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Ferit Odman: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by William Carey

Autumn in New York comes via Turkish drummer Ferit Odman--who leads this session featuring an all-American band playing straight-ahead tunes--but this is a far cry from a “drummer's date." Both members of the frontline--trumpeter Terell Stafford and alto saxophonist Vincent Herring--were referred to as “young lions" early in their careers, and sound very much at home ...

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Ithamara Koorax: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Spilling over with jazz and pop classics, Autumn in New York is probably the best program yet from blossoming Brazilian vocalist Ithamara Koorax.

Like almost every other female vocalist from Brazil, Koorax sounds influenced by Flora Purim--heard, for example, in her fearless hopscotch jumps across the endpoints of her entire vocal range. Also like ...

Pete Malinverni: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

Remaining just a bit below the radar scans of all but the most astute jazz followers, New Yorker Pete Malinverni has recorded a total of four albums now for the Reservoir label and each one has spoken eloquently for a greater appreciation of his gifts.

His most recent is Autumn in New York (Reservoir 171) and ...

Pete Malinverni: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Dedicated to two friends who heroically perished on that fatal New York autumn morning, the stark black and white “In Memoriam" look of pianist Pete Malinverni's new release belies the hope that lies within. Malinverni reprises the Vernon Duke classic title and tastefully uses his friends' courageous acts to deliver a prayer of hope to the ...

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Pete Malinverni: Autumn in New York

Read "Autumn in New York" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

In the piano trio format, there's no faking it. Technical prowess is necessary, but if that's all there is, the resulting sounds have a feel of sterility; the music, no matter how well-executed, sinks into the forgettable category.

Pianist Pete Malinverni has the goods in terms of experience: classical studies, a degree from the prestigious ...