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Daniel Ori: So It Goes

Read "So It Goes" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

There exists a triple point where adult contemporary, modern, and acoustic improvisatory jazz meet and exist together in an equilibrium where none of the three schools dominate the other two. While real, this creative point remains oddly elusive. Enter Israeli bassist Daniel Ori, whose second recording, So It Goes edges ever closer to the desirable goal ...

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Daniel Ori: So It Goes

Read "So It Goes" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Fate deals its own cards. The first instrument of choice for bassist Daniel Ori was the piano which he began playing at his grandmother's house. When he was 14, Ori noticed his brother's electric bass and picked it up. From then on he began his musical journey getting involved with jazz which he began studying in ...

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Daniel Ori: So It Goes

Read "So It Goes" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il percorso del contrabbassista israeliano Daniel Ori è simile a quello di molti suoi conterranei. Passione per la musica favorita da un ambiente famigliare quasi sempre dedito ad attività artistiche, folgorazione per il jazz, studi per lo più accademici e poi il grande balzo oltreoceano a contatto con le nuove realtà della musica improvvisata ma anche desiderosi di toccare ...

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Matt Shulman: So It Goes

Read "So It Goes" reviewed by Celeste Sunderland

Take a trumpet trio that could have waltzed through the revolving doors of a '50s supper club, add sparse vocals, multiphonics, and lightly perceptible electronics, and you have a jazz group for the 21st Century. Trumpet player Matt Shulman is among a group of young jazz composers who are unafraid to step beyond traditional constraints, still ...

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Matt Shulman: So It Goes

Read "So It Goes" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Matt Shulman's second self-produced CD, So It Goes, is fresh, innovative, and just plain different. With hints of Chris Botti, Miles Davis, and others, the album is a pleasant, perhaps even enchanting, collection of six original tunes and three standards. Shulman, who handles vocals, trumpet and effects--aided by sidemen Matt Clohesy on acoustic bass and Jason ...