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#2

Label: fnac.com
Released: 2010

#2

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Released: 2010
Track listing: 1. Forrò; 2. O Sol Dos Dias Mais Lindos; 3. Buster Keaton; 4. The Blessed Sadness of Fall; 5. Grand Guignol; 6. The Balloonatic; 7. Settembre; 8. Ibo; 9. Langhe oscure; 10. Don’t Blame Gwis; 11. The Flood; 12. Caida lenta; 13. Wind Rose Glitches.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alessandro Gwis: #2

Read "#2" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo il disco omonimo d'esordio, si intitola semplicemente #2 la seconda prova solista di Alessandro Gwis, che anche in questa occasione si propone in trio con Luca Pirozzi e Armando Sciommeri. Un titolo semplice, per una musica che non lo è. Non perché sia “difficile" nel suo modo di proporsi, ma perché è portatrice sana di ...

#2

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Bubbles; All The Things You Are; Quartet #2; I Wish I Knew; My Man's Gone Now; The Speedmaster; Villaumenizer; Song; Blame It On My Youth.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kasper Villaume Quartet: #2

Read "#2" reviewed by Rick Bruner

On #2, the Kasper Villaume Quartet stretches out on original tunes and offers fresh takes on standards. The leader, on piano, steers the band through a thoroughly enjoyable program that begins with the sprightly “Bubbles. Tenor saxophonist Lars Moller has a steely, modern tone; bassist Jesper Bodilsen lays down a solid and resonant foundation; and drummer ...


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