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2012 Favourites

Gerry Koster Top 5 2012
Page added Dec 12, 2012 Updated Dec 21, 2012

On Jazz Up Late: Gerry Koster plays some of the standout releases to hit the Jazz desk this year. See the list of 2012 highlights here...

Gerry Koster's 2012 highlights

Wadada Leo Smith: Ten Freedom Summers
Simon Nabatov: Spinning Songs of Herbie Nichols
Mary Halvorson: Bending Bridges
Marc Hannaford: Sarcophile
Paul Motian: On Broadway Volume 1,2,3,4,5
Vijay Iyer: Accelerando
Russ Lossing: Drum Music
Mike Osborne: The Birmingham Jazz Concert
David Ades: A Glorious Uncertainty
Michael Formanek: Small Places
Ryan Truesdell: Centennial – Newly Discovered Works Of Gil Evans

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Dec 14, 2012. 10:30pm - Dec 15, 2012. 12:30am
Dec 17, 2012. 9:00pm - 11:00pm

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Stephen Paul Motian (March 25, 1931 - November 22, 2011) was an American jazz drummer, percussionist and composer of Armenian descent. He first came to prominence in the late 1950s in the piano trio of Bill Evans, and later led several groups. Motian played an important role in freeing jazz drummers from strict time-keeping duties. Biography: Motian was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and...

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