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Stones

by Alfabeats Nu Jazz

Jazz, hip-hop, trip-hop, ambient with an eye to a new age awareness, a new alfabeatical code to decipher the nu sound.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Syeeda's Flute In Wonderland
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2. Stones
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3. Islamic Spires
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4. Red Cap & The Bad Loop
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5. L.A.P.D.
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6. Terra Nuda
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7. Reaching The Holy Land
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8. Get Coltranized
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9. Floppy Generation Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alfabeats Nu Jazz originated in the mid 90'2 under the name DMA Urban Jazz Funk. After a few CD's, videos and numerous festivals, tours and "live" performances throughout Europe and America, there was an artistic breakthrough. In 2004 with the new foundation of the band, the name changed to Alfabeats Nu Jazz with hip-hop and acoustic new age which created and unpredictable and amazing kind of urban music yet rooted in jazz and improgressive rock, wrapped with impressive lyrics. Reference is made to Coltrane, jazz, hip-hop, trip-hop, ambient with an eye to King Crimson, Traffic, Soft Machine with a new age awareness, a new alfabeatical code to decipher the nu sound. This band is of remarkable interest for the international specialized critique and press. As a result, was able to tour Europe and America with numerous features in International festivals such as the Montreal Jazz Festival in Canada, San Sebistian Jazz FEstival in Spain, Cervantino International Music Festival in Mexico, and the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival in Jamacia. In addition to these festivals, this band has performed at jazz festivals in Estonia, Venezuela, Toronto, Greece, Germany, Lithuania, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia just to mention a few.
Through the years, the band established a wide range of experiences that shows in a mature effort with their first CD "Urban Jazz Funk" which met with a favorable response from their audience and the international jazz critic and media. The "New" CD "Stones" from Alfabeats Nu Jazz has already received rave reviews since it's release October 2006.

Alfabeats Nu Jazz

Max "Mbassadò" Marzio - rap
Luca Boscagin - guitar
Roberto Magris - piano & keyboards
Paolo Andriolo - bass
Paolo Prizzon - drums

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Dorian Gilmer, Atlantic City

SAME SMOOTH FUNK BY A DIFFERENT NAME...
Bongiorno...

Diferent name, same phat funky groove...you know you'd better send me the FGB and Get Coltranized mp3s for posting on my numerous websites...
Oh and you can Google "Dorian Gilmer Smooth Jazz" to find out what I'm up to.

Ciao,
Your friend, Dorian-G
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Stephen@Jazzworldquest.com


Filtering and mixing Jazz, Rock, Hip Hop and New Age on one album requires some serious creative powers and, last but not least, good taste.The proof is this wonderful new album "Alfabeats Nu Jazz Stones", a synthesis of new and old genres, captured in a fresh, visionary orchestration that builds bridges between themes, integrates voice and instruments in a free architecture of sounds and melodies.Very interesting how the Hip Hop singer, turns into a kind of lyrical storyteller whose poetry mixes with music and rhythms in a such delicate balance of energies. There are many surprises on this album, just to mention "Reaching the Holy land" a superb mediterranean new age ballad with mystical highlights. At organ and piano, an ubiquitous Roberto Magris is at the command of the ensemble, driving, leading, improvising, highlighting in a permanent dialogue with his talented band mates.
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