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A focus on Nate Wooley

Read "A focus on Nate Wooley" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This time around we focus on trumpeter Nate Wooley. This episode also features a couple of tracks from Fabian Arends and a selection of recent releases and archive cuts. Playlist Ryan Keberle & Catharsis “Para Volar" from The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf) 00:00 Jeong Lim Yang “Moon Tethered" from Déjà Vu (Fresh Sound ...

Aspen Edities: The Album as a Work of Art

Read "Aspen Edities: The Album as a Work of Art" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

It's a paradox of the digital age that it has spawned some of the most beautiful physical editions of music, but perhaps it's quite logical. In an age where almost everything becomes available digitally, it's a good thing for a physical product to distinguish itself. This is exactly what the records from the Belgian-based label Aspen ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ifa y Xango Tentet: Twice Left Handed / Shavings

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A culturally improbable collaboration of Brazilian, Portuguese, and Belgian musicians, the Ifa y Xango Tentet is easily one of the most adventurous large ensembles operating anywhere in the world today. Co-operative in nature, and playing entirely their own original compositions, the group's vision, as captured on Twice Left Handed / Shavings encompasses jazz, rock, post-rock, doom ...

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Umbria Jazz 15

Read "Umbria Jazz 15" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Perugia, vari luoghi 10--19 luglio Oltre 35.000 biglietti venduti con un incasso di 1.500.000 euro, 450.000 presenze in città nei giorni del festival: i numeri danno ragione dell'enorme successo di pubblico di Umbria Jazz 2015. La manifestazione, come sempre articolata in appuntamenti gratuiti nel centro storico e in concerti a pagamento, all'Arena Santa ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Secondo capitolo per il trio di Giovanni Guidi

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A distanza di un anno da City of Broken Dreams, l'ECM pubblica in questi giorni il nuovo capitolo del trio di Giovanni Guidi con Thomas Morgan e João Lobo, This Is the Day. Un lavoro particolarmente raffinato e maturo, con nuove splendide composizioni e una ricca empatia. Il pianista umbro ce ne parla in quest'intervista.

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Bergamo Jazz 2014

Read "Bergamo Jazz 2014" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Teatro Donizetti--Teatro Sociale--Auditorium--Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Bergamo 16-23.03.2014 La trentaseiesima edizione di Bergamo Jazz, che ha coinciso con il piovoso irrompere della primavera, presentava un cartellone sulla carta molto interessante, uno dei più stimolanti degli ultimi decenni, congegnando il giusto mix fra nomi di grosso richiamo e nomi ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Rui Neves e la scena jazzistica portoghese

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Nel 2013 su All About Jazz Italia comparve una serie organica di interviste da parte di Enrico Bettinello a protagonisti del jazz italiano (produttori, agenti, direttori artistici...) con l'obiettivo di analizzare i meccanismi e i criteri che caratterizzano la programmazione dei festival jazz nel nostro Paese. A quella meritoria ed esauriente iniziativa si può ricollegare idealmente ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Giovanni Guidi Trio: City of Broken Dreams

Read "City of Broken Dreams" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Italian pianist Giovanni Guidi's ECM Records leader debut, City of Broken Dreams, fits in as a very fine addition to the label's ongoing introduction of a new guard of the art of the piano trio, European style. Recent entries into that elite club include Benedikt Jahnel's Equilibrium (2012), Stefano Battaglia's The River of Anyder (2011), and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Giovanni Guidi Trio: City of Broken Dreams

Read "City of Broken Dreams" reviewed by John Kelman

It seemed inevitable. After working with Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava on 2013's Michael Jackson tribute, Rava on the Dance Floor, and 2011's more intimate Tribe, it should come as no surprise that pianist Giovanni Guidi--the only connecting thread between those two records (other than, of course, Rava)--should find himself with an opportunity to make his own ...


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