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Life Between

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 514; Federico; Name Dreamer; Black Helicopters; SF 4; Blue & Damson; Life Between; Corner Eye.

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Angelica Sanchez: Life Between

Read "Life Between" reviewed by Robert Iannapollo


Pianist Angelica Sanchez has been forging her own path on New York City's music scene since 1995. Although she only has one release under her own name--the excellent Mirror Me (OmniTone, 2003)--she's added substance to the ensembles of saxophonist Tony Malaby, drummers Kevin Norton and Susie Ibarra, among others. She also co-leads a trio with Malaby ...

Album

Life Between

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: 514; Federico; Name Dreamer; Black Helicopters; SF 4; Blue & Damsen; Life Between; Corner Eye.

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Angelica Sanchez: Life Between

Read "Life Between" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Viene dall'Arizona come il marito Tony Malaby e ha tenuto finora un basso profilo, nonostante il suo debutto (Mirror Me) abbia ottenuto alti riconoscimenti, entrando nella top ten dei critici di “Jazz Times" per il 2003. Vive a New York da 13 anni, Angelica Sanchez, ed ha un talento naturale che ha affinato collaborando con i ...

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Angelica Sanchez: Life Between

Read "Life Between" reviewed by Troy Collins


Since their relocation from Arizona in 1995, pianist Angelica Sanchez and her husband, saxophonist Tony Malaby, have made their mark on the fertile New York scene. Malaby has become omnipresent, appearing on over 50 albums in the last decade, while Sanchez has maintained a lower profile, playing often but recording sporadically, usually in a collective trio ...

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Angelica Sanchez: Life Between

Read "Life Between" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Jazz listeners generally choose between the orderliness of a jazz ensemble with a piano, or the freedom that playing sans the chordal instrument allows a group. For pianist Angelica Sanchez, her presence muddles that distinction. On Life Between she preserves the order--not by chords, but by her compositions, arrangements and, maybe, presence. After releasing ...


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