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Kevin Hays, Lionel Loueke: Hope

Read "Hope" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso

Kevin Hays e Lionel Loueke sono ormai da diversi anni considerati due fra i più affermati musicisti della loro generazione, avendo alle spalle numerosi dischi e concerti in collaborazione con artisti del calibro di Brad Mehldau, David Holland, Chris Potter, Bill Stewart, Sonny Rollins, John Scofield, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter e Charlie Haden, solo per nominarne ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Jazz from Europe on ECM (1972 - 1976)

Read "Jazz from Europe on ECM (1972 - 1976)" reviewed by Russell Perry

Previously in this series we have surveyed record labels as representative of the jazz trends in their times—for example bebop on Dial in the 40s, mainstream jazz on Verve in the 50s, and hard bop on Blue Note in the 60s. The German label ECM can be seen as representative of a major trend of the ...

ARTICLE: MY PLAYLIST

Federica Michisanti

Read "Federica Michisanti" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

1. Dave King Trio, I've Been Ringing You (Sunnyside, 2012). Ho visto questo trio dal vivo a Roma un anno e mezzo fa ed ho acquistato il loro disco. King è un musicista eccezionale e mi piace il suo interplay con Bill Carrothers e Billy Peterson. 2. Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Plays Debussy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richie Goods and Nuclear Fusion: Three Rivers

Read "Three Rivers" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Growing up in the 1970s, I was a rabid fan of the aggressive and adventurous sounds of jazz-rock, later re-branded as “jazz fusion." I slowly lost interest as the style became mired in a sticky sea of overproduced pop moves and smooth sentiment, but held out hope for some sort of renaissance. The jam-band fad of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

FAB Trio: History of Jazz In Reverse

Read "History of Jazz In Reverse" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Jazz violin, for some, is an acquired taste. Perhaps this has more to do with the instrument's dominant role in Western classical music, more than anything else, but there's something very naked and vocal about the sound of a violin--much like the saxophone, it calls forth all sorts of intense emotions. Billy Bang, who died in ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

2010 Portland Jazz Festival

Read "2010 Portland Jazz Festival" reviewed by Lloyd N. Peterson Jr.

The Portland Jazz Festival is now in its 7th year under the artistic direction of Bill Royston. And at this point, it's pretty safe to say that this is a festival that has earned it's due as one of the most creative festivals that has not only survived the current economic downturn but has done so ...

Music from Two Basses

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Improvised Piece I; Improvised Piece II; Beans; Raindrops; Maybe I Can Sing It For You; Just a Whisper; Song for Clare.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David Holland/Barre Phillips: Music from Two Basses

Read "Music from Two Basses" reviewed by John Kelman

Solo bass recordings can be a challenge for the casual listener, an entire album of bass duets even more so. Still, based on the word from ECM Records in Germany, one of the most requested titles for reissue on CD, previously only available on vinyl, is just that: Music from Two Basses, one of the label's ...


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