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Tatiana Parra

Artists coming from the same generation as Tatiana Parra that possess her professional experience are rare. Working since she was five, the performer and composer from Sao Paulo is known and admired within the music scene for her participation in shows and on the albums of a wide variety of artists: from Ivan Lins to Omara Portuondo, from Rita Lee to Chico Pinheiro, as well as Toquinho, Sandy & Júnior, André Mehmari, Dante Ozzetti and dozens of others. Now, Tatiana Parra lances the CD “Inteira” (Borandá) and makes her long awaited solo debut. Tatiana Parra began her career singing advertising pieces in different studios in Sao Paulo

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Patchwork

Label: Tone Center
Released: 2019
Track listing: Epistrophy; C. & D. (Civilización y sus Descontentos); Bouquet (Un Ramo De Flores); Naan Issue; Shade of Jade (Un Tono de Jade); Too Late Now (Demasiado Tarde); T. & T. (Tötem y Tabú); The Journey Home (El Camino a Casa); Huracán Clare; Nature Boy (digital-only bonus track).

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Steve Khan: Backlog

Read "Backlog" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Latin jazz has rarely featured the guitar, but that hasn't stopped Steve Khan. Backlog continues in the vein of previous albums including Parting Shot (Tone Center, 2011) and Subtext (Tone Center, 2014): creative Latin arrangements of Great American Songbook standards and modern jazz tunes that are rarely played in Latin style (or in any style, in ...

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Article: Album Review

Steve Khan: Backlog

Read "Backlog" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Steve Khan's love affair with Latin music germinated in the 1980's with his stellar Eyewitness recordings and continued to develop in a number of releases including 2011's Parting Shot and 2014's Subtext both on Tone Center Records. Backlog is third in this series and represents some of the esteemed jazz guitarist's finest work to date.

Album

Quatro Climas (Four Climates)

Label: Tratore
Released: 2015
Track listing: 1) O Esquimó Em Olinda (Conrado Paulino)– w/ Alexandre Ribeiro
2) Me Zeni o Pet (C.Paulino)
3) Você Já Foi à Bahia? (Dorival Caymmi)
4) Se Parar (C.Paulino)
5) Valsa Errante (C.Paulino)– w/ Tatiana Parra
6) Canto Triste (Edu Lobo – Vinícius de Moraes)
7) Vivo Sonhando (Tom Jobim) – w/ Léa Freire
8) Gêmeos (C.Paulino)– w/ Daniel D’Alcântara
9) A Nova Sem Nome (C.Paulino)
10) It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein – Richard Rodgers)
11) Anna Julia (Marcelo Camelo)

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Article: Album Review

Charlie Dennard: From Brazil To New Orleans

Read "From Brazil To New Orleans" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Thousands of miles separate Brazil and New Orleans, but pianist/composer Charlie Dennard thinks these two locales are a lot closer than that. This album is his way of showing that. Dennard, a former student of Ellis Marsalis who's served as a music director for Cirque du Soleil productions and shared the stage with ...

Album

Inteira

Label: Boranda
Released: 2010


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