The 1967 Studio & Live Recordings is officially sanctioned by Rollins and includes three different previously unissued 1967 performances with bassist Ruud Jacobs (bass) and Han Bennink (drums).
With extensive booklet of unseen photos and essays by Aidan Levy and Frank Jochemsen, plus interviews with Sonny Rollins and Han Bennink, a remembrance of Ruud Jacobs, and more.

"Now in his mid-70s, Sonny Rollins plays with undiminished passion on this, his first new studio recordings in five years. Sonny, Please also marks a turning point in Rollins's life: his wife died in 2004, and he soon thereafter departed Milestone...

The entirety of the 10 albums made by Sonny for Prestige from 1953-1956, beginning with his collaboration with Thelonious Monk and The Modern Jazz Quartet, and moving through his works as leader of some of the finest jazz recordings of that time.

LORENZO HAPPY: electric bass
DAVE FOSTER: guitars
MAURIZIO MEO: electric bass, double bass
ROMAN RICCARDO: keyboards, celtic harp, harmonium, guitars, acoustic bass

Italian keyboardist and composer Vincenzo Ricca has put together this symphonic/progressive instrumental conceptual work which is "A musical walk through the history and the places, the greatness and the beauty of the eternal city."

"This one is obligatory. A classic. The Revue was a one-off concert in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 1975 - part of the second Raudalunas Exposition - trapped on tape by chance or no one would have believed it. A revue that remains consistently outside any...

A very little known, but very high quality fusion album from 1978 from the one-time guitarist of Boston's 'beloved-but-never-quite-famous ' artsy rock outfit Orchestra Luna. This is totally different and will especially appeal to guitar head fusion fans..

Alberto Popolla clarinets / Errico DeFabritiis alto sax / Gianfranco Tedeschi double bass / Fabrizio Spera drums / guest: Luca Venitucci Organ, Melodica, Amplified Zither.
" This is one more proof that jazz, and blues for that matter, turned to be...

Alberto Popolla clarinet & bass clarinet
Errico De Fabritiis alto & baritone sax
Gianfranco Tedeschi double bass
Fabrizio Spera drums
Luca Venitucci organ on tracks 1, 4, 9 piano on 6
Luca Tilli cello on tracks 3, 7
Antonio Castiello dub effects on 12

"There’s a good side in the present day global dimension and that’s called “cultural syncretism”. Roots Magic is an Italian band who's gradually building up a repertoire between Deep Blues and Creative

"Take Root Among the Stars", quoting the words of the great science fiction writer Octavia Butler, here is Roots Magic's third installment for Clean Feed. Cut by the Italian quartet, here and there augmented by a couple of special guests, historical wind player Eugenio Colombo and vibes maestro Francesco Lo Cascio, this new album comes as a further step into the borderland between Deep Blues and Creative Jazz.
The new repertoire includes reworked tunes by Skip James, Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre...

“Artist and musician Rosa Barba paired up with drummer Chad Taylor for their first duo record, In a Perpetual Now of Instantaneous Visibility. Documenting a September 2019 performance and installation at New York's Park Avenue Armory, part of an invitation by pianist Jason Moran, the CD's two mesmerizing tracks clock in at over 30-minutes each. Patiently built as collaborative soundscapes, they feature Barba's unorthodox conjoining of cello and film projector in which she uses the celluloid as an...

Traditional and original compositions based on the music of Southern Italy. [Felmay/New Tone]

Traditional and original compositions based on the music of Southern Italy. "The inspiration is born from the musical patrimony of the south Italy, but evolve with the wide breath of an authentic world music." [Sottosuono/Felmay]

"After the remarkable success of Facce and In forma di Rossa Pugliese vocalist Antonella “Rosapaeda” Di Domenico is back with a new CD, Mater that’s sure to delight her growing legion of fans. On Mater what is most striking is her voice, a voice at...

“It is impossible to talk about modern psychedelic music without mentioning Ripley Johnson. As bandleader of Wooden Shjips and half of Moon Duo, Johnson has continually charted new cosmic paths that expand on the language of the genre.
With Rose City Band, Johnson’s songwriting and beautiful guitar lines take center stage. While his vocal treatment would be recognizable to any Wooden Shjips fan, the sparseness of the instrumentation lays bare the beauty of his writing. Shimmering guitar lines are...

Long before Americana primitive solo guitar became the hipster thing, Jack was doing this music and doing it better than just about anyone. Another great, beautiful and deep album from an excellent guitarist.

"This double-disc features a brand...

There are a lot of younger guitarists mining the 'American primitive guitar' esthetic right now, some of them adding very modern things to it and some of them playing it rather straight. Of all these (very fine) players, I have yet to hear one who nail...

'''Brain' is a CD musi-drama (opera pervers) with El Maestro JR luimeme, Shelley Hirsch, Phil Minton, a Nietschean dentist and thousands of Rosenbergs. Plus The Weatherman. Full texts and notes. Cover by Peter Blegvad.'' [ReR]

"Jon Rose is one of the most productive, original and focused people I know; he’s also an extraordinary musician and an inspired composer. To mark his 60th birthday we are releasing this 3 CD box of previously unreleased works ranging from radio...

''Yes, we're still shopping - this is an unexpurgated copy of the Victoriaville concert (Radio recording) with group: Lauren Newton, Joelle Leandre, Otomo Yoshihide and Chris Cutler. In my opinion the wildest and most dizzying version on record. Unfolding chaos with luminous performances - viz, Lauren's hair-raising interpretations and vocal event, Joelle's oscar-winning bag lady performance, THE CAST for maintaining an atmosphere of knife-edge confusion. All human life and a whole lot of other stuff too...

''2 excellent pieces - The Fence, about borders and fences all over the world, using very long amplified strings and documentary voices; a serious and substantial work. Bagni di Dolabella, ''a violinists guide to the treatments and political intrigues ...

''Subtitle: The dynamic of rogue counterpoint. Jon, alone, with some of his interactive, midified, altered and invented instruments (eg the whipolin, a disembowelled cello, fitted with a variety of not exactly centred hurdy gurdy type wheels made of va...

Recorded live in the Australian outback, world famous avante garde composer Jon Rose's The People's Music" is a symphonic cut and paste compendium representing an innovative amalgamation of violins, samples, vocal insertions, and percussion. A musical ...

"Experimental Italian guitarist, electro-producer and sound designer Eraldo Bernocchi joins forces with percussionist FM Einheit (a founder of the influential German industrial group Einstürzende Neubauten) and London-based cellist Jo Quail on Rosebud, a compelling mix of tranquil ambient sounds and pummeling industrial onslaughts. From the opening "Bloom," an 11-minute suite that travels from evocative ambiance to caustic crescendo, to the closing theme "The Inquirer," which emerges gradually over a...

Absurd in the Anthropocene is in line with his abstract musicianship and virtuous experimentalism but, naturally, pushes the envelope. The record’s inspirations run the gamut from Miles Davis and Ornette Coleman to Frank Zappa, Soundgarden, and Squarepusher, and its title refers to the complicated and often surreal times in which we live.
Rosenboom, a musician at the forefront of Los Angeles' ever-thriving creative music scene, boasts an international reputation for boundary-pushing projects and...

Daniel Rosenboom - Trumpet
Artyom Manukyan - Cello and FX
Joshua White - Piano
Richard Giddens - Bass
Gene Coye - Drums
Gavin Templeton - Alto Saxophone (Disc 1 - Astral Transference)
Jon Armstrong - Tenor Saxophone (Disc 1 - Astral Transference)
Alexander Noice - Electric Guitar and FX (Disc 1 - Astral Transference)

*****5 STARS***** from All About Jazz
"...wildly ambitious... It's a fascinating blend and blur of the notated versus the improvised, and the

"David Rosenboom (b. 1947), who has been widely acclaimed as a pioneer in American experimental music since the 1960's. He is a composer, performer, conductor, interdisciplinary artist, author, and educator having explored ideas in his work about the...

"David Rosenboom is a composer/performer of unprecedented range and experience. He performed at the Electric Circus in 1969, on the original recording of In C with Terry Riley, with La Monte Young’s Theatre of Eternal Music as well as with Anthony...

"Active since the 1960s, composer/performer/ educator/instrument builder and improviser David Rosenboom, has been at the cutting edge of contemporary music, scoring for orchestra, opera, solo performance, chamber ensembles, improvisers, electronics...

“Sam Rosenthal (USA) and Jarguna (Italy) merge with the sunset on their first electronic/ambient collaboration, a work that lingers in the ephemeral dusk of dreams. It's an evocative blend of drones and synths coloring the margins without overwhelming the music's essential fragility. Sensitive sonic montages lead listeners quietly into the twilight where the sustaining ambient moods eventually resolve to rise up again as in "Evening market of the petal fields part 3" where Erik Wollo's Kosmische electric...

"Kurt has been working in a Standards Trio for years now. His last release in this format was Reflections in 2009. He's done many more things in the intervening years, including his original material presented with the likes of his quartet (Star of Jupiter), the Brazilian leaning Caipi band, and the Portuguese Big Band, OJM. His most recent release prior to this was the spontaneously composed Bandit 65 project's Searching the Continuum.
Anything he does features his unmistakably great playing, and...

While they last, this is $6.00 off the usual price. And it's a great album.

I've been following the work and albums of composer and pianist Michele Rosewoman for 20 years, ever since hearing her album "Quintessence" and it blowing me away....

Brandon Ross - electric guitar
Kevin Ross - bass guitar
Hardedge - soundesign
Chris Eddleton - drums
Ford Crull - painting

“Collaborations between artists specializing in different mediums regularly bring out facets and revelations unknown to the participants theretofore. Utilizing sonic and visual elements to stimulate creation, guitarist, conceptualist Brandon Ross and his ensemble, PENDULUM, met Neo Symbolic Abstract painter Ford Crull to generate what Ross calls a.

Frank Möbus: guitar / Rudi Mahall: bass clarinet / Oliver Steidle: drums.

"What with its idiosyncratic music, the anarchistic humour, its intelligent arrangements and original sounds, Der Rote Bereich passes for one of the most exciting bands..

Clarinetist David performs with his trio of Graeme Boone (banjo) & Glenn Velez (frame drums). They perform originals & traditional Appalachian, Turkish, French & Scottish pieces. [Felmay/New Tone]

''Rothenberg, in solo with his clarinet, piano, percussion, voice, continues his musical adventure thru the music of the world with chanting melodies, virtuosity and respect for the sources.'' [Felmay]

''A downtown mainstay for twenty years, composer/multi-woodwind performer Ned Rothenberg makes his Tzadik debut with a stunning CD of chamber music. Acclaimed for work in a wide variety of contexts, from the multi-metric funk of his Double Band to the ...

"A major new work by this imaginative musical mastermind! Born in 1956 in Boston and now residing in Brooklyn, Rothenberg has studied at Oberlin Conservatory and Berklee School of Music. Since 1979 his remarkable reed playing and compelling compositional

"Internationally acclaimed for his solo music since the late ’70s, Ned Rothenberg is one of the world’s most original voices on the shakuhachi. A student of two of the foremost masters of the instrument, Yamaguchi Goro and Yokoyama Katsuya, his style...

Ned is a simply unbelievable reed player and speaking as someone who has seen him a few times, he has developed the sax/clarinet concert into a very impressive and high art form. "This special two-CD set collects all three of Ned Rothenberg's unique....