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Sothiac with Paul Jolly

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Paul Jolly is saxophonist / clarinettist, who after meeting the pianist and composer Mel Davis in 1964, began to explore jazz and improvised music. In 1969 he joined the People Band an improvising group formed by Davis and the percussionist Terry Day. The Band currently continues to work both in the UK and internationally. He has performed and recorded in a wide variety of creative music projects - including two years as Musical Director for the Intriplicate Mime Company, major European tours with the People Band, Big Chico, Mummy and Loverly – featuring the singer Maggie Nicols

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TC Rothell

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Trucker & sometimes a musician/songwriter. - Multi-instrumental (except vox) - As a musician I'm one heck of a truck driver. - Taking steps to having everything done by professional musicians & vocalists - Send audition links

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Phil Traynor

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Phil has been a musician for over 45 years. He plays drums, bass, keyboards, and guitars. Phil's early influences that pointed him toward the Jazz world include Chuck Mangione, Pat Metheny, Yellowjackets, Spyro Gyra, Tim Weisberg, Harry Connick Jr, and the Bob Mintzer Big Band. Phil is also heavily into many independent artists. Being an indie himself, Phil is a staunch advocate of the independent music community. Most of you buy records and don't even realize how many thousands upon thousands of musicians, singers, and songwriters there are that have every bit of the talent, drive, and skill of the mainstream music community, but they just haven't found the right break

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Amy E. Denio

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Denio (rhymes with ‘Ohio’ or ‘gennaio’) is a multi- instrumentalist composer and singer based in Seattle, WA. Home-taper since the Dark Ages of Analogue, she started her label Spoot Music in 1986, with the release of her first cassette, ‘No Bones.’ Since then, she’s recorded & released over 60 cassettes, LPs and CDs created solo and with an array of international musicians. Her parents played jazz semi-professionally, and she grew up in a musical household. She was inducted into the Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame in 2015. An award-winning composer, she has been creating & producing soundscores for dance, theater and film since 1983

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Selva Band

Antonio Cosenza, guitarist, composer and founder of the Latin-Jazz Band SELVA started playing the guitar at the age of ten. He began his study of music in 1977 at the National Conservatory in Guatemala city. He lives in Hamburg since 1982 where he continued studying at the High School for Music, before successfuly graduating in 1987. His repertoire includes music from the renaissance period thorough to present, with the main emphasis concentrating on latinamerican music. Some of his own compositions and also numerous arrangements from the music of the mayan and garinagu have been published in germany and guatemala

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Simon Lasky Group

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Formed in London in 2015, the 5-piece Simon Lasky Group have released two albums of original compositions on ’33Jazz’ Records and regularly perform at many of the leading jazz venues in the U.K. ‘Close to Ecstasy’ (from the 2018 album release ‘About the Moment’) won the prestigious 2018 BRITISH COMPOSER AWARDS in the ‘Jazz Composition for Small Ensemble’ category and was broadcast on BBC Radio in the U.K and NPR across the U.S. Quasi-symphonic compositions, propulsive grooves, rich harmonies, expressive melodies and ecstatic improvisation are at the heart of performances by The Simon Lasky Group

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Augustus Black

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Augustus Black is an internationally experienced composer, producer, and keyboard artist; an innovator in music technology and sound design; and an original voice in open form and improvised music. [full biography under revision]

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Article: Album Review

Andrea Centazzo: Guitars

Read "Guitars" reviewed by Elliott Simon


Live improvisation is ephemeral yet creative, a fleeting sonic moment in time that is lost as quickly as sound dissipates through space. Paradoxically, a recording of that same performance is eternally uninspired, each playing being identical to the one before it. For three decades, percussionist/electronicist Andrea Centazzo has been among the most successful at blurring that ...

Album

INDIAN TAPES

Label: Ictus Records
Released: 2021


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