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Il meglio del 2017 secondo Luca Canini

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Un altro anno di ascolti, un altro bilancio da tracciare. Dodici dischi per dodici mesi. Difficile. Difficilissimo. Ma in fondo divertente. E forse anche un po' utile: per chi compila e per chi legge. Un altro anno di ascolti, un altro anno di grande musica. Con Steve Coleman e Craig Taborn davanti a tutti per meriti ampiamente acquisiti: in studio e sul palco. Per il resto c'è davvero di che spaziare: dal Monk riletto in solo da Wadada Leo Smith all'ennesimo gioiello firmato The Necks, dal trio Hear in Now a David Grubbs, Rob Mazurek, Pasquale Mirra e Jeff Parker. Buona lettura. E buon ascolto.


Steve Coleman
Pi Recordings

Craig Taborn
Daylight Ghosts

The Necks
Ideologic Organ

Bill Frisell & Thomas Morgan
Small Town

David Grubbs
Creep Mission
Blue Chopsticks

Wadada Leo Smith
Solo: Reflections and Meditations on Monk

Irreversible Entanglements
Irreversible Entanglements
International Anthem

Matt Mitchell
A Pouting Grimace
Pi Recordings

Hear in Now
Not Living in Fear
International Anthem

Rob Mazurek
Chimeric Stoned Horn
Astral Spirits

Jeff Parker
Slight Freedom

Pasquale Mirra
Moderatamente solo


Chris Lightcap Bigmouth—Centro d'Arte—Padova— (26.03.2017)
Far East Network—Centro d'Arte—Padova—(22.04.2017)
Arashi—Centro d'Arte—Padova— (05.05.2017)
Ghost Horse—Novara Jazz—Magenta—(26.05.2017)
The Thing—Ground Music Festival— Monticelli Brusati—(24.06.2017)
Steve Lehman Sélébéyone—Saalfelden Jazz Festival—Saalfelden— (25.08.2017)
Eve Risser White Desert Orchestra—Saalfelden Jazz Festival—Saalfelden— (27.08.2017)
Steve Coleman & Five Elements—Jazz & Wine of Peace—Cormons—(25.10.2017)
Pipedream—Jazz & Wine of Peace—Lucinico—(26.10.2017)
Craig Taborn Quartet—Jazz & Wine of Peace—Cormons—(28.10.2017)
Rob Mazurek & Jeff Parker—Alberodonte—Rodengo- -(07.11.2017)
The Necks—Centro d'Arte—Padova—(28.11.2017)

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