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The Tempest

Label: Luminescence Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 1. An Evening At Prospero’s - 10:03; 2. Caliban - 9:02; 3. Goodbay (G. Jenkins) - 4:51; 4. Miranda Eyebrows - 6:31; 5. Claribel, The Queen of Tunis - 11:20; 6. So (D. Ellington) - 4:06; 7. Ariel In Clarinetville - 10:12; 8. Green Chimneys (T. Monk) - 5:36. Ove non indicato i brani sono improvvisati.

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Daniele D'Agaro: The Tempest

Read "The Tempest" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Liberamente ispirato a La tempesta di Shakespeare, questo lavoro mette in luce una volta di più le qualità strumentali e di improvvisatore di Daniele D'Agaro, cinquantenne clarinettista e sassofonista che negli ultimi anni s'è imposto come uno dei migliori interpreti del nostro paese. Accompagnato alla batteria e ai timpani da Han Bennink, suo compagno di lungo ...

The Tempest

Label: Reservoir Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: The Tempest, My Heart Stood Still, Let the Sea Roar, Alone Together, Twelve, Get Happy, My Ideal, From this Moment On, Alone Together, It Could Happen to You

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Pete Malinverni: The Tempest

Read "The Tempest" reviewed by Russ Musto

Pianist Pete Malinverni’s fifth date for Reservoir reunites the leader with bassist Dennis Irwin and drummer Leroy Williams in a program designed to showcase the more aggressive cast the trio often takes in its live performances. Malinverni’s mastery of the bebop idiom is virtually unmatched by young pianists, the legitimacy of his approach delivering a depth ...

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Pete Malinverni: The Tempest

Read "The Tempest" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

New York pianist Pete Malinverni is a familiar name to jazz lovers who scan the newspaper pages to see who is appearing on the club scene. Although he has several recordings on the well-regarded independent Reservoir label over the past seven years, this is my first opportunity to hear him first-hand. Malinverni has also been a ...

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Pete Malinverni: The Tempest

Read "The Tempest" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pete Malinverni's previous disc on Reservoir Music, Autumn in New York , drew me into a world I'd hestitated to explore: the piano trio. The bop-inflected set featured some of Maliverni's distinctive originals beside his fresh takes on some of the time-honored classics, with the pianist joined by two very in sync accompanists, bassist Dennis Irwin ...


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