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Marc Johnson - Eliane Elias: Swept Away

Read "Swept Away" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


La pianista Eliane Elias è nota da tempo sui palcoscenici internazionali, a cominciare dalla sua collaborazione con i leggendari Steps Ahead all'inizio degli anni '80. Dalla bossa nova con cui è cresciuta ai tanti album da leader, sia come pianista che cantante, l'artista brasiliana ha saputo consolidare le proprie credenziali anche grazie ai numerosi dischi incisi ...

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Swept Away

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Swept Away; It's Time; One Thousand and One Nights; When the Sun Comes Up; B is for Butterfly; Midnight Blue; Moments; Sirens of Titan; Foujita; Inside Her Old Music Box; Shenandoah.

Album

Swept Away

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Swept Away (Elias) - 6.18; 02. It's Time (Elias) - 5:49; 03. One Thousand and One Nights (Elias) - 8:18; 04. When the Sun Comes Up (Johnson) - 6:36; 05. B is for Butterflay (Elias) - 8:05; 06. Midnight Blue (Johnson) - 6:00; 07. Moments (Elias) - 5:50; 08. Sirens of Titan (Johnson/Elias) - 5:55; 09. Foujita (Johnson) - 6:36; 10. Inside Her Old Music Box (Johnson/Elias) - 5:27; Shenandoah (American Folk Song) - 4:35.

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Article: Album Review

Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias: Swept Away

Read "Swept Away" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Swept Away is certainly a collaborative effort--co-led by Eliane Elias and bassist Marc Johnson--but it seems more like the pianist's set. The Sao Paolo-born pianist, Elias, penned five of the disc's eleven tunes, and co-wrote two more with her musical/life partner, Johnson. The duo, in league with drummer Joey Baron and, on five tunes, saxophonist Joe ...

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Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias: Swept Away

Read "Swept Away" reviewed by John Kelman


It's a relatively rare occasion when Marc Johnson releases an album under his own name, but based on the bassist's track record--from Bass Desires (ECM, 1985) through to Shades of Jade (ECM, 2005)--it's always one to celebrate. As Johnson fast approaches 60, it seems like only yesterday that he emerged as the bassist in Bill Evans' ...

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Swept Away

Label: Sparky 1 Productions
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Journey to the Center 2. Atheada 3. Siva

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Mary Ann McSweeney: Swept Away

Read "Swept Away" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Bassist Mary Ann McSweeney debuted with her well-received recording Thoughts of You on Jim Eigo's Jazz Magnet label. On that outing she employed her husband, Mike Fahn, on valve trombone, Donny McCaslin on reeds and flutes, Henry Hey on piano, and Tim Horner on drums. Now, almost three years later, McSweeney returns with the same band ...

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Mary Ann McSweeney: Swept Away

Read "Swept Away" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


If you want to hear a world class bassist, then seriously consider Mary Ann McSweeney. Her sound on the upright bass is extremely deep and robust. Her technique and chops reveal a seasoned musician, yet her approach to the music on her new release is fresh and daring. Having performed with artists from jazz great Dizzy ...


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