Forgve these long delays. Lets just say that the Internet in China is an adventure. Thanks to Funked Up East for this little diamond.
¡Sabor! I didn’t expect something so salsa-ish to ever come from Hungary, but Barrio Latino Hungría does a stellar job in updating the Latin Jazz sound quite nicely.
Trumpet player Dusko Goykovich released one of the finest jazz albums to ever come out of the Balkans in 1967. Swinging stuff.
A magnificent podcast out of Estonia, this current session by Funked Up East features smooth, sultry Czech and Slovak Jazz.
Czechoslovak Radio Jazz Orchestra – Passacaglia
Karel Velebný – Ztráta Nalezeného Syna
SHQ – Epitaph for George Dillon
Jiøí Mráz – Danyáda
Karel Krautgartner – 31° ve stínu
Rudolf Dasek – Rambles
Václav Zahradník Big Band – Jazz Goes To Beat I
SHQ – Lori
Jazz Cellula – Zmoklá Voda
Jazz Ze Studio A – Ogarské Hry
Gustav Brom – If Only
P I N T O T O N I C S n + 1 edition January 8 2018
20:00 doors open
20:30 start 1st set
23:00 end of event
Entrance 10 + 7 (students/cjp)
SET 1 > SOLO
SET 1 > ENSEMBLE
Mirko Montaldi Ensemble &
the ‘Erik Satie/’Vexations’ project
We hope to welcome you!
Solo set by Maarten Ornstein/bass clarinet
Ensemble set by Blue Lines Trio & Ada Rave
Ada Rave/ tenor sax, clarinet
Michiel Scheen/piano, compositions
Raoul van der Weide/contrabass, compositions
Solo set by Ab Baars/shakuhachi, tenor sax, clarinet + solo cd presentation
Ensemble set by Janssen & Janssen
Guus Janssen/piano, compositions
What a magnificent find! Salah Ragab is the father of Egyptian Jazz. He produces a sound that blends the best elements of the venerable genre, as well as bits of Latin, soundtrack, and even cha-cha-cha in his concoction.