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ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

David Sancious: From Monk to Sting

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David Sancious is one of the most sought-after and sophisticated sidemen in the world of popular music. He has collaborated with the likes of Sting and Peter Gabriel and has been a member of the original E-Street Band led by Bruce Springsteen, not to mention countless gigs with superstars such as Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

David Sancious: da Monk a Sting

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Al fianco di Sting e Peter Gabriel, membro del primo nucleo della futura E--Street Band con Bruce Springsteen, senza contare la miriade di collaborazioni accanto a giganti come Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton e Santana. David Sancious è uno dei sideman più apprezzati e raffinati, un polistrumentista che --fra un disco e un tour mondiale --ha trovato ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Glenn Zaleski: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Originario del Massachusetts, il pianista Glenn Zaleski è uno dei giovani talenti emergenti sulla scena newyorchese. Questo Fellowship è il suo secondo lavoro, sempre per Sunnyside, dopo My Ideal, del 2015.

Si tratta in buona sostanza di un classico esempio di piano trio, dall'impostazione piuttosto tradizionale, ma diversamente dal precedente album, basato su standard ...

NEWS: RECORDING

American-British vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop debut album "Sorry Grateful" Available Now!

American-British vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop debut album "Sorry Grateful" Available Now!

Vocalist Allen Austin-Bishop's Sorry Grateful is an album comprised of jazz standards ranging from Errol Garner’s “Misty” and Johnny Mandel’s “The Shadow of Your Smile”, to Victor Young’s “When I Fall in Love” and Bart Howard’s “Fly Me to the Moon." Allen Austin-Bishop was born in Newark, New Jersey (USA) but is currently based in London. ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Randy Weston: Music of The Earth

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Pianist Randy Weston has long been known to be a student of his African heritage and proud of it. Born in Brooklyn, he has lived in Africa, been involved with musicians there--he has been involved with the entirety of its culture. An expert?

“I've lived there for years, man, and I know nothing," ...

ARTICLE: HISTORY OF JAZZ

Pittsburgh Jazz: A Brief History

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This article was first published at the Explore PA History website.

At first glance, Pittsburgh might not seem the most likely place to produce great jazz musicians. Situated on the western edge of the state, “Smoketown" was a gritty industrial city, better known for being the center of the nation's steel industry, than for ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

Stan Levey: Jazz Heavyweight

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Stan Levey: Jazz Heavyweight
Frank R. Hayde
224Pages
ISBN: #13978-1-59580-086-2
Santa Monica Press
2016

When one thinks of Bebop, the names Bird and Dizzy along with Monk, Max and Bud immediately pop up. In the mind's eye, one can see those classic Herman Leonard jazz photos of these Cats ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

"A Multitude of Angels" di Keith Jarrett Secondo Stefano Battaglia

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La ECM ha appena pubblicato A Moltitude of Angels, un cofanetto di quattro dischi che documentano altrettante staordinarie performance solistiche di Keith Jarrett registrate in Italia nel 1996. Ne abbiamo approfittato per chiedere ad uno dei principali pianisti italiani, Stefano Battaglia, una riflessione su questo ambizioso progetto discografico.

Quello che Battaglia ci ha inviato, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Clay Giberson: Pastures

Read "Pastures" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Clay Giberson has a fifteen year resume of fine recordings on Seattle's Origin Records label. The discs are, for the most part, solo and trio outings, with the trio sets appearing under his own name or that of his long-standing Upper Left Trio. Some examples: Spaceton's Approach, (2008), and Minga Minga (2015) as Clay Giberson; ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Conte Candoli: Sincerely, Conte

Read "Sincerely, Conte" reviewed by Richard  J Salvucci

On the old Tonight Show (as in Carson, not Leno, much less Parr), I once remember “Conte Candoli unwinding a great solo on “King Porter Stomp." No surprise, I guess, for a guy who cut his teeth with the big bands of the late 1940s. But as he went into his second chorus, he quoted “Epistrophy," ...