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Loren Stillman: It Could Be Anything

Read "It Could Be Anything" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Una sorta di Francesco Cafiso d’oltreoceano ante-litteram (ha debuttato a quindici anni nientemeno che per la Soul Note) il contraltista Loren Stillman, ora ventiseienne, ha nel corso degli anni ricevuto una serie impressionante di riconoscimenti e attestati di stima, ma soprattutto ha coltivato interessi e frequentazioni che hanno contribuito al consolidamento di una visione musicale ad ampio respiro. Il riferimento ...

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Loren Stillman: It Could Be Anything

Read "It Could Be Anything" reviewed by John Kelman

Jazz fans seem to be constantly debating when the best period for jazz was. That some believe that now is unequivocally the worst time for a genre now in its second century is puzzling. The arguments most often heard have to do with there being no “significant innovations, and the predominance of high profile artists like ...

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Loren Stillman: It Could Be Anything

Read "It Could Be Anything" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

In a year when the hottest straight-ahead jazz CD featuring an alto saxophonist was recorded sixty years ago, it's important to remember that we must live in our own times as well. And in jazz music, where players carry on into their '80s, Loren Stillman at 23 is like a ten year-old playing major league baseball. ...