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Transparency

Label: Dafnison Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Amanecer Contigo; No Es Fácil; Uncerntradition; Con Alma; Cry With Me; On the Way; Feed the Lions; Nothing or Everything; Lazy Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dafnis Prieto Sextet: Transparency

Read "Transparency" reviewed by John Chacona

In Cuban music, emotional grandeur and extravagant virtuosity is built on a foundation of inexhaustible rhythm. So, it's no surprise to find an abundance of juicy melodies and breathtaking drumming on Transparency from drummer and MacArthur “Genius" Fellow Dafnis Prieto. Yet for all the astonishing things he does behind the kit, what stands out ...

Sun Ra: The Eternal Myth Revealed Vol. 1

Read "Sun Ra: The Eternal Myth Revealed Vol. 1" reviewed by Skip Heller

Author's note: Michael Ricci has ordained me with the power to come to you once a month and throw a little information your way. A lot of great music falls through the cracks, often enough because the people who make it don't live comfortably in some nice categorical box. If you're someone who prefers music to ...

Second Time

Label: Transparency
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Opening; 02. Part I: Northern Restlessness, Interlude, Plays Of Winds, Dance Of The Large Birds, Secret Ice; 03. Part II: Second Time, Lull In Ashes (Brahms), Song Of Destiny (Beethoven), Song Of Past, Tides Of Hopewell Rocks; 04. Part III: Dripping Of Whiteness, Ungrund, River In The Air, Awakening Cycle, Coda; Rising Death (Adagio).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Claude Marc Bourget: Second Time

Read "Second Time" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Storia strana, e interessante, quella di Claude Marc Bourget, pianista canadese nato nel 1956. All'inizio degli anni '80 sembra avviato ad una promettente carriera musicale. Nel 1985 sceglie però di percorrere un'altra strada, quella della letteratura, ed abbandona l'attività concertistica. Un auto-esilio durato fino al 2006, ai cinquant'anni. Tappa fondamentale nella vita di ogni uomo, e ...

Re-Creation of the Gods

Label: Transparency
Released: 2006
Track listing: Intro; The Crack; Re-Creation of the Gods; Nobody Knows the Trouble Us People Done Seen; This Little Light of Mine; Hypothesis; Gods and Godesses; Etymology.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rufus Harley: Re-Creation of the Gods

Read "Re-Creation of the Gods" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The mere mention of jazz played on bagpipes is guaranteed to get a look of disbelief from most people, but not from listeners who have heard Rufus Harley, especially Re-Creation of the Gods, a 1972 disc that many consider his best. The Transparency label has reissued this record on CD with four extra tracks and pristine ...

Transparency

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Oh Susannah; 2. Leila's Waltz; 3. Hoe Down; 4. Transparency; 5. Don't Tell Me What To Do? 6. The Reel Thing; 7. Sweet Georgia Brown; 8. Black Satin; 9. Calgary Stampede; 10. Wild Dog; 11. I Got Rhythm; 12. The Nearness of You; 13. Paganini Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lenny Solomon: Transparency

Read "Transparency" reviewed by Peter Aaron

Transparency, Toronto violinist Lenny Solomon's first disc as a leader since 1995's The Gershwin Sessions, finds him helming the sextet of bassist Pat Collins, pianist Phil Dwyer, cellist Wendy Solomon, and the frequently paired Geoff Young and Barry Romberg on guitar and drums, respectively. The champagne-sparkle production of this standards-heavy set fits its title like a ...


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