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Jazz Journal UK Review March 2018

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All About Jazz says Jan Sturiale mixes “the tradition of creative jazz language with the spirit of rock music and a classical background”. There’s more than the spirit of rock here, e.g., in the 70s-style riffing that forms part of the theme of The E Song. Nothing wrong with that, but Sturiale doesn’t lay on it too long. The rock strut is only part of a pleasingly varied menu. 

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All About Jazz "Two Roads" Review

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Guitarist Jan Sturiale's silky smooth playing is a king's feast for the ears on his latest effort, Two Roads. Backed by trumpeter Audun Waage, pianist Marko Churnchetz, bassist Joe Sanders, and drummer Ziv Ravitz, Sturiale and his fellow musicians generate heat while playing with moods from one captivating track after another.

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No Depression Review

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On guitarist Jan Sturiale's new album Two Roads, every track puts the spotlight on each musical instrument, as if reminding listeners that great music is always a product of multiple artists collaborating with one other.

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