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Boom Collective

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Opening Gate; In Tension; Dark Matter; Nolan; Close Your Eyes; Protest; Earthquake; Love Boom; Hotter Than July; Jarvis; Naima.

Boom Collective - Live Somewhere

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: In tension; Hotter than July; Protest; When it's so rainy; Was it worth it; Autumn in New York; Love Boom; Close your eyes; Dark matter.

In the Eyes of the Whale

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Noah; In the Eyes of the Whale; Bernard War; Disappearing Part I; Disappearing Part II; I Kill Giants; When the Glimpes Are True.

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Gaetano Partipilo: Boom Collective - Live Somewhere

Read "Boom Collective - Live Somewhere" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Italian saxophonist Gaetano Partipilo has been playing and studying music since he was eight. After conservatory studies, Partipilo was engaged to perform by the likes of Mark Murphy, Enrico Rava and Tony Scott. Having spent several months in New York City, Partipilo returned to Italy where he formed the Urban Society project, with whom he recorded ...

Pericopes

Pericopes is a contemporary jazz project initiated in 2007 by pianist Alessandro Sgobbio and saxophonist Emiliano Vernizzi. One would best describe their style as ‘New Jazz’, with roots in the European tradition, Afro-American music, and improvisation, and an affinity for melody and compositional structure. Pericopes has already participated in many important jazz festivals in Europe – the Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia, Italy), Jazz & Wine of Peace (Cormons, Italy), Parma Jazz Frontiere (Parma, Italy), Jazz Pas Grave and Unesco International Jazz Day (Paris, France), BurgJazz (Münster, Germany), presenting their acclaimed double-debut CD The Double Side

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Michelangelo Scandroglio: In the Eyes of the Whale

Read "In the Eyes of the Whale" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Tra i non pochi nuovi talenti che la penisola sforna nel campo del jazz, un posto di rilievo spetta al ventiquattrenne contrabbassista toscano Michelangelo Scandroglio, qui alla prima prova da leader alla testa di una formazione internazionale a struttura variabile composta da giovani talenti. Il programma del disco prevede sette composizioni originali, tutte a ...

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Gaetano Partipilo: Boom Collective

Read "Boom Collective" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

"Welcome to the Boom Collective world. Make some space into your heart and fill it with love and music and these vibes that come from within. Close you eyes, feel it, touch it." Con queste parole pronunciate sulla base swingante di batteria e di basso dell'iniziale “Opening Gate," Angela Esmeralda dà il benvenuto nel ...

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Giancarlo Tossani: Strange Spy

Read "Strange Spy" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

Proprio dopo aver raggiunto l'ideale sublimazione sonora e l'equilibrio strutturale nell'album Newswok con il progetto Synapser ed il contributo di Ralph Alessi, il pianista e compositore di stanza a Cremona rimescola le proprie carte creative ripartendo (quasi) da zero con il progetto-disco Strange Spy che, fin dal titolo (anagramma di G. T. Synapser), si presenta in ...

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Luca Flores: Innocence

Read "Innocence" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Un doppio CD di inediti con Luca Flores al pianoforte nel massimo della sua creatività è un avvenimento e un'occasione da non perdere. La tragica scomparsa nel 1995 del pianista fiorentino a soli 38 anni, aveva scosso profondamente il mondo del jazz italiano e commosso un vasto pubblico, anche grazie al libro Il disco del mondo ...

Encelado

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Soyuz!; Chullachaqui; Atacama; Bengoechea; Ground Control; Hum; Shapiro; Ballyhoo; Fricus.


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