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Tangostinato: Via Della Gioia

Read "Via Della Gioia" reviewed by Jim Olin

Tangostinato is a music project with a one-of-a-kind approach to their sound and feel. Their most recent release, Via Della Gioia, stands out as a really stunning example of their workflow and creative vision. The opening track, “Oblivion," has a moody, atmospheric sound, creating a consistent build-up of beautiful textures as the different instruments' sounds keep ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Chucho Valdes with Special Guest Chick Corea at Jazz at Lincoln Center

Read "Chucho Valdes with Special Guest Chick Corea at Jazz at Lincoln Center" reviewed by Doug Hall

Chucho Valdes with Special Guest Chick Corea Jazz at Lincoln Center The Rose Theater New York, NY November 16, 2019 Jazz at Lincoln Center, in the Rose Theater, witnessed a very special meeting which occurred on-stage between two legendary jazz pianists, Chucho Valdés and Chick Corea. Both musically prolific, ...

Jeff Williams: Bloom

Read "Bloom" reviewed by Roger Farbey

In a new departure, Jeff Williams has forsaken the quartet, quintet or sextet configurations of his previous four albums for Whirlwind in favour of this very convincing trio format. In tandem with this slimmed-down enterprise, he's employed a pianist and composer who is undoubtedly a rising star of jazz. Carmen Staaf graduated with a joint degree ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gabriel Latchin Trio: The Moon And I

Read "The Moon And I" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Following on from Gabriel Latchin's eponymous debut album Introducing Gabriel Latchin Trio (Alys Jazz, 2017), The Moon And I, recorded in London in February 2018, seeks to consolidate his position as a first rate straight ahead jazz pianist. Indeed his style is not dissimilar to George Shearing, Oscar Peterson, André Previn or Dudley Moore. As with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Elliot Galvin: Modern Times

Read "Modern Times" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Following on from Dreamland (2015, Chaos Collective), Punch (Edition, 2016) and The Influencing Machine (Edition, 2018), Elliot Galvin's fourth album is a departure from the previous two. Here he abandons his electronic gadgetry in favour of pure acoustic instrumentation. This was a deliberate move on Galvin's part since the inspiration for album derived from witnessing a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Nick Weldon: Eleven Flames

Read "Eleven Flames" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Nick Weldon is best known as a pianist and in that context has accompanied some of the biggest names in jazz including Sonny Stitt, Johnny Griffin and Jimmy Witherspoon. However on this album he plays bass. He's had classical training on the instrument and in addition to jazz dates, he continues to play in orchestras. But ...

I nuovi progetti di Miho Hazama

Read "I nuovi progetti di Miho Hazama" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

È da mezzo secolo, ovvero dai tempi Toshiko Akiyoshi, che dal Giappone non emergeva una bandleader così talentuosa. A soli 33 anni Miho brucia letteralmente le tappe: presenta il terzo disco a capo del suo collettivo M_Unit Dancer in Nowhere e, quasi in contemporanea e sempre per la Sunnyside Records, la sua personale rilettura dei classici ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Andrea Domenici Trio: Playing Who I Am

Read "Playing Who I Am" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

The traditional road to musical success has been to make and promote a first recording, aiming for the kind of critical and public attention that leads to prestigious bandmates and gigs. But the fine pianist Andrea Domenici paves a new path with his masterful debut Playing Who I Am, since it arrives after he has already ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

“Harlem 1958” - Celebrazione di un evento irripetibile

Read "“Harlem 1958” - Celebrazione di un evento irripetibile" reviewed by Gaetano Fiore

Una foto, semplicemente una “foto," non uno scatto veloce, affrettato o rassicurante come per il “digitale," bensì qualcosa di tangibile, quasi materico, che fa pensare a quanta fatica e desiderio siano stati spesi per generare un'immagine tanto bella e significativa. Sì, un'immagine poi diventata manifesto emblematico nonché straordinaria celebrazione di un evento irripetibile. Appassionati, conoscitori, esperti ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five with Charu Suri

Read "Take Five with Charu Suri" reviewed by Charu Suri

About Charu Suri Born in South India, Charu Suri started playing the piano at the age of five, and also studied the veena as well as Carnatic music (vocals). A concert pianist since the age of nine, Suri has performed in several venues in India, including Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi, as well as in ...


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