Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Joe Lovano, Gonzalo Rubalcaba|
Genres: World Music, Jazz, Pop
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A note to reviews on 'Out' jazz.
Eric Perry | 04/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In looking at the other review for this album, I think it's a poor qualification to talk about an album if you are specifically 'against' or have a predisposition to disliking this style of music.
Just in the fact that you don't like the music inclines you to be unqualitfied to talk about it, seeing as you don't listen to the music in the same way you would listen to something you find fantastic.
Believing that free jazz is not music and then reviewing it is about as convincing as reading a review of TuPac's All Eyez On Me written by Brooks and Dunn.
Aside from that, this album is rich and complex in its musicality. Lovano as much as ever plays with great care to his ideas, with intense honesty, and an ever listening ear towards Rubalcaba's playing.
For those who can appreciate all the musical nuances of phrasing, a wide variety of emotion in playing, and can get past having to latch on to tonalities(Actually the title track is a Blues in B for those of you looking for new ideas over old blues), this album provides a wealth of musical communications between these two solid players."
Edge music that works
Diane E. Declue | 03/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"the reviews speak for themselves - this is real heady music
Entertainment Weekly (1/16/98, p.71) - "...Well-chosen jazz standards and edgy originals are give searching interpretations that bristle with pungent and, at times, open-ended improvisation." - Rating: B+ Down Beat (3/98, p.63) - 4 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "...the pair are limitless in their inspiration. The authority of their action is so natural, it presents itself as nonchalance....Rubalcaba and Lovano have cut a duet for the ages..."