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The Landrus Kaleidoscope: Capsule

Read "Capsule" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Forward del 2007 ci aveva fatto conoscere il talentuoso multistrumentista Brian Landrus in compagnia di musicisti affermati (suoi ex insegnanti) quali George Garzone, John Lockwood, Bob Moses. Forward era album ben suonato ma ancora troppo legato ad una concezione scolastica del pensiero musicale. Da allora il ragazzo è cresciuto, ha registrato altri CD (tra i quali Traverse a suo ...

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The Landrus Kaleidoscope: Capsule

Read "Capsule" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Brian Landrus is a striking baritone saxophonist and appears to have become a full-time bass clarinetist as well. Landrus is unique and unlike anyone else in his tribe because he appears to have a genuine and very deep passion for the bass registers of the world. For all that is known he hears sounds that most ...

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The Landrus Kaleidoscope: Capsule

Read "Capsule" reviewed by Dave Wayne

After exploring post-bop and free-ish jazz with his first two CDs, multi-reed player Brian Landrus extends his stylistic range into the realm of electric jazz with Capsule. Despite listing Fender Rhodes and electric guitar among the CD credits, Capsule is not really a fusion record. Rather, it's a jazz recording with some electronic instrumentation, along the ...

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The Landrus Kaleidoscope: Capsule

Read "Capsule" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

On Capsule his second album on his own BlueLand label, baritone saxophonist and reed multi-instrumentalist, Brian Landrus pushes the boundaries of jazz and explores a more fusion-like style inspired by Motown and other related genres.

Contributing to this electric sound is the addition of Nir Felder to the rhythm section whose Jimi Hendrix-like ...