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Tellef Øgrim: LAIV

Read "LAIV" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There are very good reasons not to approach animals in the wild. Chief among them is survival. Sure, all those nature documentaries and children's cartoons show the playful offspring romping in nature's glory. What they fail to reveal is the eviscerated body of the gentle nature photographer who got too close.

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Peeter Uuskyla / Tellef Øgrim / Anders Berg: Ullr

Read "Ullr" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Thirty years ago, the trio Power Tools made a one-off recording Strange Meeting (Antilles New Directions, 1987). The long out-of-print LP by Bill Frisell, Melvin Gibbs, and Ronald Shannon Jackson is on many a collector's want list. While only a short-lived band, its memory persists. It was for many, a perfect storm of free-metal-jazz music. If ...

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Intervista a Roberto Bellatalla

Read "Intervista a Roberto Bellatalla" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig

Se i concetti di fraternità e universalità da sempre caratterizzano il jazz in tutte le sue forme, senza dubbio e a buon diritto Roberto Bellatalla ne può essere considerato uno dei massimi ambasciatori.

Amsterdam, Londra, Johannesburg. Quaranta anni di storia (e di storie), poi il ritorno a casa. Ammesso e non concesso che ...

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Peter Brotzmann / Steve Noble: I Am Here Where Are You

Read "I Am Here Where Are You" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The greatest artists in history have never been able to capture the immensity of the American sequoia trees. Like the Grand Canyon, their gargantuan size cannot successfully be reduced to canvas by painters like Albert Bierstadt or Thomas Hill, nor captured on gelatin silver prints by photographers like Ansel Adams. Seeing is, indeed, believing. Just like ...

Peter Brötzmann - Peeter Uuskyla: Born Broke

Read "Born Broke" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Un ritmo regolare, quasi da marcia militare, e il richiamo tribale delle pelli percosse dal legno delle bacchette. E’ l’inizio di Born Broke e proprio in questo gioco di contrasti, di elementi estetici apparentemente inconciliabili risiede il fascino dell’incisione. Perché poi, su questo tappeto ritmico quasi metronomico, si inseriscono il sax tenore e il clarinetto di Peter ...