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ARK

Born:

Carlos Homs (piano), Karl McComas Reichl (bass), Colin Stranahan (drums)

Musician

Ark

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Article: Profile

Keith Tippett: R.I.P.

Read "Keith Tippett: R.I.P." reviewed by Duncan Heining


Keith Tippett's death on Sunday, 14th June 2020 robbed British and European music of one of its finest talents. The death on any musician of even minor significance often leads many critics reaching for the Thesaurus and tripping over their adjectives in a head-rush of hyperbole. In Keith's case, the simple phrase--"one of music's finest talents"--cuts ...

Musician

ARK

Born:

Carlos Homs (piano), Karl McComas Reichl (bass), Colin Stranahan (drums)

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Article: Interview

Canterbury e dintorni secondo Ferdinando Faraò

Read "Canterbury e dintorni secondo Ferdinando Faraò" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi


Fasano, solare cittadina pugliese in provincia di Brindisi, è da 17 anni teatro di un festival jazz eterodosso e controcorrente che, oltre a valorizzare talenti locali e a tenere alta la bandiera del jazz italiano (nel corso degli anni la rassegna ha ospitato, tra gli altri, Franco Cerri, Antonello Salis, Roberto Ottaviano, Franco D'Andrea, Stefano Bollani, ...

Album

Acquario

Label: Egea Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: I Treni Che Vorrei; Tra Due Oasi; ELicoidale; Non Fermarmi; Taranta; Jaco; Acquario; Terra Antica; Bonus Track - Birdland

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Article: Album Review

Ark: Acquario

Read "Acquario" reviewed by John Kelman


Certainly less a traditional jazz album and more a chamber group recording, Acquario features the Arké String Project, a less-than-traditional string quartet augmented by double-bass. But despite all the through-composed work on the album, there is room made for improvisation on some levels, courtesy of guest pianist Stephano Bollani, heard recently on trumpeter Enrico Rava's outstanding ...

Album

Wilderness

Label: ARK
Released: 1997

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Article: Album Review

Tony Williams: Wilderness

Read "Wilderness" reviewed by Jim Santella


A full orchestra joins Tony Williams, Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker, Pat Metheny and Stanley Clarke in this collection of tone poems that compare and contrast several takes on the meaning of wilderness. The leader provides a glimpse of the moods being portrayed through his choice of titles, as well as by supplying in the ...


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