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Content by tag "Fortune Productions"

Daniel Toledo Trio & Pianohooligan: Atrium

Read "Atrium" reviewed by James Nadal

Jazz left the shores of America long ago, and has been embraced across the planet as the music of choice for personal expansion and emotional expression. Case in point is the Daniel Toledo Trio & Pianohooligan, a triumvirate of youthful and impressive musicians, from three different countries, who have bonded over jazz's democratic status that everyone ...

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High Definition Quartet: Bukoliki

Read "Bukoliki" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Surprises abound on Poland's For-Tune Records label, reminding us of this country's well-known and important legacy within modern jazz circles. On the heels of their widely acclaimed debut Hopasa (Emarcy, 2013), the High Definition Quartet strikes again with this superfine effort that substantiates its moniker with the crystal clear audio characteristics and the musicians' strict attention ...

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Adam Pieronczyk & Miroslav Vitous: Wings

Read "Wings" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Based in Krakow, Poland, saxophonist Adam Pieronczyk crafted, in 2010, perhaps the finest recorded tribute to his countryman, Krzysztof Komeda, with Komeda: The Innocent Sorcerer (Jazzwerkstatt). Komeda was a seminal Polish jazz man who shifted his focus to soundtrack work, most famously with film maker Roman Polanski, and most notably on the 1968 psycho-horror movie, Rosemary's ...