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Rosario Bonaccorso Quartet: A New Home

Read "A New Home" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There is a trend in jazz today to abandon beauty for technical ability. Odd meter and eccentric changes replace sympathetic music making, favoring skills over art. Thank the heavens there are those who have never abandoned beauty. One such musician is bassist Rosario Bonaccorso. His quartet recording A New Home is an exercise in elegance and ...

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Enzo Pietropaoli, Julian Mazzariello, Alessandro Paternesi: The Princess

Read "The Princess" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Piano trio tradizionale, impegnato su “standard del pop" riletti con meditata attenzione, sempre su tempi lenti e con partecipazione emotiva: si può riassumere così questo The Princess, del contrabbassista Enzo Pietropaoli, che vede al pianoforte Julian Mazzariello e alla batteria Alessandro Paternesi.

Il programma si apre con un brano di John Lennon e prosegue ...

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Enzo Pietropaoli: The Princess

Read "The Princess" reviewed by Mark Corroto

It can be risky for jazz musicians to play pop songs. They have to navigate the memories that each composition holds for the listener while also making the music distinctive and personal. Miles Davis could do it with Michael Jackson's “Human Nature" and Cyndi Lauper's “Time After Time," and of course Sonny Rollins can make any ...

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Rosario Bonaccorso: A Beautiful Story

Read "A Beautiful Story" reviewed by Mark Corroto

What does Theodore Roosevelt have do do with jazz? The saying “speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far," is attributed to the American President (1901-1909). What isn't well known is that he borrowed the proverb from West Africa. Which brings us full circle to African Americans, and, of course, jazz. That same ...

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Enrico Pieranunzi: My Songbook

Read "My Songbook" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

La frequentazione di Enrico Pieranunzi con il mondo della canzone risale al 1979, al primo incontro tra il pianista ed il trombettista Chet Baker. Nel corso della sua carriera il muscista romano ha poi approfondito con varie interpreti femminili le potenzialità insite nell'universo canzone.

In My Songbook la presenza della voce di Simona Severini ...

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Alessandro Galati Trio: On A Sunny Day

Read "On A Sunny Day" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Dopo il riuscito Seals, il secondo disco del trio di Alessandro Galati conferma la crescita di una formazione la cui intesa continua a maturare grazie al maggior rodaggio e alle tournée fatte nel frattempo.

Il lavoro include, con una sola eccezione, tutte composizioni del pianista fiorentino, dall'andamento prevalentemente narrativo ma con atmosfere anche assai ...

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Ameen Saleem: The Groove Lab

Read "The Groove Lab" reviewed by Alex Franquelli

Composer Irving Berlin once famously said that “everybody ought to have a Lower East Side in their life." True and, although technically speaking Brooklyn is not part of the octagon that thrives between Houston Street and FRD Drive, the groove, that precious intimate rumble of inspiration, is the one element that connects one area with the ...

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Funk Off: Things Change

Read "Things Change" reviewed by Alex Franquelli

The whole point, when it comes to marching bands, is that they have to well, stroll around while playing their instruments. I guess, you guess, that the whole point is lost on CD, where the mono-dimensional (time) facet of the spectrum monopolises the dynamics of the whole. Things Change makes obviously no exception, but does it ...

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Francesco Nastro Trio: Colors of Light

Read "Colors of Light" reviewed by Alex Franquelli

As soon as one lets Francesco Nastro's fingers fondle those keys the way he does on “E all'Improvviso il Sole," the musical geometries that create Colors of Light finally come to life. The music springs from a cocoon-like environment in which pianists the likes of Bill Evans and Brad Mehldau must have forgotten their instruments around, ...

Max Ionata, Dado Moroni: Two for Stevie

Read "Two for Stevie" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Stevie Wonder occupa sicuramente un posto di rilievo nella storia della Black Music, posizionandosi all'incrocio tra soul, rhythm & blues, funk e jazz. I suoi temi hanno fornito stimolo e ispirazione a innumerevoli musicisti di varia estrazione che li hanno interpretati in tanti modi diversi. A questa lista si aggiungono ora il sassofonista Max Ionata e ...