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Amit Friedman – Long Way To Go

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Building on the success of his previous release, “Long Way To Go” is Amit Friedman’s second release as a leader and continues in the musical vein of it’s predecessor. For this album Amit’s sextet is joined by three guest vocalists, Claudia Acuna, Ravid Kahalani and Tamar Eisenman who featured on[…]

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Meddy Gerville – Tropical Rain

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“Tropical Rain” is the eighth album from pianist, composer and vocalist Meddy Greville. The album features a star studded line up including Randy Brecker- Trumpet | Giovanni Hidalgo- Percussion | Lionel Loueke- Guitar | Michel Alibo- Bass. “Tropical Rain” features thirteen original compositions ranging from the romantic ballad “Carmile” (written[…]

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The long overdue album, 1983, from “Changes” is here.

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German band Changes were one of the leading exponents of German Jazz in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Comprised of Wolfgang Engstfeld (Tenor Sax), Uli Beckerhoff ( Trumpet), Ed Kröger (Piano), Detlev Beier (Bass) and Peter Weiss (Drums) it can be said “Changes” influenced a generation of German Jazz[…]

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Oscar Del Barba – Autoritratto

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Autoritratto is the second album from Oscar Del Barba on Dot Time Records. This album presents Oscar alone with his instrument in a solo piano outing. The album features 10 original tracks, both through-composed and improvised. Musically, this album straddles the boundaries of Classical and Jazz with elements of minimal[…]

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Now available, Arik Strauss Trio – In Spite Of All

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Arik Strauss’s second piano trio album – In Spite of All – presents ten new compositions and two free improvisations. Following on the success of his first trio album, Mostly Ballads, these original compositions express a more upbeat atmosphere.  Joined again by bass player Tal Ronen and for the first[…]

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Mark Zandveld – Zandzemble the reviews are in

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There are a few things that one needs to be aware of when listening to the compositions of Zandzemble. . It is the musical brain-child or musings of a thoughtful composer, Mark Zandveld using his genius to create lyrical, melodic tone structure while employing numerous natural instrumentations or tones. The[…]

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Ola Onabule | Live in London

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Slow food: the movement arose from a feeling that what we were being fed was losing its ability to properly nourish and nurture people. Food had simply become a commodity with vital nutrients being lost in the pursuit of profit. If such a ‘slow’ movement was to be applied to[…]

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Deborah J. Carter re-releases Daytripper

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Songs of the Beatles form the soundtrack of our lives. With a natural sense of improvisation, variation, swing, and a superior phrasing, the Internationally acclaimed vocalist Deborah J. Carter created new versions of these songs. Daytripper is not about nostalgically reproducing familiar recordings: with a fascinating tendency for freedom she[…]

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Paul Jost | Live recording of “Born To Run”

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When Bruce Springsteen debuted Born to Run live in 1975, it was at The Bottom Line in Greenwich Village, around the corner from The Bitter End. On Monday, October 17 and Tuesday, October 18  vocalist/arranger Paul Jost performed his jazz interpretation of Born to Run which was recording live at[…]

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Simona Parrinello on Tour October 2016

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Simona Parrinello will perform music from her debut album “Con Alma” On Tour this October. The tour kicks off on 11 October in Milan (Italy) and see Simona and band performing throughout Italy, Germany and Belgium. Con Alma was released in February this year and has gained rave reviews. The[…]

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