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  1. tethered moon concert review

    while enjoying the trio tethered moon tosca recording today, i found this review of a summer of 2003 concert. the motian -peacock duo performs magnificently in several piano trio settings, this being no exception. the reviewer, thomas bartlett, captured beautifully the magic of this rarely hard gem of a trio. "Peacock began alone, high on the bass, with a slowly developing circular figure. His tone, as usual, was completely alive and constantly in motion, an acoustic bass sound with very little wood in it. Soon he was joined by Motian, tapping a carefully inconsistent pattern on the cymbals, seeming intent on finding the spaces between Peacock’s notes. I expected Kikuchi to enter with the same kind of animated but constantly interrupted energy, but instead, after a few whispered chords, he began with “So in Love”, the Cole Porter standard, played extraordinarily slowly and with no swing or noticeable jazz inflection, almost like a hymn. Kikuchi coaxes an incredible sound out of the piano, largely for the simple reason that he cares so much: no other pianist working in jazz today listens so intensely. He leans down over the piano, his head practically inside it, and listens to each note he plays, sometimes letting it die down to almost nothing before hitting another. As Kikuchi played through the standard’s melody, Peacock and Motian seemed to ignore him, continuing on as they had before, but sometimes with tiny alterations that made all three instruments fall into place together, if only for a moment. "
  2. aloc

    Hi folks. thx for the kind thoughts. Things are fine here. The days just aren't long enough to indulge all of our interests. Here is hoping things are OK in your lives. I will browse the forums this weekend and share a thought or two. No hard feelings or thin skin on this end.
  3. john litweiler ZOUNDS

    it's alternate monday and john is on whpk now until 10pm eastern time.
  4. an early member of the eckstine band. show on now until 1900 est.
  5. tonight at small's

    starting now, the always soulful pianist, professor pete............. The Pete Malinverni Trio 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM Steve Williams - Drums Pete Malinverni - Piano Ugonna Okegwo - Bass
  6. Forgetify: Spotify's unplayed tracks A new site called Forgotify has been launched in a bid to get people to listen to the four million tracks left unheard on Spotify. Spotify users can now login to Forgotify to listen to tracks that no one else has listened to on the site. According to the creators of Forgotify, there up to four million songs on Spotify that no one has played. Logging into Forgotify, users are presented with just one track with the ability to share it on social media or click to the next one. There’s no back button so if you like what you hear, make sure you make a note of it.
  7. tonight at small's

    the android feed maddeningly kept stalling on me tonight. after 5 or 6 stalls i just shut it off.
  8. tonight at small's

    up now-free live video The Albert "Tootie" Heath, Ethan Iverson, Ben Street Trio 9:30 PM to 12:00 AM Albert "Tootie" Heath - Drums Ethan Iverson - Piano Ben Street - Bass
  9. the sound of space "The result of this “data sonification” is an up-tempo string and piano orchestral piece. But there is a serious side to the manipulation of data into audible melodies."
  10. bill frisell live at lincoln center on livestream

    Nowlive on live stream
  11. tonight at small's

    Kevin Hays quartet tonight at Smalls at 9:30PM with Chris Potter, Ben Street and Eric McPherson. Going to be a great show.
  12. gunter hampel now visiting wkcr

    until 9pm est., gunter hampel is discussing his career and spinning music on wkcr.
  14. Roy Campbell RIP

    wkcr, during it's campbell tribute, is now playing spiritual unity.
  15. tonight at small's

    Paris Jazz Club Presents: The new generation of French Jazz in New York ! starting off with a lovely ehnco trio. 7:00 PM to 1:00 AM Thomas Enhco - Piano Guillaume Perret - Tenor Sax Adrien Moignard - Guitar Francois Moutin - Bass Eric Legnini - Piano