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Raoul Bjorkenheim eCsTaSy: Doors of Perception

Read "Doors of Perception" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini

Il chitarrista Raoul Bjorkenheim è nato a Los Angeles nel 1959 da genitori finlandesi e nel paese nordico ha ben localizzato le sue radici artistiche. La sua peculiare ricerca timbrica lo contraddistingue da molti anni sulla scena della musica jazz alternativa che basa la sua strutturazione sull'improvvisazione ben organizzata. Bjorkenheim è uno dei nomi di punta ...

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Raoul Bjorkenheim eCsTaSy: Out of the Blue

Read "Out of the Blue" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Raoul Bjorkenheim è uno di quei chitarristi difficili da inquadrare, per via di uno stile strumentale composito che prende in egual misura da rock, jazz, e libera improvvisazione. Anche la sua musica, di conseguenza, si viene a trovare spesso alla confluenza di questi tre generi, e il suo ultimo quartetto eCsTaSy non fa eccezione, anche se ...

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34 ° Tampere Jazz Happening

Read "34 ° Tampere Jazz Happening" reviewed by Luca Vitali

Tampere Jazz Happening 2015 Tampere (Finlandia) 29.10- 01.11.2015 Il Tampere Jazz Happening si conferma come un festival di grande vitalità, tra i migliori in Europa. Un'edizione, questa 34^, ancora una volta senza confini geografici né musicali, all'insegna della combinazione tra musica jazz e parola parlata. I cinquemila spettatori paganti ...

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Tampere Jazz Happening 2014

Read "Tampere Jazz Happening 2014" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Tampere Jazz Happening Tampere, Finland October 30--November 2, 2014 On the way from the airport to the city of Tampere you pass by Nokia, situated fifteen kilometres west of Tampere, the Scandinavian city famous for its gumboots and cables, and famous for its mobile phones. For a while 'Nokia' was synonymous ...

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Raoul Bjorkenheim and eCsTaSy: eCsTaSy

Read "eCsTaSy" reviewed by Dave Wayne

For me, guitarist Raoul Bjorkenheim is one of those musicians whose albums are always the subject of eager anticipation. His playing is both emotionally cathartic and intellectually gratifying. His highly-charged, utterly distinctive and immediately recognizable sound has been at the center of a number of fascinating cooperative groups over the past few years, including Scorch Trio ...


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