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Marco Cappelli's Italian Surf Academy: The American Dream

Read "The American Dream" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il gotha degli autori italiani di musica da film, periodo fine anni sessanta inizio settanta, riunito in questa incisione dal chitarrista Marco Cappelli che, con quei film e con quella musica, è cresciuto, sognando praterie sconfinate, cavalieri intrepidi, surfisti spericolati impegnati in evoluzioni sotto lo sguardo ammiccante di ragazze mozzafiato. E naturalmente le chitarre dei Beach Boys e di Dick ...

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Marco Cappelli: The American Dream

Read "The American Dream" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Things get lost in translation. It's inevitable, and it's not just words and meaning. Cultural things morph. Take a Venetian or Roman to an Olive Garden restaurant in America and she won't recognize much on the menu, or send an American to Puglia with the task of finding a pizza pocket. Some things just don't translate.

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Anthony Braxton / Jerry Hemmingway: Old Dogs

Read "Old Dogs" reviewed by Mark Corroto

It is very difficult to separate the music of saxophonist Anthony Braxton and percussionist Gerry Hemingway from the actual experience of listening to four-disc, four-plus hour Old Dogs (2007). Each disc represents a morning or afternoon's work, recorded at Wesleyan University in early August, 2007, requiring almost complete immersion--letting go each moment, as it passes. There ...

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Joe McPhee: Voices: 10 Improvisations

Read "Voices: 10 Improvisations" reviewed by Lyn Horton

Being able to speak a language well implies a command of its syntactical dimensions. A fearless approach to maximizing the expression of ideas within language signifies creativity. Common to both a command of language and creativity is the principle of voice, which distinguishes itself from all similar practice. In music, voice simply, unquestionably, identifies how the ...

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Gavin Bryars: The Marvellous Aphorisms of Gavin Bryars: The Early Years

Read "The Marvellous Aphorisms of Gavin Bryars: The Early Years" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

While Gavin Bryars is best known for his long-form compositions ("The Sinking of the Titanic, Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet), he also played a significant role in the early development of British free improv, playing bass in the trio Joseph Holbrooke with Derek Bailey and Tony Oxley. He left the trio, which was far from ...

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Marco Cappelli: Extreme Guitar Project

Read "Extreme Guitar Project" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

The talented Italian guitarist Marco Cappelli's love affair with New York City began with a trip in 2002, which led to him commissioning a series of compositions for solo guitar. That set of pieces--the “Extreme Guitar Project --is a remarkable collection, allowing at once a variety of vantages of the composers, the interpreter and the guitar. ...