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Part 4 - Ivo Perelman, Nate Wooley, Brandon Lopez (2), Gerald Cleaver - Octagon (CD, Album)

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  1. Ivo Perelman, Nate Wooley, Brandon Lopez & Gerald Cleaver Octagon () "This list could be the top 10 Ivo Perelman albums of the year. The saxophonist is on a roll and the documentation from Leo Records will be an invaluable archive in perpetuity." "This list could be the top 10 Ivo Perelman .
  2. Feb 06,  · Career Cleaver joined the jazz faculty at the University of Michigan in He has performed or recorded with Joe Morris, Mat Maneri, Roscoe Mitchell, Miro.
  3. For “Part 2” bassists Mark Dresser and Dominic Duval step up to complete the Double Trio, and the music is dark and congested before only the bassists are left at the break, then Perelman comes tearing back like light that streams through a window wiped of soot. And that’s just a third of the program.
  4. "Ivo Perelman is an incredibly lyrical sax player. The epitome of the searching artist. A conceptual instrumental jazz visionary pushing the envelope of the creative idea." @critical jazz.
  5. Ivo Perelman has done but what a mere handful of jazz musicians have done. Some musicians are said to be "technically proficient" while others are "artistically gifted." Ivo Perelman is .
  6. The second release pairing Brazilian-born, New York-based saxophonist Ivo Perelman with trumpeter Nate Wooley, in a quartet with bassist Brandon Lopez and drummer Gerald Cleaver, a frequent hard bop configuration, here in an 8 part set of studio recordings that range from exultant and vigorous group interplay to pointillist interaction, a superb album of creative modern jazz.
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  8. Brandon Lopez + Steve Baczkowski Thursday, July 12, Performance 8pm / Doors 7pm. What: Bassist, improviser and composer Brandon Lopez continues his Van Lier Fellowship at Roulette with a duet with saxophonist Steve Baczkowski that tests the limits of the musicians’ endurance and instruments. When: Thursday, July 12, Where: Roulette, Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, 2/3/4.

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