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Enzo Pietropaoli: The Princess

Read "The Princess" reviewed by Mark Corroto

It can be risky for jazz musicians to play pop songs. They have to navigate the memories that each composition holds for the listener while also making the music distinctive and personal. Miles Davis could do it with Michael Jackson's “Human Nature" and Cyndi Lauper's “Time After Time," and of course Sonny Rollins can make any popular song his own. Add to that list, Enzo Pietropaoli. The bassist has been exploring popular music with his quartet, which has released three ...


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