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Aaron Parks: Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man

Read "Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

Back with his second effort under the Little Big moniker, Aaron Parks stretches out the concepts that had been established on the group's debut recording and presents an even tighter display of original jazz meets pop blended instrumentals. As on predecessor Little Big (Ropeadope Records, 2018), each bar and every measure of each track have been ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aaron Parks: Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man

Read "Little Big II: Dreams of a Mechanical Man" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Upon initial listening, there is a deceptive lightness-of-being borne throughout Little Big II: Dreams of A Mechanical Man that may or may not come off to some, or most, as slightly too poppy a venture. But pianist Aaron Parks and his road-running cohorts, rock toned guitarist Greg Tuohey, bassist David Ginyard, Jr and drummer/percussionist Tommy Crane, ...

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Aaron Parks alla Sala Vanni di Firenze

Read "Aaron Parks alla Sala Vanni di Firenze" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Aaron Parks Little Big A Jazz Supreme Sala Vanni Firenze 15.11.2019 Per gli appuntamenti autunnali della rassegna fiorentina A Jazz Supreme era in programma il pianista statunitense Aaron Parks, uno dei più apprezzati pianisti tastieristi emergenti, alla testa del suo più recente quartetto, composto dal chitarrista Greg Tuohey, dal bassista ...

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Jerome Sabbagh & Greg Tuohey: No Filter

Read "No Filter" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Il titolo di questo lavoro, cofirmato dal sassofonista Jerome Sabbagh e dal chitarrista Greg Tuohey, rimanda alla precisa intenzione di evitare, in sede di registrazione, qualsiasi tipo di effetto, sovraincisione ed editing, così da poter catturare il suono così come sgorgava dagli strumenti nel corso dell'interazione dei musicisti. Una scelta in controtendenza con quanto si è ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aaron Parks: Little Big

Read "Little Big" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo un decennio caratterizzato da svariate collaborazioni, esibizioni pianistiche in solo (Arborescence) e in differenti trio (Alive in Japan e Find The Way), Aaron Parks torna a un pieno ruolo di compositore e leader sviluppando l'estetica del celebrato Invisible Cinema. Protagonista è un quartetto d'identica strumentazione ma con nuovi partner: il chitarrista neozelandese ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aaron Parks: Little Big

Read "Little Big" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Pianist/composer Aaron Parks' recording career began when, at the impressionable age of eighteen, he signed on with Terrence Blanchard and recorded several noted albums with the trumpeter, most notably the soundtrack to Spike Lee's Invisible Man and Blanchard's own, Grammy winning A Tale of God's Will (Requiem for Katrina (Blue Note, 2007). In the creative interim ...

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Aaron Parks: Little Big

Read "Little Big" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The press release for highly praised keyboard/composer Aaron Parks's (Kurt Rosenwinke, Terence Blanchard) latest album states: “after experimenting with various lineups and sessions, Parks landed on three musicians ideally suited for this atmospheric, genre-bending new work." And after listening to this inspiring session it's easy to discern why Parks needed time and a bit of prudence ...

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Jerome Sabbagh and Greg Tuohey: No Filter

Read "No Filter" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes

So much regard is given to audio quality in the 21st century that there has become something of an obsession with “purity." A desire for music that has no digital manipulation, no computers layering sounds together. As co-band leaders, Jerome Sabbagh and Greg Tuohey resolved to attain this quality on No Filter by recording the album ...

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Art Ensemble of Chicago, Federica Michisanti and other great new releases

Read "Art Ensemble of Chicago, Federica Michisanti and other great new releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Sometime ago everybody kept saying that the CD was dead. Judging by the growing number of new records that keep coming out at an increasing pace, the CD is still alive and kicking! Intrestgingly, as the number of new jazz albums continues to grow, this has not been at the expense of the average quality of ...


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