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Standards (Brussels) 2006

Label: Amirani Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD1: Forest Flower; It's You or No One; Darn That Dream; Improvisation n.1; Very Early; If I Should Lose You. CD2: Virgo (take 2); Embarcadero; Night Dreamer; It Never Entered My Mind; Fine and Dandy; Monk's Mood. CD3: Three Little Words; Wave; Ruby My Dear; Mean to Me; Afternoon in Paris; What's New.

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Anthony Braxton: Standards (Brussels) 2006

Read "Standards (Brussels) 2006" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Meno esplosivo, sensazionale e deflagrante del Braxton compositore, ma altrettanto visionario e sensibile, il Braxton interprete ed esecutore di standards sorprende, seduce e ammalia. Non dovrebbe stupire trovare il medesimo penetrante approccio sia nell'esecuzione delle proprie composizioni, che nelle esecuzioni di standards altrui. Eppure dal Braxton interprete si hanno aspettative diverse. È noto l'interesse che Braxton ...

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Anthony Braxton Quartet: Standards (Brussels) 2006

Read "Standards (Brussels) 2006" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The jazz canon and Anthony Braxton have been companions throughout his entire career. His admiration for innovators like Thelonious Monk, Lennie Tristano, Warne Marsh, and Paul Desmond has been documented in interviews and music. Beginning with What's New In The Tradition (SteepleChase, 1974) to his “piano" recordings at New York's Knitting Factory in the '90s, Braxton ...


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