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Old 01-31-2020, 01:55 PM   #401 (permalink)
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EMJO LIVE IN COIMBRA

European Movement Jazz Orchestra

https://cleanfeed-records.com/produc...ve-in-coimbra/

band includes Silva on trumpet
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Old 01-31-2020, 04:08 PM   #402 (permalink)
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Oneiros by Lama

Susana Santos Silva - trumpet, electronics

Gonçalo Almeida - double bass, effects and loops

Greg Smith - drums

https://lamatrio.bandcamp.com/album/oneiros
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Old 02-01-2020, 09:18 PM   #403 (permalink)
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Metamorphosis by LAMA + Joachim Badenhorst

Frown, if you listen to only one of her other records I recommend this one (there’s some I havent heard, however)
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Fire! OrchestraRitual (Rune Grammofon, 2016)

Silva plays on this as well.
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The Beau Hunks Sextette - Powerhouse
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Playboys by Art Pepper and Chet Baker
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On the Road by Art Farmer

Art Pepper plays on this as well. It’s not flashy but they have good chemistry.
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From This Place - Pat Metheny

Metheny reached the peak of Jazz Everest a long time ago, but this new record is particularly nice. Lots of great orchestration and intricacy. Plus Lyle Mays is dead so adds an extra layer of melancholy for me.
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^ I'm listening to this Nucleus album atm, a little late but that's my fault for missing this exchange from two years ago:-

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That's a cool recommendation. Did you ever get into the British band Nucleus? Btw, anyone who hasn't heard Tony Williams Lifetime's Emergency! should check it out.
Verdict on Nucleus' Roots, at first full listen: mainly nice smooth fusion, with two tracks that particularly caught my attention:-

rocking track Odokamona has some little weird sampling add-ons
the mood really slumps with a female vocalist on second track, Images. She sings in that dated, sultry style (James Bond movie meets Bossa Nova) about "making daisy chains in country lanes."

Overall, the musicians do a great job of keeping things afloat and interesting. Should've had the discipline to ditch the vocalist though.
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