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Girls in Airports

Girls in Airports has been described as ‘a unique blend of Nordic jazz lyricism, indie-rock influences and sounds from around the world’. The Danish band is famous for their captivating soundscapes crossing musical genres and geographical borders. Combining jazz, indie and urban folk into a unique expression of heart stirring, melody-laden elegiac hooks and dance-friendly, globally-influenced rhythms. Featuring five of the most distinctive and creative musicians from the Danish music scene, Girls in Airports is one of the most vital experimental ensembles in Europe. With a coherent and unique sound, their music is both absorbing and powerfully emotive


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Jorge Garcia: Crossover

Read "Crossover" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

In 2020, Cuban-born guitarist Jorge Garcia splits his time between South Carolina (where he resides) and Florida (where he has an established performing career). He says that the inspiration for this album occurred while he was growing up in Cuba and listening to Classic Rock on Miami radio stations, drawn to the sound of the guitar. ...


Silvio Amato

After an intensive career as a young pianist working for important pop Italian singers in Catania, his birth town, Amato moved to Milan in the mid-’80s, where he continued his work as a composer and an arranger. During this time, Amato began to collaborate with a variety of pop artists; his musical productions extended to a wide range of sectors, but the television-cinematographic one received the most focus. Among his productions, the most significant ones are his compositions for children’s TV shows of the Italian network, Mediaset. Just as remarkable are his productions of all genres for the main national networks: theme songs for prime time shows and newscasts, TV shows and soap operas, sit-coms and TV movies



Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Purple Haze; Blackbird; Living In The Past; From The Beginning; Black Dog; Nights In White Satin; Roundabout; Crossover.


Jennifer Bruce & DejaNu


International jazz artists of high acclaim are touring with a new classic style and atwist of classic pop. New generations are rediscovering and loving the romance of jazz DejaNu is bringing festivals, theaters, and clubs a new audience. The audiences who love the classics are also hearing the amazing talents of Jennifer Bruce and her jazz quartet as they brilliantly weave the classic songbook with a new spin of songs originally recorded in the pop style but with the right twist. They have given songs written by such acclaimed artists as Paul Simon, Carol King, Stevie Wonder, Burt Bachrach, Hall and Oats and the Everly Brothers new life and have audiences turning their heads and returning each time they have an opportunity to hear the New American Songbook. Jennifer Bruce, the power behind the microphone, is a multi-talented song stylist who has the chops to cover the great tunes of all time and embraces some new tunes and before you know it, the old and the new songs are seen as the New Jazz Book



Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Freefall; Crossover; 7e Arrondissement; Release; Middle Man; Don't Forget The Poet; The Peacocks.


Article: Album Review

Daniel Gassin Trio: Crossover

Read "Crossover" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Described as a “brilliant, lyrical young Melbourne pianist/composer," Australian jazz pianist Daniel Gassin reveals but a glimpse of his talents on Crossover, as evidenced by the quality of his compositions and the elite caliber of his performance. A follow up to his debut, Roundtrip (Vorticity Music, 2004)--which was rereleased in 2010--Crossover is an enchanting recording of ...



Label: PureMusic Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Nagra behover en tro (Some need a faith); 02. Crossover; 03. Liten svit fran Lerum (Little suite from Lerum); 04. Free One; 05. Drums and Bass; 06. Ocksa i mitt hjarta (Also in my heart); 07. Parallell; 08. Sangen du sjong (The song you sang). Tutte le composizioni sono di Kjell Jansson.


Article: Album Review

Kjell Jansson: Crossover

Read "Crossover" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Diavoli di svedesi! Ad osservare la foto di copertina interna con i quattro compassati musicisti in statica posa, ci si aspetterebbe una tranquilla registrazione di jazz europeo elegante e raffinato con qualche concessione alla musica delle terre d’origine. Ed invece Crossover è il disco che non ti aspetti. Certo la tradizione nordica è ben presente in ...


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