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Embedding The Unseen Scenes

Now this is a record I’ve been waiting to hear for some time now –  the new, second album by Greek pianist Tania Giannouli. I first stumbled upon her music in a video art exhibition in Tel Aviv, where it was used in one … Continue reading

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On Missouri Skies and The Art Of Storytelling

So it happened, I’m writing again about a ‘jazz guitar’ album. Twice a week? Am I looking at a new musical path? Well, no. I do, however, looking for lyricists, people whose melodic phrases, emotions and sensitivity are outstanding. Or in short, … Continue reading

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Martin Taylor – Last Train to Hauteville

I recently came across a really beautiful album by English guitarist Martin Taylor. The album, Last Train to Hautevill,  was released on 2010 and it’s one the best feel-good albums I’ve heard lately. Taylor is known for his fingerstyle guitar … Continue reading

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