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New music from Derupeto, Igor Willcox, Soft works and more

Read "New music from Derupeto, Igor Willcox, Soft works and more" reviewed by Len Davis

Music from Brazilian drummer Igor Willcox and his album # 1, Softworks Live in Osaka 2003, beautifully restored by Mark Wingfield, and from Sweden guitarist Tobias Grim and his band Derupeto with their new self titled album. Playlist Igor Willcox “Room 73" from # 1 (Self Produced) 00:00 Derupeto “Funk do misterio" from Derupeto ...

MoonJune Records: A Decade of Progressive Rock Documentation

Read "MoonJune Records: A  Decade of Progressive Rock Documentation" reviewed by Mark Redlefsen

On a moon of this past June, appropriately enough, Leonardo Pavkovic, owner of the progressive jazz label MoonJune Records, gave All About Jazz an interview at the label's office in Union Square, New York City. The name MoonJune Records, which Pavkovic started back in 2001, is taken from the title of a song, “Moon In June," ...

Abracadabra

Label: Tone Center
Released: 2003
Track listing: Seven Formerly; First Trane; Elsewhere; K Licks; Baker?s Treat; Willie?s Knee; Abracadabra; Madame Vintage.

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Soft Works: Abracadabra

Read "Abracadabra" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Four legendary old friends reunite here to dig deeply into new material. On first listen it seems the energy level doesn't rise about a simmer much of the time, though Allan Holdsworth does kick things up a notch now and then. But repeated listens reveal the multiple layers of what is going on here, reminding us ...


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