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Streams of Expression

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Streams of Expression: Streams (Pt. I); Cool (Pt. II). The Birth of the Cool Suite: Prelude/Moon Dreams; Interlude No.1/Move/Interlude No.2; Boplicity/Postlude. Blue Sketches; Buckeyes; Streams of Expression: Enchantment (Pt. III); Second Nature (Pt. IV); Fire Prophet (Pt. V). Big Ben.

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Joe Lovano: Streams of Expression

Read "Streams of Expression" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Joe Lovano è uno dei protagonisti più eclettici ed attivi dell'ultimo ventennio: ha suonato di tutto e con tutti, senza mai rinunciare alla sua personale pronuncia, di un'eleganza classica e sofisticata, tanto rifinita e pomposa da risultare a volte stucchevole. Il che capita di rado in questo CD ben congegnato, in cui la tensione e i ...

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Joe Lovano: Streams of Expression

Read "Streams of Expression" reviewed by Tom Greenland


Joe Lovano never fails to create an impression. Streams of Expression, his eighteenth release for Blue Note, is a suite-within-a-suite that honors and signifies upon a considerable amount of jazz history--cool, modal, avant, bop--with authority and individuality. The centerpiece of the album is the “Birth of the Cool Suite," a tribute to the chamber jazz outings ...

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Joe Lovano: Streams of Expression

Read "Streams of Expression" reviewed by John Kelman


British woodwind player Tim Garland has praised Joe Lovano for “the way he looks forward and backwards on the horn simultaneously, covering the whole tradition, yet looking way, way forward at the same time. Nowhere is this more evident than on Streams of Expression, where the woodwind multi-instrumentalist teams up with Third Stream progenitor Gunther Schuller ...

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Joe Lovano: Streams of Expression

Read "Streams of Expression" reviewed by Jim Santella


Were he still with us, Miles Davis would have turned eighty this year. But he is still with us through his music and the influence that he had on jazz all over the world, for all those who have been influenced by his poise and flair. With an interpretation of the Birth of the ...

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Joe Lovano: Streams of Expression

Read "Streams of Expression" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Jazz suites have been elaborate works of creative composition since the days of Duke Ellington, and they continue to be on Streams of Expression. Revisiting the sounds of Joe Lovano's larger ensembles works like 52nd Street Themes, the recording is a change in direction compared to his two previous quartet releases. Lovano's biggish sound is back, ...


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