Kurt Rosenwinkel

Kurt Rosenwinkel - The Next Step (2000) {Verve 314 549 162-2}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at July 10, 2017
Kurt Rosenwinkel - The Next Step (2000) {Verve 314 549 162-2}

Kurt Rosenwinkel - The Next Step (2000) {Verve 314 549 162-2}
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© 2000 Verve / Universal Music | 314 549 162-2
Jazz / Post Bop / Straight-Ahead Jazz / Guitar

Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel takes The Next Step in his creative evolution on eight songs that exude several degrees of great jazz. He succeeds in topping the musical tastes presented on his debut release for the Verve label, The Enemies of Energy. Rosenwinkel is one of many young jazz musicians forging ahead into the new millennium with bold musical steps, and the compositions, all of which he wrote, represent the culmination of many life phases for him. First formed as a guitar-bass-drums trio in 1992, Rosenwinkel's band is now a quartet including Mark Turner on tenor saxophone, Ben Street on bass, and Jeff Ballard on drums, all excellent artists in their own right. All four musicians can be heard on The Enemies of Energy, and The Next Step is additional documentation of their relationship as a band.

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Caipi (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 5, 2017
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Caipi (2017)

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Caipi (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, artworks - 429 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 142 MB | 01:01:02
Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Fusion | Label: Sunnyside | Release Year: 2017

The most influential and strikingly original guitarist/composer of his generation makes a radical leap in his musical direction on Caipi, the debut release on his new label Heartcore Records. Ten years in the making, Caipi is easily his most personal expression to date and features Kurt Rosenwinkel playing all the instruments (drums, bass, piano, synthesizers, percussion) and showcases his vocals prominently on tunes like the hard rocking "Hold On," the ethereal "Summer Song" and the slow ballad "Ezra," named for his son. The lilting "Little B" is named for his other son Silas, who was nicknamed Little Bear as a toddler. Elements of rock and jazz co-exist happily with all the easily recognizable features of his personal style; above all, there is ample space for the evolving world of Brazilian music in its most recent guise and, in particular, the Brazilian love song. To some extent this symbolizes Rosenwinkel's natural leaning towards the creation of melodies of considerable emotional impact, a highly distinctive feature and an unavoidable element in his markedly romantic artistic vision.

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005) {Verve}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Jan. 26, 2017
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005) {Verve}

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005) {Verve}
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© 2005 Verve / Universal | B0003928-02
Jazz / Post Bop / Guitar

Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel's Deep Song is an intimately atmospheric album that finds the ever-reaching jazz musician in the company of a stellar ensemble. Rosenwinkel has always displayed the strong influences of such expansive players as Pat Metheny, John Scofield, and Pat Martino, and tracks such as the continually overlapping "The Cloister" do nothing if not reinforce such high comparative praise.
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Star Of Jupiter (2012) {Word Of Mouth Music WOM0004}

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Star Of Jupiter (2012) {Word Of Mouth Music WOM0004}
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© 2012 Word Of Mouth Music | WOM0004
Jazz / Modern Jazz / Post Bop

Since arriving on the jazz scene as a leader with 1996's East Coast Love Affair, guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel has established a unique voice and place for the guitar in jazz in the 21st century. His nine previous studio recordings have explored different facets of his fluid, yet highly individual style. Some of his earlier records – 2000's The Next Step, 2003's Heartcore, and 2009's Reflections – have revealed how expansive Rosenwinkel's reach is, whether it's exploring space, melody, creating massive grooves, or swinging right from the tradition. As fine as those records all are, it is perhaps Star of Jupiter that makes a definitive case for him as a major voice in the 21st century, as a guitarist and as a composer. Star of Jupiter features a new band, with pianist/keyboardist Aaron Parks, bassist Eric Revis, and drummer Justin Faulkner.

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Star of Jupiter 2CD (2012)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Dec. 8, 2012
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Star of Jupiter 2CD (2012)

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Star of Jupiter 2CD (2012)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 91:36 min | 208 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Wommusic

"Kurt Rosenwinkel's music is the sound of the future - just like Bebop once was" (Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune) Philadelphia-born jazz guitarist/composer Kurt Rosenwinkel first earned attention playing alongside such iconic artists as Gary Burton, Paul Motian, and Joe Henderson. Star of Jupiter marks Rosenwinkel's first quartet recording in more than a decade, following 2001's groundbreaking The Next Step. Here the National Endowment for the Arts Composer's Award-winner offers a contemporary variation on that classic ensemble work with a stellar new band that includes pianist Aaron Parks, bassist Eric Revis, and drummer Justin Faulkner.

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005)  Music

Posted by fontibre at Sept. 28, 2006
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005)

Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song (2005)
Jazz | MP3 320 Kbps | 166,92MB

Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel arrived on the scene in the early ‘90s recording with artists including Gary Burton and Paul Motian, and while those early days were spent in a kind of post-Metheny haze, by the middle of the decade a distinctive voice was emerging that was equal parts staggering arpeggio, flurry of cascading notes, and idiosyncratic lyricism. He was also evolving a uniquely ethereal tone—processed, but in a thick and velvety manner that was completely his own.

Kurt Rosenwinkel_-_East Coast Love Affair (1996)  Music

Posted by pgp33 at Aug. 15, 2007
Kurt Rosenwinkel_-_East Coast Love Affair  (1996)

Kurt Rosenwinkel - East Coast Love Affair (1996)
Genre: Jazz | MP3 @ 320 Kbps -> 60 Mb

Dave Douglas - Little Giant Still Life (2017)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Nov. 6, 2017
Dave Douglas - Little Giant Still Life (2017)

Dave Douglas - Little Giant Still Life (2017)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 307.45 Mb | 53:18 | Covers
Modern Creative, Brass Band | Country: USA | Label: Greenleaf Music (CDGRE 1058)

Little Giant Still Life is an exhilarating new album from trumpeter and composer Dave Douglas featuring five brass players and drums. Much of this music was inspired by the American painter Stuart Davis and the music explodes with the same bright colors and excitement of Davis’ works.

Human Feel - Scatter (1992) {GM Recordings}  Music

Posted by shamanicus at April 14, 2017
Human Feel - Scatter (1992) {GM Recordings}

Human Feel - Scatter (1992)
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Jazz, Contemporary Jazz | Label: GM Recordings - GM3024CD

Human Feel's sophomore album, Scatter, is filled with tremendous and passionately performed avant jazz, but its importance comes mainly from being the first widely available CD (thanks to Gunther Schuller's GM Recordings label) featuring then-newcomers Kurt Rosenwinkel (guitar), Chris Speed (tenor sax), Andrew D'Angelo (alto sax), and Jim Black (drums). The presence of bassist Joe Fitzgerald is also noteworthy for a couple of reasons: he's a highly skilled and expressive player here (as he would also prove years later in Ballin' the Jack, and he left Human Feel after this CD and was not replaced.

Seamus Blake - Stranger Things Have Happened (1999)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 19, 2016
Seamus Blake - Stranger Things Have Happened (1999)

Seamus Blake - Stranger Things Have Happened (1999)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 61:51 min | 142 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Fresh Sound Records

Seamus Blake's first disc on the Fresh Sound New Talent label is a marvelous showcase not only for the leader but also for guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, the album's other prominent solo voice. Bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jorge Rossy, together the backbone of Brad Mehldau's famous trio, lay down the ideal rhythmic universe for Blake and Rosenwinkel to flourish in. Opening with the wild, funkified double-time of "Perk," the group goes on to traverse a wide swath of territory, from the classic post-bop swing of "Happenstance" and "G.S.S." to the experimental sounds of "Token Cello" and "Of Ours."