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Live Review

Anxur in Jazz: take one

Read "Anxur in Jazz: take one" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig


Anxur in Jazz Terracina Tempio di Giove Anxur 19-21.8.2021 Circa due anni fa ebbi la fortuna di intervistare (e conoscere) un astro assoluto del jazz internazionale come Rosario Giuliani. Da tempo desideravo incontrarlo, ma fatta eccezione per alcuni concerti e qualche fugace saluto non capitò mai la circostanza adatta per scambiare quattro chiacchiere. Tuttavia l'occasione si presentò favorevole nel momento in cui, ottenuto un incarico redazionale, decisi di raccontare e far raccontare Rosario tra le ...

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In Pictures

Fano Jazz By The Sea: Part 1-2

Read "Fano Jazz By The Sea: Part 1-2" reviewed by Andrea Rotili


The 2020 Fano Jazz by the Sea Festival ran from July 24 to 31. A “special edition" due to COVID-19 regulations, the festival was presented on two stages: the main stage in the beautiful Rocca Malatestiana and the young stage in the amazing Church of San Francesco. Several events were presented in the streets of Fano with Live In The City and an evening session geared for younger attendees with Cosmic Journey. This collection includes photos of Colors Jazz Orchestra, ...

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Album Review

Sasha Mashin: Happy Synapse

Read "Happy Synapse" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Whoa! Russian born drummer Sasha Mashin kicks off his high-flying second disc with the crackling, manically modal, high-powered, retro-Impulse! speed-buzz of “The Hidden Voice," written by fevered alto-saxophonist Rosario giuliani, and Happy Synapse barely lets up from there. It is a sweet sound, a really, really sweet sound. Mashin intros “The Hidden Voice" like a flash bomb. Pianist Benito Gonzalez block chords in like McCoy Tyner behind Elvin Jones and it is off to the races as Giuliani, ...

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Album Review

Enrico Pieranunzi: From Always to Now

Read "From Always to Now" reviewed by Paolo Marra


Forty-one years after its original release on a little known but quite active independent label from the '70s, Edi Pan, Alfa Music has recently reissued From Always to Now, one the most important records by pianist and composer Enrico Pieranunzi. From Always to Now represents the high point in the pianist's hard-bop phase, during which Pieranunzi's impetuous style was heavily influenced by McCoy Tyner. Shortly afterwards, inspired by his collaboration with Chet Baker, Pieranunzi would embrace the more meditative and ...

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Interview

Rosario Giuliani: Tradurre l'amore in musica

Read "Rosario Giuliani: Tradurre l'amore in musica" reviewed by Paolo Marra


A fine gennaio è uscito per l'etichetta Jando Music e Via Veneto Jazz il nuovo disco del sassofonista Rosario Giuliani dal titolo Love in Translation, registrato assieme al vibrafonista americano Joe Locke, il bassista Dario Deidda e il batterista Roberto Gatto. Un disco che fra riletture di standards e brani originali ci porta a sondare le varie declinazioni dell'amore, espresso attraverso legami umani e artistici evidenti nell'interazione tra i quattro componenti del progetto. Un altro passo avanti per ...

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Album Review

Nicola Conte: Other Directions

Read "Other Directions" reviewed by Chris May


Since debuting with the quintessential acid-jazz suite Jet Sounds on the Milan-based label Schema in 2000, the composer, arranger, producer and guitarist Nicola Conte has released another ten exquisitely beautiful albums exploring acid jazz, spiritual jazz, soul jazz and bossa nova, often all on the same disc. Conte also produces other artists and has curated rare-groove bossa nova compilations for Far Out and modal-jazz compilations for Blue Note and MPS. Everything he does is erudite and lustrous and certain to ...


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