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Charles Altura

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The Painter

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: White Bear; Oak Tree; Movement; The Painter (Intro); The Painter; Bird Song; Estate; Neowise; The Last Dance; Dreamers.

Album

Light as a Word

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Bloom; Full Circle; The Melancholy Architecture of Storms; Imperfect Paradise; Union Intro; Union; Mirrors In Your Eyes; Vista Hermosa Intro; Vista Hermosa (For Jon and Brian); Qoo; Traptop; Light as Word

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Article: Album Review

Tobias Meinhart: The Painter

Read "The Painter" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


During the past decade of working the jazz clubs of New York, German tenor saxophonist Tobias Meinhart has soaked up every inch of the musical tradition he started pursuing as a drummer in Bavaria in his early teens. A keen ear for melodic development, a gift for harmonic oversight and the whims for rhythmic intricacy already ...

Album

Broken Circles

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Sustained Optimism; Broken Circles; Separation; Compassion; Triumph of Society; Gloomy Sunday; Empty Words; Intro; Half Past Five; Kids; Sky Is The Limit (for Damir).

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Article: Album Review

Jure Pukl: Broken Circles

Read "Broken Circles" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Slovenian tenor saxophonist Jure Pukl follows up his quartet outings Hybrid (Whirlwind Recordings 2017) and Doubtless (Whirlwind Recordings 2018) with an album that signals a clear change of direction. On Broken Circles Pukl swaps his saxophonist wife Melissa Aldana for Joel Ross on vibraphone and adds guitarist Charles Altura for some lyrical comping, on top of ...

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Article: Live Review

Montreux Jazz Festival 2019

Read "Montreux Jazz Festival 2019" reviewed by Martin McFie


Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux, Switzerland June 28 to July 13, 2019 Montreux Jazz festival began in 1967, driven by the vision of Claude Nobs in collaboration with Geo Voumard, Rene Langel, and the Office of Tourism in their hometown Montreux, on Lake Geneva. This year 2019, was the 53rd edition. ...

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Article: In Pictures

2018 Moncalieri Jazz Festival

Read "2018 Moncalieri Jazz Festival" reviewed by Antonio Baiano


The 2018 Moncalieri Jazz Festival took place from November 15 through November 25, featuring Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective, Antonio Sanchez and Migration, Chaise Baird, Charles Altura, Thana Alexa, John Escreet, Orlando le Fleming, Fabian Almazan, David Ginyard, and Oscar Seaton. The festival has run since 2000 in the town of Moncalieri, Italy, right outside of ...

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Article: Live Review

Terence Blanchard and E-Collective at Ardmore Music Hall

Read "Terence Blanchard and E-Collective at Ardmore Music Hall" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Terence Blanchard and E-Collective Ardmore Music Hall Ardmore, PA June 12, 2018 It's meant as a compliment on originality, not a sign of mere imitation, to say there was a heavy Miles Davis vibe in the air when Terence Blanchard and his E-Collective group hit the snug-sized stage of the ...

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Article: Album Review

Terence Blanchard: Live

Read "Live" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


As trumpeter Terence Blanchard is wont to do, he blends spoken word, rock, funk, the electrified, the experimental, the second line, the bop, blues, and hip hop on the swaggering, often staggering, Live, his latest Blue Note release. Bidding us to ..."find our voices..." Marcus Miller's “Hannibal" evolves from a floating piano intro (courtesy ...


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