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Renku in Coimbra

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Creep (Hebert); 02. Thingin' (Konitz); 03. Do & the Birds (Attias); 04. Fenix Culprit (Attias); 05. Wels (Hebert); 06. Sorry (Lyons); 07. Universal Constant (Hebert); 08. Creep (reprise).

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Michael Attias: Renku in Coimbra

Read "Renku in Coimbra" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La presenza di due brani targati Lee Konitz e Jimmy Lyons non è casuale. Del primo Michael Attias possiede l'eloquio dai toni astratti del secondo l'esuberanza controllata. Volendo completare il quadro dei riferimenti potremmo dire che nel contralto di Attias si ritrovano pure la morbidezza e la nonchalance di Wayne Marsh e la logica matematica di ...

Renku In Coimbra

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Creep; Thingin'; Do & The Birds; Fenix Culprit; Wels; Sorry; Universal Constant; Creep (reprise).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michael Attias: Renku In Coimbra

Read "Renku In Coimbra" reviewed by Martin Longley

Within the realms of his Renku trio, the reed specialist Michaël Attias deliberately glides towards a contemplative space. His partners in sensitivity are bassist John Hébert and drummer Satoshi Takeishi. In this setting, Attias deliberately confines himself to the alto saxophone, although his sonic results are anything but self-shackled. Often, when Attias is playing around the ...


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