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Squid´s Ear review by Florence Wetzl

Gerry Hemingway Quintet Riptide (CF 227)
A quintet with two horns and a rhythm section is a classic jazz lineup, and drummer Gerry Hemingway has long been enamored of this traditional form. 447 more words


Tory Collins Best of 2011 List at All About Jazz

Compiling end of the year lists is never easy. Considering the quantity of recordings issued during a year, attempting to mention every noteworthy session would result in a list of epic proportions. 130 more words


Paris Transatlantic review by Michael Rosenstein

Gerry Hemingway Quintet – RIPTIDE (CF 227)
From the mid 80s through the mid 90s, Gerry Hemingway put out a series of seminal recordings, melding the collective strategies he had developed as part of Anthony Braxton’s quartet with the sense of loose-limbed free swing honed with players like Ray Anderson, Mark Helias, George Lewis, Wadada Leo Smith, and other members of the burgeoning New Haven scene in the late 70s. 290 more words


Gapplegate Music review by Grego Edwards

Gerry Hemingway Quintet – Riptide (CF 227)
Gerry Hemingway has been deftly mixing it up on drums with some of the most accomplished new jazz artists for years. 341 more words


All About Jazz Italy review by Luca Canini

Gerry Hemingway – Riptide (CF 227)
Valutazione: 4 stelle
Ventiquattro anni di vita, nove dischi all’attivo, diciotto musicisti coinvolti nel progetto: da Michael Moore a Don Byron, da Mark Dresser a Walter Wierbos, passando per Ray Anderson, Frank Gratkowski, Ernst Reijseger e Palle Danielsson. 457 more words


Burning Ambulance review by Phil Freeman

Two CDs Featuring Ellery Eskelin
Saxophonist Ellery Eskelin‘s been around forever and has made about six thousand albums, many as part of a trio with keyboardist Andrea Parkins and drummer Jim Black, though he’s worked with lots of other Downtown New York folks (Joey Baron, Marc Ribot, Bobby Previte) and tons of other people—too many to list here, frankly. 572 more words