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New Brighton

Label: Pirouet Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Lehar; Storm Chaser; Les Bouts Du Monde; W.E.; Calling the Spirits; Cho Oyu; Enchanted Beans; Fjord; Kululeka; Malstrom; New Brighton; The Beatles Go East; My Old Flame.

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Domenic Landolf: New Brighton

Read "New Brighton" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The term, “Impressionism" has been bandied about with such regularity in recent times that it has all but ceased to mean anything, much less suggest the kind of music that came from the pen of Claude Debussy and, a short time later, from that equally famous French composer, Maurice Ravel. Every once in awhile, however, there ...

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Domenic Landolf: New Brighton

Read "New Brighton" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Thirteen musical episodes--simultaneously stressing individual paths, duo rapport and trio interplay--make up New Brighton. Multi-reedist Domenic Landolf shows that he knows how to go out on a limb, creating challenging music, but he always balances the adventurous with the accessible. Stability--whether dealing with rhythm or melody--is the key factor here. One musician will often provide a ...

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Domenic Landolf: New Brighton

Read "New Brighton" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The trio ensemble of reed instrument with a spare backing of just drums and bass was pioneered by Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins. Ornette on alto sax, of course, with the occasional trumpet or violin, and Coltrane on tenor and soprano, Rollins on his always brawny tenor saxophone. It was groundbreaking stuff in the ...

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Domenic Landolf - New Brighton (Pirouet)

The cover shot to Swiss-born saxophonist Domenic Landolf's Pirouet debut offers a clever visual analogue to his music with a stark sepia tone view of Coney Island's Hell Hole attraction, now defunct some 15 years. Landolf's overarching concept on the date is an intriguing variant on chamber jazz past and present. Bassist Patrice Moret and drummer ...


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