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Article: From Far and Wide

Istanbul Jazz: So Close to the Music, So Far From New York

Read "Istanbul Jazz: So Close to the Music, So Far From New York" reviewed by Arthur R George


That any musician, old cat, young lion, or apprentice anywhere, endeavors in jazz is amazing enough, given the elusiveness of “success." That is even more true in jny: Istanbul, Turkey: not a conventional jazz capitol, far from the African-American roots of jazz, and even beyond the music's major continental domiciles. Yet the tilting cobblestoned streets of ...

Album

Nardis

Label: Jazz Family
Released: 2017

Album

Don't Cry for No Hipster

Label: Nardis
Released: 2014
Track listing: Back Nine; Brand New Music; Don't Cry for No Hipster; At Least We Got to the Race; Can We Talk; In the Beginning; It Don't Get No Better; Dying Anyway; Private Guy; Reflections; Take a Little Hit; Sixteen Tons; Rich Interior Life; Hooglin'.

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Article: Album Review

Ben Sidran: Don't Cry for No Hipster

Read "Don't Cry for No Hipster" reviewed by Luca Muchetti


'Stile' è il primo sostantivo che viene facile utilizzare per descrivere la musica di Ben Sidran. Nome notissimo nella scena americana, cantante, pianista, compositore e fine conoscitore della musica in toto (evitiamo di utilizzare l'etichetta 'jazz' memori anche del non troppo lontano album in tributo a Bob Dylan), con Don't Cry for no Hipster Sidran torna ...

Video

Nardis

Featuring the music of Kenny Werner
Duration: 09:30

The Kenny Werner Trio plays "Nardis", live at Small's Jazz Club on 1/11/2010
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Video

Nardis

Featuring the music of Ralph Towner
Duration: 6:25

Ralph Towner playing the Miles Davis/Bill Evans tune "Nardis".
Album

Nardis

Label: Birdology
Released: 2001


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