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Claudio Vignali: Rach Mode On

Read "Rach Mode On" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

Dopo l'ottimo esordio di Indu Juggernaut e gli interessanti dischi collaborativi del 2016 Now and Then e Revert, Claudio Vignali prosegue il suo appassionante viaggio alla ricerca di territori sonori inesplorati tornando in studio di registrazione insieme a Daniele Principato, con il quale ha intrapreso fino dal 2012 un percorso di integrazione fra strumenti acustici ed ...


Christian Spering


Since the late 80'ies he has collaborated with many fine musicians in the field of "Scandinavian Jazz" such as: Bobo Stenson, Lennart Åberg, Jon Christensen, Palle Mikkelborg, Joakim Milder and Nils Landgren. He has also played and/or recorded with: Kenny Wheeler, Paul Bley, Tom Harrell, Paul McCandless and Peter Erskine. At present he is very busy with Daniel Karlsson Trio.


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Daniel Karlsson Trio: Das Taxibat

Read "Das Taxibat" reviewed by Ian Patterson

When not driving a taxi boat around Stockholm's archipelago, pianist Daniel Karlsson is best known as the pianist/organist in drummer Magnus Öström's band and the award-winning, Swedish jazz-fusion quintet Oddjob. The latter's chameleon-like shifts have encompassed funk and chill-out, jazz takes on Ennio Morricone's Western themes and, on JAZOO (Headspin Records, 2013), jazz--of a sophisticated kind--for ...


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