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Check-In

Label: Black Saint
Released: 2005
Track listing: I Remember You; Blues For My Sleeping Baby; African Mood; Luci Lontane; What Blues?; Why Did I Choose You; I Concentrate On You; Che Cosa C'E'.

Check-in

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2005
Track listing: I Remember You, Blues For My Sleeping Baby, Africian Mood, Luci Lontane, What Blues?; Why Did I Choose You, I Concentrate On You; Che Cosa C

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Roberto Magris Europlane: Check-In

Read "Check-In" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Here's a tight, swinging album by a group of world-class musicians who are all but unknown here in the States. Pianist Roberto Magris, from Trieste, Italy, is the leader, and his quintet, Europlane, is so named because its members hail from four European countries. The front line consists of tenor/soprano saxophonists Tony Lakatos (Hungary) and Michael ...

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Roberto Magris: Check-in

Read "Check-in" reviewed by Dennis Hollingsworth

Roberto Magris is well-known in his native Italy and has been leading different versions of the group Europlane for a number of years. For this set, Check-In, he chose a quintet with two saxophones. Tony Lakatos, an excellent Hungarian musician some may recognize, is half of the two-horn front line. Like many other recent recordings from ...

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Roberto Magris Europlane: Check-in

Read "Check-in" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Roberto Magris leads more than one band, each of which defines a particular mood and approach. One of them is Europlane, the quintet which checks in with this recording on the Black Saint label (currently celebrating its 30th anniversary). This should bring the band wider recognition, considering the fact that the label has an international presence. ...

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Roberto Magris Europlane: Check-in

Read "Check-in" reviewed by Chris May

Some albums change the world forever and others--greater in number, but still not enough--simply make the world a more enjoyable place. Check-in is one of the latter. It offers late-period top-drawer hard bop writ large and luminous today--there are unmistakable Kind Of Blue and Somethin' Else resonances throughout the set--and although not untouched by developments in ...

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Roberto Magris Europlane: Check-in

Read "Check-in" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Roberto Magris's Check-in began its life as a self-produced recording reviewed earlier in these pages. Now with a new label sponsorship and distribution, this fine recording may find its larger audience. Magris is a pianist born in Trieste, Italy in 1959. Beginning his professional career in the late '70s, Magris went on to front several notable ...


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