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Heloisa Fernandes: Heloisa Fernandes

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Brazilian pianist Heloisa Fernandes can tickle both the hearts of those with a quieter, more elegant classical palette and those whose survival is reliant upon jazz. Even without a team of dynamic percussionists and fine string accompaniment, Fruto is a feat of arrangement and composition. Vocal beats in “Colheita" create an epic, ...

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Tim Turvey: Autodidactic

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A dazzling jazz drummer first, for sure, Tim Turvey is also an up-and-coming multi-instrumentalist and composer with an aptitude for recording his own work. In this brief four-song debut EP, the Brantford, Ontario native demonstrates sharp, thundering skills on his primary instruments as a percussionist. The piano, clarinet, bass and guitar work is all his doing ...

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Jazz Arts Trio: Tribute

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Rightfully so, more tributes to Oscar Peterson continue to appear. On its debut CD, the Jazz Arts Trio combines six tunes by this late piano legend with one song each from kings of the keyboard Erroll Garner, Bill Evans, Vince Guaraldi, Herbie Hancock and Horace Silver. Tribute, released on JRI Recordings, is an attempt ...

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Lori Bell: The Music of Djavan

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A tribute record can be an interesting way to discover an artist--especially one with such a lengthy career, gone previously unnoticed. Most of the material by phenomenal flautist Lori Bell on The Music of Djavan is originally from the 70s, and here she takes a look at the Brazilian singer-songwriter whose songs have been recorded by ...


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