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Doorways

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2005
Track listing: Double Excursion 1; Double Excursion 2; Doorways; No Waltz for Paul; Utre; Blue Evening; Anecdote; Suspension Points; Double Excursion 3; Words of the Sea; The Shifting Scene; The Heart of a Child; Utre (alternative take).

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Enrico Pieranunzi/Paul Motian: Doorways

Read "Doorways" reviewed by Robert R. Calder


A duly celebrated Italian pianist with other recent issues to his name, Enrico Pieranunzi stakes a claim for attention at once in the opening track of Doorways with just Paul Motian's drums in support. As a composer he's fine, but on the whole he doesn't do his own work justice here. “Double Existence I" is well-structured ...

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Enrico Pieranunzi/Paul Motian: Doorways

Read "Doorways" reviewed by John Kelman


The amount of musical liberty in an ensemble seems inversely proportionate to the number of players involved. The smaller the group, the more exposed the players. While the piano inarguably possesses the broadest range, so that its pairing with virtually any other instrument provides for the richest possible palette, there's something about a piano/drums duo that ...

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Enrico Pieranunzi/Paul Motian: Doorways

Read "Doorways" reviewed by Ty Cumbie


Not long ago I heard the excellent pianist Russ Lossing's fine recording As It Grows with Paul Motian on drums. Now comes another excellent, very different pianist, Enrico Pieranunzi, also with Motian and a new record that recalls the glory of Jarrett's time on ECM. Doorways covers wide territory, both charted and uncharted. Pieranunzi ...

Album

Doorways

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2004
Track listing: Double Excursion 1; Double Excursion 2; Doorways; No Waltz For Paul; Utre; Blue Evening; Anecdote; Suspension Points; Double Excursion 3; Words Of The Sea; The Shifting Scene; The Heart Of A Child; Utre (alternative version).

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Enrico Pieranunzi/Paul Motian: Doorways

Read "Doorways" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Doorways is an exhilarating duo release featuring veteran musicians drummer Paul Motian and pianist Enrico Pieranunzi. While Motian may be more recognized in the U.S. for his work on hundreds of recordings, Pieranunzi is also a force to be reckoned with both as a musician and composer, as witnessed on the recent recording FelliniJazz . He ...

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Enrico Pieranunzi & Paul Motian: Doorways

Read "Doorways" reviewed by Chris May


Another landmark album in the long and distinguished careers of Enrico Pieranunzi and Paul Motian, Doorways is one hour of sumptuous and transcendentally beautiful music fashioned with the simplest tools--a piano and a drum kit (and on three tracks only, a saxophone). Simultaneously lyrical and percussive, rhapsodic and vigorous, it speaks equally to the emotions and ...


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