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Ethan Winogrand

Ethan Winogrand was born in New York City. He started playing guitar at five years old, teaching himself songs from the radio and the various records of his family. He began private lessons and added piano to his studies. When fifteen he discovered drums and from then on there was no turning back. In 1976 at the age of seventeen he joined the rock group "Joe Cool", who were part of the early punk scene at CBGBs and Max's Kansas City in NYC and who performed at those clubs one week or more each month with other usual suspects like "Talking Heads"," Television"," Blonde","John Cale","The Ramones" ect..

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Catherine Sikora's Paris Sessions at the Centre Culturel Irlandais: Sancturary and Things To Do In Paris

Read "Catherine Sikora's Paris Sessions at the Centre Culturel Irlandais: Sancturary and Things To Do In Paris" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Irish saxophonist Catherine Sikora, who makes New York her home, is a dynamic improviser and an innovative composer who, from the start of her career, has had a unique sound. Her mastery over her instrument as well as her expansive and multifaceted aesthetics make her albums completely absorbing. In 2020 she released two captivating, live recordings ...

Tangled Tango

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Broadway Jitters; Transmissions; Successions; Una Vuelta; Tangled Tango; She's Flying Gumbo Low; Nocturnal Snow; Crocodilian Wag; Pickup Sticks; Time to Kill; What Next; Wrapping Paper.

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Ethan Winogrand: Tangled Tango

Read "Tangled Tango" reviewed by Troy Collins

Drummer Ethan Winogrand's early days were spent in the punk band Joe Cool, playing alongside such innovative acts as Television, The Talking Heads, Blondie and the Ramones at New York's CBGB's and Max's Kansas City. An early interest in jazz led to a variety of side-man gigs and four years living in Copenhagen. Moving from Brooklyn ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ethan Winogrand: Tangled Tango

Read "Tangled Tango" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Tangled Tango, tango aggrovigliato. Ammesso che esista un tango, ovvero la traduzione in musica della sensualità, semplice. Ma, contravvenendo al titolo dell'album, il brano di apertura è abbastanza diretto e lineare, nonchè piuttosto distante dal tango. Poi, con il susseguirsi dei brani, l'album acquisisce in complessità, merce rara nelle composizioni dei batteristi, solitamente più focalizzati sugli ...

Made In Brooklyn

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Released: 2003
Track listing: Projectionisum; Pepper And Things; Skip To My Blues; Down Easy Under; Which Congo Way; Seven Seas; Slomo; Sloppy Joe.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ethan Winogrand: Made In Brooklyn

Read "Made In Brooklyn" reviewed by Mark Corroto

You have to love drummer-led recordings. Is it because the producer mixes the leader a bit louder, or maybe you just concentrate more on the beat? Maybe both. Sessions led by Billy Higgins, Roy Haynes, Tony Williams, or today’s stars like Jim Black, Matt Wilson and Joey Baron cause you to focus on subtleties and the ...


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