Resonance Records News
Wednesday January 7, 2009
Claudio Roditi: Press Release
In a unique two-day venture, trumpet/flugelhorn player Claudio Roditi has created "Brazilliance x 4", a stunning tribute album to the land he loves, celebrating with colleagues that he's known and worked with for many years, all of them fellow Brazil... Read more...
Friday October 31, 2008
Bill Cunliffe: Review by AllAboutJazz.com
Almost 50 years since its original release, "The Blues And The Abstract Truth" provides pianist/arranger Bill Cunliffe an excellent vehicle for a 21st century consideration. "The Blues And The Abstract Truth, Take 2" is that reconsideration. Cunliffe... Read more...
Tuesday October 21, 2008
Toninho Horta: Review by Audiophile Audition
I happen to think Brazilian music of every sort is the most exciting of any nationality on earth. Of course there are the classical composers, led by Villa-Lobos, but I'm talking about the popular side, whether it be samba, bossa nova, Brazilian jazz... Read more...
Thursday October 9, 2008
Toninho Horta: NPR Music: Bossa Nova Still Sexy At 50
An export of Brazil, Bossa Nova is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Musician and Day to Day contributor David Was says it's still going strong, and he reviews a new album by Bossa Nova great Toninho Horta, called "To Jobim With Love."... Read more...
Thursday September 4, 2008
Andreas Oberg: Review by Jazz.com
At age 29, Stockholm's Royal Music Academy alumnus Andreas Oberg has advanced to the fore of the burgeoning avant-garde European jazz scene for good reason: the cat is a monster. Those familiar with this young Swedish guitarist's aggressive virtuosit... Read more...