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Content by tag "Milton Nascimento"

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Anat Cohen's Brazilian Bonanza: Outra Coisa and Rosa Dos Ventos

Read "Anat Cohen's Brazilian Bonanza: Outra Coisa and Rosa Dos Ventos" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

It's not exactly a secret that Anat Cohen is smitten with the music of Brazil. Her clarinet is a key voice on the Choro Ensemble's albums, she's peppered her own dates with the work of Milton Nascimento, Chico Buarque, Luiz Bonfa, and Hermeto Pascoal, and she made the rounds in New York clubs--and on a pair ...

Mistura Fina: A Little Bit Of This And A Little Bit Of That

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Over the last few decades, Denver, Colorado, has been recognized as an American renaissance city with a burgeoning jazz scene. The positive economic development of the state has resulted in an influx of new businesses, residents, and tourism, and the city is proud of the premier jazz venues, and local musicians with impressive talent. Latin jazz ...

Antonio Adolfo: Hybrido - From Rio To Wayne Shorter

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With well over thirty albums to his name, Brazilian composer and pianist Antonio Adolfo has now conjured up a really attractive paean to the master saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. The selection of tracks is excellent because it clearly demonstrates just how key a figure Shorter is to jazz. It doesn't replicate the 1988 Blue Note ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Pianist Antonio Adolfo releases "HYBRIDO-From Rio to Wayne Shorter" on AAM Music

Pianist Antonio Adolfo releases "HYBRIDO-From Rio to Wayne Shorter" on AAM Music

For the esteemed Brazilian composer/arranger/pianist Antonio Adolfo, his life’s work has been to bring to the world the diverse richness of the Brazilian musical traditions—with a particular focus upon its parallel developments with the profound legacy of jazz. But of equal importance is making great music, to which his many highly acclaimed and Latin Grammy-nominated albums ...

John Patitucci: Irmãos De Fé

Read "Irmãos De Fé" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Newvelle Records, the New York based, vinyl-only subscription label, was launched by jazz pianist by Elan Mehler and Parisian, Jean-Christophe Morisseau in 2016. With a high-end, boutique collection that has included digitally recorded, 180g pressings for Frank Kimbrough, Noah Preminger and Jack DeJohnette, the label opens its second season with the iconoclastic bassist, and multiple Grammy ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Matt Brewer: Unspoken

Read "Unspoken" reviewed by Andrew Luhn

Bassist Matt Brewer first revealed his talents as a bandleader and a composer on his 2014 Criss Cross debut Mythology. Brewer returns to the Criss Cross label for his sophomore effort with a completely new quintet to explore seven new original compositions, a Bill Frisell cover, and one Charlie Parker tune. Joining him this time around ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Jack DeJohnette at the Byrdcliffe Barn, Woodstock, N.Y

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Jack DeJohnette
Byrdcliffe Barn
Woodstock, NY
August 13, 2016

When the lights went out, the power came on.

Drummer Jack DeJohnette was scheduled to give a solo piano concert at the Byrdcliffe Barn--a century-old wooden structure-turned-concert venue--that had been part of the original Byrdcliffe Arts Colony ...

NEWS: AWARD / GRANT

Yes Legend Jon Anderson To Receive Prog God Award From Progressive Music Awards

Yes Legend Jon Anderson To Receive Prog God Award From Progressive Music Awards

Music legend Jon Anderson will be presented with the Prog God award at this year's Progressive Music Awards, in association with currencies.co.uk, which will be held at London’s Underglobe on September 1, 2016! This very special honor is awarded to musical innovators within the world of progressive rock music and sees Anderson joining such music luminaries ...

Take Five With Antonio Adolfo

Read "Take Five With Antonio Adolfo" reviewed by Antonio Adolfo

About Antonio Adolfo
Pianist, arranger, producer and educator Antonio Adolfo grew up in a musical family in jny: Rio de Janeiro and began his studies at the age of seven. At seventeen he was already a professional musician. His teachers include Deodato and Nadia Boulanger in jny: Paris. During the 60's he participated in ...

Jack DeJohnette: Return

Read "Return" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The only thing that Jack DeJohnette seems to have forgotten in his maturing years, is that, by the law of nature, he is supposed to be slowing down. Instead, as the composer/multi-instrumentalist heads toward his mid-seventies, he is as productive as he has ever been in his long, celebrated career. His releases over the past twelve ...


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