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Duos II

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Sai Dessa; Nos Horizontes do Mundo; A Flor e o Espinho/Juizo Final; Muita Bobeira; Modinho, No Carnaval/Vento; Sambadulu (para Luciana Souza); Aparecida; Trocando em Miudos; Chorinho Pra Ele; Atras da Porta; Voce.

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Duos II

Label: Kadima Collective
Released: 2005
Track listing: Petit Echo/Impro 1 & Pizsa (with Ned Rothenberg, bass clarinet and alto sax); jc.com/Impro (with Victoria Hanna, vocals); Impro (with Harold Rubin, clarinet); Impro (with Josef Sprinzak, original text Tupu); Impro (with Hagai Freshtman, drums and percussion); Impro 1 & Impro 2 (with Daniel Hoffman, violin); Snake Me; Tableau 1; Tableau 2 & Tableau 3 (with Gan Lev, reeds and home made didge); Little Men Of War (with Harold Rubin, original text and clarinet); Mosquitos 1 & Impro 2 (with Nori Jacoby, viola and flutes)

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Luciana Souza: Duos II

Read "Duos II" reviewed by Brandt Reiter


This followup to singer Luciana Souza's 2002 Grammy-nominated Brazilian Duos charts much the same territory: it's a lilting, luscious record of acoustic Brazilian song interpreted through guitar and voice duets--and, if anything, it's even better than its excellent predecessor. Guitarists Romero Lubambo and Marco Pereira return from the previous project, appearing on five and three cuts, ...

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Luciana Souza: Duos II

Read "Duos II" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger


Luciana Souza's first recording of voice/guitar duets (Brazilian Duos, Suunyside 2002), was nominated for a Grammy. Her latest, Duos II, is similar in format and content; I checked my earlier review and a few glowing assessments still apply--words like “wit," “intelligence," “swing," and “poignancy." The music is still intimate and immediate (it's live), the liners again ...

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J.C. Jones With Friends: Duos II

Read "Duos II" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Israeli bassist Jean-Claude Jones--born in Tunisia, raised in France, and educated at Berklee in Boston--is one of the dedicated forerunners of the small community of free jazz players in Israel. In the last years his activity focused on intimate improvised encounters with local kindred souls--musicians, poets, vocal artists, and dancers, very often in duos, in the ...


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