Tag Archives: Eric Dolphy

In the Tradition

Saxophonist Steve Lehman is well known for his fierce intelligence as a composer and player. His albums including Travail, Transformation, and Flow are among the most forward looking in jazz, marked by bold concepts and rigorous methodology, offering inventive ways to… Continue reading

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LOST TONES: Funk Dumpling;
or, “Today’s Special”

MOON OVER MOSCOW FARMER ALFALFA HOME IS WHERE THE HEARTH IS Perry Robinson 4 Funk Dumpling Savoy : 1962 PR, clarinet; Kenny Barron, piano; Henry Grimes, bass; Paul Motian, drums. Welcome to LOST TONES which features tracks from hyper-rare recordings that aren’t available anywhere… Continue reading

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GUEST POST: Matana Roberts on The Alone Saxophone

It’s been a little while since our last guest post here, and we feel incredibly fortunate to be able to bring you another one. This time, the words, thoughts, and music are courtesy of altoist and composer Matana Roberts. As… Continue reading

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Going Native

AGNEWISTIC AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL? The Richard Davis Trio Song for Wounded Knee Flying Dutchman: 1973 RD, bass; Joe Beck, guitar; Jack DeJohnette, drums (on “Agnewistic” only). We’re thrilled to offer a guest post from the esteemed Hank Shteamer, featuring excerpts… Continue reading

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