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ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Stefano Amerio: 20 anni di Artesuono

Read "Stefano Amerio: 20 anni di Artesuono" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Sono passati ormai diversi anni da quando abbiamo intervistato Stefano Amerio, tecnico del suono e patron di Artesuono, lo studio di registrazione più noto e affermato d'Italia e anche d'Europa, almeno per l'ambito jazzistico. Ma Artesuono è anche un'etichetta discografica con un catalogo ampio e interessante, ancorché popolato di prodotti prevalentemente di area friulana. Un etichetta ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Kenny Werner: The Space

Read "The Space" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Let's ruminate on the state of jazz piano in the year 2018. It is a rich time, when perhaps a dozen hugely talented artists have reached the peaks of their artistry. Keith Jarrett, Marc Copland, Brad Mehldau, Bobo Stenson, Denny Zeitlin, Fred Hersch and a handful more are creating some of the richest and most beautiful ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Keith Jarrett: La Fenice

Read "La Fenice" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Keith Jarrett stands alone in the history of improvised solo piano masterpieces. He comes close with La Fenice, a pristine, two-disc archival release. Recorded in July of 2006 at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice, the phoenix rises with an inspiration and open communication only Jarrett can channel.

Emotionally captivating as all his ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Ambrose Akinmusire, Dairo Miyamoto and Other Great New Releases

Read "Ambrose Akinmusire, Dairo Miyamoto and Other Great New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week we'll go through a heap of outstanding new releases, ranging from tributes to seminal albums like Soul Station by Eli Degibri and the Far East Suite by Pierre Bertrand, to new releases by master pianists like Keith Jarrett, Brad Mehldau (in an unreleased duo with Charlie Haden!), Aaron Parks and Simone Graziano. Seasond avant-veterans ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Brad Mehldau / Charlie Haden: Long Ago and Far Away

Read "Long Ago and Far Away" reviewed by Luca Casarotti

Il 5 novembre 2007, il pianista Brad Mehldau e il contrabbassista Charlie Haden si esibiscono per la prima volta in duo alla Christuskirche di Mannheim, in Germania, in occasione dell'Enjoy Jazz Festival. A undici anni di distanza, la storica etichetta discografica Impulse! pubblica ora la registrazione di quel concerto, con il titolo Long Ago and Far ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Nikita Rafaelov: Spirit of Gaia

Read "Spirit of Gaia" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Russia-born pianist Nikita Rafaelov adopted Finland as his homeland, and music as his passion. He began with the classics at an early age before the inspirations of Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett and John Coltrane came his way. His jazz recording debut on Copenhagen, Denmark's Gotta Let it Out Records, Spirit of Gaia, is described as: ..."a ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Keith Jarrett: La Fenice

Read "La Fenice" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

La pubblicazione di questo CD era attesa da molto tempo, già programmata quando il concerto fu registrato nel Luglio 2006 nel prestigioso scenario del Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, dove il pianista si era esibito in precedenza solo una volta come membro del gruppo di Miles Davis ben 35 anni prima. Non sappiamo quali siano stati ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Guido Harari, dietro al mirino come un jazzista

Read "Guido Harari, dietro al mirino come un jazzista" reviewed by Luca Muchetti

"Potresti dire che sono un fotografo jazz, alla faccia di chi mi definisce da sempre un fotografo rock!." Guido Harari scherza volentieri sulla sua nomea di “fotografo musicale," autore di alcuni degli scatti entrati nell'immaginario collettivo e che ritraggono artisti come David Bowie, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Fabrizio De André (alcuni dei ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Alan Broadbent: Intimate Reflections on a Passion for Jazz

Read "Alan Broadbent: Intimate Reflections on a Passion for Jazz" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Pianist, composer, and arranger Alan Broadbent doesn't just “dig" jazz. He has a deep and enduring passion for it. Growing up in mid- 20th-century New Zealand, he quickly went beyond piano lessons to reading musical scores and learning jazz standards. Then, when the Dave Brubeck Quartet came to his relatively isolated hometown of Auckland, his love ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Charles Lloyd: Love-In

Read "Love-In" reviewed by Chris May

Five decades after the event, Charles Lloyd's Love-In, recorded live at San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium in 1967, endures as much as an archaeological artefact as a musical document. From sleeve designer Stanislaw Zagorski's treatment of Rolling Stone photographer Jim Marshall's cover shot, through the album title and some of the track titles ("Tribal Dance," “Temple Bells"), ...