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Rodrigo Dominguez

Rodrigo Dominguez is the most sought after saxophonist in the vibrant Buenos Aires jazz scene. He is an inspired, critically acclaimed musician-composer, who is an astonishing improviser. This dynamic artist expertly plays a range of woodwind instruments with powerful eloquence. Esteemed by his peers and critics alike, one can detect his commanding presence on most contemporary Argentine jazz recordings. Born in 1970 to a musical family, he studied guitar at age 13. Dominguez was highly influenced by his father, a respected folk singer and guitarist. Early exposure to the musical roots of his homeland, engendered a profound understanding of the traditional rhythms and forms, as is revealed in the natural insight of his later work. In 1987, astounded by Wayne Shorter's Buenos Aires concert, Rodrigo switched from guitar to tenor saxophone and found his true passion

Spaghetti Jazz

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Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Un perro nefasto; 02. Stefania e il naso; 03. Ciabatte; 04. Mavalà/Tre sorelle/Garibbà; 05. Todos los pepinos del mundo; 06. Cuartal; 07. Insectos molestos; 08. Aargh!; 09. Il beccheggio.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Enzo Rocco: Spaghetti Jazz

Read "Spaghetti Jazz" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Trio decisamente aperto, quello riunito dal chitarrista cremasco in questo live realizzato tre anni or sono in quel di Buenos Aires accanto a due improvvisatori autoctoni. Lavoro felicemente poco tornito, a tratti quasi grezzo, obliquo e dinoccolato, Spaghetti Jazz riunisce nove pagine di Rocco che i tre musicisti attraversano con sano senso dissacratorio, non ponendosi troppe ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Brian Adler: A World of Percussion

Read "Brian Adler: A World of Percussion" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Brian Adler is truly both a drummer and a percussionist--in his world, the drum set coexists peacefully with a dizzying array of ethnic percussion instruments as equal partners in a myriad of musical possibilities. His work with vocalist Sunny Kim in the Prana Trio--which also includes a rotating cast of guest artists such as Frank Carlberg, ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Phase 2 of Brian Adler's Helium Project Lifts Off July 12

Phase 2 of Brian Adler's Helium Project Lifts Off July 12

DRUMMER/COMPOSER SPEARHEADS DIGITAL-ONLY COLLABORATION FEATURING THE MUSICAL TALENT OF ARGENTINE MUSICIANS RODRIGO DOMINGUEZ, JUAN PABLO ARREDONDO, JERONIMO CARMONA. Drummer and composer Brian Adler releases the second in a series of digital recordings from The Helium Music Project, his ongoing creative collaboration with jazz musicians that transcends time, space and international borders. Entitled Phase 2, the digital ...

Soy Sauce

Label: S-Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Era De Uranio; Cementerio Club; Wendolin; Asilo En Tu Corazon; La Melodia Es En Tu Alma; Parvas; Seguir Viviendo Sin Tu Amor; Por.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rodrigo Dominguez: Soy Sauce

Read "Soy Sauce" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Saxophonist Roberto Dominguez inherited his love for music from his father, who was a folk singer and guitarist. Dominguez began studying guitar when he was 13, however four years later his world changed when he heard Wayne Shorter at a concert in Buenos Aires. Dominguez switched to the tenor saxophone and was such a quick learner ...


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