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Mellotron Variations Inspire With "Went Home to Meet Konrad" (premiere)

Mellotron Variations create mind-bending but deeply melodic music on "Went Home to Meet Konrad". The project features Pat Sansone (Wilco), John Medeski, Robby Grant (Vending Machine), and Jonathan Kirkscey (Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Blueshift Ensemble).

Jedd Beaudoin
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Medeski, Martin & Wood: Free Magic

Free Magic is not a giveaway album. Just think of the implications that come with the word "free" and you can picture the magic.

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Bill Evans: Dragonfly

Bill Evans further explores his self-invented soulgrass genre with Dragonfly.

Steven Spoerl
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Medeski Martin & Wood @ Blue Note Jazz Festival: 11 June 2011 - New York

The outer orbits of jazz were well represented, and received, Saturday in Central Park as part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

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Lee Shaw: Together Again - Live at the Egg and Live at Art Gallery Reutlingen

Jazz pianist Lee Shaw releases two live albums, one an innovative summit with a famous protégé. The other sounds like she and her band are ready to nod off.

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The Best Jazz of 2007

In spite of the perception of jazz as an increasingly niche market, the year's best show a style of music that remains ever youthful in its exploration of new territories, expanding its diversity and range of expression.

Will Layman
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Charlie Hunter and Bobby Previte as Groundtruther Plus John Medeski: Altitude

The finest of the three recordings from the duo/trio, Altitude is a sonic exploration in both electric and acoustic improvised music that brings it all home.

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The Unconscious Realm: An Interview With Medeski, Martin & Wood Drummer Billy Martin

With the release of Mago, an album of duets with bandmate John Medeski, Billy Martin continues to pursue a personal vision of music without many boundaries, a pop-jazz-avant-garde combination that barely acknowledges the market while still sounding irresistible.

Will Layman
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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood: Out Louder

The jammy sequel of Scofield's brilliant A Go Go appears at last.

Will Layman
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Medeski, Martin & Wood: Note Bleu

MMW's jammy Blue Note years, collected, with the addition of several unreleased tracks and a DVD of the band live-in-grooveloving-concert

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DJ Logic: Zen of Logic

DJ Logic returns to the instrumental turntablism game with an album that is stubbornly eclectic, tough to feel and even harder to comprehend.

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