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Latin jazz - Verschijnt op 28 augustus 2020 | Mack Avenue Records

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Jazz - Verschijnt op 14 augustus 2020 | Blue Note Records

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Jazz - Verschijnt op 17 juli 2020 | Posi-Tone Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 10 juli 2020 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Verschenen op 3 juli 2020 | Deanne Matley

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Jazz - Verschenen op 2 juli 2020 | Eric Thézé

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Jazz - Verschenen op 26 juni 2020 | ECM

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Marcin Wasilewski has been a resident at ECM for sixteen years. And for 25 years, the Munich label has turned the Polish pianist and his trio of fellow countrymen (Slawomir Kurkiewicz on double bass and Michał Miśkiewicza on drums) into an intimate and pure workshop. To celebrate this anniversary, the band invited tenor saxophone giant Joe Lovano to their cosy fiesta. The American's lyricism, which is never raucous, is perfectly lined up in the piano inherited from Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett from the Polishman who always expresses himself economically. But it’s not only wisdom and recollection that we find here. Wasilewski knows how to be voluble and even unpredictable, like on the determined Cadenza, and even mysterious like his improvisations on Vashkar, the only cover on the record by Carla Bley. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 19 juni 2020 | ACT Music

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Jazz - Verschenen op 12 juni 2020 | Igloo

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Jazz - Verschenen op 5 juni 2020 | Posi-Tone Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 5 juni 2020 | Outside in Music

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Jazz - Verschenen op 5 juni 2020 | Igloo

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Jazz - Verschenen op 3 juni 2020 | UNIVERSAL MUSIC LLC

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Jazz - Verschenen op 29 mei 2020 | ECM

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If Benjamin Moussay’s name ever appeared on any ECM album covers it was always as sideman for Louis Sclavis, on his albums Sources, Silk and Salt on Melodies and Characters on a Wall. But with Promontoire, the 47-year-old has finally released an album for Manfred Eicher’s label that is entirely original solo material. Based in Munich, ECM Records already boasts an impressive number of major solo piano works, including the best-seller Köln Concert by Keith Jarrett, and Promontoire is now one of them. Moussay is a rather unassuming musician on the contemporary jazz scene, but those in the business have always recognised the clarity and strength of his playing. This includes Martial Solal, who said “He plays fair. Not too much, not too little”, but also an enormous list of musicians who have worked with him, including Sclavis, Archie Shepp, Dave Liebmann, Jean François Jenny Clark, Marc Ducret, Daniel Humair, Steve Swallow, Vincent Courtois, Michel Portal, Vincent Peirani, Youn Sun Nah, Airelle Besson and a few dozen others. He often plays in a trio (mainly with Eric Echampard and Arnault Cuisinier) but the solo piano pieces he performs here are timeless, characterised by simplicity, profound lyricism and improvisations with a strong narrative. Sensuality of the string’s vibration illuminating silence. Dance in its essence, solitary, unfolds with the flow of the internal rhythm. Elasticity of time, freedom of action, space, fleeting pleasure…Writing, infinitely reshuffling pretexts to the discretion of the instant. (…) Playing solo piano, I know the starting point and the destination. Mystery lies in the surprises of the journey”. This vision is a theme that flows throughout the twelve tracks on this album, which reveals a little more of itself with every listen. You can hear influences from all of his favourite musicians, from Thelonious Monk and Claudio Arrau to Lennie Tristano and Paul Bley, appearing and then disappearing before the melody takes over once again. Moussay always generates strong imagery with his melodies as he also composes music for film and theatre, but his work never sounds like music that has been churned out quickly without much thought or meaning behind it. Promontoire is particularly impressive during the more simplistic sequences (Villefranque and Monte Perdido), where Benjamin Moussay seems to say it all in just a few notes. This album proves that Less is more, yet again… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 29 mei 2020 | jazz family

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Jazz fusion en jazz rock - Verschenen op 29 mei 2020 | Gearbox Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 29 mei 2020 | Shoebill Music

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Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 22 mei 2020 | Jazzmax

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Jazz - Verschenen op 19 mei 2020 | Outside in Music

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Jazz - Verschenen op 15 mei 2020 | Open Stream Music

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  • Moses Boyd: a magician on the drumset
    Moses Boyd: a magician on the drumset The London based jazz drummer is the latest recipient of our Qobuzissime award. His new album "Dark Matter" is yet another piece of proof that the New British Jazz Scene shows no signs of slowing d...
  • Nina Simone turning up the pressure...
    Nina Simone turning up the pressure... Recorded on stage at Carnegie Hall in 1964, this "In Concert" has been re-released in Hi-Res 24 Bit quality. In 2020 it resounds just as powerfully as it did back then.