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Andre Kunz, Dominique Di Piazza, Nicholas D'Amato and Akira Jimbo

Read "Andre Kunz, Dominique Di Piazza, Nicholas D'Amato and Akira Jimbo" reviewed by Len Davis


Music from the '90s and 2000s with Andre Kunz from Rejected, David Fiuczynski and Rufus Cappadocia from KIF, Dominique Di Piazza fromPrinces Sita. Also, On Impulse featuring French guitarist Marc Guillermont, Nicholas D'Amato with Wayne Krantz, Peter Erskine-Nguyen Le-Michel Benita from their album E_L_B. From Japan Side Steps and Akira Jimbo, and we finish with a bass solo from Tom Kennedy.Playlist Andre Kunz “Angry" from Rejected-Live (Self Produced) 00:00 David Fiuczynski-Rufus Cappadocia “Slap Bow" from KIF (Fuzilicious Morsels) ...

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Album Review

Travel: Travel

Read "Travel" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Travel compiles a musical travelogue through eight cities from Istanbul (Turkey) through Oslo (Norway) to Tokyo (Japan), rendered in the acoustic quartet sound of trumpet, piano, bass, and percussion. Composers Marco Vezzoso and Alessandro Collina don't paint strikingly different portraits but reflect each geography through the same sort of quietly intense music, and tuck an almost unbelievable amount of beautiful sound into 41 minutes. Lead and solo voices Vezzoso (trumpet and flugelhorn) and Collina (piano) receive great assistance ...

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Antonio Faraò: Woman's Perfume

Read "Woman's Perfume" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Woman's Perfume esemplifica la tendenza di un certo jazz contemporaneo votato al più esangue mainstream, in cui tutto pare preordinato a tavolino. Un’opera bifronte nella carriera discografica di Antonio Faraò, che eccelle per la squisita musicalità senza però lasciare alcuna traccia sul piano della progettualità. Il suo è un disco raffinato ed estremamente curato nei dettagli, in cui nulla sembra sfuggire al caso. Quello che manca è il mordente, quella vis creativa e visionaria che distingue il fuoriclasse, in grado ...

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Album Review

Dominique di Piazza: Princess Sita

Read "Princess Sita" reviewed by Phil DiPietro


With the release of this first “real" solo album, Dominique di Piazza crowns one of the most remarkable jazz comebacks in recent memory. Seventeen years ago di Piazza was tapped by guitarist John McLaughlin to take part in his still-evolving rotation of the world's greatest electric bassists. A year later, di Piazza's career path diverged completely, only to be revitalized in 2000 with the release of the Front Page (Emarcy/Universal) collaboration with guitarist Bireli Lagrene and drummer Dennis Chambers. Increased ...

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Album Review

Dominique DiPiazza: Spiritual Hymns

Read "Spiritual Hymns" reviewed by Phil DiPietro


While the 43-year-old French bassist (and with this recording, guitarist!) Dominique DiPiazza can claim moderate name recognition in jazz circles and a bit higher notoriety in jazz-fusion circles; it's among the bassists of the world, some of them the world's foremost players, that his name is the stuff of legend. It's not just his ungodly (poor choice of adjectives-read on) chops and his short list of super-high-end musical associates that contribute to his folkloric nature, it's his bona fide status ...


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