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Atlântico

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Jaamm Rek 5.02 2. Cães à Solta 6.28 3. Sweetie 5.32 4. Singla 5.38 5. Improviso I 1.28 6. Triple Ripple 5.47 7. Improviso II 2.20 8. Juróom 4.33 9. The 3 J's 7.03 10. Improviso III 1.40 11. La Graziela 4.34 12. Silêncio

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New Easter Island

Label: La Fabrica'son
Released: 2019
Track listing: The House That John Built; New Easter Island; Le jour d'aprés; Le soupirail; Merg With Virg; Le jour du vin et de la pivoine; Pont Neuf; Matamorphose; City Of Light; Thunder Dance; L'āme du temps.

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Atlantico: New Easter Island

Read "New Easter Island" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Atlantico is co-lead by French jazz pianist Sebastien Paindestre and U.S. reed and woodwind player Dave Schroeder. They made their recorded debut with En Rouge (La Fabrica'son, 2016). On this sequel--the second in a planned triptych--they are again joined by acoustic bassist Martin Wind and drummer Billy Drummond, along with two guests. Schroeder's “The ...

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En Rouge

Label: La Fabrica'son
Released: 2016
Track listing: En rouge; Bruce Lee; No More Words; New-York in May-be; Giuffre Cool; Petra; Ellen and Dave; Diz 'R' Us.

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Atlantico: En Rouge

Read "En Rouge" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Atlantico is a new band co-lead by French jazz pianist Sébastien Paindestre and U.S. reed and woodwind player Dave Schroeder (each contributes four compositions). Paindestre and Schroeder met in NYU Paris in 2012 during recording for the TV show “jazz rendez-vous" where they played together for the first time. In 2014 they reconvened in New York ...

Album

Atlantico

Label: Prominence
Released: 1999


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