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Moutin Factory Quintet: Lucky People

Read "Lucky People" reviewed by Luca Casarotti

I gemelli François e Louis Moutin dividono il tempo e le loro attività musicali tra la Francia e New York, dove François risiede. Dopo aver guidato per anni il Moutin Reunion Quartet con Rick Margitza e Pierre De Bethmann, nel 2013 hanno assemblato il Moutin Factory Quintet insieme al sassofonista Christophe Monniot, al chitarrista Manu Codjia ...

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Moutin Factory Quintet: Lucky People

Read "Lucky People" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The Moutin brothers bassist François and drummer Louis co-lead their Moutin Factory Quintet on the delightfully engaging Lucky People, their first release with the above group. The intricately crafted tunes deftly interweave individual spontaneous expressions within each thematic framework bringing a stimulatingly dramatic sense to the music. On the darkly simmering “Conflict," pianist Thomas ...

Fireflies

Label: Recorded
Released: 2013

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Thomas Enhco: Fireflies

Read "Fireflies" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Di vere e proprie “lucciole" (Fireflies) possiamo parlare a proposito di Thomas Enhco, musicista e compositore (classe 1988) che si è già ricavato un posto di rilievo nel panorama internazionale grazie a collaborazioni lussuose con Peter Erskine, Mike Stern, Billy Cobham, André Ceccarelli, Toots Thielemans, Biréli Lagrene, Johnny Griffin (elenco parziale, ma assolutamente significativo) e consolidato ...


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