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Article: Album Review

Filippo Vignato/Hank Roberts: Ghost Dance

Read "Ghost Dance" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Usually the watering hole comes after a gig, but there would have been enough wine to float a ship at this concert by cellist Hank Roberts and trombonist Filippo Vignato, held as it was in the Vigne di Zamò Winery in North-Eastern Italy. The interplay between the veteran American and the younger Italian on these nine ...

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Theater

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2019
Track listing: Theater; Rhapsody for a Cloud; The Observer; Awakening; Riververse; A Visionary Spring; The Last Sunset; Sofia.

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At The Edges Of The Horizon

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2019
Track listing: At The Edges Of The Horizon; Kcihc Aeroc; Cold Coffee; Bread Way; Grimilde's Mirror; Bass Instinct; Nibiru's Edges; Don't Try This At Home; Spaceshift; Abstract Orbit.

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Ghost Dance

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2019
Track listing: Carla; Remembering Then/Now; Necklace; Forest Breath; Sherwood Z; Ghost Dance; First Hit; Lost Found; Encore.

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Article: Year in Review

John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019" reviewed by John Kelman


Well, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome continues to be a challenge, as it has been since mid-2014. 2019 represents, in fact, the worst year when it comes to the actual number of articles written. Still, I've been finding an increasingly satisfying niche in the arena of in-depth, detailed and extensive/exhaustive (exhausting, for you as much as I!!) articles. ...

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Article: Album Review

Fabio Giachino: At The Edges Of The Horizon

Read "At The Edges Of The Horizon" reviewed by Don Phipps


The set of invigorating and hard-driving straight-ahead jazz tunes on Italian pianist and composer Fabio Giachino's At The Edges Of The Horizon offers non-stop interplay and flowing syncopation. There's a certain funky richness to the music, and Giachino's bandmates make the most of the flow of the music, highlighting the rhythmic variations with technical virtuosity.

Article: Album Review

Giovanni Mirabassi Trio: Summer's Gone

Read "Summer's Gone" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Giovanni Mirabassi torna al classico trio, dopo il piano solo Live in Germany e i due lavori in cui il medesimo trio era affiancato da un'orchestra d'archi (Viva V.E.R.D.I., registrato in Corea del Sud) e ospitava il vibrafonista Stefon Harris (No Way Out). La formazione è la medesima, con Gianluca Renzi al contrabbasso e Lukmil Perez ...

Article: Album Review

Roberto Negro: Kings and Bastards

Read "Kings and Bastards" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Torinese di nascita, apolide per formazione, da anni residente in Francia, Roberto Negro è uno dei giovani musicisti più interessanti, messosi in luce per le sue collaborazioni con altri valenti giovani come Emile Parisien e Theo Ceccaldi. Perennemente in equilibrio tra la classica contemporanea, l'improvvisazione libera e il jazz, sempre pronto a esplorare ogni atmosfera timbrica, ...

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Article: Album Review

Jacopo Ferrazza: Theater

Read "Theater" reviewed by Daniele Vogrig


In perfetto equilibrio fra tradizione e avanguardia, la produzione musicale di Jacopo Ferrazza rappresenta un unicum nell'attuale panorama jazzistico internazionale, all'insegna di un trio il cui raro amalgama costituisce il fertile terreno sul quale, nel giro di pochi anni, è germogliata una scrittura tra le più complesse e ardite attualmente in circolazione. Rimarcherei ...

Article: Album Review

Antonio Sanchez & Migration: Lines in the Sand

Read "Lines in the Sand" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi


Antonio Sanchez, compositore e batterista di fama internazionale, confeziona una suite che non è solo un tributo e un atto di solidarietà nei confronti dei migranti che quotidianamente tentano di varcare il confine tra Messico e Stati Uniti in cerca di una vita migliore, ma anche un atto d'accusa contro le politiche demagogiche e piene di ...


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