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Il meglio del 2018 secondo Vincenzo Roggero

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Anche quest'anno tanti gli ascolti, tante le proposte interessanti, e come al solito, difficile sintetizzare il meglio in dodici dischi. Non necessariamente i migliori ma quelli che, in un modo o nell'altro, hanno lasciato un segno. In testa una conferma, Steve Coleman, eh sì ancora lui, per il disco certo, ma anche per i meravigliosi concerti che ha regalato con suoi Five Elements. E una sorpresa, Slow is Possible, band portoghese praticamente sconosciuta, con un album di debutto clamoroso. Senza dimenticare un nutrito gruppo di grandi dischi italiani.

Dischi

Dino Betti van der Noot
Ou Sont Les Notes D'Antan ?
Stradivarius

Francesco Chiapperini Extemporary Vision Ensemble
The Big Earth
Rudi Records

Steve Coleman
Live At Village Vanguard Vol.1 (The Embedded Sets)
PI Recordings

Franco D'Andrea
Intervals I
Parco della Musica

Hobby Horse
Helm
Auand/Rous Records

James Brandon Lewis
Radiant Imprints
Off Record

Makaya McCraven
Universal Beings
International Anthem

The Necks
Body
Northern Spy

Pipe Dream
Pipe Dream
Cam Jazz

Fredrik Nordstrom
Needs
Clean Feed

Beppe Scardino
BS10 Live In Pisa
Auand

Slow is Possible
Moonwatchers
Clean Feed
Concerti

ONG Crash + Ken Vandermark—Auditorium Bettinzoli—Brescia—(04.03.2018)
Zenophilia—Teatro Asioli —Correggio— (01.06.2018)
Chicago / London Underground—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(19.05.2018)
Big Satan—Cinema Torresino—Padova—(23.02.2018)
Angles 9—Cantina Lo Sparviero—Monticelli Brusati—(22.06.2018)
Frontal—Cortile ex Madri Canossiane—Orzinuovi—(21.06.2018)
Pipe Dreams—Teatro Asioli—Correggio—(01.06.2018)
Decoy—Teatro Idra—Brescia—(24.02.2018)
Cristina Donà & Fishwreck—Parco Palazzo Martinoni—Cigole—(14.06.2018)
Steve Coleman—Piazza del Popolo—Berchidda— (14.08.2018)

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