Path of Seven Colors

CHES SMITH

WE ALL BREAK

PATH OF SEVEN COLORS

coming June 11, 2021

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The Weight Of Light

The Weight Of Light

Benoît Delbecq

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Compass Confusion

Craig Taborn

Junk Magic

Compass Confusion

Featuring Chris Speed, Mat Maneri, Erik Fratzke & David King

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Seven Storey Mountain VI

Nate Wooley

Seven Storey Mountain VI

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How To Turn The Moon

Angelica Sanchez & Marilyn Crispell

How To Turn The Moon

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Slipknots Through A Looking Glass

Eric Revis

Slipknots Through A Looking Glass

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Accelerate Every Voice

Cory Smythe's new release Accelerate Every Voice 

Watch - Interview & Listening party

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We All Break

“We All Break” is award-winning filmmaker Mimi Chakarova’s 50-minute film showcasing the music and collaborative process of Ches Smith’s We All Break during the making of the groundbreaking album “Path of Seven Colors.”

Loop Of Chicago

From the CD “The Weight Of Light” by Benoît Delbecq

Anamorphoses

From the CD “The Weight Of Light” by Benoît Delbecq

REVIEWS

Kris Davis – 20 Questions –

August 25, 2020

Interview conducted via e-mail. Jazz  To me, jazz means improvisation and innovation. The search for self-expression through sound, and a reflection of the here and now. I also like Wayne Shorter’s definition of jazz: “I dare you!” The meaning of …

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Cory Smythe – The New York Times – Seth Colter Walls

July 7, 2020

“Accelerate Every Voice,” a new album, is a step forward in another facet of this dazzling pianist’s career: composing. Cory Smythe’s new album blends references to hyper-complex contemporary classical styles, the jazz-meets-vocal music of Andrew Hill’s 1970 record “Lift Every …

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Cory Smythe – Pan M 360 – Réjean Beaucage

July 6, 2020

Pianist Cory Smythe took the stage at FIMAV in May 2019 with the Tyshawn Sorey Trio, an ensemble that gave an impressive concert in which Smythe’s very original playing literally stole the show. The recording of this disc dates from …

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Cory Smythe – The New Yorker – Steve Smith

July 6, 2020

In 1969, Andrew Hill, an idiosyncratic jazz master who’d gigged with Charlie Parker and studied with Paul Hindemith, paired a vocal chorus with a hard-swinging quintet to record “Lift Every Voice,” a buoyant set of upbeat incantations. Now, just over …

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