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Tony Malaby's Tamarindo: San Francisco, CA, October 27, 2012

Read "Tony Malaby's Tamarindo: San Francisco, CA, October 27, 2012" reviewed by Harry S. Pariser

Tony Malaby's Tamarindo
Swedish American Hall
San Francisco, CA
October 27, 2012

Long a staple of the New York City jazz scene, Arizona native saxophonist Tony Malaby has appeared with such artists as pianist Fred Hersch and with ensembles such as bassist Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra. Malaby made his last Bay Area with LMO ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tony Malaby: Tamarindo

Read "Tamarindo" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

Saxophonist Tony Malaby is a relentless musical seeker, not content to bask in his growing renown. He constantly works in diverse groups, as both a leader and sideman, often favoring trios because their copious space accommodates his expansive ideas. His approach is contemporary; he seeks partners that are fully active in shaping and interpreting the music, ...

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Tony Malaby: Tamarindo

Read "Tamarindo" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Tony Malaby, originario dell'Arizona ma emigrato a New York ormai da qualche anno, non è un “giovanissimo," eppure compare sempre più spesso negli elenchi e nelle indicazioni sui migliori nuovi talenti. Questo suo nuovo lavoro discografico, che viene presentato in Italia con una serie di concerti proprio in questi giorni, dimostra bene tutto il suo valore sia di strumentista ...

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Tony Malaby: Tamarindo

Read "Tamarindo" reviewed by Troy Collins

Saxophonist Tony Malaby is rapidly becoming one of the most impressive artists of his generation. With a resume including memberships in Charlie Haden's Liberation Orchestra and Paul Motian's Electric Bebop Band, he has gone from ubiquitous to acclaimed, seemingly overnight. Tamarindo features Malaby fronting a powerhouse trio of his peers, including bassist William Parker and drummer ...

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Tony Malaby: Tamarindo

Read "Tamarindo" reviewed by Greg Camphire

Portugal's Clean Feed label is fast proving itself as one of the flagship supporters of modern jazz and improvised music around the world, with an international roster that includes some of the finest working musicians across America, Europe and beyond. Among its latest batch of impressive releases is Tamarindo, which captures the hardcore New York City ...