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Past Present

Label: Impulse! Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Slinky; Chap Dance; Hangover; Museum; Season Creep; Get Proud; Enjoy the Future!; Mr. Puffy; Past Present.

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John Scofield: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

John Scofield alterna ciclicamente immersioni nel rock e dintorni con altre jazzisticamente vivaci e ricche di blues feeling. Dopo la recente pubblicazione di un live del '99 con la rock band statunitense Gov't Mule (Sco-Mule, Evil Teen 2015) oggi rinnova una lontana collaborazione con il sassofonista Joe Lovano: era con lui nel quartetto che agli inizi ...

Past Present

Label: Okka Disk
Released: 2012

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Cotsirilos: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

George Cotsirilos è un chitarrista americano (nato a Chicago) che si è messo in luce sin dagli anni novanta in diversi contesti che lo hanno anche visto passare da Etta James a Pharoah Sanders, salto forse meno complicato di quello che sembra sulla carta. In questo album Cotsirilos esplora in trio un repertorio mainstream costituito da ...

Past Present

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Good Wood; Without a Song; The Way You Look Tonight; Franny's Jump; Past PResent; Rosie's Tune; Cafe 4 Cats; Bittersweet; What Kind of Fool Am I; Cual Problema?

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Cotsirilos: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

George Cotsirilos' meticulous and tasteful guitar work is marked by remarkably subtle shifts in accents, and minute changes in expression and dynamics. On Past Present, he also displays an impeccable sense of timin,g especially in revealing the hidden rhythms of complex melodies. His approach to harmony is whimsical, but patently beautiful at all times. He is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Cotsirilos Trio: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

This recording delivers vintage jazz guitar but nothing that sounds trite or old. The George Cotsirilos Trio delivers that with a mix of original tunes and standards on Past Present. Born in Chicago, Cotsirilos has been a fixture in the San Francisco area since the early 1990s. Trained with the violin, he switched to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Cotsirilos: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Guitarist George Cotsirilos has nearly thirty years experience as a musician, working with acts as diverse as Etta James and Pharoah Sanders. He was also, with bassist Robb Fisher, a founding member of the San Francisco Nighthawks. Past Present is the second album from the Cotsirilos Trio, following On The Rebop (OA2 Records, 2005), and it's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

George Cotsirilos Trio: Past Present

Read "Past Present" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Mainstream guitar trio jazz possesses a soundtrack quality that makes it perfect for sleek and sophisticated noir movies boasting sardonic shamuses and dangerous dames. George Cotsirilos typifies this type of jazz guitar playing. If jazz guitar had an aroma, Cotsirilos' brand would smell of Yardley Soap, single-malt scotch, and unfiltered cigarettes in close quarters: dark and ...


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