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Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

Non capita spesso di ascoltare dischi di notevole spessore. Pertanto, quando se ne presenta l'occasione è necessario, anzi doveroso, celebrarli con adeguata deferenza e, come oggetti preziosi, riservare loro un posto di assoluto rispetto nello scaffale che li accoglierà, posizionandoli di fianco ad altre opere del medesimo livello e, possibilmente, a portata di mano, così da ...

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Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Adventurous Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon is one of the most wide-ranging jazz guitarists working today, and one of the most prolific. This is his 19th album as a leader, and his third employing the “bassless trio" format, following Little River (Sazas, 2015) and Duality (Samo Records, 2011). British saxophonist Julian Argüelles (Loose Tubes, Django Bates, Carla ...

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Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

For a long time, Slovenian guitarist and composer, Samo Salamon, has pursued a particular path. His signature format has become the bassless trio and he has continued to find new possibilities in this relatively rare setting. The latest incarnation of the bassless trio consists of Salamon together with American powerhouse-drummer John Hollenbeck and the sophisticated British ...

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Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Little River

Read "Little River" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Trentasette anni, nato a Maribor (Slovenia), Samo Salamon è un prolifico chitarrista, compositore e leader, che dal 2003 a oggi ha realizzato 18 album alla guida di propri gruppi. Il valore dei partner che l'hanno affiancato in questi anni chiarisce bene la considerazione che ottiene tra i colleghi, anche se presso il pubblico e gli addetti ...

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Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Little River

Read "Little River" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

To call guitarist Samo Salamon prolific would be something of an understatement. Over the past decade Salamon has released more than fifteen albums, most of which document different cross-cultural trio and quartet explorations. His discography includes albums like Two Hours (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2006), a rhythm-plus-horn date with left-of-center players like tenor saxophonist Tony Malaby ...