21 Dec 2009, 14:13 by wolowina-saute
3 Mar 2008, 17:19 by Rifugium"An Evening Featuring John Zorn's Masada Songbook" at the University of Penn's International House, in Philly, PA.
Cyro Baptista - percussion, noises
Joey Baron - drums
Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle) - bass
Ikue Mori - electronics
Marc Ribot (Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, et al) - electric guitar
Jamie Saft (Jamie Saft Trio) - keyboards
Kenny Wollesen - drums
John Zorn - alto sax
Opening acts included a trio of Jamie Saft, Trevor Dunn, and Kenny Wollesen, and a solo performance by cellist Erik Friedlander.
9 Mar 2007, 10:24 by kidindigoundomondo Radio Show is an offshoot of the undomondo mp3blog aired Saturday 10AM CET on Dinamo 103.8 FM in Istanbul. It's an eclectic radioshow featuring electronica/indie/jazz and all kinds of interesting world music.
available from archive.org
01. Sickoakes - driftwood
02. Alamaailman Vasarat - vasaraaisalainen
03. Jamie Woon - wayfaring stranger
04. Grails - belgian wake-up drill
05. Exploding Star Orchestra - string ray and the beginning of time part 2
06. Porest - hoyda
07. The Konki Duet - no one knows
08. Alela Diane - the pirates gospel
09. Victor Bermon - farewell lunch for laura
10. Baron Lee & The Blue Rhythm Band - reefer man
11. Red Astaire - move yo ass
12. Thief - hold on hold on
13. The Lymbyc System - lotan baba
14. dictaphone - ytinav
15. Pit Er Pat - feel no pain
16. Steve Spacek - peep live show
17. Moxo Tengu - hula hoops
18. 3 Mustaphas 3 - selma
19. Jamie Saft Trio - shalmiel
20. Mountaineer - morning mist
16 Aug 2006, 13:10 by Xccess1Jamie Saft Trio - Trouble
Im not usually a big jazz fan, but this was really nice.
25 Dec 2005, 05:03 by drkeysI suppose it's that time of year where everyone makes lists of their favourite things of the past 360-odd days. Here's mine.
Top Discs of 2005
Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane - Live at Carnegie Hall. An incredibly important discovery for the history of jazz music, and musically it's sublime. Another 'Trane discovery is the Half Note sets that became One Up, One Down.
Bill Frisell - East/West. Wonderful deconstructions of standards, pop tunes, and Frisell's own originals, with the propulsive and empathetic percussion of Kenny Wollesen, and Tony Scherr and Viktor Krauss alternating on bass.
Vijay Iyer - Re-Imagining. Creative, hypnotically inventive jazz, with Roy Haynes' grandson on drums. All these musicians are voices to pay attention to. Check out Iyer's trio Fieldwork for more impressive compositions and playing.
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song. It reminds me of the next generation of Like Minds - a jazz supergroup that creates cohesive music. …