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Roberto Magris Trio: One Night In With Hope And More… Vol. 2

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Italian pianist Roberto Magris has always had an affinity for the classic jazz trio format and the bebop sound which, he documents so well on the previous One Night In With Hope and More...Vol. 1 (J-Mood Records, 2012), the first session of an originally planned two-set project. The eagerly anticipated follow up part-two, comes to light ...

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Roberto Magris Trio: One Night In With Hope And More…vol. 2

Read "One Night In With Hope And More…vol. 2" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Italian pianist and composer Roberto Magris continues his pilgrimage to the heart of hard bop with the release of his second volume of One Night In With Hope And More.... Volume 1 was critically well considered, focusing on the music of Elmo Hope, Andrew Hill, and Barry Harris. Magris' journey began several years earlier with the ...

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Roberto Magris Trio: Kansas City Outbound

Read "Kansas City Outbound" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Italian pianist Roberto Magris has, much in the mode of American piano icon Jessica Williams, melded multiple influences to shape his style. He channels McCoy Tyner, John Coltrane's pianist in his 1960's rise to jazz stardom, on Kansas City Outbound's opener/title tune. Dense chords and a powerful percussive attack are the well-executed game plan for the ...


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