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MTO Volume 1

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Steven Bernstein - tromba, tromba a culisse, arrangiamenti, conduzione, produzione; Ben Allison - contrabbasso; Peter Apfelbaum - sax (soprano), sax (tenore); Charles Burnham - violin; Clark Gayton - trombone; Erik Lawrence - sax (baritono); Matt Munisteri - chitarra, banjo, voce; Ben Perowsky - batteria; Doug Wiselman - sax (tenore), clarinetto; Special guest: Doug Wamble - chitarra, voce


Steven Bernstein's Millenial Territory Orchestra: MTO Volume 1

Read "MTO Volume 1" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

C'è un piccolo genio che alberga ormai da anni nei bassifondi della scena contemporanea del jazz d'avanguardia newyorkese. Si chiama Steven Bernstein ed è noto ai più attenti per essere innanzitutto il leader di quei Sex Mob che, ormai da tempo, sono in cima ai pensieri degli appassionati meno “allineati" fra i “new jazz lovers" o ...

MTO Volume 1

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Boy in the Boat; Cry Baby Cry; Signed, Sealed, Delivered; Happy Hour Blues; Darling Nikki; Pennies from Heaven; Ripple; Toby; Soul Serenade.


Steven Bernstein's Millenial Territory Orchestra: MTO Volume 1

Read "MTO Volume 1" reviewed by John Kelman

It's hard to believe that someone with Steven Bernstein's encyclopaedic musical knowledge has left any stones unturned. Recruited by filmmaker Robert Altman as a musical consultant for Kansas City, the veteran trumpeter from the downtown New York scene became fascinated with the music of the late teens and '20s, when the language of jazz was still ...


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