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The Journey So Far

Label: Modica Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: And if You Please; Dina Dance; Those Damn I Love Yous; Encanto De Mi Nina; Si Tu Quesireas; Via Romano; You're My Everything; Non Dimenticar; And if You Please (instrumental).


Mario Romano: The Journey So Far

Read "The Journey So Far" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Argentinian-born, Canadian-based pianist Mario Romano delivers his fourth album as leader with The Journey So Far, essentially a compilation project that takes tracks from previously recorded albums and presents them in new light. A successful real-estate developer with a strong musical background, Romano spent most of his life building a business career and after achieving uncommon ...


David Buchbinder: Walk to the Sea

Read "David Buchbinder: Walk to the Sea" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Now that the exploration of the relationships between different ethnic musics and modern-day improvised music has reached the first of- hopefully-many crescendos, forward-looking artists such as the Canadian trumpeter David Buchbinder and pianist Hilario Duran have been looking at the many intersections of disparate-seeming ethnic musics through the same lens. Never mind the fact that a ...


Read "Wislawa" reviewed by John Kelman

Since returning to the ECM fold in 1994 to record Matka Joanna (1995), Tomasz Stańko has virtually rebooted a career that demonstrated significant promise back in the 1970s, when he released Balladyna (1976) for the label, and worked with others including Finnish drummer Edward Vesala and American bassist Gary Peacock. The Polish trumpeter was far from ...


Lakeland Jazz Festival 2013: Kirtland, Ohio, February 22-24

Read "Lakeland Jazz Festival 2013: Kirtland, Ohio, February 22-24" reviewed by Matt Marshall

41st Annual Lakeland Jazz FestivalKirtland, OhioFebruary 22-24, 2013 Scanning the list of guest artists who have appeared at the Lakeland Jazz Festival since its inception in 1973 reveals a history of acts with connections to the Northeast Ohio/Western Pennsylvania/Western New York area, with an internationally recognized name--Clark Terry, Donald Byrd, Kenny ...


Mario Romano Quartet: Valentina

Read "Valentina" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Canadian pianist Mario Romano--founder and president of the Castlepoint Group--is well-known in the Toronto Italian-Canadian community--not so much as a pianist, but as a major player in the real estate development industry. Valentina, is Romano's first album as a leader, returning to jazz music after nearly four decades of deferring to development deals. While unfamiliar to ...


Roberto Occhipinti: A Bend in the River

Read "A Bend in the River" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Quarto album nelle vesti di leader per Roberto Occhipinti. Il bassista e compositore, nato in Canada da genitori siciliani, nel suo percorso artistico si è immerso più volte nella musica afrocubana, e questo A Bend in the River - per determinati aspetti - non fa eccezione, anche se nelle sette tracce qui proposte si possono evidenziare ...


Hilario Duran Trio: Motion

Read "Motion" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Hilario Duran continues to essay his skills as a pianist and composer of remarkable virtuosity on Motion. The compositions open a vista of stylistic opportunities, into which he delves with relish and focus, as he drives his creative forces to a new high. Duran's father, Hilario Duran Sr., was part of the “Movimiento del ...


JazzWeek Radio Chart: June 14, 2010

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks 1 7 8 Ray Vega & Thomas Marriott East-West Trumpet Summit (Origin) 280 152 +128 10 71 1 4 2 9 10 Trombone Shorty Backatown (Verve Forecast) 205 144 +61 0 57 2 9 3 2 2 Dr. Lonnie Smith Spiral (Palmetto) 199 176 +23 5 ...


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