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Dino Rubino: Time of Silence

Read "Time of Silence" reviewed by Luigi Sforza


È ormai chiaro, la poetica di Dino Rubino è il risultato una sintesi perfetta tra modernismo jazzistico post-bop, umori blues, cantabilità dei temi, leggerezza espressiva e melodiosità. Rispetto al precedente disco in settetto del 2017 Where Is the Happines?, in Time of Silence il musicista catanese sceglie la formula del quartetto. Insieme ad ...

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Time of Silence

Label: Tuk Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Maybe Today; Claire; Just Blue; So Far so Close; Karol; Owl in the Moon; The Tree of My Life; Willow Weep; Loving You; Settembre.

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Umbria Jazz Winter 2020

Read "Umbria Jazz Winter 2020" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Orvieto Varie sedi, 28.12.2019--1.1.2020 Le cinque giornate di Umbria Jazz Winter si sono aperte nel segno del cordoglio per la triste notizia della scomparsa di Mario Guidi, manager di grande competenza e padre del pianista Giovanni. Il suo funerale si è tenuto a Foligno il 29 dicembre con la partecipazione larga e ...

Article: Live Review

Tempo di Chet. La versione di Chet Baker

Read "Tempo di Chet. La versione di Chet Baker" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Compagnia del Teatro Stabile di Bolzano Paolo Fresu, Dino Rubino, Marco Bardoscia Teatro Comunale Bolzano 8-11.11.2018 Il sipario si apre su una scena che fonde tra loro esterni e interni: ricostruisce un quartiere che potrebbe essere ispirato alla Hermosa Beach degli anni Cinquanta, o alla Central Avenue di ...

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Emanuele Cisi: No Eyes - Looking at Lester Young

Read "No Eyes - Looking at Lester Young" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Questo ricercato omaggio di Emanuele Cisi a Lester Young è talmente ricco di riferimenti storici e rimandi letterari che una recensione rischia di trascurare l'elemento principale e caratterizzante: No Eyes è in primo luogo uno splendido percorso musicale, che affascina per partecipazione emotiva, essenzialità melodica e lirismo. Il progetto ha saputo entrare in ...

Article: Album Review

Dino RUBINO: Where Is the Happines?

Read "Where Is the Happines?" reviewed by Luigi Sforza


In continuità con il precedente disco Kairos del 2014, Where Is the Happines? riprende alcune tematiche care al pianista e trombettista catanese Dino Rubino: cantabilità delle linee melodiche, efficaci e disimpegnati impasti armonici, accattivanti e stilizzate pulsazioni dal mood R&B ("Wind" e “Souvenirs"), vellutati intrecci timbrici tra fiati (sassofono tenore, corno francese e clarinetto basso), leggerezza ...

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Dizzy & Lead Belly: Interviews with Dave Douglas and Adam Nussbaum

Read "Dizzy & Lead Belly: Interviews with Dave Douglas and Adam Nussbaum" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


When interpreting music from the past, should contemporary musicians focus on its form or its spirit? We examine this question by interviewing Dave Douglas about his “Dizzy's Atmosphere" project and Adam Nussbaum about The Lead Belly Project album. Happy Listening! Playlist Manu Codjia, Geraldine Laurent, Christophe Marguet “Shaw' Nuff" from The Lounge ...

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Where Is the Happines?

Label: Tuk Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Joyful; Van Gogh; Wind; Etna; Where Is the Happiness?; Blanc Et Noir; Sugar Man; Broken Words; Souvenirs; Mondo; Happiness.

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Article: Album Review

Rosario Bonaccorso: A Beautiful Story

Read "A Beautiful Story" reviewed by Mark Corroto


What does Theodore Roosevelt have do do with jazz? The saying “speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far," is attributed to the American President (1901-1909). What isn't well known is that he borrowed the proverb from West Africa. Which brings us full circle to African Americans, and, of course, jazz. That same ...


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