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The Esbj: Viaticum

Read "Viaticum" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


While the piano-led trio is one of the staples of jazz, it can conform to tradition so much that it fails to connect with listeners on an emotional level. Not so with E.S.T. This Scandinavian group adheres to the form just enough to be considered a jazz trio, but between original compositions and sound enhancements that ...

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Tineke Postma: For the Rhythm

Read "For the Rhythm" reviewed by Jim Santella


Driving with plenty of contemporary excitement all around her, Dutch saxophonist Tineke Postma provides the kind of tension and release that makes modern jazz swing. Not quite thirty, but experienced through rigorous educational programs in both the United States and Holland, she has combined a strong foundation with her natural inclination for jazz's mainstream. Eight of ...

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For the Rhythm

Label: 215 Music/Munich Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Summersong; Voyage; Comprehension; Pump it up!; Dialog; Song for Sea-Tee; New Life; Wandering; Goodbye; Love Theme; For the Rhythm.

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The Color Of Things

Label: 215 Music/Munich Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Message Across the Sea; 2. The Color of Things; 3. They Walk Among Us; 4. Minas to Rio; 5. Choro to Catarina; 6. If We Could Dance Now; 7. Aguas; 8. It Sounds Like Her; 9. Rafaela's Dream; 10. We Are Alive

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Sandro Albert: The Color of Things

Read "The Color of Things" reviewed by Jim Santella


Wow, what an exciting mainstream jazz celebration from guitarist Sandro Albert on his second CD as leader! With woodwind artist Katisse Buckingham serving as his musical partner, and by inviting a little help from several other talented friends, Albert has created a sensational album that should appeal to a wide segment of the jazz listening population.

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Sandro Albert: The Color Of Things

Read "The Color Of Things" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini


Sandro Albert's biggest weakness may be his near-perfect ability to imitate one of the world's best jazz guitarists. The Brazilian native has a lot going for him on The Color Of Things, his second album. His compositions reflect a strong melodic and harmonic ear, a first-rate roster of players mixes well, and there's plenty of intellect ...

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The Esbj: Viaticum

Read "Viaticum" reviewed by Sergio Masferrer


The Esbjörn Svensson Trio stayed hidden to my ears until I discovered the existence of Viaticum. The impact of this recording is immediate: it belongs to a new jazz school, in which I don't know who's the teacher and who's the pupil, but where we can find the names of Brad Mehldau--with his Art Of The ...

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The Esbjorn Svensson Trio (e.s.t.): Viaticum

Read "Viaticum" reviewed by John Kelman


Together now for over a dozen years, e.s.t. has clearly developed a number of personal stylistic markers. Blending improvisation with a distinct pop sensibility that includes subtle use of electronics--with the exception of Dan Berglund's aggressive fuzztone arco bass--the trio has honed a sound incorporating elements of drum 'n' bass, electronica, funk, pop, classical and rock, ...

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Seven Days of Falling

Label: 215 Music/Munich Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Ballad for the Unborn; Seven Days of Falling; Mingle in the Mincing-Machine; Evening in Atlantis; Did They Ever Tell Cousteau?; Believe Beleft Below; Elevation of Love; In My Garage; Why She Couldn't Come; O.D.R.I.P.

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DreamBeatDream

Label: 215 Music/Munich Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: She Rides; S. Beach, Feel This Beat; Cream; Her Whisper; My Secret; Her Dream; Jazzy Girl; Dreaming Of...; Watching U; Love, Juliet; Man and Woman; Exotique


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