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Apparitions

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Labrynth (Rogers) - 8:42; 02. Tyranny of Fixed Numbers (Rogers) - 6:38; 03. Persephone (Rogers) - 7:47; 04. Continuance (Rogers) - 7:57; 05. The Maya (Rogers) - 10:41; 06. Apparitions (Rogers) - 2:56; 07. Amphora (Rogers) - 7:25; 08. Moment in Time (Rogers) - 8:12

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Adam Rogers: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


L'eccellente chitarrista americano Adam Rogers continua la sua corsa felpata con l'olandese Criss Cross ed arriva al terzo album (dopo Art of the Invisible del 2002 e Allegory del 2003) con questo Apparitions che, oltre alla lettera 'A' come iniziale del titolo, mantiene parecchi punti in comune coi due ottimi album precedenti. A cominciare dalla formazione ...

Album

Apparitions

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2005
Track listing: Labrynth; Tyranny of Fixed Numbers; Persephone; Continuance; The Maya; Apparitions; Amphora; Moment in Time.

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Adam Rogers: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee


Though the liner notes, which contain plenty of quotes by Rogers, try to explain in a technical way what's going on in the music, Apparitions is music you can feel. “The Tyranny of Fixed Numbers, the second track, is indeed a very original composition, though you're hit in the gut with guitar and tenor saxophone (Chris ...

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Adam Rogers: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Kurt Rosenwinkel, Ben Monder, and Liberty Ellman are just a few of the notable modern day guitarists who are making own their marks in technique and ability. Adam Rogers also falls into this category, but the question remains for any artist: how does one distinguish his own identity? Rogers' new release may not sound altogether different ...

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Adam Rogers: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Adam Rogers, an accomplished classical guitarist, brings depth and versatility to his jazz sound. He also brings a fluid improvisational touch, full of forward momentum, on his latest Criss Cross release, Apparitions. Group cohesion is a big factor. The guitarist has recorded with the same lineup on his past three discs for the label, and the ...

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Adam Rogers: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by John Kelman


It's rare to find artists returning with the same personnel time after time. For reasons sometimes artistic--a diversity of stylistic concerns, the desire to work with a variety of players--and sometimes business-driven--concern that using the same people, album after album, will engender complacency, the challenge of retaining a consistent lineup--many artists' body of work is characterized ...

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Apparitions

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: The Mestizo Suite: 1. Picacho, 2. Humo, 3. Mambo Chueco. 4. Talpa; 5. Voladores; 6. Fast Tip; 7. Apparitions; 8. Dos Caminos; 9. Jersey Merge; 10. Tula.

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Tony Malaby: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell


For saxophonist Tony Malaby this has been a landmark year, with appearances on recordings by Mark Helias, Mario Pavone, Angelica Sanchez, as well as his own Apparitions – his second record as a leader. It brings the saxophonist together with bassist Drew Gress and drummers Tom Rainey and Michael Sarin. Despite the tandem drummers (who individually ...

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Tony Malaby: Apparitions

Read "Apparitions" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


The concept of two drummers is not new to jazz, but it is rather unusual in a quartet. Hand it to Tony Malaby: he knows what he was doing. His music calls for an intense rhythm bed and both Tom Rainey and Mark Sarin, brothers of the pulse, interweave to set up that organic fabric.


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