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Istanbul Junction

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2020
Track listing: Particles; Moods; Toprak; Aquarian; Valentine; Reminiscence; Innerview (for Ayse); L'ombre Lumineuse (Dedicated To Olivier Messiaen); Postlude.

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Burak Bedikyan: Istanbul Junction

Read "Istanbul Junction" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Istanbul-born and New York-based pianist Burak Bedikyan is an inventive composer and intelligent improviser with a subtle touch. His fifth release, the intimate and cinematic Istanbul Junction, showcases his talents fully as he leads a new band through nine of his captivating originals. The album's overall ambience is dramatic and darkly-hued, and the various ...

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Burak Bedikyan: Awakening

Read "Awakening" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

On his third release as a leader, Istanbul based pianist, Burak Bedikyan seamlessly blends his dual education in western classical and jazz and his national/ethnic heritage into an intriguing and cohesive album. Awakening comprises of nine Bedikyan originals that are elegantly crafted balancing intricate harmonies with deceptively effortless fluidity. The gently rolling refrains on ...

Moments in Time

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2016
Track listing: Permaculture; Hourglass; No V; First Time On The Moon; 12th Street; Far West; Rogers Ave; Moments In Time; Vibey 7.

Clean Spring

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2016
Track listing: Song For Iaia; Blues For Yusef Lateef; A Simple Question; Solo Una Camminata; Clean Spring; Serena; Oasis; Four Reasons; Escher Dance; Amore Trovato; Ionosphere; Out At Night; Tonos; Not Forever.

Awakening

Label: Steeplechase Lookout
Released: 2016
Track listing: Idée Fixe; Mother Earth; All Alone; Unfair Blues; Awakening; Memory Of A Fading Dream; Ad Infinitum; Do Not Fear; The All Seeing Eye.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Greg Burk: Clean Spring

Read "Clean Spring" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

Con questo bel CD il pianista statunitense dimostra per l'ennesima volta la sua classe di compositore e improvvisatore. Probabilmente il fatto di risiedere in Italia ha arricchito di tinte più melodiche un ampio florilegio di tecnica pianistica, che spazia tra scansioni irregolari e rarefazioni improvvise. Composto da sole composizioni originarie, il repertorio proposto ha il merito ...

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David Ambrosio / Russ Meissner: Moments in Time

Read "Moments in Time" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

For a long time, bassist David Ambrosio has been a vital part of the jazz scene in New York City and his playing has been documented on many releases, including the wonderful trio recordings by pianist Eri Yamamoto. In 2014, a new chapter began in Ambrosio's story when he released his first album ...

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Greg Burk: Clean Spring

Read "Clean Spring" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Pianist Greg Burk has built quite a discography as a leader, including solo albums and his latest, Clean Spring will only further burnish his reputation as a deep player and thinker. In a very real sense, this album is a homage to Burk's mentor Paul Bley, who had an obvious impact of Burk's musical attitude and ...


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