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Tokyo Blues

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Tokyo Blues; 7-11 Run; Happenstance; Snapshot; B-Square; Yamanote Loop; Balancing Act.

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Label: Hi-Bred Productions
Released: 2020
Duration: 4:48

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Bob Lanzetti: Snarky Guitars, Part 2

Read "Bob Lanzetti: Snarky Guitars, Part 2" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 For the second installment in our series on the guitarists of Snarky Puppy, we spoke with Bob Lanzetti. In addition to being the guitarist who logged the most miles with the band in its early days, he has also appeared on every recording SP has ever ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Avey: Inhuman Wilderness

Read "Inhuman Wilderness" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Un trio che si allarga a quartetto in metà delle tracce interpreta Inhuman Wilderness, quinto lavoro a nome del trentaduenne pianista Bobby Avey, ancora poco noto da noi ma piuttosto affermato negli USA. Giustamente, si può dire ascoltando l'album, che ne documenta le idee musicali moderne e inquiete, ma anche la maestria alla tastiera.

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Whirlwind Recordings Winter Sale - 25% Off All Site Products Until December 31st

Whirlwind Recordings Winter Sale - 25% Off All Site Products Until December 31st

This month Whirlwind releases our 86th album since we began in early 2010, and we’d like to thank everyone for their continued support of our artists and their music in 2016. Whirlwind-signed musicians performed over 700 concerts this year and as a label we released 17 eclectic albums, inlcuding recent releases from John O'Gallager, Ingrid Jensen, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Avey: Inhuman Wilderness

Read "Inhuman Wilderness" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The failings and callousness of mankind have long served as muse and model for artists, but rarely have such negative stimuli yielded such powerful, probing, and positively mesmerizing work as what can be heard on Inhuman Wilderness. This fifth album from pianist Bobby Avey provides extraordinarily intense and thoughtful musical commentary on topics ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Curtis Sydnor: Materials and Their Destiny

Read "Materials and Their Destiny" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

L'ispirazione per Materials and Their Destiny arriva da un testo di filosofia dell'architettura di Louis Sullivan, padre del Movimento Moderno negli Stati Uniti. L'idea è quella di un viaggio sincronizzato tra l'improvvisazione della band sul palco e l'animazione di linee, traiettorie, forme, proiettata su di un grande schermo. Idea non nuova ma affascinante, in relazione alla ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sam Sadigursky: Follow The Stick

Read "Follow The Stick" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

It's a new day for multi-reedist Sam Sadigursky. After spending many a year focusing on The Words Project--a well-balanced exploration of the relationship between poetry and music that yielded four recordings on the New Amsterdam imprint--Sadigursky is focusing on a different project, recording for a different label, and emphasizing his work on clarinet. ...


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