Thursday, November 14, 2019
Jane Antonia Cornish: Constellations

Jane Antonia Cornish: Constellations

Jane Antonia Cornish: 1: Constellations I; 2: Lux; 3: Beyond the Sky; 4: Wave Cycles; 5: Constellations II. Vicky Chow: pf (1, 2, 4,...

Renaud García-Fons: Beyond the Double Bass

In 1997 Renaud García-Fons released an album entitled Oriental Bass. While the name may be all but forgotten and perhaps with it the album as...

Kavita Shah: Visions

[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/170681238" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_artwork=false" width="100%" height="130" iframe="true" /] To say that Kavita Shah is an artist like no other is not really saying anything new. It...
Urban Turban & Shamim - Paradis

Urban Turban & Shamim: Paradis

The rather irreverent Swedish contemporary ensemble, teaming up with the Sufi singer, Shamim Naghedi are propelled from their romp around 1960s and 1970s Sweden...

Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928 – 2007): Mantra

Mantra: Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928 - 2007); Mark Knoop, Roderick Chadwick: pianos; Newton Armstrong: electronics The word “Mantra” in Indian scripture means a sacred utterance, mystical...

Pauline Jean: Nwayo

This second album by the mesmerising contralto, Haitian-born and raised Pauline Jean takes her extraordinary musicianship to another level. Jean’s excellent performance perfectly captures...

Albare’s Thoughts about Humanity

Sensational and delightful could be two of many words to describe Only Human, the new cd by the guitarist Albert Dadon, well known as...

The Melodic Whispers of Cristina Braga’s Samba and Jazz

The prestigious harpist Cristina Braga brings us another of her great works. Samba, Jazz and Love is her new album where she demonstrates, one more time, her talent and commitment to Brazilian music. She puts music’s soul into her harp interpretation...

Henry Cole & The Afrobeat Collective: Roots Before Branches

The deep energy of Henry Cole’s drumming comes from a singular ability to fond the rhythmic center of the music. Creating a wall of...
Sofia Tosello - Lluvia Fué

Sofia Tosello: Lluvia Fué

With the plethora of discs with wonderful music glorifying the tango, it is often tempting to think that the music of Argentina is just...
Sivan Arbel Broken Lines

Sivan Arbel Presents: Broken Lines

Broken Lines by Sivan Arbel is a fascinating study in joining the musical dots and by this is meant, the real black dots that...
Berkeley Choro Ensemble: The View from Here

Berkeley Choro Ensemble: The View from Here

The music called choro has variously been compared with ragtime and other styles that grew out of early New Orleans and with danzón from...
Edu Leal e a Conjuntura: Livre

Edu Leal e a Conjuntura: Livre

The structural plan of this recording entitled Livre by Edu Leal and the group of musicians who accompany him on this quest is about...
Eumir Deodato: Os Catedráticos 73

Eumir Deodato: Os Catedráticos 73

Eumir Deodato is arguably one of the most illustrious Brasilian composers, producers and performers to have ever transitioned from Brasil to the United States....
Eleanor Dubinsky: Soft Spot of My Heart

Eleanor Dubinsky: Soft Spot of My Heart

To be, even an accomplished linguist – as Eleanor Dubinsky clearly is – does not qualify one to be able to sing and emote...

Craig Hartley’s Books on Tape

Books on Tape, Vol.1 is Craig Hartley’s debut recording, a work that expresses his viewpoint about music from a wide range of rhythms, not only in different kinds of jazz styles but also experimental, classical, rock and avant-garde genres...

Lilian Raquel and Claudio César Ribéiro: Com Todas as Cores

The absolutely sensuously voiced Lilian Raquel has brought forth another recording: Com Todas as Cores, which is exquisitely voiced and magnificently orchestrated by her trusty partner, the guitarist, composer and lyricist, Claudio César Ribéiro...

“Salsa al Parque” Festival 2011 – A Tribute to the Magical Joe Arroyo

Last weekend Bogotá, the Colombian capital, celebrated another edition of Salsa al Parque, one of the biggest salsa festivals in Latin America. This is the fourteenth time the “capitalinos” (people from Bogota) enjoyed the great event of salsa rhythm. In this opportunity the festival paid a tribute to Joe Arroyo...
Roberto López - Criollo Elektric

Roberto López: Criollo Electrik

The words, “pure” and “criollo” seem to cancel out each other as each is mutually exclusive. They are not even the same parts of...

Gene Pritsker: Manhattan in Charcoal

Manhattan in Charcoal: A Chamber Opera Composed by Gene Pritsker; Libretto by Jacob Miller Vocals: Jacob Miller - Narrator/Poet; Charles Coleman –bar: Artist; Lynn Norris...

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