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Live at JazzBaltica

Label: MAXJAZZ
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dona Maria; Copacabana; Pro Flavio; Swords of Whispers; Bachiao; Wave; All The Things You Are; Look To The Sky.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Trio da Paz & Joe Locke: Live at JazzBaltica

Read "Live at JazzBaltica" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

Jazz enthusiasts in Salzau, Germany were in for a great treat when New York-based Trio da Paz and vibraphonist Joe Locke had a memorable collaboration at Jazzbaltica in the summer of 2007. Locke fits in with the three longtime Brazilian musical partners quite well in a performance of material from the trio's palette, with the exception ...

Live at JazzBaltica

Label: Skip Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: I Hear A Rhapsody; You Must Believe In Spring; Bud Powell; Alone Together; Memory Of Scotty; 35 W 4th Street; Half And Half.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Friedman: Live at JazzBaltica

Read "Live at JazzBaltica" reviewed by Andrey Henkin

This group featured on this album, yet another in the happy slew of recordings coming out from Don Friedman in the last few years, is billed as the Salzau Trio. What this means is that on the occasion of Friedman's invitation to the 14th Annual JazzBaltica Festival in Salzau, Germany, he convened a trio with regular ...


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