Burning Live At Jazz Ao Centro

by Rodrigo Amado Motion Trio & Jeb Bishop

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After years collaborating with many leading international improvisers like Taylor Ho Bynum, John Hébert, Gerald Cleaver, Paal Nilssen-Love, Kent Kessler or Dennis Gonzalez, saxophonist Rodrigo Amado decided it was time to form a true working band, assembling his Motion Trio with musicians Miguel Mira and Gabriel Ferrandini. Their first release (Motion Trio, European Echoes, 2009) was considered a breakthrough for portuguese jazz, receiving enthusiastic reactions by critics worldwide.

Playing extensively in clubs and jazz festivals all over the country, Motion Trio gained a reputation for vibrant live sets, being considered today one of the most important units in Portuguese jazz. “Burning Live at Jazz ao Centro” captures one of those moments and documents the trio’s first meeting with trombone great Jeb Bishop.

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released January 1, 2012

Rodrigo Amado – tenor saxophone
Jeb Bishop – trombone
Miguel Mira – cello
Gabriel Ferrandini - drums

All compositions by Amado / Bishop / Mira / Ferrandini

Recorded live at Jazz ao Centro Festival, Coimbra, May 28th 2011 by João Miranda / Mixed and mastered by Rodrigo
Amado and Joaquim Monte at Namouche Studios, Lisbon / Cover and back cover photos by Antonio Julio Duarte / Inlay
photo by Nuno Martins / Produced by Rodrigo Amado / Executive production by Jacc / Design by Rui Garrido

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Rodrigo Amado Lisbon, Portugal

Recently voted as #1 Tenor Saxophonist on El Intruso International Critics Poll, as stated by a poll of 50 critics and writers from 18 countries, Rodrigo Amado frequently tours Europe and North America with his own groups. Stuart Broomer wrote: "Amado is an emerging master of a great tradition, more apparent with each new recording or performance." ... more

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