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Authority Melts From Me

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2014
Track listing: Suite in tre movimenti ("Kalfou," "Louverture", "Cost").

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Bobby Avey: Authority Melts From Me

Read "Authority Melts From Me" reviewed by Dave Wayne


It's no mean feat for a creative artist to translate historical events--much less those marred by centuries of slavery, political struggles, foreign occupation (most notably by the US) and the endless oppression of a chronically poor underclass wracked by disease--into a cogent, coherent musical statement. Recent events on the island nation of Haiti have included a ...

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Bobby Avey: Authority Melts from Me

Read "Authority Melts from Me" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo


Talento emergente del piano jazz statunitense, Bobby Avey ha vinto nel 2011 il prestigioso “Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition" che lo ha proiettato alla ribalta nazionale. Dopo due album e l'esperienza come sideman nel gruppo “Expansions" di Dave Liebman, il musicista newyorchese sperimenta la formula del quintetto per questa affascinante suite in tre movimenti dedicata alla ...

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Bobby Avey: Authority Melts From Me

Read "Authority Melts From Me" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Former Thelonious Monk competition winner, pianist Bobby Avey has been creating a buzz in the jazz community based on the strengths of his three previous solo outings. Yet Authority Melts From Me is his first quintet led outing, inspired by his respect for the people of Haiti and the slave revolt, leading to the country's independence ...


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