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Tamara Obrovac: TransAdriaticum

Read "TransAdriaticum" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

La croata Tamara Obrovac è una cantante e compositrice dedita da anni alla trasposizione della tradizione della natia Istria nel mondo del jazz, cosa che ha realizzato in molteplici progetti e album con organici diversi. In questo suo ultimo lavoro è alla testa di una formazione denominata TransAdriatic Quartet della quale, oltre al connazionale e antico ...

TransAdriaticum

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2019
Track listing: Muora; Galiotova pesan; M’hanno ferita; Afro Blue Istra; Mriz zvizdami; Slavuj piva; Trukinja; U dnolu srca moga; Suza sjajna.

Labor of Love

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2019
Track listing: Nancy with the Laughing Face; Monochrome; I'm Glad there Is You; Labor of Love; You Know I Care; Spring City; When the Sun Comes Out; Momentum;

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Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2019
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Samo Salamon & Stefano Battaglia: Pure Magic

Read "Pure Magic" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Slovenian guitarist Samo Salamon and Italian pianist Stefano Battaglia present a sequel to their first live collaboration WindS (Klopotec Records, 2016). That album included a couple of Salamon compositions along with several collaborative tracks--this time the duo have gone all in with a fully collaborative program, recorded in the studio. “The Beauty of Kei" ...

Pure Magic

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Beauty of Kei; Slick; The Seventh Seal; The Fifth Element; Burja's World; Pure Magic; Useless Squabbles; Octaves; Disturbances; Androidream.

Landing

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2017
Track listing: Getting It Wrong And Right; Jan's Balloon; Mercury Enters Virgo; Faces; Images (Opening, Osaka, Turning Point, Landing, Reunion).

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Niogi: Landing

Read "Landing" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Israeli group Niogi describes themselves as an “instrumental band," leaving the question of musical genre open. But their sound is firmly placed in the ECM contemporary jazz world: “Jan's Balloon" opens with a sound like whistling from Omri Abramov's EWI (electronic wind instrument), playing a tuneful theme reminiscent of the Americana of the Pat Metheny Group. ...

Trato Común

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Uganda Kobb 2. Love In The Cloisters 3. Freedom In Mind 4. Bamacum 5. Sambesi's Song 6. Bomba Misteriosa 7. Espérame En El Cielo 8. Fulano De Tal 9. Chano, Willie, Mongo, Patato Y Tata

Jungle City

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2009
Track listing: Jungle City; Jangala; Blessing; One for Jaco; Voices; Maya Pejo; Det Bästa; Africa; Visions; Tribute; NightZone.


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