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DKV Trio: Latitude 41.88

Read "Latitude 41.88" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello

Delle tantissime formazioni che vedono coinvolto il sassofonista e clarinettista Ken Vandermark, il DKV Trio con Kent Kessler e Hamid Drake a contrabbasso e batteria è una delle più longeve e significative, una sorta di unità base --che spesso si è aperta a collaborazioni --con cui sintetizzare le tante anime e i linguaggi che confluiscono in ...

Latitude 41.88

Label: NotTwo Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Faster Than It Would Be; 20th Century Myth; Uncontrolled Writer.

Free Sessions Vol. 1: Planets Of Kei

Label: NotTwo Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Trio I; Duo Achille & Samo; Trio II; Duo Samo & Szilard; Trio III; Trio IV; Trio V; Duo Samo & Szilard II; Trio VI; Duo Achille & Szilard; Trio VII; Trio Suite.

Desire & Freedom

Label: NotTwo Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Freedom Is A Two-Edged Sword; Liberty; Responsibility.

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Samo Salamon, Szilárd Mezei & Achille Succi: Free Sessions Vol. 1: Planets Of Kei

Read "Free Sessions Vol. 1: Planets Of Kei" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Slovenian guitar ace Samo Salamon has been recording for a long time, but he's still trying new things. This is an album of several firsts, starting with it being his first recording made entirely on acoustic guitar, as well as the first that was completely improvised. It's also his first time recording with violist Szilárd Mezei, ...

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Rodrigo Amado's Motion Trio: Desire & Freedom

Read "Desire & Freedom" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Portuguese saxophonist Rodrigo Amado's mark of distinction is generally centered on his assertive approaches to experimentation within numerous offshoots and slants of the jazz vernacular. He's become a major player on the Euro progressive jazz scene amid sessions with American free-thinking acolytes, trombonist Jeb Bishop, bassist John Hebert, trumpeter Dennis Gonzalez and many others of note. ...

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Rodrigo Amado's Motion Trio: Desire & Freedom

Read "Desire & Freedom" reviewed by John Sharpe

Desire And Liberation constitutes only the second album in Portuguese saxophonist Rodrigo Amado's Motion Trio discography not to feature a guest since their eponymous debut (European Echoes, 2009). While some may decry the lack of a foil for the leader's muscular tenor saxophone (and past collaborators trumpeter Peter Evans and trombonist Jeb Bishop supplied that and ...

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Dragonfly Breath III: Live at the Stone: Megaloprepus Caerulatus

Read "Live at the Stone: Megaloprepus Caerulatus" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Today's zen koan: why does a watched pot never boil? The answer to that question is found in the music of Dragonfly Breath III: because it is always boiling. The roil we speak of comes from the quartet of saxophonist Paul Flaherty, trombonist Steve Swell, violinist C. Spencer Yeh, and drummer Weasel Walter. The ...

Live at the Stone: Megaloprepus Caerulatus

Label: NotTwo Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Megaloprepus Caerulatus


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