Last time perhaps: I had some great times doing a few jams with a couple of great lady musicians late December and early January. We all learned quite a bit from each other, I know I did. It doesn't matter how long you've been playing or how seasoned of a player you are, if you just take the time out to listen closely and ask questions, anyone can learn more. I think the problem is that we're too wrapped up in our own music and too egotistical to want to learn from another. We tend to think that we know it all when in fact we don't really know jack squat.
One of the guys in the band's philosophy is, and I won...
Acid Jazz magazine: Acid Jazz magazine
interview for November issue.Silvia Turrin.
Translated from; Italian to English
Nu metropolitan Jazz
Reaching to the electronics, the city sonorous cacophonies and the immense patrimony soul-jazz of Detroit, the composer and polistrumentista American return with a third album loaded with rhythms experience them. Light and cerebral music that opens new horizons.
Electronic pulsations, city distortion of radio waves natched in the ether, rhythms and then a sweeping avalanche and being involved of atmospheres nu jazz. This, shortly, the musical world mo...