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Justin Brown: Nyeusi

Read "Nyeusi" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

34 anni, da quindici a New York, Justin Brown è noto per le sue partnership con Ambrose Akinmusire, Vijay Iyer, StefonHarris, Esperanza Spalding, Christian McBride, Thundercat e altri. Come si vede è un batterista dall'ampio spettro stilistico e questo suo debutto discografico da leader lo conferma ampiamente. La musica di Nyeusi è una ...

ARTICLE: HI-RES JAZZ

Miles Davis: In Time, All Changes

Read "Miles Davis: In Time, All Changes" reviewed by Mark Werlin

Considered the most influential small jazz group of the middle 1960s, the Miles Davis “Second Great Quintet" has often been imitated but never equaled. Critical consensus holds that the revival of jazz in the 1980s was inspired by the six albums the Quintet recorded from 1965-1968. But a set of particular cultural and personal dynamics shaped ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Led Bib: The People in Your Neighbourhood

Read "The People in Your Neighbourhood" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi

I Led Bib si confermano con questo album, il settimo della loro carriera iniziata nel 2003, compreso il live The Good Egg uscito sempre nel 2014 solo su vinile, come una delle formazioni più vispe della giovane e sempre più agitata scena jazz britannica insieme a gruppi come i Polar Bear, i Get The Blessing e ...

Different Shapes & Sounds: Solo, Trio, Small & Large Ensembles

Read "Different Shapes & Sounds: Solo, Trio, Small & Large Ensembles" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra Pulsion Ubiquity 2014 A musician friend whose opinion I greatly respect shared with me that he enjoys listening to Pulsion, the fourth release by the Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra (ALVO), in two layers: The frothy jazz-influenced horn, brass and string arrangements on top and, like a ...

ARTICLE: PROFILE

Graham Bond: Wading in Murky Waters

Read "Graham Bond: Wading in Murky Waters" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Organist and saxophonist Graham Bond was the most important and influential musical pioneer to emerge from British jazz in the 1960s. High praise indeed, but in his case it is warranted. His legacy might be defined less by the music he recorded and more by the impact he had on subsequent generations of musicians. However, that ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Christy Doran: New Bag, New Tricks

Read "Christy Doran: New Bag, New Tricks" reviewed by Ian Patterson

The opening concert at the 14th Bray Jazz Festival in May, just half an hour outside Dublin in County Wicklow, was something of a homecoming gig for Irish guitarist Christy Doran and his quartet New Bag. Doran was born 63 years ago, just a few short miles down the road from Bray, in Greystones, though at ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Ligro Releases "Dictionary 2" on MoonJune Records

MoonJune Records continues its streak of astonishing musical discoveries from Indonesia with Dictionary 2, the first international release by Jakarta's celebrated jazz-rock trio Ligro. Founded in 2004 by authoritative guitarist Agam Hamzah and rounded out by agile bassist Adi Darmawan and exhilarating drummer Gusti Hendy. Ligro when read backwards, means “crazy people" in the Bahasa (Indonesian ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

douBt: Never Pet a Burning Dog

Read "Never Pet a Burning Dog" reviewed by Mark Redlefsen

Guitarist Michel Deville, of the Belgian Wrong Object, and British keyboardist Alex Maguire team up to form a power trio with drummer Tony Bianco as doubt, on its debut, Never Pet a Burning Dog. Deville steps out with a louder, more direct tone, affectionately and more overtly exposing the influence of Terje Rypdal--even including one of ...

Lifetime

Label: Fahrenheit Records
Released: 2001

Lifetime

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1999


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