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ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Roberto Gatto: vivere sbagliando è una gran perdita di tempo

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Tra una lezione e l'altra, abbiamo incontrato Roberto Gatto nel suo studio presso il Conservatorio di Latina, dove è titolare della cattedra di batteria e percussioni jazz. Ripercorrendo la carriera di uno tra i più illustri batteristi del panorama jazz italiano e internazionale, ne è scaturita una lunga e piacevole chiacchierata fra aneddoti, ricordi e progetti ...

Jimi Hendrix: Machine Gun: Live At The Fillmore East First Show

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Dopo l'esibizione a Woodstock, a metà agosto del 1969, Jimi Hendrix tornò a concentrarsi sul trio come formato per le sue esibizioni. Gli Experience si erano sciolti qualche mese prima e Jimi decise di chiamare il noto batterista Buddy Miles, affiancandolo al bassista Billy Cox che già faceva parte del gruppo più allargato che si era ...

Columbia Years 1968-1969

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La piccola ma intraprendente casa discografica statunitense, Light in the Attic, in collaborazione con la major Sony/Columbia, piazza un uppercut formidabile che toglie il velo ad uno dei misteri meglio preservati della discografia del secolo scorso. Vengono infatti pubblicati per la prima volta i cinque brani che Betty Davis, nata Betty Mabry e sposata con Miles ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix at the Isle of Wight

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Jimi Hendrix
Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix at the Isle of Wight
Sony Legacy Music
2014

Due di notte all'isola di Wight. La terza edizione del festival, quella più famosa, sta per terminare con l'esibizione del chitarrista mancino che ha cambiato la storia della musica. Era il 31 di agosto del ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Partisans: Never the Same Way Twice

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It's been five years since Partisans--the British jazz group (not to be confused with the also-British punk rock band The Partisans) cited as the godfathers of the new wave of British jazz, first emerging in 1997 with the out-of-print self-titled debut on the EFZ label--last released an album, specifically the superlative By Proxy (Babel, 2009), which ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Workin' II - Irish Jazz Showcase: Dublin, Ireland, May 26, 2013

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Workin' II: Irish Jazz Showcase
Workman's Club
Dublin, Ireland
May 26, 2013

Where do you go to see Afro-Peruvian jazz, an 18-piece Sun Ra tribute band, neo-soul, vocal jazz, trios, quartets and electronic music with live horn processing, all on the same day? The Workman's Club in Dublin, Ireland, of course. Workin' II, a mini-festival ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Greg Lake: Westbury, NY, April 22, 2012

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Greg Lake: The Songs of A Lifetime
NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Westbury, New York
April 22, 2012
Emerson, Lake & Palmer, King Crimson, Ringo Starr, Percy Sledge, Robert Fripp and The Who...what they all have in common is Greg Lake. Lake is the voice behind the original King Crimson (which he ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Jimi Hendrix: More to Experience

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In the near half-century since Jimi Hendrix's death, the passion the late guitarist's music elicits includes deep feelings about how his art has been presented posthumously. Accordingly, the reaction to the release of the four-CD Winterland box set, in combination with an expanded edition of one the earliest (and most sought after out-of-circulation) posthumous ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

WOMAD: Malmesbury, England, July 29-31, 2011

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WOMAD
Charlton Park
Malmesbury, England
July 29-31, 2011
The World Of Music, Arts & Dance, which will celebrate it's 30th anniversary in 2012, is almost certainly the biggest, best and longest-established international festival of global sounds. With its roots in England, the organization has steadily cultivated a worldwide ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Brent Canter: Urgency Of Now

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Red flags usually pop up the minute an organ is spotted on the personnel list of a record. Regardless of the quality of the music, the direction is often set in stone, with bluesy Jimmy Smith-style swing dominating the proceedings, but that doesn't always prove to be true. In fact, guitarist Brent Canter's Urgency Of Now ...