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Etienne Charles: Kaiso

Read "Kaiso" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Kaiso è un espressione nigeriana, sopravvissuta nelle Antille e impiegata per indicare entusiasmo e approvazione durante un concerto di calypso. In inglese si può tradurre con go on, il cui senso di movimento in avanti indica bene l'evoluzione di Etienne Charles, giovane trombettista di Trinidad, che nel suo terzo disco offre una prova di maturità notevole. ...

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Kaiso

Label: Culture Shock Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Kaiso; J'ouvert Barrio; Russian Satellite; Congo Bara; Ten To One Is Murder; Teresa; Kitch's Bebop Of Calypso; Rose; My Landlady; Margie; Sugar Bum Bum.

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Article: Album Review

Etienne Charles: Kaiso

Read "Kaiso" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


With Kaiso, trumpeter Etienne Charles revisits his robust Trinidad-Tobago roots, brilliantly exposing their beauty, mystery and fascinating flavors. The fruits of Charles and crew's labor blossom from multiple Caribbean grooves into a highly energized performance, with more jazz-tinged interpretations than his prior outing, the highly acclaimed Folklore (Self-Produced, 2009). The title tune, from ...

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Etienne Charles: Kaiso

Read "Kaiso" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The names Aldwyn Roberts and Slinger Francisco might not ring a bell in jazz circles, but trumpeter Etienne Charles' Kaiso helps to rectify that issue. Charles pays tribute to these two giants of calypso music, better known respectively as Lord Kitchener and Mighty Sparrow, and explores the fusion of Caribbean music, Latin rhythms, the sounds of ...


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