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Carlo De Rosa's Cross-Fade: Brain Dance

Read "Brain Dance" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The energy of bassist Carlo De Rosa's Brain Dance is palpable. Musically, it is a close equivalent of an elastic band held extremely taut and then twanged continuously until the kinetic energy continues to do what the fingers once did. However, De Rosa's fingers continue to do what invisible fingers once did to the music as ...


Carlo De Rosa's Cross-Fade: Brain Dance

Read "Brain Dance" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il bassista Carlo De Rosa non è granchè noto da noi, ma a New York gode di un certo credito tra la comunità musicale. Come ambasciatore del jazz americano ha girato il mondo e si è costruito un'esperienza notevole che gli permette di maneggiare diversi stilemi della musica d'oggi. Il suo è un caso emblematico di ...


Carlo De Rosa's Cross-Fade: Brain Dance

Read "Brain Dance" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

There are “musician-for-hire" gunslingers--professionals employed at a moment's notice to bring their skills to a gig or recording. But the mercenary analogy is only a small part of their repertoire, as many of these invaluable side musicians are leaders and composers just awaiting the opportunity to release their own material. Such is the case with Brain ...


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