World of Jazz 548

On this show I continue my deep dive into Ivo Perelman’s “Reed Rapture In Brooklyn” this time focusing on his partnership with James Carter. As well as other music from Carter I have new releases from Relojeros ya no quedan, Josh Sinton’s Predicate band, and Nosoy Trio.

Show Intro 00:00
Ivo Perelman and James Carter “One” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka) 00:53
James Carter “I Can’t Get Started” from Live At Baker’s Keyboard Lounge (Warner Brothers) 10:47
Relojeros ya no quedan “Casa Luz” from 2(XL) .(ears&eyes) 18:19
Josh Sinton Predicate “Gateway” from 4 Freedoms (Form is Possibility Recordings) 28:20
Nosoy Trio “De la ausencia radial” from Refracción (Ramble Records) 36:53
Ivo Perelman and James Carter “Eight” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka) 55:32
James Carter Quartet “Epistrophy” from Jurassic Classics (DIW) 1:00:00
Relojeros ya no quedan “Metropolis” from 2(XL) (ears&eyes) 1:13:38
Josh Sinton Predicate “Step” from 4 Freedoms (Form is Possibility Recordings) 1:22:36
Ivo Perelman and James Carter “Five” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka) 1:28:33
James Carter “Parker’s Mood” from Conversin’ With The Elders (Atlantic) 1:36:42
Relojeros ya no quedan “Scot” from 2(XL) (ears&eyes) 1:43:27
Josh Sinton Predicate “Blood” from 4 Freedoms (Form is Possibility Recordings) 1:53:48

NOTES

Ivo Perelman and James Carter

Featured albums from James

Live At Baker’s Keyboard Lounge – with guests David Murray, Johnny Griffin and Franz Jackson recorded at Baker’s Keyboard Lounge in 2001, and released on the Warner Bros. label in 2004.

Jurassic Classics – his second album recorded in 1994 and released on the DIW label in 1995. James Carter – baritone, tenor, alto & soprano saxophones, Craig Taborn – piano, Jaribu Shahid – , Tani Tabbal – drums

Conversin’ With The Elders – fourth album recorded in late 1995 and early 1996 and released on the Atlantic label.The album features guest appearances by Lester Bowie, Larry Smith (who is on this track), Harry “Sweets” Edison, Hamiet Bluiett and Buddy Tate. Same band as Jurassic Classics

Relojeros ya no quedan

Relojeros ya no quedan (or “Watchmakers are no more”), emerged in 2014 – this is there second album – core band is Rodrigo Dominguez – soprano & tenor saxophone, Ernesto Jodos – piano, Javier Moreno – bass , Sergio Verdinelli – drums

Special guests on first two tracks – Valentín Garvie – trumpet, Sergio Wagner – trumpet, Juan Canosa – trombone, Inti Sabev – bass clarinet

Special guests on Scot – Patricio Carpossi – guitar, Luis Nacht – tenor saxophone

John Sinton

Woodwindist, composer and creative musician Josh Sinton caps off an extraordinarily productive and busy year with the release of 4 freedoms with Josh Sinton’s Predicate. The album, Sinton’s third release in 2022, features cellist Christopher Hoffman and drummer Tom Rainey – the original Predicate trio from their 2018 debut “making bones…” – augmented by Jonathan Finlayson on trumpet. It was available on October 28, 2022 via Form is Possibility Recordings (FiP).

Befitting the momentum Sinton has generated this year, 4 freedoms is a dynamically-charged and compositionally rich record which marks a new highpoint in his work over the past fifteen years as a composer and bandleader. The title is a reference to the four freedoms Sinton wants to bring to the listener: freedom from fear, freedom to be oneself, freedom to love and freedom from advertising. Sinton began work on the album in the late summer of 2020 after receiving a surprise grant from the newly-formed Jazz Coalition. The grant came with a mandate “to create a new work within the spirit of documenting where you are, what you are thinking, and how you are coping at this very crucial time in our history,” a direct reference to the historical awakening Americans wrestled with in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.

Nosoy Trio

Released May this year -Refracción by international avant-garde group Nosoy Trio is a hypnotic blend of avant-garde, drone, ethno jazz and soudscape. Formed by Elena Perales Andreu (Bass Clarinet, Electronics and ethnic instruments), Juan Fran Cabrera (Violin, flute, voice and ethnic instruments), Gon Muruaga (electric guitar and FXs).

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