World of Jazz 556

On this show I am continuing my look at Ivo Perelman’s “Reed Rapture In Brooklyn” focusing on his duets with Colin Stetson. As well as further music from Stetson I am also featuring new albums from Patrick Golden, Something Blue, and Marc Ducret.

Show Intro 00:00
Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson “Five” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 00:66
Colin Stetson “Never Were the Way She Was” from Never Were the Way She Was (Constellation Records) 11:32
Patrick Golden “Empty Hall” from First Thing (Self Released) 20:25
Something Blue “The Path” from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 26:29
Something Blue “You May Have Already Won” from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 31:35
Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson “Nine” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 35:42
Colin Stetson “The Lure Of The Mine” from All This I Do for Glory (52Hz) 45:47
Patrick Golden “Louder And Funner” from First Thing (Self Released) 1:00:00
Something Blue “Waltz for Olena” from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 1:10:48
Something Blue “Grit” from Personal Preference (Posi-tone) 1:16:37
Colin Stetson “Sorrow II” from Sorrow: A Reimagining of Gorecki’s 3rd Symphony (52Hz) 1:21:38
Ivo Perelman, Colin Stetson “Four” from Reed Rapture In Brooklyn (Mahalaka Music) 1:31:46
Patrick Golden “Telepathic Sender” from First Thing (Self Released) 1:42:43
Marc Ducret “Curls / Palm Sweat / Mirth of the Cool” from Palm Sweat: Marc Ducret Plays the Music of Tim Berne (Out Of Your Head Records) 1:49:16

Colin Stetson

Never Were the Way She Was (Constellation Records)

collaborative album by Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld, released on April 28, 2015 by Constellation Records. It was recorded live in the studio without the use of overdubs or loops at the End of the World studio in Vermont. Neufeld and Stetson had first met in 2006 when Neufeld’s Bell Orchestre shared a bill with Antibalas, who Stetson was playing with. The two artists had previously collaborated on the soundtrack to the 2013 film Blue Caprice. The album received favorable reviews and won a Juno Award.

All This I Do for Glory (52Hz) – fifth solo studio album released in April 2017 by the label 52 Hz. It is the first of a two-part album series by Stetson that explores two different arcs of the same character. The LP follows a narrative, a doomed love story set during a time between Never Were the Way She Was (2015) and New History Warfare Vol. 1 (2008). All This I Do For Glory differs from Stetson’s previous releases due to its emphasis on his breathing techniques in the sound, it contains elements of 1990s experimental music and IDM, and its increased focus on rhythm that makes it more accessible to most listeners. The LP was critically well-received upon its release for Steston’s skill of performing many sounds with one instrument, his recording methods, the pacing of the music, and the increased restraint on his maximalist sound.

Sorrow: A Reimagining of Gorecki’s 3rd Symphony (52Hz) – a reimagining of Henryk Górecki’s most famous piece, performed by a 12-piece band including Arcade Fire’s Sarah Neufeld, Saltland’s Rebecca Foon, Greg Fox of Liturgy, Megan Stetson and more and recorded in 2015 in Brooklyn, New York

Patrick Golden

Jim Clouse, Tenor/Soprano
Patrick Golden /Drums
Dave Sewelson /Baritone sax
Release November 8,2022
Recorded July 14, at Park West Studios Brooklyn,NYC

Something Blue

Second in the Something Blue series curated by Marc Free

With the “Something Blue” releases, my goal is to present a series of focused and concise performances to create maximum enjoyment. For this latest date, I specifically focused on assembling a group of talented composers. I selected some familiar collaborators; bassist Boris Kozlov, alto saxophonist Markus Howell and drummer Donald Edwards. I also chose some “new” faces as well; tenor saxophonist Willie Morris, trombonist Altin Sencalar, and pianist Misha Tsiganov. I hope this program of new compositions will encourage a wider audience of listeners to increase their engagement with Jazz, so it becomes their personal preference for musical entertainment.

Marc Ducret

releases March 10, 2023

Marc Ducret – electric and acoustic 12 and 6 string guitars, fretless, soprano acoustic and electric, 4 and 6 string bass, prepared guitar, daxophone, percussion, daf, chains, suitcase, voice, handclaps
Fabrice Martinez – trumpet, piccolo trumpet, fluegelhorn, tuba
Sylvaine Hélary – alto flute
Chrstiane Bopp – trombone
Bruno Ducret – cello, voice, handclaps

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