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All About Jazz review by Troy Collins

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
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The formation of the Chicago Underground collective in the late ’90s provided cornetist Rob Mazurek with an unrestrictive setting to explore the endless possibilities of creative improvised music with his Windy City peers. 459 more words

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Jazz.pt review by Gonçalo Falcão

Pharoah & The Underground – Primative Jupiter (CF 300 LP) / Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
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Em boa hora (2009) a Gulbenkian começou a permitir a edição de alguns dos seus concertos no Jazz em Agosto. 545 more words

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Dalston Sound review by Tim Owen

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
Spiral Mercury (Clean Feed) documents a live performance by a group led by Rob Mazurek, with onetime Coltrane sparring partner, original astro traveller and transcriber of the creator’s master plan, tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders prominent in the front line. 637 more words

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Music and More review by Tim Niland

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
This is another very inspired pairing of musicians – the legendary free-jazz tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders and musicians from cornetist Rob Mazurak’s various Underground bands: Chad Taylor on drums, Guilherme Granado on synth, Matthew Lux on bass and Mauricio Takara on percussion. 192 more words

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Time Out review by José Carlos Fernandes

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
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Pharoah & The Undergound é a entidade resultante da associação do lendário saxofonista Pharoah Sanders a músicos dos projectos Chicago Undergorund e São Paulo Underground, liderados pelo cornetista Rob Mazurek, e o presente CD documenta o concerto do sexteto no Jazz em Agosto de 2013, no auditório ao ar livre da Fundação Gulbenkian. 68 more words

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John Coltrane - Consequences (1965)

Consequenses comes after Love on Coltranes fabulous album Meditations, recorded in Van Gelder Studio the 23rd of November 1965.

The year 1965 was a turning point in the life of John Coltrane.

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New Jazz United

John Coltrane - Offering Live at Temple University - Documentary

Recorded November 11, 1966
Mitten Hall, Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Available as Deluxe 2-CD digi-pack or Deluxe 2-LP Limited Edition
pressing of 2,000: http://www.resonancerecords.org/relea…

“A ninety-minute session of sustained intensity: experimental, frenzied at times, and deeply spiritual… Coltrane was pointing the way forward for generations of players to come, pushing the music to exhilarating, spiritual heights that caught most by surprise. 60 more words

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