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Prism-a-Ning

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: An Early Train South; Bringing Fusion; Controlling the Line; Goin' Off; Lillypad Railway; Heading West; Splitting the Beam; Feet off the Seat; Hackney Downs; Gardens; Arrival; Furnace Track.

The Quiet Cormorant

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Quiet Cormorant; Waltz for Hire; Brown House (by the Sea); The Njalla Suite; Island Movies; Love, Peace & Currywurst; The Still; Sørvær Major Manor; A Ballad in Popular Keys; Sunshine - After Fog; Current Tides; Where Did You Go?; Around & About the Roundabout.

Sangeet

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Rageshree, Alap; Rageshree, Jhaptaal and Teentaal; Khambaj, Teental.

Up

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Wonderland; Ucronia; Disco Gagarin; The Earth´s Shape; Danza di Kuwa; Martyrlied; Gorod Malinov; La Rentrée; Sultans of Swing.

Totem

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Gecko; Evocation; Wolf Totem; Curly; Sea Crossing Part 1; Sea Crossing Part 2; Memories Reprise; Mirrors.

Wilderness

Label: Oslo Session Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Wait; Wilderness; Trees of Siberia; Yellowstone; Psalm Recycled; Gaia; Flow; Spare.

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Pericopes+1: Up

Read "Up" reviewed by Geno Thackara

For a recording titled Up, this one sure spends a lot of time going sideways. Cue the opening track and you're carried away on waves of briskly-flowing piano and saxophone as if there isn't a thing in the world to worry about. The feel becomes a bit more angular with the next, the drums leaning somewhat ...

Pericopes

Pericopes is a contemporary jazz project initiated in 2007 by pianist Alessandro Sgobbio and saxophonist Emiliano Vernizzi. One would best describe their style as ‘New Jazz’, with roots in the European tradition, Afro-American music, and improvisation, and an affinity for melody and compositional structure. Pericopes has already participated in many important jazz festivals in Europe – the Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia, Italy), Jazz & Wine of Peace (Cormons, Italy), Parma Jazz Frontiere (Parma, Italy), Jazz Pas Grave and Unesco International Jazz Day (Paris, France), BurgJazz (Münster, Germany), presenting their acclaimed double-debut CD The Double Side

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Ferdinando Romano: Totem

Read "Totem" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

According to Italian double bassist Ferdinando Romano, a totem “is a symbol that represents a natural or spiritual entity which has a particular meaning for a single person or even for a large group of people." Furthermore, it refers to the different references each of the musicians on this album have, the different people they've met ...

Musical Travelogues: May 2020

Read "Musical Travelogues: May 2020" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Gregoire Maret and Romain Collin w. Bill Frisell Americana ACT Music 2020 The sound lives up to the title; a thoughtful, airy yet soulful outing that sounds just the way a wide-open prairie landscape looks. If it seems a bit odd that Americana comes from a European duo, wonder not--Romain Collin's ...


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