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Jeremy Udden: Three in Paris

Read "Three in Paris" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Il poco più che quarantenne sassofonista statunitense Jeremy Udden presenta questo lavoro registrato a Parigi nell'agosto del 2018 alla testa di un trio nel quale è accompagnato da due eccellenti musicisti: il contrabbassista francese Nicolas Moreaux, notevole tecnica e collaborazioni importanti, e lo storico batterista americano, da decenni attivo in Francia, John Betsch. Una formazione, il ...

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Jason Kao Hwang & Karl Berger: Conjure

Read "Conjure" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

There is an adventurer's appeal when two free thinkers just pick up mid-stream and let the river carry them. Without label or structure constraint, life-preservers and the chronic happenstance which bars so many back from reaching beyond themselves, music emerges shaded by emotional time, humor, awareness, and mutual respect for each other's untapped potential.

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Albert Ayler: Quartets 1964: Spirits To Ghosts Revisited

Read "Quartets 1964: Spirits To Ghosts Revisited" reviewed by Mark Corroto

When did you first encounter saxophonist Albert Ayler's music? Not 'hear' because hearing was just part of the experience. Call it the shock of the new or just the discovery of a totally original sound, Ayler's music was a revelation. That first encounter will probably always be one of those “where were you when you first ...

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Gabriele Mitelli European Quartet alla Camera del Lavoro

Read "Gabriele Mitelli European Quartet alla Camera del Lavoro" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

Gabriele Mitelli European Quartet--Urto Atelier Musicale--XXV Edizione Auditorium G. Di Vittorio della Camera del Lavoro Milano 10.11.2018 Nella settimana in cui tutta l'attenzione degli appassionati milanesi era focalizzata sul festival JazzMI, il concerto dello European Quartet del trombettista Gabriele Mitelli (qui anche in veste di sax-sopranista dai vaghi sentori ...

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The Brooklyn Express: No Time Left!

Read "No Time Left!" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Registrato a Brooklyn nel giugno 2015, questo nuovo lavoro della Premiata Ditta Cavallanti/Tononi non tradisce neanche stavolta le attese, anzi rinverdisce atmosfere e -diciamolo pure -opulenze che la crisi globale in cui ci stiamo dibattendo ha finito spesso per mettere in un angolo (proprio per un fatto di dispiegamento di mezzi e forze). ...

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Christmas IV: Jazz Instrumental - Duke Ellington, Tim Warfield, Manhattan Brass and Ted Rosenthal Trio

Read "Christmas IV:  Jazz Instrumental - Duke Ellington, Tim Warfield, Manhattan Brass and Ted Rosenthal Trio" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

This holiday season has turned out better than the past several when considering quality seasonal music releases. The jazz instrumental contingent has provided several fine recordings for consideration. Harmonie Ensemble / New York, Steven Richman Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn / Piotr Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suites Harmonia Mundi ...

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ELBJazz Festival 2013: Hamburg, Germany, May 24-25, 2013

Read "ELBJazz Festival 2013: Hamburg, Germany, May 24-25, 2013" reviewed by John Kelman

ELBJazz FestivalHamburg, GermanyMay 24-25, 2013Attending a multitude of festivals each year, there's always the challenge of finding the hook--the thing that makes a festival different from any other. When it comes to Hamburg's ELBJazz Festival, now only in its fourth year, it's easy. A harbor town on the Elbe River, located just 70 ...


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