Jessica reveals her Jazz highlights for 2012, including international and Australian albums, most memorable live gigs and debut of the year. We’ll also hear from France’s Orchestre National de Jazz, a 10-piece ensemble that will tour Australia in January 2013 with a program of music by British composer and singer Robert Wyatt.
Jessica's 2012 Jazz highlights
Album Release - Australian Artist:
Barney McAll - Graft
Album Release - International Artist:
Nik Bartsch's Ronin Live
Live Concert - Australian Act:
Tilman Robinson's Network of Lines
'If On a Winter's Night a Traveller'
Melbourne Jazz Fringe Festival Commission Concert
Live Concert - International Act:
Richard Galliano - 'Piazzolla Forever'
Debut of the Year:
Magnet (Stephen Magnusson, Eugene Ball, Carl Pannuzzo, Sergio Beresovksy)
Presenter: Jessica Nicholas
DAVE BRUBECK – ‘Some Day My Prince Will Come’
CD: Disney Jazz Vol.1: Everybody Wants To Be A Cat, 2011
RICHARD GALLIANO SEPTET – ‘Verano Porteno’
CD: Piazzolla Forever, 2003
MAGNET – ‘Talk to Me’
CD: Magnet, 2012
MACE FRANCIS ORCHESTRA – ‘Where Can I Park My Fist?’
CD: Neverever… Well, Maybe Someday, 2009
BARNEY McALL – ‘Leiby – Part 1’ and
BARNEY McALL – ‘Leiby – Part 2’
CD: Graft, 2012
NIK BARTSCH’S RONIN – ‘Modul 45’
CD: Live, 2012
BOBO STENSON TRIO – ‘December’
CD: Indicum, 2012
SUSAN GAI DOWLING – ‘Blue Parade’
CD: In Summer, 2012
SANDY EVANS AND FRIENDS – ‘The Agile Wallaby’
CD: Cosmic Waves, 2012
ORCHESTRE NATIONAL DE JAZZ – ‘Just As You Are’
CD: Around Robert Wyatt, 2009
DARAMAD – ‘Lamma Bada’
CD: Daramad, 2012
KEITH JARRETT – ‘So Tender’
CD: Sleeper, 2012
BRAD MEHLDAU TRIO – ‘Hey Joe’
CD: Where Do You Start, 2012
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Barney McAll (born Melbourne, Australia, 1966) is a jazz pianist and composer. Barney McAll moved to New York City from Australia in 1997 to join saxophonist Gary Bartz's band. As well as remaining to be a member of the Gary Bartz quartet, he also plays with the Josh Roseman Unit, Fred Wesley and the JB’s, Groove Collective, and Kurt Rosenwinkel's "Heartcore". He completed a Bachelor of Music...
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