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Sanchez, Angelica Nonet: Nighttime Creatures
Sanchez, Angelica Nonet:
Nighttime Creatures

(Pyroclastic Records -- USA )


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Assembling a masterful set of New York jazz luminaries including Michael Attias, Ben Goldberg, John Hebert, Thomas Heberer, Sam Ospovat, Chris Speed, Omar Tamez and Kenny Warren, pianist Angelic Sanchez tailors her compositions to these players through nine original compositions, along with Ellington's "Lady of the Lavender Mist" and "Tristeza" by Amarndo Carvajal.

Edelman, Nataniel Trio (feat. Michael Formanek / Michael Attias): Un Ruido de Agua
Edelman, Nataniel Trio (feat. Michael Formanek / Michael Attias):
Un Ruido de Agua

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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A piano sax and bass trio led by Argentinian pianist Nataniel Edelman with Michael Formanek on bass and Michael Attias on alto sax, recording in the studio in Berlin for a mix of five Edelman compositions, one by Attias, and four collective improvisations, recorded in a single day for a consistently lyrical, flowing set of elegantly informed, magnificent playing.

Jimenez, Kenneth / Michael Attias / Francisco Mela: Caribu
Jimenez, Kenneth / Michael Attias / Francisco Mela:
Caribu

(577 Records -- USA )


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Formed at Michael Attias's Washington Heights, Manhattan apartment by three improv compatriots, the trio of Kenneth Jiminez on bass, Michael Attias on saxophones and Francisco Mela on drums & voice incorporate free and experimental jazz forms with heartfelt tradition, in five collective improvisations captured in the studio, plus Paul Motian's "From Time to Time".

Attias, Michael / Simon Nabatov: Brooklyn Mischiefs
Attias, Michael / Simon Nabatov:
Brooklyn Mischiefs

(Leo Records -- UK )


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On their first concert as a duo in 2014, alto saxophonist Michael Attias and pianist Simon Nabatov recorded these five creatively lyrical improvisations at iBeam in Brooklyn, Nabatov on the keys and inside the piano and both using tremendous technique in a mix of perky and introspective free expression, including an extended work that melds into Herbie Nichol's "Spinning Song".

Attias, Michael : Echos La Nuit
Attias, Michael :
Echos La Nuit

(Out Of Your Head Records -- USA )


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A beautiful solo set of 12 improvisations, Michael Attias performing on alto sax with his left hand and piano with his right, captured in the natural reverberation of La Maison en Bois in Abeville-La-Riviere, France; surprisingly his 1st solo album, developed over 12 years yet played in under an hour with no retakes, a wonderful nuanced reflection in tone, melody & color.

Conly, Sean : Hard Knocks
Conly, Sean :
Hard Knocks

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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The history of bassist Sean Conly's collaborations and releases shows a strong love of the jazz tradition and a perceptive writing style that references that tradition, heard here in free and lyrical original Conly compositions performed in the studio in a trio setting with fellow New York musicians Satoshi Takeishi on drums and Michael Attias on alto saxophone.

Godet, Jean-Brice Quartet (Godet / Attias / Niggenkemper / Costa): Mujo
Godet, Jean-Brice Quartet (Godet / Attias / Niggenkemper / Costa):
Mujo

(Fou Records -- France )


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The debut album of French clarinetist Jean-Brice Godet, recording with a New York quartet of Michael Attias on alto sax, Pascal Niggenkemper on doublebass, and Carlo Costa on drums for seven tracks of adventerous original compositions, using weaving lines in melodic heads that propel his sidemen to lyrically rich solos and asides.

Renku (Attias / Hebert / Takeishi): Live in Greenwich Village
Renku (Attias / Hebert / Takeishi):
Live in Greenwich Village

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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A live recording at Greenwich House Music School in New York City in 2014, and the 3rd album from the Renku trio of Michael Attias on alto sax, John Hebert on double bass, and Satoshi Takeishi on drums, lyrical and intimate trio work from three masterful players.

Attias, Michael: Spun Tree
Attias, Michael:
Spun Tree

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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His first studio album since 2004, alto saxophonist Michael Attias returns to the epic forms of his "Credo" release, presentng 8 new compositions with his band of Ralph Alessi, Matt Mitchell, Sean Conly and Tom Rainey

Attias, Michael: Credo
Attias, Michael:
Credo

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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