miércoles, 1 de febrero de 2017

CONCERTOS PORTA-JAZZ: Sábado, 4 fev. - The Rite Of Trio


Sala Porta-Jazz 
Sábado, 4 fevereiro - 19:00

André Silva - guitarra
Filipe Louro - contrabaixo
Pedro Alves - bateria

The Rite Of Trio são uma formação jovem e promissora no panorama musical nacional, tendo sido reconhecidos como um dos projetos revelação desde o lançamento do seu álbum de estreia GETTING ALL THE EVIL OF THE PISTON COLLAR! (Carimbo Porta-Jazz,  dezembro 2015). 

Foram apontados pela TimeOut como promessa para 2017, e reconhecidos internacionalmente pelo All About Jazz e A Jazz Noise como protagonistas de um dos melhores álbuns de 2016. Os argumentos são muitos para conhecerem ou revisitarem o trabalho deste grande trio de jovens músicos.


Na próxima semana....
Sábado, 11 fevereiro - 19:00
PEDRO NEVES TRIO
Pedro Neves - piano
Miguel Ângelo - contrabaixo
Leandro Leonet - bateria


A nova parceria da Porta-Jazz com o +Jazz vai levar ao Museu de Angra do Heroísmo seis concertos de bandas com Carimbo Porta-Jazz, duas jam sessions e oficinas com apresentação no final; tudo isto em três dias consecutivos.

Vai ser um fim-de-semana repleto de propostas originais, muita música e convívio, por isso juntem-se a nós na ilha Terceira!

PRÓXIMOS LANÇAMENTOS CARIMBO PORTA-JAZZ
Auditório da FEUP
- entrada livre - 

2 março, 21:30
MAP - "Guerra e Paz"
Paulo Gomes - piano
Miguel Moreira - guitarra
Miguel Ângelo - contrabaixo
Acácio Salero - bateria

27 março, 21:30 
Rui Filipe Freitas Sexteto - "Axis Mundi"
Rui Filipe Freitas - vibrafone
José Pedro Coelho - saxofone tenor e clarinete-baixo  
João Mortágua - saxofone alto e saxofone soprano
Mané Fernandes - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
João Martins - bateria

18 abril, 21:30
The Nada
João Guimarães - saxofone
Eurico Costa - guitarra
Simon Jermyn - baixo
José Marrucho - bateria


CICLO JAZZ DE SANTO TIRSO
Centro Cultural de Vila das Aves

25 fevereiro, 21:30 - João Paulo Rosado | Sinopse
João Paulo Rosado - contrabaixo / baixo eléctrico
João Guimarães - saxofone alto
AP - guitarra
Hugo Raro - piano
António Torres Pinto - bateria

1 abril, 21:30 - Renato Dias Trio
Renato Dias - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
Filipe Monteiro - bateria

16 junho, 21:30 - AP Quarteto
AP - guitarra
Carlos Azevedo - piano
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
Acácio Salero - bateria

1 julho, 21:30 - Rui Filipe Freitas Sexteto
Rui Filipe Freitas - vibrafone
José Pedro Coelho - saxofone tenor e clarinete-baixo  
João Mortágua - saxofone alto e saxofone soprano
Mané Fernandes - guitarra
Filipe Teixeira - contrabaixo
João Martins - bateria

Miles Davis Quintet - Freedom Jazz Dance (The Bootleg Series Vol. 5) SONY MUSIC 2016 (3 CD)



A 3CD box set collection chronicling Miles’ musical evolution in the studio from 1966-1968 working with his “second great quintet,” the latest edition in Columbia/Legacy’s acclaimed Miles Davis Bootleg Series provides an unprecedented look into the artist’s creative process, drawing on full session reels including all rehearsals, partial and alternate takes, extensive and fascinating studio conversation and more.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Miles Smiles, the groundbreaking second studio album from the Miles Davis Quintet–Miles Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums)–this definitive new collection includes the master takes of performances which would appear on the Miles Smiles (1967), Nefertiti (1968) and Water Babies (recorded 1967, released 1976) albums alongside more than two hours worth of previously unreleased studio recordings from original sessions produced by Teo Macero (with the exception of “Fall,” produced by Howard A. Roberts).

“Circle,” “Orbits,” “Dolores” and “Freedom Jazz Dance” were recorded at the historic Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City on October 24, 1966. “Gingerbread Boy” and “Footprints” were recorded at the same location the following day, October 25, 1966. Full session reels – every second of music and dialogue – that were taped for the Miles Smiles album are included. Prior to this the only material ever released from the classic album were the master takes for the six songs. Never before have the full session reels for an entire Miles Columbia album been released, here providing an in-depth look at the studio process of one of jazz’s greatest bandleaders, and arguably the greatest small jazz group ever.

“Masqualero”, heard on the set in a previously unreleased alternate take, was recorded at Columbia 30th Street Studio on May 17, 1967. “Water Babies” and “Nefertiti” were recorded there on June 7, 1967. “Fall” was cut at the Columbia studio on July 19, 1967. Complete session reels for “Water Babies”, “Nefertiti” and “Fall” are included in the box.

“Country Son”, heard in a unique previously unreleased rhythm section only rehearsal, was recorded at Columbia Studio B in New York City on May 15, 1968.


Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol 5 box set was produced for contemporary release by the multi Grammy Award winning team of Steve Berkowitz, Michael Cuscuna and Richard Seidel. The album was mixed from the original 4-track tapes and mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Mark Wilder, Battery Studios, New York City, July 2016.

In addition to more than two hours of previously unreleased studio sessions, the collection includes “Blues in F (My Ding),” a rare and unique home recording featuring Miles, demonstrating on piano a new blues he was working on to Wayne Shorter.

Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol 5 includes revelatory behind-the-scenes liner notes penned by Grammy Award-winning Ashley Kahn, author of Kind of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece, as well as new interviews with Quintet members Ron Carter and Wayne Shorter.

Sourced from original four-track analog session reels and master tapes transferred and mixed in high resolution at 24-bit/192 kHz, Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol 5 offers a profound and intimate look at Miles’ creative process in the studio, providing insight into the bold new musical directions Davis and members of his quintet would take as the 1960s drew to a close.



Disc 1

Freedom Jazz Dance (Session Reel)
Freedom Jazz Dance (Master Take)
Circle (Session Reel)
Circle (Take 5)
Circle (Take 6)
Dolores (Session Reel)
Dolores (Master Take)

Disc 2

Orbits (Session Reel)
Orbits (Master Take)
Footprints (Session Reel)
Footprints (Master Take)
Gingerbread Boy (Session Reel)
Gingerbread Boy (Master Take)
Nefertiti (Session Reel)
Nefertiti (Master Take)

Disc 3

Fall (Session Reel)
Fall (Master Take)
Water Babies (Session Reel)
Water Babies (Master Take)
Masqualero (Alt. Take 3)
Country Son (Trio Rehearsal)
Blues in F (My Ding)
Play Us Your Eight (Miles Speaks)

Wayne Shorter, tenor saxophone
Herbie Hancock, piano
Ron Carter, bass
Tony Williams, drums



Miles Davis Quintet - Freedom Jazz Dance (The Bootleg Series Vol. 5) SONY MUSIC 2016 (3 CD)


Disc 2

Orbits (Session Reel)
Orbits (Master Take)
Footprints (Session Reel)
Footprints (Master Take)
Gingerbread Boy (Session Reel)
Gingerbread Boy (Master Take)
Nefertiti (Session Reel)
Nefertiti (Master Take)


Miles Davis Quintet - Freedom Jazz Dance (The Bootleg Series Vol. 5) SONY MUSIC 2016 (3 CD)


Disc 3

Fall (Session Reel)
Fall (Master Take)
Water Babies (Session Reel)
Water Babies (Master Take)
Masqualero (Alt. Take 3)
Country Son (Trio Rehearsal)
Blues in F (My Ding)
Play Us Your Eight (Miles Speaks)


Danil Zverkhanovsky Quintet - In Pieces (2017)


Released January 31, 2017 

Recorded and mixed by Kurt Rosenwinkel, this album's material resembles the form of a play. The recording took place on July 16th 2014 in Berlin. 

It features musicians all of whom attended the Jazz Institute Berlin at the time. The music written by Danil Zverkhanovsky was developed by this group during the course of one semester.

The title refers to the state of an individual affected by media, politics and social change; this work aims at bringing the pieces back together.


1. In Pieces, Act I 15:29
2. In Pieces, Act II 06:42
3. In Pieces, Act III 10:35
4. In Pieces, Act IV 10:22
5. In Pieces, Act V 07:03

Danil Zverkhanovsky - guitar & composition
Dima Bondarev - trumpet
Yuriy Seredin - piano
Ilya Alabuzhev - bass
Quentin Cholet - drums

Kurt Rosenwinkel - production & mixing


Playlist for Tom Ossana – The Thin Edge – February 1, 2017 MST 7:00 to 9:00p.m.


http://www.kzmu.org/listen.m3u ~ Use this link to access the show online.