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Eight Cylinder Bigband

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Bigband Intro Joint; Matight Intro; Nice Green Bo; Eight Cylinder; Gospel Song; Home Cookin'; Return to the Source; Dump the Goose; Sad Belt; Mr. Scales; Outro Blow; Bolero.

A Gershwin Playground

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off; Fascinating Rhythm/I Got Rhythm; The Man I Love; It Ain’t Necessarily So; I Loves You Porgy; They Can’t Take That Away From Me; Someone To Watch Over Me; Rhapsody in Blue; Summertime.

Mediterranean Tales

Label: Enja Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Secret Sun Dance; Landscapes; Nature; The Dreamer; The day is gone; Chacarera gringa.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Guy Mintus Trio: A Gershwin Playground

Read "A Gershwin Playground" reviewed by Troy Dostert

"Go big or go home" might as well be Guy Mintus' mantra. The Israeli pianist has a forceful presence on his instrument, and he seemingly brings every ounce of talent and creativity he possesses to every record he releases. His debut trio album, A Home In Between (Self-Produced, 2017), was a terrific amalgam of styles, showcasing ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Petros Klampanis: Irrationalities

Read "Irrationalities" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Giunto al quarto album, il bassista greco attivo tra Atene e New York, cambia organico confermando la personale cifra espressiva nel nuovo contesto. Fattosi apprezzare per le composizioni melodicamente suggestive, in sofisticate orchestrazioni con archi, Petros Klampanis presenta un trio tutto europeo, con il batterista polacco Bodek Janke e il pianista estone Kristjan Randalu. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gianni Iorio & Pasquale Stafano: Mediterranean Tales

Read "Mediterranean Tales" reviewed by Ian Patterson

When it comes to the bandoneon it's impossible not to think of Astor Piazzolla, the great virtuoso and father of nuevo tango, whose influence and legacy is still very much felt. Since the late 1990s bandoneonist Gianni Iorio and pianist Pasquale Stafano's Nuevo Tango Ensemble has found inspiration in Piazzola's jazz- inflected tango, releasing a handful ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Matthias Bublath: Eight Cylinder Bigband

Read "Eight Cylinder Bigband" reviewed by Edward Blanco

German pianist and Hammond B3 organist Matthias Bublath realizes a long-held passion of recording his own big-band and so, after eleven albums to date, Eight Cylinder Bigband finally comes to the fore in splashy audacious fashion, encompassing a musical spectrum which ranges from blues, gospel and soul/funk to Afro-Caribbean flavors documented on twelve swinging compositions. The ...

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Pasquale Stafano

Pianist, composer and arranger, he graduated in Classical Piano in 1994 and in Jazz in 2000 at “Umberto Giordano” Music Conservatory in Foggia (Italy). He has also a Degree in Economy with Marketing specialization, at University of Foggia in 2004. He is Professor of Piano Jazz at “Luca Marenzio” Music Conservatory in Brescia (Italy). COLLABORATIONS He collaborates with some of the best contemporary jazz musicians among which Javier Girotto, Gabriele Mirabassi, Fabrizio Bosso, Valtinho Anastacio, Max Ionata, Roberto Ottaviano, Michele Rabbia, Kiwha Lee, Yeahwon Shin. He also collaborated with the Italian very famous actors Michele Placido and Giorgio Albertazzi and with Magna Grecia Orchestra and Bari Metropolitan Orchestra. PRODUCTION: 2020

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Label: Enja Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Still Searching; Feb. 1st; Reginia; Samba de Argamonte; Cargo Caprice; W Schubert & Troy; Vienna; Yarkan; 33; Tzafonah.


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