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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Calexico all'Alcatraz di Milano

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Calexico
Alcatraz
Milano
14.3.2018

Da un lato e l'altro del confine, per commuoversi ma soprattutto per fare festa. Poco importa che dal vivo non cambino mai troppo gli ingredienti fondamentali di una band che, insieme a un suono fieramente meticcio e di frontiera, negli anni ha ampliato, reinterpretato e attualizzato ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Flavio Massarutto, Direttore Artistico di San Vito Jazz

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Promotore culturale, appassionato e studioso di jazz e di fumetto, autore di numerose pubblicazioni come Assoli di china (Stampa Alternativa/Nuovi Equilibri, 2011), coautore di Jazz Loft e del recente Sconfini. Vent'anni di Jazz&Wine of Peace , Flavio Massarutto è anche molto attivo come organizzatore di concerti e, in particolare, è Direttore Artistico di San Vito Jazz, ...

ARTICLE: THE BIG QUESTION

Presenting Problem

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Jazz often appears to exist within its own cultural and artistic paradigm, isolated from other arts and in its own discreet musical corner. Worse still from the perspective of those who would hope to make a living from it, it often seems that more people want to play the music than listen to it or, more ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

The NJE: Afloat

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When a jazz act takes on Jimi Hendrix, you know they do not lack for confidence. Are they experienced? They certainly are, for The NJE (Near Jazz Experience) is led by saxophonist Terry Edwards, whose many credits include Keziah Jones, Tom Waits and P J Harvey.

The NJE trio tackles Hendrix's “Voodoo Child" with ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Sue Rynhart at The Cresent Arts Centre

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Sue Rynhart
The Crescent Arts Centre
jny: Belfast, N. Ireland
September 7, 2017

Beatroot, Moving On Music's folk 'n' roots music festival, returned for its third annual outing with a typically eclectic line-up that embraced contemporary folk music of the broadest possible spectrum. With almost as much cross-genre pollination in ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Janet Staley: Whisper to the Wind

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Janet Staley is an artist who immediately appeals to listeners for her great personality and for her personal approach to songwriting and performing. Her new release, Whisper to the Wind, is a vivid example of the hard work and passion that fuels her creative vision.

The album features 11 stunning tracks that offer really ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

The Sextones: Moonlight Vision

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Led by songwriter, singer and guitarist Mark Sexton, The Sextones retreated to the relative isolation of Prairie Sun Studios in Sonoma (one of Tom Waits' favorite recording locations) to lay down their full-length debut. “One of the intentions of Moonlight Vision's production was to have a sonically classic sounding album--sounds that are reminiscent of music we ...

Groovin’ Hard In Every Style

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Big Mean Sound Machine
Runnin' for the Ghost
Peace & Rhythm | Blank Slate Records
2017

On Runnin' for the Ghost, Big Mean Sound Machine sounds intent on obliterating every imaginable musical border: the lines between regional or geographic styles, the divide between acoustic and electronic instruments, the ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Richie Cole: Blue Collar Bebopper

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Jazz alto saxophonist Richie Cole wants to reach out to you, whether you are the mayor of a highly popular tourist city or just a guy dropping over for a couple of beers.

“I play for people," says Cole. “People are all the same. If they understand or want to understand jazz, I welcome ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Roberto Gatto: vivere sbagliando è una gran perdita di tempo

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Tra una lezione e l'altra, abbiamo incontrato Roberto Gatto nel suo studio presso il Conservatorio di Latina, dove è titolare della cattedra di batteria e percussioni jazz. Ripercorrendo la carriera di uno tra i più illustri batteristi del panorama jazz italiano e internazionale, ne è scaturita una lunga e piacevole chiacchierata fra aneddoti, ricordi e progetti ...