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ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Il meglio del 2018 secondo Vincenzo Roggero

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Anche quest'anno tanti gli ascolti, tante le proposte interessanti, e come al solito, difficile sintetizzare il meglio in dodici dischi. Non necessariamente i migliori ma quelli che, in un modo o nell'altro, hanno lasciato un segno. In testa una conferma, Steve Coleman, eh sì ancora lui, per il disco certo, ma anche per i meravigliosi concerti ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Big Satan al Pinocchio di Firenze

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Big Satan Pinocchio Live Jazz Firenze 24.2.2018 Momento di punta dell'eccellente rassegna di quest'anno, il prestigioso trio Big Satan è arrivato al Pinocchio Live Jazz di Firenze l'ultimo sabato di febbraio. Capitanata dall'altosassofonista Tim Berne, affiancato dalla chitarra di Marc Ducret e dalla batteria di Tom Rainey, Big Satan è ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Satan: Livein Cognito

Read "Livein Cognito" reviewed by John Kelman

Some bands are best experienced live. There's simply no denying the energy and element of surprise that occurs when playing in front of an audience. In recent years, advances in technology and a corresponding reduction in costs have closed the gap between studio and concert recordings to the point where an increasing number of artists now ...

Souls Saved Hear

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2004
Track listing: Ce Sont Les Noms Des Mots; Hostility Suite; Geez; Rampe; Emportez-Moi; Deadpan (for Mat Maneri); Mr. Subliminal; Property Shark; Plaintain Surgery.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Satan: Souls Saved Hear

Read "Souls Saved Hear" reviewed by Rex  Butters

The return of Big Satan finds alto saxophonist Tim Berne, guitarist Marc Ducret, and drummer Tom Rainey playing the edgy, astonishing music associated with the reedman's recent outings. Despite Ducret's easy access to loud and rough hues, his work with Berne drains the denseness lodged in Berne's recent Science Friction , more fully revealing the convoluted ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Satan: Souls Saved Hear

Read "Souls Saved Hear" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

Exorcising the demons with the fire and brimstone of a revivalist meeting, Souls Saved Hear marks the ferocious return of saxophonist Tim Berne's Big Satan. At just under 48 minutes -- the longest piece just over ten -- it is somewhat diminutive within Berne's catalog. But the taut arrangements distill the power of the performances. Focused ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Satan: Souls Saved Hear

Read "Souls Saved Hear" reviewed by John Kelman

In a configuration pared down from his Science Friction band, saxophonist Tim Berne reconvenes with guitarist Marc Ducret and drummer Tom Rainey as Big Satan, the trio that recorded '97's outstanding I Think They Liked It Honey (Winter & Winter). While it seemed that the core of Science Friction, when they played recently in Victoriaville, Canada ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Satan: Souls Saved Hear

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Now that all the born-again Christians have left the room, his evil majesty's real followers can step forward. The trio known as Big Satan consists of three noisy improvisers: alto saxophonist Tim Berne, guitarist Marc Ducret, and drummer Tom Rainey. The names will be familiar to listeners as three quarters of Berne's Science Friction band. Berne ...


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