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Daniela Soledade Infuses Classic Serge Gainsbourg Song With Bossa Nova Flair On 'Comment Te Dire Adieu'

Daniela Soledade Infuses Classic Serge Gainsbourg Song With Bossa Nova Flair On 'Comment Te Dire Adieu'

New Single and Video from Brazilian Vocalist Now Available Riding high on the success of her debut album, 2019’s A Moment of You, vocalist Daniela Soledade has just released a new single and video. “Comment Te Dire Adieu” (“How Do I Tell You Goodbye”) with lyrics by Serge Gainsbourg, highlights the writer’s inimitable word play and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Jonathan Goldman: Bump and Let It Slide

Read "Jonathan Goldman: Bump and Let It Slide" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

On Saturday February 29, Spanglish Fly will celebrate completing their tenth full year as America's leading producer and exporter of the wicked hot musical sauce known as Latin boogaloo with a special anniversary performance hosted by the legendary Brooklyn hotspot Barbes. The quintessential musical melting pot Spanglish Fly features musicians with roots in Puerto ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

A Jazz Lover's guide to Popular Music

Read "A Jazz Lover's guide to Popular Music" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week we explore the cross pollination between jazz and popular music genres, like pop, rock, soul, funk and ska. Archie Shepp playing with Whitney Houston? The jazz beginnings of Björk, Serge Gainsbourg, Sacha Distel? Ornette Coleman's and Sonny Rollins' adventures in rock-land? Lester Bowie playing ska? How Miles Davis' “So What" inspired Pee ...

WEWANTSOUNDS: A Forgotten Don Cherry and Other Gems

Read "WEWANTSOUNDS: A Forgotten Don Cherry and Other Gems" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello

A forgotten gem from the extensive and multi-colored discography of Don Cherry is available again, courtesy of the French label WEWANTSOUNDS [yes, their name is uppercase only!]. Home Boy, Sister Out, produced by Ramuntcho Matta, was originally released in 1985 on Barclay Records. It was distributed in France and Germany only and was never ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Michael Leonhart: Surfing on an Orchestral Wave

Read "Michael Leonhart: Surfing on an Orchestral Wave" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

If one were to find an answer to the age-old “nature or nurture" debate, s/he would have to look no further than The Painted Lady Suite [Sunnyside Records]. Listening to the stunning debut album by the Michael Leonhart Orchestra makes it clear that major achievements are only possible when nature and nurture are well integrated and ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Camille Bertault: Unity in Diversity

Read "Camille Bertault: Unity in Diversity" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

On her striking new album, Pas de géant ["Giant Steps" in French -Ed.], Camille Bertault confirms all the qualities that her debut release, En Vie, had showcased three years ago. For her sophomore release, the French singer doubles down with an eclectic repertoire, a stellar line-up and the production and arrangements written by Michael Leonhart with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Camille Bertault: Pas de Géant

Read "Pas de Géant" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo aver dimostrato col debutto di En Vie (Sunnyside 2016) d'essere una splendida jazz singer, e non solo, l'acrobatica vocalist Camille Bertault libera la sua eclettica personalità, dando sfogo alle molte passioni e influenze formative. Il titolo del suo secondo album allude ovviamente al celebre tema di John Coltrane (qui rinominato «Là où tu vas»), «Giant ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

L'Orchestrina Vertical al Posto Castello di Illasi

Read "L'Orchestrina Vertical al Posto Castello di Illasi" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Orchestrina Vertical Il Posto Castello Illasi, Verona 1.7.2017 L'amarezza per la fine del collettivo El Gallo Rojo ha avuto, negli stessi giorni d'inizio estate, una dolce consolazione con il concerto di una delle sue prime e più intriganti formazioni, l'Orchestra Vertical del chitarrista e bassista Enrico Terragnoli. Il 1° luglio, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pierre de Surgères: Krysis

Read "Krysis" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Belgian pianist Pierre de Surgères is an autodidact musician who pursued a musical career only after he studied journalism and philosophy. So far, that career has been quite erratic, he attended master classes with diverse mentors such as Toots Thielemans and Anthony Braxton, launched a project dedicated to the provocative songs of Serge Gainsbourg, worked in ...


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