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Border Crossing

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Acrobat; Family Breakfast; Style Brise; With Thanks; Eine Kleine Gigue; Collateral Damage; Pure Imagination.


Family Breakfast

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2016
Duration: 05:36


Alex Goodman: Border Crossing

Read "Border Crossing" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Border Crossing was born of guitarist Alex Goodman's careful cogitation concerning his move from Canada to New York. It's a beautifully contemplative bridge-builder of an album, bringing together musicians from both realms and connecting classically-oriented ideals, jazz language, and modern thought into a seamless whole. In soaking in the seven tracks presented here, ...

Border Crossing

Label: Not Two Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01 Fee Fi Fo Fum (Shorter) - 08:37; 02 March To Peace - 04:35; 03 D Minor - 13:15; 04 In A Sentimental Mood (Ellington) - 09:07; 05 All Booze - 05:12; 06 Dibujo (Arnedo) - 05:16; 07 Morning Sun - 05:38; 08 Border Crossing - 06:29; 09 Prelude To Freedom - 01:48; 10 Equinox (Coltrane) - 09:55.


Brian Willson: Border Crossing

Read "Border Crossing" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Questa registrazione del 2007 vede gli statunitensi Brian Willson e Dominic Duval, entrambi nomi rilevanti della libera improvvisazione, con il sassofonista Antonio Arnedo, uno dei migliori jazzmen colombiani, docente all'Universidad Nacional de Colombia ma quasi sconosciuto fuori dal suo Paese. Eppure è uno strumentista di rilievo ed in questo disco gioca al meglio le sue carte ...

Border Crossing

Label: Zebra Records
Released: 2010


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