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Dave Restivo

Album

Arancina

Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Train to Catania; Palermo Street Scenes; Moonlight in Modica; Arancina; Kintsugi; Raven's Wing; Baby Steps; Bittersweet Goodbye; It's You Or No One.

Album

Shifting Sands

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Shifting Sands; Dali's Hourglass; Bayou; Dreams of Ozymandius; La Tormenta; Derecho; Bembe ; Atacama; Homecoming.

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Article: Album Review

The David Restivo Trio: Arancina

Read "Arancina" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The David Restivo Trio's Arancina is all about “home," whether it is pianist Restivo's ancestral home in Sicily, projected with a beautifully-painted homage on his four-part “Sicilian Suite," or his brief home in Nova Scotia with “Raven's Wing," inspired by the dark birds soaring over the Northumberland Strait which separates Nova Scotia from Prince Edward Island. ...

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Raven's Wing

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Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 05:48

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Article: Album Review

Dave Young / Terry Promane: Octet Vol. 2

Read "Octet Vol. 2" reviewed by Jack Bowers


It's a sign of the economic times (and a steadily shrinking audience) that more and more jazz CDs are being released these days in the near-equivalent of a “plain brown wrapper." That's certainly true of Octet Vol. 2, the second recording by Canada's Dave Young / Terry Promane ensemble. That does not mean, however, that the ...

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Article: Album Review

Shirantha Beddage: Momentum

Read "Momentum" reviewed by Dave Wayne


The fact that Momentum is only Shirantha Beddage's third album as a leader since 2007 suggests that he's either putting a lot of thought into his music, or that he has a lot of other stuff going on. One thing he has going on is composing music for the FX television series Fargo. Still, it's kind ...

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Article: Interview

Christine Jensen: Impressionism

Read "Christine Jensen: Impressionism" reviewed by George Colligan


[ Editor's Note: The following interview is reprinted from George Colligan's blog, Jazztruth] I was first exposed to alto saxophonist Christine Jensen through working with her trumpet playing sister Ingrid Jensen. We played some of her music, which really struck me as direct, mature, grounded and highly creative. Later on I got to meet ...


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