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Paolo Vinaccia was an Italian composer, jazz drummer, and percussionist who relocated permanently to Norway in 1979. He died on July 5th, 2019 after almost 10 years battling with cancer. Amongst the many artists with whom Vinaccia has collaborated, high on the list of those with international presence include, from Norway, guitarists Terje Rypdal and Knut Reiersrud, double bassist Arild Andersen, drummer Jon Christensen, keyboardist Bugge Wesseltoft and saxophonist Bendik Hofseth, along with Danish trumpeter Palle Mikkelborg, Scottish saxophonist Tommy Smith, American vibraphonist Mike Mainieri, and American cellist David Darling. While he's less-known on the west side of the Atlantic Ocean, Vinaccia—he of the witty black T-shirts, such as "If I'm Reborn I'll Do It Again" and "Not Loud Enough"—is far from an unheard-of quantity in Europe, where he has been a part of a number of important groups, including Arild Andersen's longstanding trio with saxophonist Tommy Smith

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jan Hammer, Mark lettieri and Graham Costello

Read "Jan Hammer, Mark lettieri and Graham Costello" reviewed by Len Davis


Music from Jan Hammer and his album Seasons Part 1, guitarist Mark lettieri's Deep The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 and a new single from Graham Costello's upcoming release.Playlist Jan Hammer “April" from Seasons Part 1 (Country & Eastern) 00:00 Mark Lettieri “Magnetar" from Deep-The Baritone Sessions Vol 2 (Ground Up Music) 17:29 Dennis Chambers-Jeff ...

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Article: Interview

Jacob Young: On ECM, founding a label and finding the "drama" in the music

Read "Jacob Young: On ECM, founding a label and finding the "drama" in the music" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


There's a lot to be said about musical excellence in versatility when it comes to guitarist Jacob Young. The Norwegian fret-acrobat came to international prominence in the early 2000s, when ECM's Manfred Eicher detected his remarkable chops and subsequently recorded and released Young's debut Evening Falls (2004) for the prestigious German label. Two more sessions followed ...

Article: Live Review

Jazz&Wine of Peace Festival 2018

Read "Jazz&Wine of Peace Festival 2018" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Jazz&Wine of Peace Festival Cormons, Collio friulano e Brda slovena Teatro Comunale, varie sedi in cantine e sale 24-28.10.2018 Superato lo scorso anno il traguardo delle venti edizioni, il Jazz&Wine of Peace 2018 non ha abbassato l'asticella, proseguendo nel suo progetto che coniuga altissimo livello dei concerti, varietà stilistica ...

Article: Album Review

Ferenc Snetberger: Titok

Read "Titok" reviewed by Mario Calvitti


Dopo il disco dal vivo con cui ha esordito per la ECM, il chitarrista ungherese Ferenc Snetberger ritorna con un nuovo lavoro, questa volta in trio con il contrabbassista Anders Jormin e il batterista Joey Baron. La presenza di una sezione ritmica rende l'elemento jazzistico più marcato che nel precedente lavoro realizzato in solitudine, e fa ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Coltrane family, Jazz and funerals, and more new releases

Read "The Coltrane family, Jazz and funerals, and more new releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This episode focused on the Coltrane: John, Alice and Ravi, and by those inspired by their music. Also, funeral marching bands from Southern Italy, and other jazz experiments with funeral music, which are much more fun than you'd expect! And of course more new releases! Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz ...

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Article: Live Review

TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2016

Read "TD Ottawa Jazz Festival 2016" reviewed by John Kelman


TD Ottawa Jazz Festival Ottawa, Canada June 22 -July 3, 2016 It's hard to believe, with seasons that move quickly from spring into summer, that it was time, once again, for the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival. Now in its 36th year, the festival has grown from a weekend event into a full-blown, ...

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Article: Album Review

Alessandro Galati Trio: Seals

Read "Seals" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Dopo aver esordito giusto vent'anni fa con un piano trio che lo vedeva affiancato nientemeno che da Palle Danielsson e Peter Erskine e aver lavorato continuativamente in trio con altri due “mostri sacri" come Arild Andersen e Paolo Vinaccia, il pianista fiorentino Alessandro Galati ha stavolta messo assieme un trio del quale è pienamente leader, con ...

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Article: Rediscovery

Veslefrekk: Veslefrekk

Read "Veslefrekk: Veslefrekk" reviewed by John Kelman


VeslefrekkVeslefrekkNORCD1994 Before there was Supersilent--the renowned Norwegian noise improv group that was a seminal part of the flurry of creative Norwegian activity that, between 1997 and 1998, literally shook the world of improvised music and brought a number of artists, including Nils Petter Molvaer, Bugge Wesseltoft and Eivind Aarset, to far ...

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Article: Rediscovery

Terje Rypdal: If Mountains Could Sing

Read "Terje Rypdal: If Mountains Could Sing" reviewed by John Kelman


Terje RypdalIf Mountains Could Sing ECM Records1995 Today's Rediscovery is If Mountains Could Sing, an album that stands out in Terje Rypdal's career for its marriage of his two seemingly (but clearly not necessarily) divergent paths: one, the rock-edged improvising guitarist; the other, the classical composer of contemporary music first inspired ...


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