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Bill Dixon at AAJ, part 1 of 3

Trumpeter, composer and visual artist Bill Dixon almost always finds a way to provoke the thoughts and keyboards of the Bagatellen community. I got to spend a week with him in 2008, which was extraordinarily fruitful, even for a pre-existing fan such as myself. Though the saga of publishing the results isn’t something I’ll go [...]

Interview with Nate Wooley (Apr — Jul 2009)

I first heard trumpeter Nate Wooley a few years ago on Transit’s eponymous debut (Clean Feed, 2005). A pianoless quartet outside the range of what one usually expects from such instrumentation, Wooley’s language is clearly crucial in setting Transit apart from its peers. Alongside Peter Evans, Taylor Ho Bynum and Rob Mazurek, Wooley is one [...]

Paul Bley Quintet - Barrage

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Critics in the halcyon days of American free jazz have been rather guilty of oversimplification, and that is nowhere clearer than with the pianists. Either one played “like Cecil” or one didn’t, and that “didn’t” often meant Paul Bley. His approach was perceived to be quieter, more tonally ambiguous, and nearly a free [...]

Milford Graves Percussion Ensemble

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What do Neil Peart and Milford Graves have in common? Not much, but there is the shared and seemingly unquenchable propensity for populating their kits with a panoply of pieces. In the years since this early ESP effort, dubiously dubbed the Percussion Ensemble though more accurately a duo, Graves’ kit has continued to grow to [...]