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Luke Gillespie: Moving Mists

Read "Moving Mists" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Insegnante di piano jazz all'Indiana University e leader di un trio, Luke Gillespie ha mostrato in altri dischi di saper rileggere con inventiva il songbook jazzistico, aggiungendo personali doti d'autore. Vive e opera lontano da New York in una dimensione apparata ma il suo pianismo non è inferiore a quello di artisti più noti. Nel suo ...

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Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet: The Rhythm of Invention

Read "The Rhythm of Invention" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Da qualche tempo anche il latin jazz di matrice afro-cubana cerca nuove forme d'espressione, pur rispettando i suoi caratteri tipici. In questo nuovo lavoro il quintetto di Wayne Wallace amplia quanto iniziato nel precedente Canto America dove coniugava ritmi del folklore caraibico e motivi del tipico latin jazz con orchestrazioni per archi. La ...

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Trombonist Wayne Wallace racking up Grammy nods with distinctive record label

Read "Trombonist Wayne Wallace racking up Grammy nods with distinctive record label" reviewed by David Becker

Usually when a musician starts a record label, it's with no intent beyond releasing his own music. Not so with San Francisco-based trombonist Wayne Wallace. Since forming Patois Records (Motto: “Promoting improvisation") more than a decade ago, Wallace has used the label as a vehicle to promote both his own Latin jazz work and music of ...

Canto América

Label: Patois Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Canto América (Amanecer/Dawn); La Propaganda De Hoy; Stardust; Afro Blue; Hispaniola; El Médico; El Caldero De Ogun; Ochun's Road; Canto América (Puesta Del Sol/Sunset).

Intercambio

Label: Patois Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Casa Del Sol; Shutter Bug; Solar; Guarachando; Equinox; Como Vai; Algo Bueno; Timbázo; Heart and Soul; Circle.

Canto América

Label: Patois Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Canto América (Amanecer/Dawn); La Propaganda De Hoy; Stardust; Afro Blue; Hispaniola; El Médico; El Caldero De Ogun; Ochun’s Road; Canto América (Puesta Del Sol/Sunset).

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Michael Spiro, Wayne Wallace, La Orquesta Sinfonietta: Canto América

Read "Canto América" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Impegnati da decenni nella valorizzazione del jazz di matrice afro-cubana, Michael Spiro e Wayne Wallace operano qui una fusione tra ritmi del folklore caraibico, motivi del tipico latin jazz e orchestrazioni classiche per archi. Un progetto ambizioso che può sembrare nuovo ma rinnova un incontro lontano. “La musica latina della tradizione ha sempre avuto saldi legami ...

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Michael Spiro/Wayne Wallace: Canto América

Read "Canto América" reviewed by James Nadal

The historical evolution of the Caribbean Basin and specifically the Greater Antilles, has been over five hundred years in the making. The triangular connections between Europe, Africa, and the New World with its ensuing social and economic constraints, established the conditions for an innovative culture in the region. The enculturation process led to the creolization of ...

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Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet: Intercambio

Read "Intercambio" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Trombonista, bandleader e produttore, Wayne Wallace è una delle figure eminenti del Latin Jazz, termine ovviamente riduttivo che non coglie la ricchezza della fusione tra ritmi caraibici e jazz moderno. Per comodità, l'etichetta è comunque in uso e in questa categoria Intercambio ha ottenuto una nomination al Grammy Awards del febbraio 2016 (premio poi andato a ...

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Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet: Intercambio

Read "Intercambio" reviewed by James Nadal

The music that commenced as accompaniment to ancestral rituals and gained its popularity in dancehalls and ballrooms, has come of age. Latin infused jazz, has been steadily evolving since the African drums came to the Caribbean, and melded with European musical influences. Trombonist, composer, arranger, and producer Wayne Wallace is aptly tuned into this evolutionary process ...


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