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Article: Album Review

Trøen Arnesen Quartet: Tread Lightly

Read "Tread Lightly" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


The line that separates borrowing from stealing can be quite narrow in music, and even after judges rule on the matter, one may remain torn between the one and the other. It continues to be a very common issue in the mainstream pop world as the recent ruling against pop stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams ...

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Article: SoCal Jazz

Bill Cunliffe: Always Doing It The Right Way

Read "Bill Cunliffe: Always Doing It The Right Way" reviewed by Jim Worsley


Most notably a jazz pianist, it comes as more than a surprise that Bill Cunliffe was not in the same orbit as jazz until he was in college. With the sheer volume of top shelf jazz he has written and recorded since, he would seem to have made up for any lost time. That time, those ...

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Article: Interview

Yuri Honing: Sounds And Vision

Read "Yuri Honing: Sounds And Vision" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Strange that such a gruesome tale, drowning in blood, could have inspired so much great art. So it goes with Bluebeard, the seventeenth century French folktale, which continues to inspire artists to this day. Dutch saxophonist/composer Yuri Honing's Bluebeard (2020)-- his fourth album on Challenge Records with his acoustic quartet--is not just a highly personal take ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Dan McCarthy's Epoch and City Abstract on Origin Records

Read "Dan McCarthy's Epoch and City Abstract on Origin Records" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


Canadian vibesman Dan McCarthy has come a long way since the release of his already very accomplished debut album Interwords (self produced) in 2006. Since moving to Brooklyn, New York in 2004, McCarthy has been able to collaborate with some of the city's finest improvisors, such as Steve Swallow or Ben Monder who are also the ...

Article: Lyrics

I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Matteo Bortone

Read "I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Matteo Bortone" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero


01. Tigran Hamasyan -Luys I Luso (ECM -2015). Una delle ultime uscite che preferisco; per la scrittura, ma soprattutto per l'atmosfera cupa che mi tiene inchiodato. Molto poetico e ipnotico. 02. Keith Jarret -Life Between the Exit Signs (Vortex -1967). A mio avviso il miglior album di Jarrett, il suo primo ...

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Article: Interview

Shai Maestro: Music as a journey of being a human

Read "Shai Maestro: Music as a journey of being a human" reviewed by Urszula Orczyk


This article was originally published in the Polish magazine JazzPRESS Shai Maestro, talented 27-year-old pianist and a composer, has earned his spurs being a part of Avishai Cohen's band. Now he has a band of his own--Shai Maestro Trio (although he says it's not “his" band but “theirs": Shai, Jorge Roeder and Ziv Ravitz). ...

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Article: Interview

Claudio Filippini: Facing North

Read "Claudio Filippini: Facing North" reviewed by Robin Arends


Pianist Claudio Filippini, born in Pescara in 1982, is one of the bright young stars of Italian jazz. With his album The Enchanted Garden (CAM Jazz, 2011) he was hailed as the new “wonder boy" of Italian jazz. Now he is regarded as a pianist/composer of international stature, with his album Facing North (CAM Jazz, 2013) ...

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Article: Album Review

Ofir Shwartz Trio: Shades of Fish

Read "Shades of Fish" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


On his sophomore release, Israeli pianist Ofir Shwartz leads a new trio comprised with Israeli double bassist Gal Shaya and Slovenian drummer Gasper Bertoncelj. This release features Shwartz's progression as a composer and bandleader since his debut release, Earlier in time (sHmoo Records, 2010). Shwartz's vocabulary draws inspiration from modern jazz-- mainly in its ...


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