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Anastasios Savvopoulos Azure: Ebbs And Flows

Read "Ebbs And Flows" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Quartetto atipico per strumentazione—sax, pianoforte, chitarra e batteria, ma senza contrabbasso—e per nazionalità—due tedeschi e due greci—questo Azure è diretto dal chitarrista Anastasios Savvopoulos, che ne firma anche le nove composizioni, tutte venate di una narratività melodica, ma al tempo stesso anche molto aperte, destrutturate, virtuosamente sbilenche. Ad aprire è la suite bipartita che ...

Ebbs And Flows

Label: Aut Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Ebbs and Flows Part I; Ebbs and Flows Part II; Remnants; Auftrieb Part I; Auftrieb Part II; Auftrieb Part III; Reflections; Azure; Bygones.

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Martin Schulte Quartet featuring Frederik Köster: Walking Distance

Read "Walking Distance" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

German jazz guitarist Martin Schulte opens this excellent quartet outing with the title tune. The title must be a play on the prominent walking bass line provided by bassist Matthias Nowak, but it's also a catchy, swinging piece with dramatic, unexpected stops (as well as a showcase for guest trumpeter Frederik Köster). Tenor saxophonist Peter Ehwald ...

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Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Phil Barnes

The art of conversation is surely dying. Too many people prepared to shout out the first thought that comes into their empty head, or repeat some banal corporate half-truth intended to drown out dissenting views. Self-importance, simple bad manners and selfishness rule the world with little space to reflect on or listen to what others have ...

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Paragon: Cerca

Read "Cerca" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

It's been a decade since Anglo-German quartet Paragon formed. Cerca, recorded on an unspecified two days in Cologne, is the band's third release. The sax and Rhodes frontline, backed up by Matthias Nowak's bass and Jon Scott's drums, creates an elegant repertoire of tunes that draws on influences as diverse as '60s spiritual jazz and hip-hop ...

Double Trouble

Label: Jazzwerkstatt Berlin-brandenburg E.v.
Released: 2013
Track listing: In Gent; Speed Dating; Middledrone; Double Trouble; Bohdan; Teheran; Opener; Lehrseitenballade; Glory; Bass Ticket.

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Peter Ehwald: Double Trouble

Read "Double Trouble" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It doesn't always follow that the teacher channels the direction a student takes. In separate stints in London and New York, German saxophonist Peter Ehwald has studied with bassist John Patitucci, saxophonists Julian Argüelles, Stan Sulzmann and Rich Perry, yet his style is not nearly as based in the tradition as might be expected. Ehwald displayed ...

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Monome: Monome

Read "Monome" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Monome began life in 2006, but on this Italian trio's debut recording it's effectively a quartet, with German saxophonist Peter Ehwald playing on five of the seven tracks. Ehwald first played with Monome in 2010, and since when their collaborations have become increasingly frequent, to the point that his presence here is an essential ingredient in ...

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Monome: Monome

Read "Monome" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The Italian innovative jazz group Monome (not the be confused with Spanish rock band The Monomes) makes a reserved yet vigorous statement with its eponymous debut. The session comprises of seven, modal and atmospheric tracks that have strong, western classical influences. The collaborative trio opens the disc with “Scales"; an almost theatrical piece ...


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