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Fabio Ragnelli

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Change Of Plans

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Burning Bridges; In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning; Echo Chamber; Guiding Light; I Love You; Out of the Ashes; Bullet with Butterfly Wings; Downpour

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Guiding Light

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 06:19

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Alex Goodman: Border Crossing

Read "Border Crossing" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Border Crossing was born of guitarist Alex Goodman's careful cogitation concerning his move from Canada to New York. It's a beautifully contemplative bridge-builder of an album, bringing together musicians from both realms and connecting classically-oriented ideals, jazz language, and modern thought into a seamless whole. In soaking in the seven tracks presented here, ...

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Allison Au Quartet: Forest Grove

Read "Forest Grove" reviewed by Dave Wayne


The sheer number of great young jazz musicians coming out of every corner of the world is simply staggering. Allison Au is an alto saxophonist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada whose debut album, The Sky Was Pale Blue, Then Grey (Self-Produced, 2014) was nominated for a Juno Award: Canada's equivalent of a Grammy nomination. Her new album, ...

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Daniel Fortin: Brinks

Read "Brinks" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Toronto-based bassist Daniel Fortin is best known for his work in MYRIAD3, a dynamic, forward-looking piano trio whose work superficially resembles that of The Bad Plus and the Esbjörn Svensson Trio in that they're young guys in a piano trio who don't play jazz the way most piano trios play jazz. Fortin's solo debut, Brinks is ...

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Eli Bennett: Breakthrough

Read "Breakthrough" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Checking out up-and-coming tenor saxophonists is often akin to checking out strong man competitions: In both cases you often have strapping and stentorian figures going through their routine(s) while trying to impress by bulldozing through anything in their path. These types of musical displays are often awe-inspiring, whether observed live or on record, and a good ...


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