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Montréal Audio Fest 2019

Read "Montréal Audio Fest 2019" reviewed by John Kelman

When All About Jazz was invited to cover the 32nd annual Montréal Audio Fest, a spectacular event spotlighting over 300 manufacturers and distributors of high-end audio/video systems ranging from $1,000 to $1,000,000, we jumped at the opportunity. In this wrap up article, we include the seven video interviews, produced in collaboration with Sur Place Media, featuring ...



Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2016
Track listing:
CD 1:
Bell; Moon; Movies; No One Wiil Be Here Over There; Pedal; Poem; Point Point; This Is What We're Thinking; Travel East. CD2:
Sneakhead; Isn't; Turns; No No Thank You; Taunts; Terrace and Trees; Lolaneta.

Article: Album Review

Karl Berger, Kirk Knuffke: Moon

Read "Moon" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Un mostro sacro della musica improvvisata, educatore, compositore, arrangiatore, direttore d'orchestra oltre che eccellente vibrafonista e pianista incontra il più sensibile alla tradizione tra gli emergenti trombettisti (pochi, molto pochi) che stanno esplorando nuovi sentieri nell'evoluzione dello strumento e nasce Moon. Parliamo naturalmente del veterano Karl Berger e del talentuoso Kirk Knuffke musicisti che, in due ...



Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Bell; Moon; Movies; No one will be here over there; Pedal; Poem; Point Point; This is what we're thinking; Travel East; Sneakhead; Isn't it time; Turns; No No Thank You; Taunts; Terrace and Trees; Lolaneta.


Article: Album Review

Karl Berger/Kirk Knuffke: Moon

Read "Moon" reviewed by John Sharpe

Cornetist Kirk Knuffke joins veteran German vibraphonist Karl Berger for a poised meditative duet on Moon. The origins of the set lie in a meeting at a concert celebrating drummer Ed Blackwell in New York City after which Berger invited Knuffke to his Creative Music Studio to teach. So successful was the endeavor that the duo ...



Label: Egea Records
Released: 2002


Article: Album Review

Kenny Wheeler, John Taylor: Moon

Read "Moon" reviewed by Enzo Vizzone

Wheeler and Taylor have produced some great music together in the past, but seldom as irresistibly gorgeous as this. Confining himself to flugelhorn, Wheeler is lyric beauty personified, his mellifluously songlike improvisations burnished by a richly expressive tone; Taylor is the perfect partner, his piano matching and echoing Wheeler's explorations at every turn. It says much ...



Label: Blue Note
Released: 2001


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