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Il meglio del 2017 secondo Vincenzo Roggero

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Tempo di consuntivi e di classifiche. Piuttosto complicato, decisamente parziale ma comunque divertente estrarre dal cilindro del 2017 dodici titoli rappresentativi. Così tra conferme che profumano di classicità -Craig Taborn, Steve Coleman, Nicole Mitchell, Rob Mazurek -, debutti clamorosi -Jaimie Branch -, ritorni tanto attesi -Arto Lindsay -, connubi sorprendenti -Iggy Pop con il trio di Jamie Saft-, e una vitale scena italiana ci apprestiamo, curiosi, ad un nuovo anno di ascolti.

Dischi

Ferdinando Farao Artchipel Orchestra
To Lindsay: omaggio a Lindsay Cooper
Music Center

Jaimie Branch
Fly or Die
International Anthem Recording Company

Chicago / London Underground
A Night Walking Through Mirrors
Cuneiform

Steve Coleman
Morphogenesis
Pi Recordings

Arto Lindsay
Cuidado Madame
Northern Spy Records

Nicole Mitchell
Emerging Worlds
Fpe Records

Gabriele Mitelli O.N.G.
Crash
Parco della Musica

Roberto Ottaviano QuarkTet
Sideralis
Dodicilune

Jamie Saft, Steve Swallow, Bobby Previte, Iggy Pop
Loneliness Road
Rarenoise Records

Craig Taborn
Daylight Ghosts
ECM

David Virelles
Gnosis
ECM

Anna Webber
Binary
Skirl Records
Concerti

Rex Kramer—Amici del Po—Monticelli d'Ongina-(18.01.2017)
Roscoe Mitchell—Teatro Manzoni—Milano-(29.01.2017)
James Brandon Lewis Trio—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(03.03.2017)
Chris Lightcap Bigmouth—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(26.03.2017)
Fen-Far East Network—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(22.04.2017)
Gabriele Mitelli, Pasquale Mirra—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(28.04.2017)
The Thing—Il Pendio—Monticelli Brusati-(24.06.2017)
Enrico Rava New Quartet—Lo Sparviere—Monticelli Brusati—(23.06.2017)
Rob Mazurek, Jeff Parker—Alberodonte—Rodengo Saiano—(07.11.2017)
Tiziano Bianchi Trio—Cantina del Teatro—Soresina—(14.12.2017)

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