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Charles Hayward - Han-Earl Park - Ian Smith plus Lol Coxhill: Mathilde 253

Read "Mathilde 253" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Mathilde 253. Come l'asteroide del diametro di 53 km scoperto nel 1885 da Johann Palisa. Come il trio di improvvisatori che con l'omonimo album di debutto ci presenta una musica che sembra provenire da un altro pianeta. Un oggetto spaziale non identificato che lambisce la terra, le sue miserie e le sue tribolazioni, e lancia un ...

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Charles Lloyd: The Water Is Wide

Read "The Water Is Wide" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Tenor saxophonist Charles Lloyd pursues a slightly different angle on his new and seventh “ECM” release titled, The Water Is Wide. Lloyd continues to utilize the exemplary talents of drummer Billy Higgins and guitarist John Abercrombie, who both performed on the artist’s previous effort, Voice In The Night. While the saxophonist also enlists young wunderkind pianist ...

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Charles Lloyd: The Water Is Wide

Read "The Water Is Wide" reviewed by David Adler

Not much could have gone wrong with this disc. Lloyd, one of jazz’s most distinctive tenor stylists, kept Billy Higgins and John Abercrombie on board from last year’s Voice In the Night, adding Brad Mehldau on piano and Larry Grenadier on bass. Abercrombie, however, only appears on four of the 12 tracks. Most of the session ...

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Charles Lloyd: The Water Is Wide

Read "The Water Is Wide" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Tenor saxophonist Charles Lloyd pursues a slightly different angle on his new and seventh “ECM” release titled, The Water Is Wide. Lloyd continues to utilize the exemplary talents of drummer Billy Higgins and guitarist John Abercrombie, who both performed on the artist’s previous effort, Voice In The Night. While the saxophonist also enlists young wunderkind pianist ...

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Charles Lloyd: The Water is Wide

Read "The Water is Wide" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

These are busy guys so it took a long time to work out the schedule for a recording session back in December of 1999, but Charles Lloyd managed to bring together this cross-generational fellowship and the results are indeed splendid. John Abercrombie and Billy Higgins are holdovers from the Voice in the Night album, with pianist ...

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Charles Brown: Blues And Other Love Songs

Read "Blues And Other Love Songs" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

R&B legend Charles Brown passed away in 1999 at the age of seventy-seven as his career represented something of a paradox. The pianist/vocalist/songwriter enjoyed success with a string of hits in the 40’s then seemed to drift into obscurity until his talents were rediscovered in the 90’s as he also became the recipient of the “Lifetime ...

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Charles Brown: Blues And Other Love Songs

Read "Blues And Other Love Songs" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

R&B legend Charles Brown passed away in 1999 at the age of seventy-seven as his career represented something of a paradox. The pianist/vocalist/songwriter enjoyed success with a string of hits in the 40’s then seemed to drift into obscurity until his talents were rediscovered in the 90’s as he also became the recipient of the “Lifetime ...

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Charles Brown: Blues And Other Love Songs

Read "Blues And Other Love Songs" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Labeled as a blues singer, pianist Charles Brown walks the line between jazz, blues and a long lost genre, popular music. Born in 1922 and classically trained on the ivories, Brown began singing during wartime and was often compared to Nat King Cole. During the forties and fifties, singing R&B didn’t mean rap nor did it ...

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Charles Earland: Cookin' With The Mighty Burner

Read "Cookin' With The Mighty Burner" reviewed by Douglas Payne

Charles Earland - organ jazz's Mighty Burner -- hit hard in 1969 applying his own B-3 groove to soulful pop hits like “More Today Than Yesterday." After a fairly adventuresome set of records for the Prestige label in the early 1970s, Earland drifted to disco for Mercury in the mid-1970s and fusion for Columbia later in ...

Charles Lloyd: Voice in the Night

Read "Voice in the Night" reviewed by Larry Koenigsberg

Although Voice in the Night marks Charles Lloyd's return after over three decades to recording with guitar rather than piano as the chordal instrument, the most notable feature of his new CD is his return to form, as opposed to merely a return to format. He sounds the best he has since he left his Big ...


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