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Johnson, Russ / Tim Daisy / Max Johnson: Live at the Hungry Brain
Johnson, Russ / Tim Daisy / Max Johnson:
Live at the Hungry Brain

(Listen! Foundation (Fundacja Sluchaj!) -- Poland )


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A patiently evolving collective performance at Chicago's Hungry Brain from the trio of New Yorkers--trumpeter Russ Johnson and bassist Max Johnson--and Chicago drummer Tim Daisy, whose arsenal of percussive devices adds unexpected asides to the trio's confident free jazz explorations, Johnson adding lyrical lines as the band moves as one through two extended improvisations.

Johnson, Max: Hermit Music <i>[Used Item]</i>
Johnson, Max:
Hermit Music [Used Item]

(Unbroken Sounds -- USA )


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An extraordinary set of solo double bass improvisations captured in the warm Booklyn Conveyor Recording Studio, Johnson showing his strength with his fingers on the large strings or a bow in his hand, in five turbulent and superb solos under reflection of personal struggles and the strain of pandemic, bringing a new sense of self and determination to his playing.

Golia, Vinny / Max Johnson / Weasel Walter: No Refunds
Golia, Vinny / Max Johnson / Weasel Walter:
No Refunds

(Unbroken Sounds -- USA )


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Recording in Brooklyn's Seaside Lounge in 2014, these five previously unreleased collective improvisations bring together West Coast reedist Vinny Golia, performing on clarinet, saxello, sopranino, baritone saxophones with double bassist Max Johnson and drummer Weasel Walter, an absolutely impressive example of free playing intent and well-balanced conversation.

Johnson, Max : When the Streets Were Quiet
Johnson, Max :
When the Streets Were Quiet

(New Focus Recordings -- USA )


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Better known for his bass work with his own free jazz trio and quartet, or as a sideman for Simon Nabatov, Chris Pitsiokis, &c. this album reveals another facet to the musician, presenting a chamber music album of strings, reeds and piano, where his role as composer and conductor brings life to works with references to Messiaen & Kafka.

Johnson, Max: Hermit Music
Johnson, Max:
Hermit Music

(Unbroken Sounds -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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An extraordinary set of solo double bass improvisations captured in the warm Booklyn Conveyor Recording Studio, Johnson showing his strength with his fingers on the large strings or a bow in his hand, in five turbulent and superb solos under reflection of personal struggles and the strain of pandemic, bringing a new sense of self and determination to his playing.

Johnson, Max Trio (w/ Anna Webber / Michael Sarin): Orbit Of Sound
Johnson, Max Trio (w/ Anna Webber / Michael Sarin):
Orbit Of Sound

(Unbroken Sounds -- USA )


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A new trio from NY bassist Max Johnson with Anna Webber on tenor saxophone & flute and Michael Sarin on drums, performing five lyrically inclined yet inventive compositions from Johnson, allowing distinction for each performer as they bridge sections between fluid straight-ahead playing and spaciously singular experimentation, keeping player and listener on their toes.

Johnson, Max: In The West
Johnson, Max:
In The West

(Clean Feed -- Portugal )


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New York bassist Max Johnson expands his piano trio of Kris Davis on piano and Mike Pride on drums with Susan Alcorn on pedal steel guitar, adding an eclectic Western flavor to overall on-point, anchored and driven modern jazz of a high order, balancing lyrical playing with moments of free collective playing, in a beautiful and extraordinary album.

Ughi, Federico Quartet (Ughi / Schug / Knuffke / Johnson): Federico Ughi Quartet
Ughi, Federico Quartet (Ughi / Schug / Knuffke / Johnson):
Federico Ughi Quartet

(FMR -- Great Britain )


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Following Ornette Coleman's 2 horn, bass & drum lineup, Italian/NY drummer Federico Ughi leads his quartet with David Schung (sax), Kirk Knuffke (cornet) & Max Johnson (bass) through 10 Coleman-inspired works of melodic free playing, excellent works of modern jazz.



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