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Pernille Bévort: Roundabouts And Novellas

Read "Pernille Bévort: Roundabouts And Novellas" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It's been over three years since multi-reedist, singer composer and arranger Pernille Bévort released Perfect Organisation (Gateway, 2011), her outstanding bringing together of jazz and tango nuevo that featured bandoneon player Marcelo Nisinman. Bévort, however, hasn't been slacking off in any way in the intervening years, oh no. She's simply been occupied in the execution of ...


Django Bates: Like Life

Read "Django Bates: Like Life" reviewed by Chris May

Django BatesLike LifeStoryville2011 (1998) If you had to choose one artifact which is emblematic of the work of the British composer, bandleader and keyboards and e-flat horn player Django Bates, then his notorious “derangement" of John Kander and Fred Ebb's “New York, New York" would be a ...

The Copenhagen Connection

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. It Was a Party Every Night (Tomas Franck) - 4:47; 02.The Apartment (Dexter Gordon) - 5:27; 03. Old Folks (Willard Robinson/Dedette Lee Hill) In Memory of Ben Webster - 5:27; 04. A Monk?'s Dream (Johnny Griffin) - 4:24; 05. Gingerbread Boy (Jimmy Heat) - 5:13; 06. Jenny (Ernie Wilkins) - 6:56; 07. Soul Eyes (Mal Waldron) In Memory of Stan Getz - 4:34; 08. The Red Lightning (Bent Jaedig) - 4:09; 09. Sonnymoon for Two (Sonny Rollins) - 5:43; 10. Infant Eyes (Wayne Shorter) - 5:51; 11. Isotope (Joe Henderson) - 5:08.


Tomas Franck: The Copenhagen Connection

Read "The Copenhagen Connection" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

The Copenhagen Connection celebra un'epoca importante per il jazz in Europa (ed in cui è nata una label come la Steeplechase), anni in cui al Montmartre Jazzhouse di Copenhagen suonava regolarmente Dexter Gordon ed i suoi connazionali e colleghi di strumento, musicisti del calibro di Johnny Griffin, Stan Getz, Jimmy Heath, ecc. venivano ad esibrisi sul ...


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