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TGB: III

Read "III" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Si chiama TGB il trio portoghese in questione, come tuba, chitarra, batteria ossia gli strumenti utilizzati in questo terzo lavoro, uscito per Clean Feed, come i precedenti Evil Things (2010) e Tuba, Guitarra & Bateria (2004) sempre per l'etichetta di Pedro Costa. Un sodalizio di lunga data che risale dunque al 2004 quando l'inusuale strumentazione, abbinata ...

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Backback: III

Read "III" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The initial impression of the jazz/rock trio Backback is that they take their cues form the Boston 90s indie band Morphine because the trio features the baritone saxophone of Marc De Maeseneer in most of their compositions. Indeed, III opens with the blues/funk/rocker “Joe" that riffs off of the deep grooves of rock. The trio is ...

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Walter Smith III: III

Read "III" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

While there are many saxophonists warranting greater recognition, Walter Smith III is consistently emerging as an identifiable voice among the masses. He's been making waves, whether performing across the waters in Spain with bassist Paco Charlin; recording in France on drummer Eric Harland's debut, Voyager Live by Night (Space Time, 2010); with trumpeter Christian Scott for ...

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Stanton Moore: III

Read "III" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Questo terzo lavoro da solista di Stanton Moore rimanda ad alcune tappe significative della storia del blues e della musica popolare statunitense. Le dodici misure e le cadenze blues qui sono colte nel loro incontro con il folklore, con il jazz e le sue forme improvvisative, con il rock e il funk, di cui questo disco trasuda abbondantemente. Il ...

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Stanton Moore: III

Read "III" reviewed by John Kelman

Sometimes it's fun to play “Six Degrees of Separation, though in the case of Stanton Moore's III, it's a simple game. The New Orleans drummer has worked with organist Robert Walter on numerous occasions, most recently on Walter's groove-centric Super Heavy Organ (Magnatude Records, 2005). Guitarist Will Bernard is no stranger to music with a visceral ...