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Jazz - Verschenen op 7 april 2015 | Blue Note (BLU)

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Jazz - Verschenen op 25 januari 2019 | ECM

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Even if his name has appeared on multiple ECM albums (John Abercrombie, Marc Johnson, Steve Kuhn, Paul Motian, etc.), Joe Lovano has until now never had the chance to be the leader of a record for Manfred Eicher’s label. At 66 years old, the saxophonist from Cleveland is finally the boss on Trio Tapestry which has been put together with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi. It’s a formation without a double bass that offers the inner pow-er of an orchestra. Less voluble than usual, here Lovano throws himself into quite intimate narratives. “This trio”, he stated, “is a melodic, harmonic and rhythmic musical tapestry which creates moods and atmospheres.” This group is above all an ambassador for a colorful style of jazz. Spirituality and calmness underline each improvisation. We continue to wonder as to why Crispell isn’t a more well-know and praised musician. Following in the footsteps of Paul Bley and Cecil Taylor, she brings her piano into contemporary music territory laced with lyricism and proves that she is an essential member of this group which is equipped with a stunning creative force. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 29 januari 2021 | ECM

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What if Trio Tapestry was one of the most crucial outfits in all of Joe Lovano's long career? A year after a first album for ECM, the Cleveland saxophonist has reunited with his two accomplices, pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi, for an even more moving recording. Upon the release of the first, Lovano had described this Trio as "a melodic, harmonic, rhythmic musical tapestry throughout, sustaining moods and atmospheres.” Trio Tapestry, above all, had all the hallmarks of a spirited piece of jazz. With this Garden of Expression, spirituality and calm once again underline each improvisation. Lovano, who writes all the compositions, is never a lider maximo but one third of a tightly-welded unit. A unique voice driven by a desire for purity. In what is unspoken, in the notes that are left unplayed, Crispell displays astounding precision. The depth of the playing of this unfairly underestimated pianist has rarely reached such a level. In terms of restraint too, Lovano blows a light wind of saving serenity in these turbulent times (the album is dedicated to the victims of Covid): a breeze that does good and is felt as a welcome pause for recollection. Wonderful. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 7 mei 2021 | Greenleaf Music

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Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas launched Sound Prints in 2013, the year of Wayne Shorter's 80th birthday. Since then, the saxophonist and trumpeter have set themselves the mission of celebrating their illustrious elder by writing and performing new music that they think expresses his creative and fearless spirit. With a multigenerational cast made up of pianist Lawrence Fields, bassist Linda May Han Oh and drummer Joey Baron, this virtuoso quintet released the thrilling Sound Prints: Live at Monterey Jazz Festival, which included the world premiere of two new themes by Shorter. The 2018 album Scandal saw the same line-up taking on brand-new themes from Lovano and Douglas, along with new takes on JuJu and Fee Fi Fo Fum, two masterpieces from Shorter's Blue Note period. Other Worlds, recorded in the wake of a week on stage at the prestigious Village Vanguard in New York in January 2020, has the Sound Prints quintet delivering some solid original compositions. Although there is no material from Wayne Shorter here this time around, the spirit and philosophy of Miles Davis's former sideman are still very much present. The powerful chemistry between the bandmates fizzes at every turn. This is further explained when Douglas describes his vision: "the whole concept of the band is dialogue and interaction, and when you play that way, nobody can retreat into the role of their instrument. Everybody's playing everything, all the time." This total commitment is what underpins the success of Other Worlds, which manages to celebrate the genius of Wayne Shorter without ever being too precious or obsequious about it. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 14 december 2018 | ECM

Even if his name has appeared on multiple ECM albums (John Abercrombie, Marc Johnson, Steve Kuhn, Paul Motian, etc.), Joe Lovano has until now never had the chance to be the leader of a record for Manfred Eicher’s label. At 66 years old, the saxophonist from Cleavland is finally the boss on Trio Tapestry which has been put together with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi. It’s a formation without a double bass that offers the inner power of an orchestra. Less voluble than usual, here Lovano throws himself into quite intimate narratives. “This trio”, he stated, “is a melodic, harmonic and rhythmic musical tapestry which creates moods and atmospheres.” This group is above all an ambassador for a colourful style of jazz. Spirituality and calmness underline each improvisation. We continue to wonder as to why Crispell isn’t a more well-know and praised musician. Following in the footsteps of Paul Bley and Cecil Taylor, she brings her piano into contemporary music territory laced with lyricism and proves that she is an essential member of this group which is equipped with a stunning creative force. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 6 april 2018 | Greenleaf Music

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Jazz - Verschenen op 29 januari 2021 | ECM

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What if Trio Tapestry was one of the most crucial outfits in all of Joe Lovano's long career? A year after a first album for ECM, the Cleveland saxophonist has reunited with his two accomplices, pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi, for an even more moving recording. Upon the release of the first, Lovano had described this Trio as "a melodic, harmonic, rhythmic musical tapestry throughout, sustaining moods and atmospheres.” Trio Tapestry, above all, had all the hallmarks of a spirited piece of jazz. With this Garden of Expression, spirituality and calm once again underline each improvisation. Lovano, who writes all the compositions, is never a lider maximo but one third of a tightly-welded unit. A unique voice driven by a desire for purity. In what is unspoken, in the notes that are left unplayed, Crispell displays astounding precision. The depth of the playing of this unfairly underestimated pianist has rarely reached such a level. In terms of restraint too, Lovano blows a light wind of saving serenity in these turbulent times (the album is dedicated to the victims of Covid): a breeze that does good and is felt as a welcome pause for recollection. Wonderful. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Verschenen op 1 januari 2000 | Blue Note Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 1 januari 2005 | Blue Note Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 22 februari 1991 | Blue Note Records

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Jazz - Verschenen op 25 januari 2019 | ECM

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Even if his name has appeared on multiple ECM albums (John Abercrombie, Marc Johnson, Steve Kuhn, Paul Motian, etc.), Joe Lovano has until now never had the chance to be the leader of a record for Manfred Eicher’s label. At 66 years old, the saxophonist from Cleveland is finally the boss on Trio Tapestry which has been put together with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi. It’s a formation without a double bass that offers the inner power of an orchestra. Less voluble than usual, here Lovano throws himself into quite intimate narratives. “This trio”, he stated, “is a melodic, harmonic and rhythmic musical tapestry which creates moods and atmospheres.” This group is above all an ambassador for a colorful style of jazz. Spirituality and calmness underline each improvisation. We continue to wonder as to why Crispell isn’t a more well-know and praised musician. Following in the footsteps of Paul Bley and Cecil Taylor, she brings her piano into contemporary music territory laced with lyricism and proves that she is an essential member of this group which is equipped with a stunning creative force. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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