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Jungle City

Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Jungle City (A. Nussbaum) - 4:06; 02. Pas de jazz à table (A. Nussbaum) - 7:32; 03. Mister Mongus (A. Nussbaum) - 3:21; 04. Defiance (Caryl Baker) - 5:59; 05. Keep Out (A. Nussbaum) - 6:21; 06. D'un moment à l'autre (A. Nussbaum) - 5:16; 07. Trièdre (A. Nussbaum) - 4:57; 08. Bitter Sweet (Caryl Baker) - 4:18; 09. Griffith Spiral (A. Nussbaum) - 5:59 10. Café, grappa (A. Nussbaum) - 3:22.

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Alexandre Nussbaum Acoustic Trio: Jungle City

Read "Jungle City" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La Altrisuoni è una realtà che documenta con saggezza il jazz svizzero. Fra quantità e qualità delle proposte riescono a trovare un giusto equilibrio e a presentare musicisti di valore che danno un quadro del jazz made in Switzerland davvero notevole. Prendiamo ad esempio questo trio di musicisti già presenti nella propria scuderia. Tutti a loro ...


Jungle City

Label: Alessa Records Jazz & Art
Released: 2009
Track listing: Jungle City; Jangala; Blessing; One for Jaco; Voices; Maya Pejo; Det Bästa; Africa; Visions; Tribute; NightZone.


Article: Album Review

Acuna/Hoff/Mathisen: Jungle City

Read "Jungle City" reviewed by John Kelman

While some accuse the musical innovations taking place in Scandinavia as diluting “America's art form," there's plenty of evidence to the contrary. Many of the artists regularly stretching jazz's boundaries by introducing outside references can play in the tradition; they just choose not to. With Finding Nymo (ACT, 2009), Norwegian trombonist Helge Sunde and his Ensemble ...


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