flavio Boltro 5tet – Boltro – Bonsai

Breach – On the Walk – Breachtrio.com

Igor Butman Orchestra – Scheherazade’s Tales – Butman Music

Bill Carrothers – Family Life – Pirouet

Ravi Coltrane – Spirit Fiction – Blue Note

Cindy Douglas – My New Jive – cindydouglas.co.uk

Espen Eriksen Trio – What Took You So Long – Rune Grammofon

David Fiuczynski – Planet Microjam – Rare Noise

Foxes Fox – Live at the Vortex – Psi

Daniel Freedman – Bamako By Bus – Anzic

Hal Galper Trio – Trip The Light Fantastic – Origin

Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra (with Lol Coxhill and Evan Parker) – Improcherto (for HB) – Iorram

IPA – It’s A Delicate Thing – Bolage

Wayne Krantz – Howie 61 – Abstract Logix

Kruglov/Lapin/Yudanov – Impulse – Leo

Steve Kuhn Trio – Wisteria – ECM

Andrew Lamb – Rhapsody In Black – NoBusiness

David Liebman – Ellery Eskelin – Non-Sequiturs – HatOLOGY

Marbin – Breaking the Cycle – MoonJune Records

Myra Melford’s Be Bread – The Whole Tree Gone – Firehouse

Miklin-Känzig-Hart – Cymbal Symbols – TCB

Mole – What Is The Meaning? – RareNoise Records

John Moulder Quintet – The Eleventh Hour – Origin

Aldo Romano – Inner Smile – Dreyfus Jazz

Santana – Shape Shifter – Starfaith Records/Sony Music

Zoë Schwarz Blue Commotion – Good Times – 33 Records

Louis Sclavis Atlas Trio – Sources – ECM

Spectrum Road – Spectrum Road – Palmetto

Andrew Swift – Swift Kick – D Clef Records

Rajeev Taranath –Swar-Kalyan – Navras

Yosvany Terry – Today’s Opinion – Criss Cross Jazz

Threads Orchestra – Threads – threadsorchestra.com

Christine Tobin – Sailing to Byzantium – Trail Belle Records

Simon Toldam Trio – Sunshine Sunshine or Green as Grass – Ilk

Elio Villafranca and Arturo Stable – Dos Y Mas – Motéma

Pat Metheny – Unity Band Unity Band – Nonesuch

Ernie Watts Quartet – Oasis – Flying Dolphin Records

Katharina Weber, Barry Guy, Balts Nill – Games and Improvisations Hommage à György Kurtág – Intakt

Young/Powell/Vespestad – Interstatic – Rare Noice Records

Ben Zabo – Ben Zabo – Glitterhouse Records

 

Short Cuts: New Releases

David Boswell – Windows – My Quiet Moon

Cafecito – El Gato – Practical Music

The Clarinet Trio – 4 – Leo

Dagda Quartet – Dagda – Lyte Records

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band – What’s Going On – Floating World

Bob Downes – You’re Funkin’ Good – Openian BDOM

The Duncan Fraser Big Band – Dealing in Wheeler – Esteem

Frank Gambale (featuring Boca) – Soulmine – Wombat Records

Lisa Hilton – American Impressions – Ruby Slippers Productions

Brian Ho – Organic – B2B Music

Jazz Punks – Smashups – Foam @ the Mouth

Paul Jordanous Ensemble – And Now I Know – pauljordanous.co.uk

Andrei Kondakov and Brazil All Stars – Songs for my Father – Butman Music

Jan Lundgren – Together Again… at the Jazz Bakery – Fresh Sound

Machine Mass Trio – As Real as Thinking – Moonjune

Livio Minafra – Surprise!!! – Enja

MMM Quartet – Live at the Metz Arsenal – Leo

Ben Powell – New Street – Ben Powell Music

Daniel Ori – Emuna – Blujazz/Skycap Records

Nate Radley – The Big Eyes – Fresh Sound New Talent

Sha’s Feckel – Greatest Hits – Ronin Rhythm Records

Third World – Love Songs and Portraits – Anzic Records

Matt Ulery – By a Little Light – Greenleaf Music

Gabriel Vicens – Point in Time – www.gabrielvicens.com

 

Reissues Archive

Bob Brookmeyer – Four Classic Albums: Leader & Co-Leader Recorded Fall 1961/Brookmeyer/Tonite’s Music Today/The Blues Hot & Cold – Avid

Igor Butman – Blues for 4 – Butman Music

Tony Crombie – Whole Lotta Tony – Fantastic Voyage

Don Ellis – New Ideas – Poll Winners

Allan Holdsworth – Hard Hat Area – Moonjune

Illinois Jacquet – Five Classic Albums: The Kid and The Brute/Swing’s The Thing/Illinois Flies Again/Illinois Jacquet Collates/Groovin’ With Jacquet – Avid

Jazz at the Philharmonic – Complete Live in Stockholm – November 21, 1960 –Solar

Steve Lacy – Evidence – Poll Winners Records

Jimmy Lyons and Sunny Murray Trio – Jump Up – HatOLOGY

Jackie McLean – Four Classic Albums – Avid Jazz

Herbie Mann – Afro Jazz Sextet – African Suite/ Herbie Mann Nonet Flute, Brass, Vibes & Percussion – FreshSounds

Matching Mole – Matching Mole / Little Red Record – Esoteric

Wes Montgomery – So Much Guitar! / Montgomery Brothers in Canada – Essential Jazz Classics

Sun Ra – The Eternal Myth Revealed Vol. 1 – Transparency

Buddy Rich – Three Classic Albums Plus The Wailing Buddy Rich/The Swinging Buddy Rich /This One’s For Basie/ Buddy & Sweets – Avid

Lester Young / Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison – Going For Myself – Poll Winners

 

Short Cuts: Reissues

Laurindo Almeida / Bud Shank – Brazilliance Vols 1 and 2 – Poll Winners

Count Basie – Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings – Fresh Sound

Count Basie – In London – Pollwinners

Evans Bradshaw / Roosevelt Wardell – Look Out / Pieces of Eighty Eight / The Revelation – Fresh Sound

John Cameron – Cover Lover / Warm and Gentle – Vocalion

Eugene Delouche – Del’s Jazz Beguine 1951-53 – Fremeaux

Duke Ellington / Count Basie – Battle Royal – Essential Jazz Classics

Pete Jolly – Duo and Trio – Fresh Sound

Lee Konitz – Very Cool / Tranquility – Phoenix

John Lewis / Bill Perkins – 2 Degrees East, 3 Degrees West – Poll Winners

Howard McGhee – Maggie’s Back in Town / Together Again / Dusty Blue – Fresh Sound

Carmen McRae – Carmen for Cool Ones / Mad About The Man – Fresh Sound

Red Nichols – Complete Brunswick Sessions – Jazz Oracle

Esther Phillips – Performance – CTI Masterworks

Paul Quinichette / Charlie Rouse – The Chase Is On – Fresh Sound

Shorty Rogers – The Swinging Mr Rogers – Poll Winners

Shorty Rogers – Four Classic Albums – Avid

Various Artists – Jazzmen Detroit – Fresh Sound

Various Artists – Voices in Modern – El

 

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