The Squid's Ear Magazine




  September 2009
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Eduardo, Ze Unit: A Jazzar - Live in Capuchos
Eduardo, Ze Unit:
A Jazzar - Live in Capuchos

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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Portugal bassist Ze Eduardo's trio in a set of compositions that includes jazz versions of animated televisions series, including a great cover of The Simpson's theme.

Fossils: A Common Confusion
Fossils:
A Common Confusion

(Bug Incision Records -- Canada )


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Another slab of basement strangeness from this Hamilton, Ontario-based trio/duo that pivots around sound artist David Payne; a baffling work of sound and noise.

Furuya, Nobuyasu Trio: Bendowa
Furuya, Nobuyasu Trio:
Bendowa

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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Sax, bass clarinet and flutist Nobuyasu Furuya is a free player migrated from Japan to Lisbon, Portugal, here in a trio with bassist Hernani Faustino and drummer Gabriel Ferrandini.

Haynes, Justin: Birder
Haynes, Justin:
Birder

(Barnyard -- Canada )


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Birder started as a piece for solo tenor banjo to study of the music of Charlie Parker (Bird), an exhaustive work with Christine Duncan's trombone and theremin at the end.

Pedromonkeyfinger: Eye Day Rabbit
Pedromonkeyfinger:
Eye Day Rabbit

(Bug Incision Records -- Canada )


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"Surreal slabs of processed sound float by each other in brilliant high fidelity, from the man behind much of the documentation of Bug Incision's live activites..."

 
Pinton / Kullhammar / Zetterberg / Nordeson:
Chant

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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An amazing jazz quartet with saxophonist Alberto Pinton and Jonas Kullhammar (Moserobie Music), music inspired by the 50s & 60s Blue Note style with a 21st century edge.

Saint Dirt Elementary School: Ice Cream Man Dreams
Saint Dirt Elementary School:
Ice Cream Man Dreams

(Barnyard -- Canada )


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Guitarist and composer Myk Freedman's little big band, a salon orchestra that's both entertaining and remarkably sophisticated, a playground of styles and ideas.

Weightless (Butcher / Edwards / Spera / Braida): A Brush with Dignity
Weightless (Butcher / Edwards / Spera / Braida):
A Brush with Dignity

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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Music inspired and fascinated by Italian cultural history, art, poetry, &c., from the collective quartet of John Butcher, John Edwards, Fabrizio Spera and Alberto Braida.

Cosottini / Melani / Miano / Pisani: Cardinal
Cosottini / Melani / Miano / Pisani:
Cardinal

(Impressus Records -- USA )


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The quartet of Cosottini, Melano, Pisani, Miano (EAQuartet Electroacoustic) in compositions referring to the 4 cardinal map points using graphic scores, games, open readings, &c.

McLean, Colin & Andy Moor: Everything But the Beginning
McLean, Colin & Andy Moor:
Everything But the Beginning

(Unsounds -- The Netherlands )


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The 1st release from Andy Moor & Colin McLean since they disbanded Dog Faced Hermans 13 years ago, 3 years of live improvisations from Amsterdam's OT 301's Music Dance 301 sessions.

Moor / Lehn / Butcher: Thermal
Moor / Lehn / Butcher:
Thermal

(Unsounds -- The Netherlands )


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Clinamen Trio   (Marion / Di Donato / Berger): Decline
Clinamen Trio (Marion / Di Donato / Berger):
Decline

(Creative Sources -- Portugal )


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Roman philosopher Titus Lucretius Carus named "Clinamen" the unpredictable (in time and space) swerve of atoms falling in the void, which aptly describes the unexpected directions taken in subtle free improvisation from this French trio, led by bassist Louis-Michel Marion, with Jacques Di Donato on clarinet, and Philippe Berger on viola.

Rumback, Charles: Two Kinds of Art Thieves
Rumback, Charles:
Two Kinds of Art Thieves

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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Drummer Charles Rumback in a quartet with Greg Ward & Joshua Sclar on sax, bringing together jazz tradition with the aesthetics of the eclectic Chicago scene.

Cosottini / Melani / Miano / Pisani: Cardinal <i>[Used Item]</i>
Cosottini / Melani / Miano / Pisani:
Cardinal [Used Item]

(Impressus Records -- USA )


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The quartet of Cosottini, Melano, Pisani, Miano (EAQuartet Electroacoustic) in compositions referring to the 4 cardinal map points using graphic scores, games, open readings, &c.

 
Resende, Julio:
Assim Falava Jazzatustra

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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Pianist Julio Resende's International Quartet with Spanish saxophonist Perico Sambeat, Norway's Ole Morten Vagan on bass, &c., modern jazz plus one Pink Floyd cover(!).

Morris / Fell / Ward: The Necessary And The Possible
Morris / Fell / Ward:
The Necessary And The Possible

(Les Disques Victo -- Canada )


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This incredible trio, recorded at the 25th Victo Actuelle Festival, play complex music using shared ideas about articulation, timbre, and methods of interaction.

Crocker, Jay: Joachim on Eggshells
Crocker, Jay:
Joachim on Eggshells

(Bug Incision Records -- Canada )


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Jay Crockers follows the allure of salvage from six years of recordings, taking sketches and mini-improvs and organizing them into a large and unusual sonic journey.

Moondoc, Jemeel: The Zoopkeeper's House (Trio/Quartet/Quintet)
Moondoc, Jemeel:
The Zoopkeeper's House (Trio/Quartet/Quintet)

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


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A series of exceptional compositions by saxophonist Jemeel Moondoc plus one by Alice Coltrane, performed in a variety of group settings, from duos to quintet, with sidemen Matthew Shipp, Roy Campbell, Steve Swell, Hilliard Greene, and Newman Taylor Baker.

Bergman / Pastor: Live At Tortona
Bergman / Pastor:
Live At Tortona

(Mutable -- USA )


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The duo of pianist Borah Bergman and violinist Stefano Pastor performing live at the Fuori Tema Festival in Tortona, Italy in 2007, fascinating parallel dialogs.




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