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Craig Taborn: Daylight Ghosts

Read "Daylight Ghosts" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

It is very difficult to describe or sum up pianist Craig Taborn's inimitable artistic vision, style of playing and compositions. He employs a wide range of stylistic means and concepts, and as a result his playing style and compositions, be it in a solo setting or with accompaniment, are very diverse and insistently exploratory. This improvising ...

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Craig Taborn: Daylight Ghosts

Read "Daylight Ghosts" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Misterioso. E imperscrutabile. Si presenta così il nuovo album di Craig Taborn. Perché le certezze del primo brano -oh, ecco il Taborn che conosciamo, il suo approccio, i punti fermi del suo stile, le linee guida della sua estetica in bella evidenza -svaniscono nel resto del lavoro. Dove ci si addentra progressivamente e irrimediabilmente in una ...

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Craig Taborn: Daylight Ghosts

Read "Daylight Ghosts" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

In addition to his copious sideman work (including multiple recordings with James Carter, Roscoe Mitchell, Tim Berne, Michael Formanek, and Chris Potter, among many others) pianist/keyboardist Craig Taborn has found time to record intermittently as a leader since 1994's Craig Taborn Trio (IDW). This is his third ECM album, following the solo Avenging Angel (2011) and ...

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Craig Taborn: Daylight Ghosts

Read "Daylight Ghosts" reviewed by Troy Dostert

In addition to his eighty-plus appearances as a sideman, pianist Craig Taborn has during the last six years found a happy home for his own music on the ECM label, where he's been able to establish a formidable body of work in just a few recordings. It makes sense, really, that after his solo record Avenging ...


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