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ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Il meglio del 2016 secondo Claudio Bonomi

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Una top ten ecumenica quella del 2016 che prende un po' da tutti i generi e da tutti i Paesi. Si decolla da casa nostra, dalle Marche per la precisione, con gli Agorà che tornano alla ribalta con un live avvincente e non scontato che vede l'Area Patrizio Fariselli alle tastiere elettriche, per atterrare in Indonesia ...

NEWS: RECORDING

"Recalled To Life - Chapter One" CD/FLAC/MP3 Album By British Guitarist Steve Robinson Formerly With The Band 'igginbottom Which Also Included Guitarist Allan Holdsworth Now Available From Art Of Life Records.

"Recalled To Life - Chapter One" CD/FLAC/MP3 Album By British Guitarist Steve Robinson Formerly With The Band 'igginbottom Which Also Included Guitarist Allan Holdsworth Now Available From Art Of Life Records.

Art of Life Records is proud to present, Recalled to Life-Chapter One, the debut release by British guitarist and composer Steve Robinson. Steve was a member of the British group 'Igginbottom which recorded the album “Igginbottoms Wrench" in 1969 which also included guitarist Allan Holdsworth. Recalled to Life-Chapter One includes ten original compositions by Steve and ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

2004 Festival of New Trumpet Music

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The 2004 Festival of New Trumpet Music (FONT) will be held throughout the month at various participating Manhattan venues. As the name implies, this festival will feature new compositions and innovative musical configurations and musical settings, intended to constitute as a whole what trumpeter Roy Campbell (trumpeter, co-founder and co-curator of the festival) terms the “United ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

The John Scofield Band: Uberjam

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The opening seconds of “Acidhead, the first track of guitarist John Scofield's latest recording, Uberjam, are enough to alert the jazz purist that the road ahead might be bumpy. The tune opens with what sounds like a sitar""but with all the electronics on this recording, it could be a sample, a keyboard, or Scofield's guitar""soon giving ...