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ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Eric Ineke: Surveying the European Jazz Scene

Read "Eric Ineke: Surveying the European Jazz Scene" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

[This is the fourth of the All About Jazz series on “The Many Faces of Jazz Today: Critical Dialogues" in which we explore the current state of jazz around the world with musicians, journalists, and entrepreneurs who give us their own unique perspectives.

Jazz originated in America, but Europe has made and still makes ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Merano Jazz 2017

Read "Merano Jazz 2017" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Merano Jazz 2017
Teatro Puccini
Merano
10-13.07.2017

Da molti anni l'appuntamento di Merano Jazz è imperniato su tre concerti e cinque giornate intense di corsi dell'Accademia Mitteleuropea, diretti da Franco D'Andrea ed Ewald Kontschieder. In ogni edizione si invita un artista diverso per la masterclass principale, e dal 2002 sono passati ...

John Lindberg: Western Edges

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Released simultaneously with Born In An Urban Ruin (Clean Feed, 2016), Western Edges reveals yet another facet of bassist John Lindberg's interest. The Raptor Trio reunites Lindberg with saxophonist Pablo Calogero, a comrade from NYC's loft jazz era, when both were 16 years old. Calogero, who was also involved in proto hiphop groups, has been little ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Intervista a Enrico Pieranunzi

Read "Intervista a Enrico Pieranunzi" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig

Da Charlie Parker a Bruno Canino, da Chet Baker a Domenico Scarlatti, passando per George Gershwin e la musica folklorica romana. In occasione di un suo recente progetto dedicato alla figura di Gershwin, abbiamo avuto il piacere di incontrare Enrico Pieranunzi per una lunga e stimolante chiacchierata, ripercorrendo insieme la sua carriera ultra- quarantennale.

Bill Evans: Time Remembered (The Life and Music of Bill Evans)

Read "Bill Evans: Time Remembered (The Life and Music of Bill Evans)" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Bill Evans: Time Remembered (The Life and Music of Bill Evans)
A Film by Bruce Spiegel
2016

In the opening segment of Bruce Spiegel's splendid Bill Evans documentary, Time Remembered, Evans explains in an early interview: “Ultimately, I came to the conclusion that all I must do is take care ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Matty Harris: Double Septet

Read "Double Septet" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Laureatosi al California Institute of the Arts, il trentenne sassofonista Matty Harris pubblica il secondo disco del suo Double Septet, un organico d'avanguardia comprendente il settantenne Vinny Golia -ancora in gran forma -e validi strumentisti operanti in California. L'organico ha debuttato nel 2013 con l'album Songs e quasi gli stessi componenti. Negli anni precedenti, a partire ...

Gavin Templeton: Ballast

Read "Ballast" reviewed by Dave Wayne

A native of Reno, Nevada, alto saxophonist Gavin Templeton is emerging as one of the leading voices of Los Angeles' suddenly burgeoning modern jazz scene. If the music on Ballast, his fourth album as a leader, is any indication, Templeton might just be on his way to becoming one of the leading voices in modern jazz, ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

John Scofield: Live

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John Scofield
Live
Enja Records
1977

After a lengthy hiatus, Rediscovery returns with an album that may not have represented the first time I'd heard John Scofield...but it was certainly the album that cemented my already firm impression that this was a guitarist on whom I'd have to keep a close watch. Nearly ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Deborah Shulman: My Heart's In The Wind

Read "My Heart's In The Wind" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

My Heart's In The Wind is a modest and muted affair, understated in nature yet emotionally stirring in its own way. It's a collection of music that speaks directly to intimacy, loss, and the bends in life's road. The eleven tracks presented on this quiet beauty tap into a variety of emotions, with love, sadness, mourning, ...

Bill Evans

Read "Bill Evans" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

Arguably the greatest jazz pianist of the 1960s and '70s, Bill Evans is generally acknowledged as the most influential pianist since Bud Powell and a primary influence on players such as Keith Jarrett and Chick Corea. Evans co-wrote Kind Of Blue with Miles Davis and some consider the pianist's Sunday At The Village Vanguard the best ...


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