Richard Mohr

Richard Mohr works as a bookseller at Readings Carlton.

Reviews

Extended Circle by Tord Gustavsen Quartet

The superstar Norwegian pianist’s sixth album marks the completion of a ‘double circle’ of trilogies: the first with the trio, heard on Changing Places, The Ground and Being There, and the second wit…

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No End by Keith Jarrett

No End consists of home recordings Jarrett made in 1986. What makes it (almost) unique, among his vast canon, is that for the most part, Jarrett plays drums, percussion, electric bass and guitar. Th…

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Concerts Bregenz Munchen by Keith Jarrett

This is 150 minutes of Keith Jarrett at the absolute apex of his solo powers. On the heels of the colossal Sun Bear Concerts, released as a ten-LP set (six CDs in modern parlance) in 1981, Jarrett an…

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Smashed On A Knee by Powder Monkeys

Drawing on the membership of the equally seminal God and Bored!, the Powder Monkeys embodied the late eighties/early nineties Aussie independent guitar music scene, while tracing a pub-rock spiritual…

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Selected Signs III - VIII ECM Box Set by Various Artists

For any other record label of stature it would be an unbelievable shock to take 44 years to release any sort of comprehensive anthology or overview of the recorded output. The closest we got from ECM…

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Pour une âme souveraine by Meshell Ndegeocello

The tenth album from iconoclastic singer-songwriter-bassist Meshell Ndegeocello is a celebration of the work and voice of Nina Simone.

Meshell’s husky voice is a perfect match for Nina’s without api…

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