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By Maria Grand
Label: Biophilia Records
Track listing: Creation: The Joy of Being; Whabri; Creation: A Home In Mind; Fundamental Pt. I; Fundamental Pt. 2; Creation: Ladder of Swords; Prayer; Creation: Interlude; Now, Take, Your, Day; Creation: Superbear; Creation: Matrescence; Canto Manta; Creation: Welcome, Starseed.
by Hrayr Attarian
In a mere decade composer and saxophonist Maria Grand established herself as a refreshingly singular voice on the creative music scene. Both as a side-woman and a leader, Grand has matured into an expressive artist with a fluid style and a warm tone. Her second full-length release, the enchanting Reciprocity, well demonstrates Grand's talents in a ...
by Angelo Leonardi
«Il più grande onore che ho avuto in questa vita è quello di essere madre. Questo è per mio figlio. Ho scritto e registrato questa musica mentre lui cresceva nel mio corpo». Donald Winnicott, il grande psicoanalista britannico, evidenziava che il bambino nasce già nella mente della madre e avrebbe apprezzato le parole ...
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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).
by Dan McClenaghan
Matt Cibula, writing for All About Jazz, wondered in his review of French drummer Olivier Le Goas' Gravitation (Altrisuoni, 2007): Who the heck is Olivier Le Goas...?" indicating perhaps a paucity of information about the leader, even in this day of Internet info overload. Nine years later there still isn't much on-line scoop about the man. ...