Results for "Harmony"
Romeo Velluto is a session guitarist and composer with experience in theatre performances and function bands. His education makes him able to manage rock, blues, funky, bossa, latin other than jazz. He graduated at the Music Conservatoire of Milan, Jazz department. He released 2 albums of original music, mainly jazz mixed with mediterranean sounds coming from klezmer, greek music, other than latin (bossa and tango). He worked as session guitarist for for many independent artists in London and Italy such as Marie Naffah and Ama Wilde, Glenn Miller (Buena Vista Social Club) Cosimo Keita Cadore (Shakira, Zucchero, Lionel Richie) Vittorio Bianco (Albano, Tullio De Piscopo, Gino Paoli, Rita Pavone), Thunderstrick (Iron Maiden former). Thanks to his versatility, he played in such prestigious venues in London as Bull’s Head, Blue Note of Milan, plus a number of festivals, Tuscia Jazz and Umbria Jazz among these.
Nuno Trocado is a composer and guitarist crossing various contemporary musical constellations. He is particularly interested in the combination between the spontaneity of improvisation and the rigor of algorithmic composition. His work also focus on the multiple meanings of noise, and frequently entails collaborations with other musicians and with artists of different disciplines. He holds a degree in jazz guitar and is active in several improviser groups, both as a leader and as a sideman. He also obtained a master's degree in composition and music theory from ESMAE (Porto, Portugal). In the context of a residence in the 2017 edition of the Guimarães Jazz festival, he created Cotovelo, a disciplinary crossing between music and theater, edited by the Carimbo Porta-Jazz label and awarded with a grant by the GDA Foundation
By Bill Frisell
Label: Blue Note Records
Track listing: Everywhere; God’s Wing’d Horse; Fifty Years; Hard Times; Deep Dead Blue; There in a Dream; Lonesome; On the Street Where You Live; How Many Miles?; Lush Life; Honest Man; Red River Valley; Curiosity; Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
Fresh from their successful debut at the Newport Jazz Festival, The Royal Bopsters is a jazz vocal quartet made up of New York’s finest jazz singers/music educators that specializes in Bebop and Swing music. Their highly acclaimed break out release on Motema Records allowed them to sell out a week at NY’s Birdland Jazz Club and garnered them 4 ½ stars from Downbeat Magazine as well as making many top picks for 2015. Their eagerly awaited second recording will be released this Spring and once again features the true jazz royalty of Sheila Jordan and the late Bob Dorough, each lending their iconic voices and stylings (not to mention their writing) that has garnered such praise as, “If this disc featured just the quartet, it would be sensational
by Giuseppe Segala
"Perché no? Non c'è motivo per cui non puoi inserire Lush Life" e il tradizionale Red River Valley" nello stesso album. Sono entrambe bellissime canzoni ." Il criterio di Bill Frisell nella costruzione di questo lavoro è espresso con parole semplici, che rimandano alla schiettezza delle intenzioni. Il quartetto coinvolto, di natura cameristica, fu presentato per ...
by Franz A. Matzner
Renowned guitarist Bill Frisell's Blue Note Records debut Harmony is a pleasant album. This does not imply lack of innovation, the saccharine sound or the absence of bite and sorrow. These hues of bite and sorrow actually dominate the fourteen selections, which in patented Frisell manner run the gamut from traditional Americana to Elvis Costello to ...
by Mark Sullivan
Iconic guitarist-composer Bill Frisell has chosen to primarily emphasize the Americana side of his music for his debut as a leader for Blue Note Records. When Frisell organized his new band with vocalist Petra Haden, cellist Hank Roberts and guitarist-bassist Luke Bergman he was struck by the fact that all of the band members but him ...