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L'ultimo hipster. La vita e la musica di Mark Murphy

Read "L'ultimo hipster. La vita e la musica di Mark Murphy" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Non trovate accenni a Mark Murphy nelle più recenti storie del jazz, neanche il nome. Una lacuna che appare inspiegabile (a differenza di Frank Sinatra, Mel Tormè e Tony Bennett) che si giustifica solo col ritardo a collocare il cantante di Syracuse in una prospettiva storica. Eppure già prima della sua scomparsa -il ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Denny Zeitlin: Nothing Halfway

Read "Denny Zeitlin: Nothing Halfway" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

San Francisco-based jazz pianist Denny Zeitlin--aka Dr. Dennis Zeitlin, Psychiatrist--boasts a music career that spans more than fifty years. He began, at a tender young age, playing professionally in the early fifties in his home town of Chicago. He was, very early in his life, interested in the fields of medicine and music, and he has ...

Blue and Brown

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: All My Tomorrows, I Believe in You, I

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Reuben Brown: Blue and Brown

Read "Blue and Brown" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

A native of Washington D.C., pianist Reuben Brown seems to have made a few records back in the early ‘90s and then disappeared, taken off the scene by some illness alluded to in the liners to this set. In addition to those sides cut in 1994 that appeared on his debut trio date for SteepleChase, Ice ...


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