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news 09/01/2006

Some gig news!

Greg Lake's UK tour starts 03 September 2006 in Cardiff. Full dates below:

03 September 2006 - St. David's Hall - Cardiff
04 September 2006 - Broadway Theatre - Peterborough
05 September 2006 - Embassy Theatre - Skegness
07 September 2006 - Pavilion Theatre - Rhyl
10 September 2006 - Sheffield City Hall
11 September 2006 - Assembly Halls - Derby
12 September 2006 - De Montfort Hall - Leicester
13 September 2006 - Royal Albert Hall - London
14 September 2006 - Civic Hall - Wolverhampton
15 September 2006 - Colston Hall - Bristol
17 September 2006 - Lowry Theatre - Manchester
18 September 2006 - The Hexagon - Reading
19 September 2006 - Pavilion Theatre - Bournemouth
21 September 2006 - Fairfield Halls - Croydon
22 September 2006 - St. George's Hall - Bradford
24 September 2006 - Journal & Tyne Theatre - Newcastle
25 September 2006 - Concert Hall - Glasgow
26 September 2006 - Concert Hall - Motherwell

Complete Fall 2006 Firehouse 12 Concert Season:

09/22 :: Matthew Shipp
09/29 :: Carla Marciano 4tet
10/06 :: David Berkman Quartet
10/13 :: Nate Wooley and Blue Collar
10/20 :: Andrew Cyrille/Greg Osby Duo
10/27 :: Pete Robbins and Centric
11/04 :: Dave Allen Quartet
11/10 :: Stephen Haynes and Bugaboo
11/17 :: Dominique Eade/Jed Wilson Duo
12/01 :: Ben Allison Quartet
12/08 :: Wayne Escoffery Quartet
12/15 :: Gerald Cleaver & Violet Hour

David Berkman Quartet at Firehouse 12 (Friday, October 6th at 8:30 and 10:00 p.m.)

Friday, October 6th at 8:30 and 10:00 p.m.
David Berkman Quartet
Firehouse 12
45 Crown Street in New Haven, CT
Tickets are $15 (opening set) and $10 (second set)
Tickets and info are available at http://www.firehouse12.com or (203) 785-0468
Learn more about David Berkman at http://davidberkman.com
Music sample available at http://firehouse12.com/events.asp?id=12570
Downloadable hi-res images available at http://davidberkman.com/gallery.html

David Berkman, piano/composer; Jimmy Greene, saxophones; Thomas Morgan, bass; Ted Poor, drums

More information is available at http://www.davidberkman.com

Brotzmann / Bennink on Tour in Northeast US (October, 2006)

Buffalo: Oct. 4, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, 341 Delaware Ave., 716-854-1694, www.hallwalls.org/music.html (not listed on the site yet), Steve@hallwalls.org.

New York: Oct. 6, Clemente Soto Velez SEA Theater, 1O7 Suffolk St. (betw. Rivington & Delancey one block east of Tonic), 2nd floor, 8 & 1O p.m., $2O/ set, 212-696-6681 [Vision Festival recording from last June on there at the moment], 212-26O-4O8O, ext. 12 [venue], www.visionfestival.org, http://csvcenter.com/2005.

Baltimore: Oct. 7, An Die Musik Live, 4O9 N.Charles St., 41O-385-2638, www.andiemusiklive.com, berlyons@verizon.net, 8 & 1O p.m., $2O/ $18 per set.

Philadelphia: Oct. 8, Rose Recital Hall [Room 419], Fisher-Bennett Hall, U. of Pennsylvania, 34th & Walnut St’s, 8 p.m., $15 gen’l admission, www.arsnovaworkshop.com, markc@op.net, 215-727-2714.

Amherst: Oct. 9

Bennington: Oct. 10

Anthony Braxton at Wesleyan (Wednesday, December 06, 2006, 08:00 PM)

Anthony Braxton Large Ensemble

Professor Braxton’s student ensemble performs his music.
Location: Crowell Concert Hall
Admission: Free admission
Sponsor: Center for the Arts
URL: http://www.wesleyan.edu/cfa
Contact: cfapress@wesleyan.edu 860-685-3355
Friday, December 08, 2006, 08:00 PM

Anthony Braxton Small Ensemble

Saxophonist, composer and professor Anthony Braxton performs in an intimate small-ensemble setting.

Location: Crowell Concert Hall
Admission: Free admission
Sponsor: Center for the Arts
URL: http://www.wesleyan.edu/cfa
Contact: cfapress@wesleyan.edu 860-685-3355

BajaProg (March 21 to March 24, 2007)

Guys from BajaProg has announced that Tony Levin (UK/USA), Univers Zero (Belgium), Ritual (Sweden), Lazuli (France) RPWL (Germany) and Indukti (Poland) have confirmed their participation at the Baja Prog-2007 festival, which will be held in Mexicali from March 21 to March 24, 2007.




Interviews

Brotzmann interview for JazzWeekly

A FIRESIDE CHAT WITH PETER BROTZMANN

I spent four years looking for, in fact scouring, record stores (fuck you Tower Records), used record stores (thank you Amoeba) and various shitty internet sites from New York to Boston to Los Angeles and Chicago for a copy of Peter Brotzmann’s Machine Gun. It was only a few months ago that I was able to find a copy of my holy grail (thank you Berkeley). Was it worth the wait? You better fucking believe it. It is, in my humble opinion, the free jazz recording of my time. What luck that Brotzmann is still as prolific as ever and I am able to witness first hand creativity in the making. It is truly an honor for me to present such a man onto our Roadshow babies. Enjoy folks, this one is a keeper. As always, I bring it to you unedited and in his own words. (click for more)




Coming soon

Dream Theater, Score (2DVD/3CD) 8/29
Stiltskin, She 9/4
Galahad, Resonance, Live in Poland (DVD) 9/11
Pendragon, Now Everybody to the Stage (DVD) 9/11
The Mars Volta, Amputecture 9/12
Icon, Live, Never in a Million Years 9/21
Porcupine Tree, Arriving Somewhere (DVD) 10/10
Guy Manning, Anser's Tree 10/24
Icon, Rubicon 11/10




New Reviews

g r o u n d a n d s k y

Incredible String Band, The - The Incredible String Band
Ocrilim – Anoint
Soft Machine – Virtually

ghostland

Djam Karet, Recollection Harvest/Indian Summer 2005
Eyestrings, Consumption 2005
Rush, R30 (CDs, DVD teaser) 2005
King Crimson, The 21st Century Guide to King Crimson, Volume Two, 1981-2003 2005
Riverside, Voices in My Head 2005
Ring of Myth, Weeds 2005
Leger de Main, A Lasting Impression 2005
Eccentric Orbit, Attack of the Martians 2003

All About Jazz

Ingebrigt Haker Flaten - Quintet
Jason Rigby - Translucent Space
Ike Quebec - It Might As Well Be Spring
Oliver Gannon & Bill Coon - Two Much Guitar
Bob Sneider and Paul Hofmann - Escapade
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