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Olivier Le Goas & Reciprocity: Onramp Of Heaven Dreams

Read "Onramp Of Heaven Dreams" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

A blindfolded spin of French drummer Olivier Le Goas & Reciprocity's Onramp Of Heaven Dreams says the spirit of guitarist Pat Metheny is hanging around. The lineup—guitar, piano, bass and drums—mirrors that of Metheny's early ECM Records such as Watercolors (1977) and American Garage (1979), and the disc's title itself nods to Metheny's Offramp (ECM Records,1982). ...

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Olivier Le Goas

Olivier Le Goas drums, composition Born in the Oise France Olivier Le Goas to start learning drums at the age of 13. Graduate of from Dante Agostini Drums School Paris in 1987, Olivier Le Goas play intensely with Eric LOHRER and Laurent Camuzat until 1993 (more than 250 concerts). Student and li- ving in NYC in 2003, he play and record with musician as Olivier Ker Ourio, “Light” Laurent Cugny's Big Band, Jean-Michel Pilc quintet, Kenny Wheeler, Drew Gress, Ralph Alessi, Jason Linder, Avishai Cohen (trp) among other. In 2015 he brought Nir Felder Kevin Hays and Phil Donkin to Bauer Studio Ludwigsburg to record his new album Reciprocity released on NeuKlang in September 2016, with which receives an excellent reception of the press (Fours and half Start - DownBeat / 4-star All About Jazz).


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