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Days

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: El Teatro; Days; Morph; Prelude to Almintiri; Almintiri; Doing Circles; Comprehend; Breaking through Shadows; Justice.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Non ancora trentenne il chitarrista portoricano Gabriel Vicéns dimostra di sapersi muovere disinvoltamente nel mare magnum del modern mainstrem, con piglio autorevole nella conduzione musicale, con studiata scaltrezza nel variare mood e atmosfere, con intelligenza nell'assicurarsi i servigi di due vecchie volpi come il sassofonista David Sanchez e il trombettista Alex Sipiagin anche co-produttore del disco, ...

Days

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Days; Feel Like Makin' Love; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; Shooting Star (For My Father); Light and Careless; Come To Me; You and the Night and the Music; He Kissed Your Lips; But Not For Me; Lost.

Days

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: El Teatro; Days; Morph; Prelude to Amintiri; Amintiri; Doing Circles; Comprehend; Breaking Through Shadows; Justice.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Chris Mosey

A varied mix of influences has gone into the songs on this, Gabriel Vicéns' second album. There are the the loves of the guitarist's young life, the vampires and werewolves of the horror films he enjoys and the everyday trials and tribulations of the working people of his native Puerto Rico. He says: ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Gabriel Vicéns recorded his first album Point in Time in 2012, when the guitarist was only 23 and which featured jazz bass legend Eddie Gomez. Days, his second album was recorded in his home town of San Juan, Puerto Rico. He currently teaches guitar at a collegiate level in the Music Department of the Interamerican University ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Young Puerto Rican-born guitarist Gabriel Vicens unveils his second album as leader with the audacious Days documenting a nine-piece program of infectious modern jazz with a touch of the Latin flavor to make it interesting and quite appealing. A graduate from the Conservatorio de Musica de Puerto Rico, the twenty-seven-year old musician is currently professor at ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

A rising jazz guitarist who graduated from Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico and currently serves as a Professor at Universidad Interamericana in San Juan, Gabriel Vicens's sophomore release Days exuberantly articulates the soundtrack of his life. This follow up to his 2012 self-produced Point in Time shows personal growth and expression with its contagious hooks ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Maya Nova: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Bulgarian vocalist/composer Maya Nova made the move from a lengthy teaching and performing engagement in Singapore to New York City, releasing Days in the creative bargain. She continues to study the seam between pop and jazz that she did on her previous Open (Self Produced, 2010), sprinkling jazz standards among interpretations of more modern tunes and ...


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