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Gagliardi/Albrigtsen/Thornton/Thorén: The Trip

Read "The Trip" reviewed by Don Phipps

Those who like a cup of coffee or tea on a chilly morning will appreciate the warmth provided by the album, The Trip. There is a great deal of happiness in this music, and it bubbles and percolates like a champagne toast on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The performing quartet, comprised of saxophonist Gianni Gagliardi, ...

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Michael Leonhart, Rava, Lovano, Zappa & Other New Releases

Read "Michael Leonhart, Rava, Lovano, Zappa & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

From previously unreleased recordings of Frank Zappa to the much-anticipated new album by the Michael Leonhart Orchestra and the exciting collaboration between Enrico Rava and Joe Lovano, this week we delve into another stash of really exciting new releases. Happy listening! Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & ...

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20 Bands You Didn't Know You Can't Live Without

Read "20 Bands You Didn't Know You Can't Live Without" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

There is a treasure-trove of jazz gems away from the usual labels, venues, websites... one has just to look around and search for it. This week we feature bands whose quality may have not been matched by their international commercial success... but that's often the curse of excellent music that goes off the beaten path. Since ...

Nomadic Nature

Label: Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Paris; L'ironie D'une Jolie Prisse De Tete; Macanudo Man; Sillynette; Margolinda; Timarelo; Varicela Patagonica; Senor Trane.

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Gianni Gagliardi: Nomadic Nature

Read "Nomadic Nature" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

Sin dalle prime note di contrabbasso, che mantiene un pedale e introducono “Paris," l'appassionato di Ornette Coleman esulta. Scorrono altre tracce -"L'ironie d'une Jolie Prisse De Téte," dove alberga una definizione sonora di tipo iberico, moderna e spavaldamente veloce, “Macanudo Man," una specie di funk sospeso tra la possibilità di farsi fusion e l'impossibilità di appiatirsi ...

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Gianni Gagliardi: Nomadic Nature

Read "Nomadic Nature" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Barcelona-born, Brooklyn-based tenor saxophonist Gianni Gagliardi has long been a wanderer. He left his homeland in his teens, relocating to the Netherlands to further his jazz knowledge at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Later moves found him soaking up information at SUNY Purchase in New York, Le Conservatoire National Superior de Paris, Boston's Berklee School of Music, ...

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André Santos: Ponto De Partida

Read "Ponto De Partida" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Listening to Ponto de Partida (Starting Point), it's rather hard to believe that André Santos has been playing jazz for less than 10 years. The young Portuguese guitarist's charming, understated debut album seems like the work of an older musician: one, perhaps, with nothing to prove except for the sheer enjoyment of making music. From the ...

André Santos: Ponto de Partida

Read "André Santos: Ponto de Partida" reviewed by Phil Barnes

There is something wonderful about watching a talented musician make the leap to bandleader and composer on record for the first time. Possibilities have yet to be closed off, the inspiration simply to showcase a personal take on the music they love, the budget not even contemplating high concepts, lavish orchestras, or if you're Rick Wakeman ...


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