sexta-feira, 20 de março de 2009
• Alexandre Desplat - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
• Antonio Sanchez - Migration
• Raphael Rabello - Todos os Tons
• Mike Moreno - Third Wish
• Me'shell NdegeOcello - Confort Woman
• Michael Brecker - Pilgrimage
• Ivan Lins - Saudades de Casa
• Muiza Adnet - As canções de Moacir Santos
• The Neil Cowley Trio - Displaced (Bug)
• Pierre Boulez: Cleveland Orchestra - Debussy: La Mer, Nocturnes
These days I've been listening to some cool diferent things. One of the things that grabbed my attention was The Curious Case of Benjamin Button's beautiful soundtrack, by Alexandre Desplat. Mike Moreno (New York) happens to be a great composer, besides a wonderful guitar player.
Antonio Sanchez ( from Mexico) is one of my favorite drummers nowadays... his sound, musicality and fluency is just phenomenal.
Raphael is such a beautiful, spetacular guitarist... one of my all time favorites...
Me'shell has this deep groove coming out so naturally, it's so easy to start stepping the foot and want to dance listening to her. Michael Brecker's Pilgrimage is, for me, nothing less than one of the most impressive jazz masterpieces created in a long time. Talking about a pretty song, I just love to listen to Formigueiro, an old song written by Ivan Lins.
The Neil Cowley Trio can bring some interesting textures, it's kinda 'New York oriented', even though you can tell from the very first listening they're from London, by the way they play.
I've been listening to the noturnos and La Mer, by Debussy, since as I can remember, and I like very much this recording by the Cleveland Orchestra. So much music... so little time...