About the album
“A solid, thoughtfully-programmed showcase for one of the most capable and encyclopedic of modern saxophone stylists. Mr. Redman has a warmly commanding sound and a broad idiomatic range, from ballad lyricism to bebop chord changes to modal playing to free-form. The news here is his growth as a composer and his ability to focus the energies of a band sparked by the great Ed Blackwell on drums.” So wrote the New York Times in 1983 of Dewey Redman’s “The Struggle Continues”, a disc that followed powerful Redman performances on ECM with Keith Jarrett’s ‘American Quartet’ and the Old And New Dreams band. Redman’s quartet repertoire, largely written by the leader, is capped by a tune from another great saxophonist: “Dewey Square” by Charlie Parker. Recorded 1982, and never before released on CD.
Joris Posthumus will travel around the world for his tour in Japan and Korea!
Joris Posthumus will travel to Japan and Korea for an international tour! For this he will perform together with great musicians from Japan, including his friend and colleague Yuichiro Tokudo, which he met two years ago during a tour in China with his Dutch band State of Monc. In return Yuichiro ...Read more
Voces Intimae Piano Trio Launch Kickstarter Project With Outstanding Results
Acclaimed piano trio Voces Intimae launched their first-ever Kickstarter campaign last week, with results better than one could hope for. In a little more than a week, has the Italian-based trio already raised over €3,000 with the goal to reach €7,500 in just a few more weeks. Want to be a part of this amazing ...Read more