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Article: Album Review

Alex Clarke Quartet: Mirage

Read "Mirage" reviewed by Chris May


The bi-annual Young Jazz Musician competition was launched by Britain's public service broadcaster, the BBC, in 2014. As with all arts awards, the final selection tends to be a lottery, with the judges tasked with picking a winner from among five close-matched contestants. 2020 was no exception. The final was televised on November 22 and the ...

Album

Mirage

Label: Self Released
Released: 2018
Track listing: Almost Like Being In Love; Wave; Mirage; I’ll Follow My Secret Heart; Sonnymoon For Two; What Is This Thing Called Love?; A Sleepin’ Bee; Tres De Catarce; Just The Way You Look Tonight.

Album

Mirage

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Rain Shadow; Meridian; Divergence; Saturation; Absolute Zero; Refraction; Occlusion; Downburst; Mirage.

Album

Mirage

Label: BlueLand Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Arrival; Sammy; Don't Close Your Eyes; A New Day; The Thousands; Someday; Reach; Mirage; I've Been Told; Three Words; Jade; Kismet.

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Video

Mirage

Featuring the music of Open Source Trio
Duration: 05:03

The first single of Open Source Trio "Mirage" finds its way to the web. The three young musicians from Bulgaria, Curaçao and Germany created a wonderful song that they recorded in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2013. The video was shot during the recording session at Perfect Records Studio.
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Article: Album Review

Brian Landrus Kaleidoscope: Mirage

Read "Mirage" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Multi-instrumentalist and composer Brian Landrus' Mirage is his most accomplished, and thematically unified recording to date. The music shimmers like the phenomenon of the title as pastel colored harmonies of a string quartet bleed into the deep, earthy tones of low reeds and the fusion-like sounds of the band, Kaleidoscope.On “Don't Close Your Eyes" ...

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Brian Landrus' Kaleidoscope: Mirage

Read "Mirage" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Thus far, every recording by low-end multi-reed artist Brian Landrus has been refreshingly different. The NEC grad burst on to the scene a few years back with Forward (Cadence Jazz Records, 2008) a richly textured free-leaning acoustic jazz album created with a large ensemble of seasoned jazz veterans such as pianist Michael Cain and drummer Bob ...

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Eskelin - Alcorn - Formanek: Mirage

Read "Mirage" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Non so come e quando sia nato il sodalizio fra questi tre improvvisatori; ignoro se quella documentata da Mirage sia stata la loro unica esibizione dal vivo (nel novembre 2011 alla Towson University di Baltimora, dove Eskelin ha studiato e dove spesso ritorna con i suoi vari progetti) o se, prima o dopo, ci siano state ...

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Eskelin - Alcorn - Formanek: Mirage

Read "Mirage" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


The Rolling Stones, Yes, and other prominent bands have incorporated the pedal steel guitar into the rock vernacular. Here, pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcorn extends this instrument beyond customary Americana or Country & Western formats and becomes the link between modern jazz champions, tenor saxophonist Ellery Eskelin and bassist Michael Formanek. She builds a bridge for ...

Album

Mirage

Label: ADM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. Toll Road (Corrado Sgura) - 5:19; 02. April (Corrado Sgura) - 6:23; 03. Moonlight Waltz (Corrado Sgura) - 5:37; 04. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern) - 6:41; 05. Across the Funky (Corrado Sgura) - 4:49; 06. How Insensitive (A.C. Jobim) - 4:12; 07. Free the Noose (Corrado Sgura) - 1:53.


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