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Bebel Gilberto

At the age of seven, Bebel made an appearance on her Mother's first solo album 'Miucha'. At age nine, Bebel performed with her mother and legendary Jazz saxophonist Stan Getz at a Jazz festival in New York's Carnegie Hall . Back in Brazil Bebel performed and recorded in the soundtrack of the children's musical 'Os Saltimbancos' written by Sergio Bardotti and Chico Buarque which created a major impact. Later on Bebel joined an experimental theatrical group and was a member of the founding team of the performance space 'Circo Voador' (Flying Circus) at Ipanema Beach. In this group she met singer/songwriter Cazuza, who became a close friend and soon a major rock star in Brazil during the '80s. At this time Bebel started to write songs with collaborators such as Dé and Cazuza, co-writting 'Preciso Dizer Que Te Amo', which became a national hit winning several music awards

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Catherine Farhi: Finding Home in the New Morning

Read "Catherine Farhi: Finding Home in the New Morning" reviewed by Alexander Durie

What do an iconic Paris jazz club, the Arabic language and the Egyptian Surrealist movement have in common? The answer sat in a Montmartre flat in the heights of Paris, surrounded by plants and books and wearing a long royal blue spring dress. Catherine Farhi is all these things at once, and more.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Emilio Santiago: Emilio Santiago

Read "Emilio Santiago" reviewed by Kevin Press

In retrospect, it's not surprising that Emílio Santiago chose a track list steeped in Latin music history and a long list of some of the best players in the game. It was clear from early on that Santiago had the potential to make a significant contribution to the genre. What's remarkable about this 1975 debut--reissued by ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Philippe Baden Powell: Notes Over Poetry

Read "Notes Over Poetry" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Notes Over Poetry is Philippe Baden Powell's tribute to his personal and musical connections and encounters. “I can't remember a time making music just by myself, I've always felt like a kid with toys waiting for friends to come and play," he recalls. Notes Over Poetry seems to grow more beautiful as you progress ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bossacucanova: The Best of Bossacucanova

Read "The Best of Bossacucanova" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Few bands have built upon the legacy of their chosen field the way that Bossacucanova has advanced the music of their native Brazil. Their story begins about two decades ago, when three amigos--DJ Marcelinho DaLua, Alex Moreira and Marcio Menescal, son of bossa nova pioneer Roberto Menescal--began remixing classic 1960s bossa nova just for the fun ...

Jazz in Its Present Tents

Read "Jazz in Its Present Tents" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Jazz sets up camp throughout different geographies--and centuries. Bossacucanova The Best of Bossacucanova Six Degrees Records 2016 Few bands have built upon the legacy of their chosen field the way that Bossacucanova has advanced the music of their native Brazil. Their story begins about two ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stefania Dipierro: Natural

Read "Natural" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Based in their homeland of Italy, composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Nicola Conte first worked with singer-songwriter Stefania Dipierro in Conte's 1990s collective called Fez. When Fez disbanded, Dipierro moved on to share her rich and succulent voice through a series of other collaborations, while Conte released a series of works in samba-influenced acid-jazz that was acclaimed ...

India to Italy, Brazil to Slovenia–Where WON'T Jazz Go?

Read "India to Italy, Brazil to Slovenia–Where WON'T Jazz Go?" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Avataar Petal Self-Produced 2016 While growing up in the Northern Ontario mining town of Sunbury, he was known as “Sam." But in his early twenties, Sundar Viswanathan reconnected with his Indian name and heritage, and, through several conservatory courses spanning North Indian classical to Turkish maquam music, dove ...

Tudo

Label: Sony Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Somewhere Else; Nada Nao; Tom De Voz; Novas Ideias; Harvest Moon; Tudo; Saudade Vem Correndo; Areia] Tout Est Bleu; Lonely in My Heart; Vivo Sonhando; Inspiracao

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bebel Gilberto: Tudo

Read "Tudo" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

On her seventh studio album, Bebel Gilberto follows a path similar to her last two records: a blend of original electronic-enhanced acoustic music sung in English and Portuguese and a handful of covers. Tudo opens with the gentle ballad “Somewhere Else," a track cleverly arranged with the addition of a string quartet led by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. ...


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