User Details - ravnspore


Name:
  Jorn Ravn
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  Age: 40
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  Singapore
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  Copland 501 Valve Power Amp
Marantz 7300 AV Amp
Marantz 8260 SACD player
Pioneer 733A SACD/DVD-A player
Monitor Audio Studio 20SE main speakers
Monitor Audio Studio 12 rear
Monitor Audio Subwoofer and Centre speakers
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Michel Camilo: Triangulo          (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
  May 22, 2003

An interesting mix of latin and jazz, in that order. Camilo is a master on the piano and Anthony Jackson fantastic on the bass. Horacio Hernandez has got "4" arms on drums and percussion. So technically as masterful performance, but sitting through the whole (SA) CD can be a little bit boring as ... more
  May 22, 2003

With a huge assembly of star performers like Marcus Miller, Dennis Chambers, Jay Beckenstein etc., the performances are top-notch, but the overall production borders on "smooth", although some of Weather Reports' catalogue is quiet catchy in a "pop" kind of way and therefore lends itself to a ... more
Toto: Hydra      (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
  May 22, 2003

An improvement over the CD, but only marginally! The follow up to TOTO's monster debut album, this is one of the more "special" TOTO albums, more progressive, less pop. It spawned one of TOTO's best hits , "99", a true TOTO classic. Recorded in the early 80's this is one of those 80's albums that ... more
Ray Brown, Monty Alexander, Russell Malone          (1 of 1 found this review helpful)
  May 22, 2003

Ray Brown recorded this just before his death at 82 years. It is amazing to hear a 82 year old playing the upright bass as if he was born yesterday!. Overall a pretty amazing performance from these 3 and the 2 "younger" ones have to play "hard" to keep up with Mr. Brown, but they deliver ... more
Natalie Cole: Ask a Woman Who Knows        (2 of 3 found this review helpful)
  May 22, 2003

Nice enough, but I wish she would make an album of swinging big band style music instead of all the "sugar-coated" ballads. Saying that Cole's chops are outstanding compared to the hord of other singers who claim to be "jazz-singers"! The reason for me wanting the more big band style is that on ... more

 
 
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