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Tom Rainey Trio: Hotel Grief

Read "Hotel Grief" reviewed by Stefano Merighi

Se c'è Tom Rainey dietro i tamburi, state certi che la musica palpita, veleggia, s'impenna. Che sia un piano-trio jazz (Kenny Werner, Fred Hersch, Kris Davis) o un gruppo a composizione stratificata e complessa (Tim Berne), oppure un gioco di libera improvvisazione (i Lark, Tony Malaby), il drumming di Rainey è garanzia di sorpresa, tensione drammatica, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Herriott: Isn't Life Grand

Read "Isn't Life Grand" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Canadian Award-winning trumpeter Mike Herriott is not only a prolific composer and arranger, he is a gifted multi-instrumentalist capable of writing, arranging and performing all of the music in an astounding one-person virtual band and does something similar to this on his seventh album as leader with the outstanding Isn't Life Grand. Taken from a track ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tommy Halferty Trio: Burkina

Read "Burkina" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Veteran Irish guitarist Tommy Halferty has played in numerous settings over the past four decades, from duos with Stephane Grappelli, John Abercrombie and John Etheridge to small ensemble forays with the likes of George Mraz, Lee Konitz and Benny Golson. Perhaps it's in a trio format, however, where Halferty feels most at home, crafting notable collaborations ...

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Take Five With Michael Arlt

Read "Take Five With Michael Arlt" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Michael Arlt:Appearing on numerous concert tours, festivals and CDs since 1986, guitarist Michael Arlt has been working with an expanding group of international musicians, including Red Holloway, Paquito D`Rivera, Houston Person, Dan Kostelnik & We Three, José Cortijo, Luciano Biondini, Tony Lakatos, Mathias Ruegg, Adrian Mears,Jon Sass, Portinho Trio: Klaus Mueller, Itaiguara Brandao, ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Reverend Zen: Angels, Blues and the Crying Moon

Read "Reverend Zen: Angels, Blues and the Crying Moon" reviewed by David King

The New York group Reverend Zen has released its debut album, Angels, Blues & the Crying Moon (Blackjack Music, 2006), that is quickly garnering music industry acclaim around the world. Platitudes aside, Reverend Zen's true genius lies in its music. The album is everything a great album should be: melodies that hang in your head like ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Meet Terri Lyne Carrington

Read "Meet Terri Lyne Carrington" reviewed by Craig Jolley

Drummer/composer Terri Lyne Carrington found her voice early. Unlike other child prodigies she was not transfixed by her early success and has continued to grow musically. Besides her brilliance as a drummer she is now established as a bandleader and producer. She records and tours with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and many others.New CD: ...


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