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Fabio Delvo' is an “open mind” musician involved in differents projects based on modern jazz, contemporary conceptions till avantgarde, and sometimes too experimental approach to improvvisation. He's in the TOP JAZZ list 2012 and 2013, for the new italians best talent, according the prestigious review “Musica Jazz”. He was born in Varese, close to Milan, on 31 October 1971. He started classical music studies c/o musical Lyceum of Varese, then he graduated for jazz functional harmony in Milan and then in several stages with great musicians like Steve Lacy, Joe Zawinul, Gary Burton, Johnny Griffin, Bruce Gertz, Giovanni Tommaso, Claudio Fasoli. He completed Berklee summer school during Umbria Jazz Festival '95, he was a member of rappresentative combo during harmony Stages of Maestro Giovanni Tommaso in C.E.M.M


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R.I.P. McCoy Tyner and Jon Christensen

Read "R.I.P. McCoy Tyner and Jon Christensen" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

As social distancing becomes the norm in this new world, filling the spaces with music seems like a great idea to keep people together. Two musicians whose careers did exactly that are recognized in the last part of this week's episode: pianist McCoy Tyner and drummer Jon Christensen, both of whom passed in recent weeks. They ...


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Fredrik Lundin, Francesco Cusa, and Gianni Lenoci

Read "Fredrik Lundin, Francesco Cusa, and Gianni Lenoci" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

It's just one of those happy coincidences that bassist Lisa Mezzacappa, whose name is likely Italian in orgin, is one of the featured artists in this episode, because there's noticeable Italian content as well. Mezzacappa's latest with her ensemble Six, is inspired by the short stories of Italo Calvino (also Italian). Music from Italian musicians comes ...


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Susana Santos Silva, Tim Berne, Andrew Bain and More

Read "Susana Santos Silva, Tim Berne, Andrew Bain and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Some of the jazz world's top female improvisers are front and center in this episode. Anna Webber and Angela Morris, two Canadian expat saxophonists who've earned big cred in New York, have released Both Are True with their excellent big band. Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva has a new album with her quintet, Impermanence. You'll also ...


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Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More

Read "Daniel Rosenboom, Deep Ford, Dayna Stephens and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

The feature artist is Los Angeles trumpeter Daniel Rosenboom who stokes the fires of outrage and concern for current politics and society on his new Absurd in the Anthropocene. There are plenty of new releases from European artists: Deep Ford, the very ambitious trio of keyboardist Benoit Delbecq, saxophonist Robin Fincker and drummer Sylvain Darrifourcq, Phronesis ...


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Fabio Delvò: Bella Mia

Read "Bella Mia" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Singolare e atipico lavoro di un musicista dalla notevole voce di contralto e dalle indubbie capacità improvvisative, Bella Mia è l'estremo omaggio alla madre Elena, strutturalmente costruito come un solo di sax -in parte accompagnato da un basso semiacustico -attorno al quale operano vari ospiti con i loro contributi. Il titolo del CD rimanda ...


Bella Mia

Label: Autoprodotto
Released: 2016
Track listing: Ouverture; Danzo solo per te; Ti amo; Epilogo.


Article: Album Review

Giancarlo Tossani Synapser + Alessi: Newswok

Read "Newswok" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Wonders never cease. When Newswok first arrived in the mail, my first question was not “What the hell does 'Newswok' mean?" It was “Who is Giancarlo Tossani, and why is Ralph Alessi playing with him?" I was also alarmed that I had never heard of the record label, Auand Records, before. This despite the fact that ...



Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Rychle; Aritmetrico; Percezioni Spaziali; Without Inspiration; Fluttuazioni; Lullaby of Wind; Impro; Letabela.


Article: Album Review

Fabio Delvò: Rastplatz

Read "Rastplatz" reviewed by Dave Wayne

I became aware of Fabio Delvo's music via his recordings with guitarist Jeff Platz. Platz has an ear for first-rate musicianship, and his recordings with lesser-known European musicians such as Delvo, Jan Klare, and Meinrad Kneer have been nothing short of revelatory. The title of Delvo's second album as a leader, Rastplatz, isn't a tribute to ...


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