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Content by tag "Paul Bley"

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Joe Rosenberg's Ensembles

Read "Joe Rosenberg's Ensembles" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Joe Rosenberg is a soprano saxophonist who, at one time, lived in the Bay Area collaborating with musicians like Dewey Redman and Buddy Collette and recording tributes to Eric Dolphy and Ornette Coleman. For the last several years he has been living in Asia and also collaborating with French musicians. These two CDs, by different configurations ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

Le avventure di un jazzista-filosofo

Read "Le avventure di un jazzista-filosofo" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Le avventure di un jazzista-filosofo
Arrigo Cappelletti
191 Pagine
ISBN: 978-88-6231-907-2
Arcana Jazz
2016

Laureato in filosofia e per alcuni anni insegnante della materia nei licei, il pianista Arrigo Cappelletti è anche un'ottima penna, come aveva avuto modo di mostrare in varie sue pubblicazioni, tra le quali spicca ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Giulio Stermieri: Stopping

Read "Stopping" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Basta scorrere la scaletta del disco per farsi un'idea dei riferimenti musicali di questo piano trio e apprezzarne preventivamente il coraggio: un brano a testa di Cole Porter, Thelonious Monk, Ornette Coleman e Paul Motian, ben tre di Carla Bley. Non male.

Certo, il coraggio di fare cotante scelte non immunizza dalla possibilità di ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra: GIO Sevens

Read "GIO Sevens" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Back in the 60s, there was a pop show on British TV called Thank Your Lucky Stars. It featured a “spin-a-disc" segment, where a DJ and three teenagers scored a clutch of 45s on a scale of one to five. One of these was a girl from the West Midlands called Janice Nicholls, who delighted audiences ...

Eve Risser / Benjamin Duboc / Edward Perraud: En Corps Generation

Read "En Corps Generation" reviewed by John Sharpe

The eponymous debut En Corps (Dark Tree, 2012) by the French triumvirate of pianist Eve Risser, bassist Benjamin Duboc and drummer Edward Perraud made several year-end lists, and Génération belongs in the same category. Les Deux Versants Se Regardent (Clean Feed, 2016) by Risser's White Desert Orchestra revealed her as a composer of note, as well ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Umbria Jazz 2017

Read "Umbria Jazz 2017" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Umbria Jazz
Perugia
Varie sedi
7-16.7.2017

Mantenendosi fedele alla sua consolidata formula, Umbria Jazz si è protratta per dieci giorni su vari palcoscenici, con concerti gratuiti e a pagamento, cercando di adeguare stili e proposte differenti ai diversi contesti interessati e rivolgendosi quindi a diverse fasce di pubblico. In particolare, la ...

Angelica Sanchez: Float The Edge

Read "Float The Edge" reviewed by John Sharpe

Pianist Angelica Sanchez has become an in demand side person since her move to NYC from Arizona in 1995, performing with Wadada Leo Smith, Tony Malaby, Kevin Norton, Harris Eisenstadt, and Susie Ibarra, among many others. But her own leadership discography remains slighter than might be expected. Surprisingly Float The Edge represents her first entry as ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio: Tangents

Read "Tangents" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Considering his nearly sixty-five years of recording, Gary Peacock has been relatively selective in his choice of leader projects. His association with luminaries Albert Ayler, Paul Bley, Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett have put him in the company of jazz history makers. When Jarrett's Standards Trio, with Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, disbanded in 2014 after ...

Manolo Cabras

Read "Manolo Cabras" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

1. Roberto Dani, Drama (stella nera, 2009)

Sono pochi gli artisti che riescono a esprimersi in maniera così naturale in solo. Un disco tridimensionale!!!!!

2. Edward Vesala, Lumi (ECM, 1987)

Per gli amanti dell'ECM anni '80. Un progetto decisamente originale con un'orchestrazione di ampio spettro e atipica. Divertente.

Riverside: The New National Anthem

Read "The New National Anthem" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Nato da un comune interesse per la musica e la figura di Jimmy Giuffre, il Riverside Quartet è una delle numerose formazioni attraverso le quali il trombettista e compositore Dave Douglas veicola le visioni di una mente vulcanica e in perenne movimento. Ad aleggiare come musa ispiratrice, in questa seconda uscita di Douglas e del co-leader ...


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