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Double Dupe Down

Label: Avant
Released: 2012


News: Technology

Verve Music Group Launches "Cupid Breaker" Online Game

"Break Hearts and Get Free Music" is the tagline for Cupid Breaker (, a new free online game launched February 4th from music label Verve just in time for Valentine's Day. In the tradition of enormously popular online games such as Angry Birds, users play Cupid and shoot arrows at flying hearts. The final point score ...


Between The Whiles

Label: Avant
Released: 2009


Nightmare Alley

Label: Avant
Released: 2007



Label: Hux Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Avant-Apres; No Fuss; No Bother; Les Portes-En-R


Article: Album Review

Elton Dean & Sophia Domancich: Avant

Read "Avant" reviewed by John Kelman

Saxophonist Elton Dean first came to fame in the late '60s as a member of pianist Keith Tippett's sextet, and perhaps more prominently as part of what is now considered to be the classic Soft Machine lineup that recorded Third, Fourth and Fifth. Since that time he's been involved in a variety of projects--both as a ...



Label: Avant
Released: 2004



Label: Avant
Released: 2002
Track listing: Bachiao; Pro Flavio; Ceero; By the Brook; Nira; Trio da Paz; Theme # 1; Batida Diferente; Pamela Elaine; Magalha Blues; Valencia 1


Article: Album Review

Romero Lubambo: Lubambo

Read "Lubambo" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Guitar and cavaquinho virtuoso Romero Lubambo makes his solo debut on this self-titled disc, which is full of impressive original compositions. Some of my favorites: a tribute to the great Rafael Rabello, the swinging “Magalha Blues" and a superb take on Bach ("Bachiao"). If you've heard Romero before, you know that he has ferocious attack coupled ...


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