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Metamorphosis

Label: Kindred Rhythm
Released: 2006
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Roberta Gambarini: Easy To Love

Read "Roberta Gambarini: Easy To Love" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Roberta Gambarini Easy To Love Kindred Rhythm 2006 I first heard vocalist Roberta Gambarini perform a few years ago at the Jazz Standard in New York, soon after she arrived in America from Italy. It was clear even then that she had star potential and, as expected, she has now ...

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Yosvany Terry Cabrera: Metamorphosis

Read "Metamorphosis" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Intersections between Afro-Cuban music and jazz tend to be characteristically raw and visceral, drum-heavy and tilted toward bodily motion. This particular flavor of Latin jazz very rarely approaches the level of cosmopolitan integration, intellectual consistency and postmodern literacy that marks Metamorphosis. 34 year-old saxophonist Yosvany Terry Cabrera, who grew up in Camaguey, Cuba, wrote seven of ...

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Yosvany Terry Cabrera: Metamorphosis

Read "Metamorphosis" reviewed by James Taylor

Yosvany Terry Cabrera has been turning heads in the New York jazz community since he arrived in the city in 1999. The Cuban-born musician's stateside debut will be the first introduction to this rising star for many, however. Metamorphosis is a stellar debut from a talented young saxophonist and master chekere player whose credentials speak for ...

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Yosvany Terry Cabrera: Metamorphosis

Read "Metamorphosis" reviewed by Matt Cibula

When I was a teenager in Oregon, I used to listen to lots of fusion and jazz-funk on a great radio station out of Portland. I didn't exactly go around telling anyone this, but I liked it just fine all the same. I felt a little better later, when all that stuff got sampled by hip-hop ...

Hybrids

Label: Kindred Rhythm
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ancient Techno; Na Na Nai; Worldwide Funk; Rose Garden; Dubwise; Ocean Wave; Corn Song; The Just-Us Department.

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The Ripple Effect: Hybrids

Read "Hybrids" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Hybrids is a jazz album in name only--specifically the names of multi-instrumentalist John Surman and drummer Jack DeJohnette, who leads this collaborative ensemble. One of the few musicians to have recorded or performed with Ornette Coleman, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, and Miles Davis, DeJohnette's jazz credentials are obvious. But Hybrids tosses his cap into ...


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