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Michael Bisio - Tomas Ulrich: Pulling Strings

Read "Pulling Strings" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Due veterani della etichetta discografica CIMP e del suo modo di interpretare la registrazione (senza missaggio a posteriori) si incontrano, questa volta senza accompagnamento di sorta, in una situazione abbastanza inusuale (ed anche difficile per l'ascoltatore). Il duo contrabbasso/violoncello è certamente per spiriti forti, ma i due intrepidi musicisti riescono a portare a compimento un'impresa musicale ...


Michael Bisio & Tomas Ulrich: Pulling Strings

Read "Pulling Strings" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Of all the string lineups, the bass and cello don't often get to hang together. The generally underutilized cello is often called in place of the bigger bass, or sometimes (as in Ron Carter's case) is used as a second instrument. The bass is generally not invited to string quartet parties, and it's generally paired with ...


Lori Andrews & Bart Samolis: Pulling Strings

Read "Pulling Strings" reviewed by Jim Santella

By inviting six stellar jazz saxophonists to sit in, Lori Andrews and Bart Samolis remind us of the contributions from that instrument throughout a century of growth. It's got the melody. Swirling alone and blending timbres with other members of the quartet, each saxophonist blazes improvised trails. Opting for a contemporary sound, Andrews colors a surround-sound ...


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