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Coreto

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Analog

Label: Carimbo Porta-jazz
Released: 2017
Track listing: Analog I: Sob Escuta; Analog II: SOS; Analog III: Not Sweet Enough; Analog IV: Radio; Analog V: Transistor; Analog VI: Curto-Circuito

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Aljamia

Label: Carimbo Porta-jazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Kalenderi; Satírico; Ensaio Primeiro; Corrente; Aeroporto; Danças a Leste.

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Label: Carimbo Porta-jazz
Released: 2013
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Coreto: Aljamia

Read "Aljamia" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson


Coreto is an eleven-piece jazz ensemble from the Portuguese city of Porto. Aljamia, its début release, is also among the first albums to emerge from Porta-Jazz, an association of Porto jazz musicians.Leader and alto saxophonist/flautist João Pedro Brandão is a student of the multilayered musical traditions of the Mediterranean. The region is a remarkably ...

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Coreto: Aljamia

Read "Aljamia" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The full power of Coreto's music is felt in the combinatorial possibilities that exist with eleven individualists pulling their weight. This particular project is the first of what promises to be many from the Porto-Jazz Association, a collective of strong, modern jazz personalities based in Oporto, Portugal. Though still at an early stage as a cooperative ...

Album

Aljamia

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Kalenderi; Satírico; Ensaio Primeiro; Corrente; Aeroporto; Danças a Leste;


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