Home » Search Center » Results: Steve Argüelles

Results for "Steve Argüelles"

Advanced search options

Results for pages tagged "Steve Argüelles"...

Musician

Steve Arguelles

Born:

Born in 1963, an anglo-catalan now living in France, Steve Argüelles during his teenage years started his career in England with youth orchestras which were part of the British jazz scene, later joining groups lead by John Taylor, Lee Konitz, Dudu Pukwana and important associations with musicians such as Steve Lacy, Alex Balanescu, Shirley Horn, Hugh Masekela or Ronnie Scott. Together with pianist Django Bates he formed the group `Human Chain’ and they became key figures in the big-band `Loose Tubes’ that during the 80s was a shooting star of young British Jazz. Becoming one of the most in demand drummers in Europe, in 1991 he moved to Paris and began regular collaborations with Benoît Delbecq, Noël Akchoté, Marc Ducret, Corin Curschellas as well as leading a quintet with his brother saxophonist Julian Argüelles

2

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Nicholas Payton, Giacomo Zanus, Andorra, Dan Phillips & Other New Releases

Read "Nicholas Payton, Giacomo Zanus, Andorra, Dan Phillips & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


For the first part of this week's show we focus on new and upcoming albums by trumpet players, and collaborations between guitarists and drummers.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Nicholas Payton “Hangin' In and Jivin'" Smoke Sessions (Smoke Sessions) 0:16 Host talks 7:52 Abigoba “Decoy" ...

5

Article: Radio & Podcasts

England vs. Italy: A Jazz Re-match, First Half

Read "England vs. Italy: A Jazz Re-match, First Half" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


A few days ago, England and Italy faced each other in the finals of the European Soccer Cup. It was a compelling match with a nail-biting end between two teams that exceeded expectations and that promise to have a brilliant future. Italy won in a penalty shootout because in sports--especially in the finals of a tournament--there ...

4

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Benoît Delbecq, Charles Mingus, Danilo Gallo, Tom Rainey & More New Releases

Read "Benoît Delbecq, Charles Mingus, Danilo Gallo, Tom Rainey & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


In this installment of Mondo Jazz we check out the latest releases by prolific French pianist Benoit Delbecq, the expanded version of Charles Mingus' 1974 legendary concert at Carnegie Hall, the textural work of Waxwing and the trio of Thomas Strønen, Ayumi Tanaka, Marthe Lea, and a couple of albums that may end up very high ...

2

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Mario Pavone, Unscientific Italians, Bill Frisell, Paul Jarret & New Releases

Read "Mario Pavone, Unscientific Italians, Bill Frisell, Paul Jarret & New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This week we pay tribute to the late Mario Pavone, with an epic live set in which his majestic bass sound propelled the Thomas Chapin Trio into the stratosphere at the 1995 Newport Jazz Festival. The rest of the playlist revolves around modern jazz guitar, with two different ways to pay tribute to Bill Frisell, by ...

5

Article: Radio & Podcasts

His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 1

Read "His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


For over four and a half decades, Keith Jarrett has penned countless memorable compositions many of which have become an integral part of the repertoires of many of today's musicians. As his years at ECM have become increasingly focused on improvisational tour de forces or the exploration of the Great American Songbook, the compositions of Keith ...

7

Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Bill Frisell Songbook: Part 1

Read "The Bill Frisell Songbook: Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Every generation has a number of defining musicians who stand out for their innovations and distinctive voices. For us growing up musically in the 1980s and 1990s and interested in forward looking music, Bill Frisell is one of these foundational figures. His instrumental style is certainly unique and has shaped the way the following generations have ...

6

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Roxana Amed, Francesco Chiapperini, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Hitra & Other New Releases

Read "Roxana Amed, Francesco Chiapperini, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Hitra & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


The return of Garage a Trois to its original line-up (Charlie Hunter, Skerik, Stanton Moore) kicks off a show featuring plenty of new and upcoming releases delivering good energy, adventure, sophistication and dreams of wide open spaces. A special mention for the upcoming album by Argentinean singer Roxana Amed which confirms her as unique voice on ...

10

Article: Album Review

Benoit Delbecq: The Weight of Light

Read "The Weight of Light" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Parisian pianist & composer Benoît Delbecq has not recorded a solo album in more than a decade. His collaborations are with impressive company including Tim Berne, Tom Rainey, Lotte Anker, Mark Turner, Steve Argüelles, Gerald Cleaver, Marc Ducret, Gerry Hemingway, Mary Halvorson, Taylor Ho Bynum, and Kris Davis. It is Davis' Pyroclastic Records that Delbecq calls ...

Article: Album Review

Hubert Dupont, Antoine Berjeaut, Steve Arguelles: Trio Kosmos

Read "Trio Kosmos" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso


Tre improvvisatori indomabili tra ritmi siderali e dolcezza dell'acustico spezzata da espansioni elettroniche che sondano l'infinito. Hubert Dupont, Antoine Berjeaut e Steve Arguelles fondano il Trio Kosmos e danno vita a un long playing d'esordio basato sull'improvvisazione illuminata e sulla convergenza fra sonorità acustiche ed elettroniche. Dodici tracce che avvolgono, fanno sognare, ipnotizzano, si dispiegano senza ...


Engage

Contest Giveaways
Enter our latest contest giveaway sponsored by Mack Avenue Records

Get more of a good thing!

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories, our special offers, and includes upcoming jazz events near you.