Organist Eddy Louiss and pianist Michel Petrucciani perform a set of boppish duets on this intriguing and successful effort. Louiss and Petrucciani (who brought in "I Wrote You a Song" and "Simply Bop") contributed two songs apiece and co-wrote "Jean-Philippe Herbien." In addition, they perform "All the Things You Are," "So What," and "These Foolish Things." The blend between Louiss' organ and Petrucciani's piano is quite attractive, and they work together quite well, leaving enough space for their individual personalities to emerge yet forming a highly appealing ensemble sound.
The two instruments (Piano and Hammon organ) - though unusual, go very well together. The artists play together and make room for each others performances as if they have known each other forever. Louiss' organ creates at smooth and warm athmosphere and Petrucciani plays with a sparkling enthuiasm seldom heard. His energy, drive and variations of the themes makes it impossible not to stamp your foot, nod your head and smile.
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The long-term success and evolution of many companies balances on the effectiveness and versatility of their software architecture and the teams that design, implement, and deploy it. To continue to find success and evolution within your own role you must at some point become as skilled in the breadth of what software architecture solutions can include as you are in the depths of programming knowledge that you already have. The more involved you are with software architecture—and even if you don't carry the title of architect you can bet you are involved—the more technical breadth becomes critical. You must understand tradeoffs, technology options, and engineering best practices, plus have the leadership chops to execute your vision.
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Security 2016 Amsterdam was O’Reilly Media’s first ever security conference in Europe. It gathered more than 65 of the top IT security experts from Europe, Silicon Valley, and the rest of the world to offer practical guidance on fending off the malware, spear-phishers, and DDoS attacks plaguing websites and the IoT everywhere. Containing specialized content on Euro-centric concerns like GDPR compliance, this video compilation offers a complete recording of every 40-minute session, 3.5-hour tutorial, and keynote delivered at the conference.
Dave Holland's debut as a leader, Conference of the Birds, doesn't seem to get its proper due outside of avant-garde circles; perhaps, when discussing the greats, Holland's name simply doesn't spring to mind as immediately. Whatever the case, Conference of the Birds is one of the all-time avant-garde jazz classics, incorporating a wide spectrum of '60s innovations. Part of the reason it works so well is the one-time-only team-up of two avant-garde legends: the fiery, passionate Sam Rivers and the cerebral Anthony Braxton; they complement and contrast one another in energizing fashion throughout.