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Like A Jazz Machine 2017

Read "Like A Jazz Machine 2017" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Like A Jazz Machine Centre Culturel Regionel Opderschmelz Dudelange, Luxembourg May 25-28, 2017 Size, as Like A Jazz Machine knows, isn't everything. The audience in the Centre Culturel Regionel Opderschmelz amounts to just four seated rows downstairs, with a small standing section to the rear, and ten rows ...


Eric Legnini: The Afro Beat from Europe

Read "Eric Legnini: The Afro Beat from Europe" reviewed by Jean-Pierre Goffin

Starting very young with his own trio--Stéphane Galland (Aka Moon, Joe Zawinul, Lobi) on drums and Jean-Louis Rassinfosse, bassist of the European Chet Baker's trio with Philip Catherine--Eric Legnini left jny: Brussels and has been living in jny: Paris since then, appearing first with drummer Aldo Romano, alto saxophonist Stefano Di Battista and trumpet player Flavio ...


Perico Sambeat: More Than He Could Imagine

Read "Perico Sambeat: More Than He Could Imagine" reviewed by Marta Ramon

Perico Sambeat is one of the most famous Spanish sax players around the world. Before he got special recognition in 2003 when he won the Bird award at the North Sea Jazz Festival, he had been working internationally for more than twenty years. This eclectic jazz musician has a rich discography both as a leader and ...


Elizabeth Kontomanou at Tanjazz Festival 2013

Read "Elizabeth Kontomanou at Tanjazz Festival 2013" reviewed by Mehdi El Mouden

Elizabeth Kontomanou Tanjazz Festival Palais des Institutions Italiennes Tangier, Morocco September 21, 2013 Females have always held an important position in the jazz world, especially as singers. Since the demise of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, and some unforgettable female voices, other singers have arisen vying for attention, willing ...


Julien Lourau: Quartet Saigon

Read "Quartet Saigon" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Marseilles-based saxophonist Julien Lourau brought Quartet Saigon together in 2007, and both the group and album are named for the city where they made their debut performance: Saigon, Vietnam. Quartet Saigon is an inventive and intelligent album and shows that a classic four-piece with talent and imagination can still create original tunes. The ...

New Dreams

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: 1. But Not For Me (G. e I. Gershwin) - 4:41; 2. A Child Is Born (T. Jones) - 4:01; 3. Trees Part 1 - 2:42; 4. Hummingsbirds - 2:48; 5. New Dreams - 5:41; 6. Satin Doll (Mercer/Ellington) - 6:17; 7. Widmung (R. Schumann) - 3:20; 8. Old Joe - 2:17; 9. Action - 3:20; 10. The Meadow - 2:21; 11. Burning Path - 0:47; 12. The Brook - 2:59; 13. Simplicity - 3:11; 14. Straight No Chaser (T. Monk) - 2:47; 15. Trees Part 2 - 2:38 Ove non indicato i brani sono di Jean-Michel Pilc


Jean-Michel Pilc: New Dreams

Read "New Dreams" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

A due anni dal precedente Live at Iridium, Jean-Michel Pilc esce con un nuovo lavoro in trio, accompagnato come allora dal bassista Thomas Bramerie e dal batterista Mark Mondesir, che in numerose tracce viene però sostituito da Ari Hoenig, batterista dei precedenti dischi di Pilc. Il CD riprende gran parte delle ispirazioni della musica del pianista ...


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