Best Of 2015: Jazz/Improv


MAGNET’s Bill Meyer picks the best jazz/improv releases of the year

1 Joshua Abrams Magnetoception (Eremite)
2 Mike Reed’s People, Places & Things A New Kind Of Dance (482)
3 Amir ElSaffar Crisis (Pi)
4 Joe McPhee Solos: The Lost Tapes (1980-1981-1984) (Roaratorio)
5 Akira Sakata & Jim O’Rourke With Chikamorachi & Merzbow Flying Basket (Family Vineyard)
6 The Rempis Percussion Quartet Cash And Carry (Aerophonic)
7 John Butcher Nigemizu (Uchimizu)
8 Tashi Dorji Appa (Bathetic)
9 Konstrukt And William Parker Live At NHKM (Holidays)
10 Kid Millions & Jim Sauter Bloom (Astral Spirits)

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