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Duologue

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Duologue

Label: Mack Avenue Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Africa; Estamos Llegando; Thriller; Cosas Del Amor; Duologue; El Punto Cubano; Flor; Jardín Soñador; Super Mario Bros 3; Mariposa; Yo Volveré.

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Alfredo Rodriguez: Duologue

Read "Duologue" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Alfredo Rodriguez is the classically trained son of Cuban singer/composer “Alfredito" Rodriguez. In 2009, he accompanied his father on a concert tour of Mexico, decided not to return to his homeland, and asked for political asylum in the U.S. Once there, he began a music career aided by veteran producer Quincy Jones. In 2015, he won ...

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Alfredo Rodriguez/Pedrito Martinez: Duologue

Read "Duologue" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


When running down the names of notable and somewhat recent Cuban exports in the jazz realm, Alfredo Rodriguez and Pedrito Martinez both rank at the top of the list. Rodriguez, a conservatory trained pianist with a strong familial connection to the aural arts, came under the wing of the great Quincy Jones back in 2006. He ...

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Duologue

Label: MCG Jazz
Released: 2014
Track listing: Caravan; The Mooche; RCJG; Monk Medley Part 1 (Ask Me Now, Evidence); Row Twelve; Black Gold; Jitterbug Waltz; Freedom Jazz Dance; Monk Medley Part 2 (Bright Mississippi, Four In One); Happy House; Woody 'N' You.

Album

Duologue

Label: MCG Jazz
Released: 2014

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Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash: Duologue

Read "Duologue" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Saxophone and drum duos aren't as rare as some might believe, but a good percentage of such encounters are challenging, left-leaning affairs. John Coltrane's edgy encounters with Rashied Ali on Interstellar Space (Impulse!, 1974) emboldened many in the so-called avant-garde to marry these instruments time and again over the ensuing decades, yet few centrists seem as ...

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Duologue

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2008
Track listing: Thank You; Conversation; Subway Song; Circular Movement; Violet Sky; Midtown Blues; Muse; You Are Welcome.

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Eri Yamamoto: Duologue

Read "Duologue" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


La pianista giapponese (ma residente a New York da tredici anni) Eri Yamamoto (clicca qui per leggere l’intervista che le abbiamo fatto) è ormai una realtà che si sta imponendo all’attenzione degli appassionati, grazie anche alle sue frequenti collaborazioni con William Parker e Hamid Drake, i quali le sono accanto in alcune tracce di questo disco ...

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Eri Yamamoto: Duologue

Read "Duologue" reviewed by John Sharpe


For her first disc as a leader away from her trio, Japanese pianist Eri Yamamoto has chosen to work in duo with four different partners: master bassist William Parker, veteran downtown New York saxophonist Daniel Carter and percussionists Hamid Drake and Federico Ughi. Classically trained, Yamamoto dedicated her life to jazz after a revelatory experience hearing ...


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