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Keith Tippett: R.I.P.

Read "Keith Tippett: R.I.P." reviewed by Duncan Heining

Keith Tippett's death on Sunday, 14th June 2020 robbed British and European music of one of its finest talents. The death on any musician of even minor significance often leads many critics reaching for the Thesaurus and tripping over their adjectives in a head-rush of hyperbole. In Keith's case, the simple phrase--"one of music's finest talents"--cuts ...


Article: Multiple Reviews

Composer Tributes: Strayhorn, Shorter, Monk and Sam Jones

Read "Composer Tributes: Strayhorn, Shorter, Monk and Sam Jones" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

There always seem to be albums coming out that pay tribute to accomplished jazz composers. Here are some newer ones, three on very familiar names and one on an often overlooked musician. John Di Martino Passion Flower: The Music of Billy Strayhorn Sunnyside Records 2020 Pianist John ...



Label: Tapestry
Released: 2017
Track listing: Sunuosa; Cobalt Blue; Maracatim; Sunset; Jack And The Goblin Brother; Varanda; Reunion; Mathias; BR; Yesterdays.


Article: Album Review

The Reunion Project: Varanda

Read "Varanda" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

If ever there was a gathering that's true to name and a misnomer, this is it. The Reunion Project isn't a glimpse at a band reformation or a grand comeback statement, but rather an expression of shared experiences, influences, and actions. It's both a look back to earlier times and the dawn of a new adventure. ...


Ugandan Suite

Label: Tapestry
Released: 2014
Track listing: Movement 1 – The Buffalo; Movement 2 – The Elephant; Movement 3 – The Leopard; Movement 4 – The Rinhoceros; Movement 5 – The Lion.


Article: Album Review

Felipe Salles: Ugandan Suite

Read "Ugandan Suite" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Opera che sembra d'altri tempi, alla ricerca di un terzomondismo ancora sufficientemente pulito da non odorare di world music (nell'accezione più amorfa del termine), quella che ci propone il gruppo allargato (anche a un solista della statura di Dave Liebman) del tenorsassofonista (soprattutto) brasiliano (di San Paolo, ma ormai di stanza a New York) Felipe Salles. ...


Track of the Day

Movement 3 - The Leopard

Label: Tapestry
Released: 2014
Duration: 8:53



Label: Tapestry
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Departure 08:54; 2. Seagull’s Island 09:05; 3. Bela’s Reflections 05:32; 4. Maracatu d’Orleans 08:39; ; 5. Awaiting 04:56; 6. B’s Blues 08:31; 7. Schoenberg’s Error 08:07; 8. Adagio triste 05:30; 9. Natural Selection 08:22. Tutti i brani sono di Felipe Salles.

Article: Album Review

Felipe Salles: Departure

Read "Departure" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ascoltare questo nuovo disco - il quinto da leader- di Felipe Salles e insieme scorrerne la tracklist dà una sensazione quasi contraddittoria: come se l'autore si fosse sforzato di mostrare, attraverso i titoli, la sua formazione al contempo eurocolta e jazzistica. Praticamente ogni brano è dedicato ad un compositore oppure richiama un gesto della musica classica: ...


Michael Pagán 12 Preludes & Fugues

Label: Tapestry
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Prelude I - 3:06; 2. Fugue I - 2:19; 3. Prelude II - 1:40; 4. Fugue II - 4:06; 5. Prelude III - 1:19; 6. Fugue III - 2:47; 7. Prelude IV - 6:53; 8. Fugue IV - 3:15; 9. Prelude V - 3:30; 10. Fugue V - 1:49; 11. Prelude VI - 3:54; 12. Fugue VI - 3:09; 13. Prelude VII - 2:31; 14. Fugue VII - 1:17; 15. Prelude VIII - 6:22; 16. Fugue VIII - 1:49; 17. Prelude IX - 2:02; 18. Fugue IX - 1:51; 19. Prelude X - 2:56; 20. Fugue X - 1:54; 21. Prelude XI - 3:39; 22. Fugue XI - 3:54; 23. Prelude XII - 1:53; 24. Fugue XII - 3:25. Tutte le composizioni sono di Michael Pagán.


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