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CD Review: Triptych Myth – The Beautiful

The songs on Triptych Myth’s The Beautiful (Aum Fidelity) play out like a series of cinematic scenes. The jazz trio, led by Cooper-Moore on piano with Tom Abbs on bass and Chad Taylor on drums, starts the record in a traditional manner—the piano and drums chatter back and forth a few measures before the bass enters and the whole group ... Read More »

William Parker – Luc’s Lantern

Some jazz bassists make the instrument sound nimble. Their walking bass lines seem to skip. They slide up and down the neck as easily as a guitarist. When William Parker, one of the leading avant-garde jazz musicians, plays the bass, you never forget that it’s a massive instrument with thick strings. There is nothing sluggish in his playing. He often ... Read More »