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Espoo Suite

Label: Galileo Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Quiet Flows the Aspen River; Brotherhood; Igor’s Lament; Moonshine Chase; Finale; Espoo Blues.

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Espoo Big Band: Espoo Suite

Read "Espoo Suite" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Almost forty years after its inception in 1980, Finland's world-class Espoo Big Band and composer / arranger Marzi Nyman have recorded an often brash and always impressive salute to their home base, the appropriately named Espoo Suite. “This is my attempt to describe [the city]," Nyman writes, “through free-associative composing." The word “free" aptly expresses Nyman's ...

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Hauptbahnhof

Label: Galileo Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Jampparaleele; Tango de la Abuelita; Humaljärvi; Svängarska Kopanitsa; Muromskin tiell'; Hoijakat; Koi No Vacance; Haidukka; Kua Kua Kome Kiki?; Pääskysen polska; Hedwig’s Theme; Moara; Kiiskellä kisaa; Svängtime Rag; I’m Gonna Meet My Mother In Glory; Howl’s Moving Castle.

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Creology

Label: Galileo Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Ligria; Senhorinha; Upa Neguinho; Pretty Eyes; Mon di Deus; Xinxiroti; Tud Tem 1 Razão; London Light; Kem Ka Tem Cabeca; Homem Musica; Escuta Moçambique; Creology.

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Carmen Souza feat. Theo Pascal: Creology

Read "Creology" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Ha toccato anche l'Italia in cinque date tra aprile e maggio il tour mondiale di Carmen Souza, associato all'uscita del suo ottavo disco Creology. La cantante portoghese d'origini capoverdiane conferma il sodalizio col suo mentore e produttore, il contrabbassista Theo Pascal, e col percussionista Elias Kacomanolis. In qualche brano si aggiunge il giovanissimo figlio di ...

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Sväng: Hauptbahnhof

Read "Hauptbahnhof" reviewed by Anthony Shaw


From the outset, Sväng's eighth album Hauptbahnhof evokes a bygone age of often gilded life, leisured strolls, and acoustic instrumentation. Or is it just the evocative sound of their four harmonicas that immediately conjures marching men, wartime truces and so forth? In any case this album of idiosyncratic tunes, and one song, does more than its ...

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Wet Paint

Label: Galileo Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Seven Blues, Full Half Moon, Elevena, Gospodi pomiluj, Burn, Groznjan Blue, New Bass Song, Oj Devojce Pirocance, Balkanesque, Chound Seck, Fake No More

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Nenad Vasilic Trio: Wet Paint

Read "Wet Paint" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Wet Paint or “fresh paint" symbolizes the formation of the new band or the trio led by soulful bassist, producer and composer Nenad Vasilic who continues to build on the variety steam generated from his previous releases. Here he explores the trio format accompanied by pianist/keyboardist Bojan Z, who finds himself in the role of a ...

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The Art of the Balkan Bass

Label: Galileo Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Opener; Vranjanka; Lupafte; Kales bre Angjo; Zapevala Sojka Ptica; Bass Song; Day by Day; See you at Eleven; Sila Kale Bal; Tscusch Chochek; Ja Prosetah Sefteli Sokakom.

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Nenad Vasilic: The Art of the Balkan Bass

Read "The Art of the Balkan Bass" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Solo playing routinely interrogates virtually every assumption one can have about music and its function. It is also the most demanding discipline in improvised music. Here, none of the well known clichés apply: there are no “dialogues," no “sparring" or contention with a partner, no call and response. So far, there has been a plethora of ...


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