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Aldevis Tibaldi Quartet

Sets 1, 2 & 3 Live at Hampton Court House Free

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" Aldevis Tibaldi's London Ensemble delivers beautiful music that stirs the emotions of listeners with all tastes. Although the genre is jazz, the tunes are accessible, unpretentious and exude charm, passion and many a delicious groove.  With the exception of a few choice covers, this dynamic set is all original material, written and composed by Aldevis.  At times driving and powerful, at times delicate and lyrical, the sextet performs with superb unity for the song. Whether you love jazz or you’re simply not sure, this group is a must hear! "

We're proud and delighted to introduce our new release..TwentySix Three by the Aldevis Tibaldi London Jazz Ensemble, available on digital download, LP and CD. 


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Review Round-up, words on the Aldevis Tibaldi album TwentySix Three

THE COOL VERVE of Twentysix Three – a new sextet release from Italian saxophonist, composer and arranger Aldevis Tibaldi – is defined by a live studio spontaneity which harks back to classic recordings of the ’50s and ’60s. Each of these twelve tracks (mostly originals, plus a clutch of arrangements) was captured in a single take on analogue equipment, bringing distinctive warmth and immediacy to this full and vibrant session. [...] Twentysix Three is pretty ‘unputdownable’, both in terms of its solid reference to tradition and the consistent joie de...

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CD Review: Aldevis Tibaldi London Jazz Ensemble - twentysix three John Eacott (tpt/flug); Aldevis Tibaldi (ten/sop); Paul Taylor (tmb); Liam Dunachie (pno); Richard Sadler (bs); Chris Gale (dms). (Review by Lance) Becoming more and more disillusioned by what is passed off as jazz these days a disc such as this gives me hope for the future.  Imagine Mingus*, Monk** and Ellington***, composing and arranging today and you get an inkling of where this is at. Indeed, the three composers mentioned actually provide the only non-original compositions on the album, the rest...

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