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Life On Earth

Label: In + Out Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Baracoa; Sense Of Mission; Mind Your Step; Shapes And Light; There Is No Tomorrow; Here Nothing Begins; Guanajo; Finding Our Place; Colours Of Dance.

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Nocturnal Four: Life On Earth

Read "Life On Earth" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

What's in a band name? Sometimes, absolutely nothing; but in this case, a world of truth. Croatian guitarist Ratko Zjaca's Nocturnal Four infuses his music with vespertine vibes and shrouds it in shadows, living up to its name while carving out its own identity on an absorbing program calling to the moonlight. After ...

Life on Earth

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Empress Afternoon, Senegal Son, Ballad of the Sad Young Men, Icelight, Gabriola Passage, The Quiet Earth, Hanuman, Nana, The Call of Triton

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Renee Rosnes: Life On Earth

Read "Life On Earth" reviewed by Jim Santella

With chants and drumbeats from around the world, Renee Rosnes has applied a theme to her latest album by integrating mainstream jazz with creative international elements. Regional characteristics from specific areas of Asia, Africa, North and South America are clearly distinguishable, while the unifying thread of her original piano counterpoint ties them together. Seven of the ...

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Renee Rosnes: Life on Earth

Read "Life on Earth" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

On her eighth recording as a leader for Blue Note, pianist and composer Renee Rosnes presents a pan global festival that has far reaching impact. Utilizing a revolving cast of characters on various numbers, Rosnes manages to synchronize the various “world music” influences in a seamless manner that never falls into the “mixed bag” syndrome. Old ...

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Renee Rosnes: Life On Earth

Read "Life On Earth" reviewed by Jim Santella

With chants and drumbeats from around the world, Renee Rosnes has applied a theme to her latest album by integrating mainstream jazz with creative international elements. Regional characteristics from specific areas of Asia, Africa, North and South America are clearly distinguishable, while the unifying thread of her original piano counterpoint ties them together. Seven of the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Renee Rosnes: Life on Earth

Read "Life on Earth" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

On her eighth recording as a leader for Blue Note, pianist and composer Renee Rosnes presents a pan global festival that has far reaching impact. Utilizing a revolving cast of characters on various numbers, Rosnes manages to synchronize the various “world music” influences in a seamless manner that never falls into the “mixed bag” syndrome. Old ...

Life On Earth

Label: 143 Records
Released: 2001


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