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Live in Lisbon

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Two; My Little Lovelies; Season in Hel; Talking to Little Birdies; Clouds Gathering; Memories; Success.

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Z-Country Paradise: Live in Lisbon

Read "Live in Lisbon" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The multinational quintet revs up the audience on this wild and scruffy excursion that skirts a misty demarcation between punk jazz and avant-garde improvisation along with off-kilter jazz rock tendencies. Vocalist Jelena Kuljic's guileful and emotive iterations instill hip, Beat Generation-like narratives in concert with the band's jarring and edgy grooves via some recoiling breakouts and ...

Live in Lisbon

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Conflict Is Intimacy; Music Is the Music Language.

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Rodrigo Amado Motion Trio & Peter Evans: Live in Lisbon

Read "Live in Lisbon" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Live performance allo stato brado, quella raccolta in questo LP (un ampio brano per facciata, come da più consolidate tradizioni “viniliche"), che vede il trio del sassofonista portoghese e l'illustre ospite americano disimpegnarsi al meglio all'interno dello spazio offerto (in senso lato) dal Teatro Maria Matos di Lisbona il 16 marzo 2013. Il ...

Live in Lisbon

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Introduction; All; Interlude 1; Latticework; Palimpsest; Interlude 2; What; Interlude 3; For ICP.

Live in Lisbon

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Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Tijuana Moods Montage; 02. Hobo Ho; 03. Eclipse; 04. Ah Um Montage; 05. Pithecanthropus Erectus; 06. Self-portrait in Three Colors; 07. Meditations on Integration.

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Peter Evans: Live in Lisbon

Read "Live in Lisbon" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

In gergo jazzistico vengono definite “contrafacts". Si tratta di composizioni ricavate da materiale preesistente, il più delle volte sovrapponendo una nuova linea melodica alla struttura armonica di un brano celebre. La pratica è antica come il jazz, anche se è legata a doppio filo alla rivoluzione bebop e al nome di Charlie Parker (al quale va ...

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Peter Evans Quartet: Live in Lisbon

Read "Live in Lisbon" reviewed by Troy Collins

Recorded at Portugal's Jazz em Agosto Festival in August of 2009, Live in Lisbon captures Peter Evans' longstanding quartet in concert, deconstructing a program of reconfigured standards--a regular feature of the New York-based trumpeter's oeuvre. Using classic American Songbook tunes as the basis for the quartet's freewheeling improvisations, Evans dismantles familiar melodies, harmonies and rhythms, rearranging ...

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Dok Wallach: Live in Lisbon

Read "Live in Lisbon" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La musica di Mingus (come quella di Ellington, Parker, Miles, Ornette...) è diventata ormai un classico della cultura e della storia afroamericana. E' quindi naturale che, alla maniera in cui Beethoven o Bach o Chopin sono un banco di prova imprescindibile per un concertista che si rispetti, così le opere dei musicisti citati rappresentano un'attrazione (a ...

Live in Lisbon

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Song for Che (Charlie Haden)/Reducing Agent (Otomo Yoshihide) - 11:31; 02. Serene (Eric Dolphy) - 8:37; 03. Flutter (Otomo Yoshihide) - 21:52; 04. Eureka (Jim O'Rourke) - 14:57


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