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"The Sun Stood Still (German Review)"

Nach Walk The Walk ist The Sun Stood Still bereits die zweite Veröffentlichung, bei der das Schlagzeug-Ausnahmetalent Tito Pascoal auf dem Drum-Hocker sitzt. Und auch auf dem neuen Album – diesmal mit vier Songs von Vater und Keyboarder Tim Pascoal - macht der immer noch Jugendliche Musiker ein mehr als professionelle Figur. Nicht umsonst konnten Vater und Sohn einige hochkarätige Mitmusiker wie Bob Mintzer (Saxohphone) oder Tom Kennedy (Bass) gewinnen.

Es beginnt mit einem orientalisch angehauchten Song nur mit Keyboards, Bass und Schlagzeug. “Orienbuzz“ lebt vom Groove, den die Rhythmussektion vorlegt. Abwechslungsreich und spannend inszeniert. Darüber gibt es chromatisch orientalische Harmonien und Tonfolgen, die an einen Basar denken lassen. Gleich zu Beginn ein Höhepunkt. Song Nummer zwei heißt “Isabella“ und bietet perlendes Klavierspiel von Russel Ferrante. Fast schon im Bar-Piano Stil wird hier klassisch swingender Jazz geboten. Danach folgt mit dem Titelstück ein Fusion-Song mit herausragendem Saxophon und feiner Gitarre von Gustavo Assis-Brasil, teilweise gedoppelt vom Keyboard. Technisch hervorragend gespielt aber vielleicht etwas zu unterkühlt gestaltet. Das ändert sich dann wieder beim vierten und - leider schon - letzten Song “The Land Of Honey & Milk“. Hier besitzt der Fusion-Sound eine schöne Lebendigkeit, von der alle beteiligen Musiker, allen voran Tito Pascoal und Bob Mintzer, angesteckt werden.

Ein Fortschritt ist The Sun Stood Still im Vergleich zum Vorgänger, denn die Produktion ist deutlich lebendiger und - mit einer Ausnahme - weniger klinisch ausgefallen. The Sun Stood Still bietet vier klasse Songs aus der Feder von Tim Pascoal, die Spaß machen. Gelungen! - Andruschkewitsch, Ingo


"TITO PASCOAL CD RELEASE"

In the Internet age, the term "musical prodigy" gets thrown around a bit loosely — a recent Google search turned up nearly 1.4 million references. But just what are the qualifications? If being a headliner at the age of 12 counts for anything, then percussionist Tito Pascoal of St. Peters certainly makes the grade. Under the tutelage of his dad, keyboard player and composer Tim Pascoal, Tito started playing drums at age 6 — and recently released his debut CD, "Walk the Walk." It features an impressive array of musicians, including Dave Weckl, Tom Kennedy and Bob Mintzer. For his Finale debut Saturday, Tito will be joined by his father plus Tim Cunningham, Bill Elrod and Phil Burton. " - St Louis Post Dispatch


"Tito Pascoal de 12 anos grava CD de Jazz"

Tito Pascoal de 12 anos grava CD de Jazz
Sexta-Feira, 27 Abril de 2007

Embora aprecie vários estilos de música, Tito Pascoal tem preferência pelo jazz, fusion e funk mas é no jazz que tem podido mostrar as suas capacidades de baterista através de espectáculos e recentemente com o lançamento do seu primeiro cd "Walk the walk" onde é acompanhado por músicos de renome desta vertente musical.
Nascido em Portugal, em 1994, Tito Pascoal parte para Boston, com quatro anos de idade, na companhia dos pais, Tim e Cristina Pascoal.. Fascinado pela bateria, recebe uma de presente no seu aniversário e com seis anos começa a tocar este instrumento. Com uma família de músicos Tito teve e continua a ter, sempre, todo o apoio neste campo. É um estudioso da matéria mas não deixa de ser uma criança que tem tempo para tudo porque apesar de superdotado não deixa de fazer uma vida normal para a sua idade.
Hoje, com residência em Saint Louis, no Missouri, nos Estados Unidos da América, a mãe, a Chris, para além de se ocupar do booking (marcação) dos espectáculos ainda se ocupa da educação dos dois filhos. O Tito e a Raquel, a voz, que também, juntamente com o pai, Tim, o pianista, integra o grupo de jazz que o pequeno Tito comanda.
Este jovem talento que acaba de apresentar o seu novo cd "Walk the walk", em Portugal, não tem mãos a medir. Com uma agenda muito preenchida nesta sua estadia em Portugal, compareceu a vários show cases (apresentações de obra com demonstração) nas diversas lojas da fnac espalhadas pelo nosso país, onde foi possível vê-lo a actuar e ainda fez parte de um elenco de luxo, do mundo do jazz português, num espectáculo que teve lugar no Auditório Municipal de Gaia, no passado dia 31 de Março. Considerado como a maior revelação do mundo da bateria, Tito Pascoal lidera, aos doze anos de idade um quinteto de jazz que inclui alguns dos monstros desta modalidade musical nos Estados Unidos da América: Dave Weckl, Tom Kenedy and Bob Mintzer. Para Lisboa, a sua actuação foi, no passado dia cinco de Abril, no Speak Easy, uma casa da especialidade, conceituada pela qualidade das bandas de jazz que normalmente aí actuam. "Walk the Walk", uma obra da música jazz a não perder. - Mundo Português


"Band Video"

Tito Pascoal est un batteur portugais d'une maturité extraordinaire malgré ses 16 ans. Il a collaboré avec Tom Kennedy, Bob Mintzer, Dave Weckl entre autres célébrités. Respect... Il sera accompagné de Rafael Paseiro à la basse et de Tim Pascoal au piano. Le répertoire est haut en couleurs, passant du jazz au R&B, des musiques latines aux africaines. Tito Pascoal : Batterie, Tim Pascoal : Piano, Rafael Paseiro : Basse - La Note Bleue


"Tito Interview Summer 2010"

Frederica Randriarnome - Riviera Jazz Club


Discography

Walk The Walk

Walk the Walk
By: Tim Pascoal
Tim Pascoal - piano & keyboards
Tito Pascoal - drums
Tom Kennedy - acoustic bass
Bob Mintzer - tenor saxophone

The Sun Stood Still

OrienBuzz
By: Tim Pascoal
Tim Pascoal - piano & keyboards
Tito Pascoal - drums
Evan Marien-bass

Isabella
By: Tim Pascoal
Tim Pascoal - keyboards
Tito Pascoal - drums
Russel Ferrante-piano
Tom Kennedy-bass

Band Videos

http://youtu.be/q7Q7sdnXoNg

http://youtu.be/QKDkUQYH4Bg

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Bio

Tim Pascoal-

Received classical training at the Lisbon Conservatory of Music in Portugal at a very early age but then switched his interest towards Jazz in his teen years. He started to grow more of an appreciation for Jazz which eventually earned a scholarship at the Berklee College of Music in Boston USA . After graduating from Berklee College of Music Tim established his residency in the US where he lives with his family, he continues a steady schedule of freelance work as performer, producer and arranger.

Tito Pascoal-

Started performing at a very young age. Known to be proficient in numerous styles, Tito loves to play Jazz, Fusion and Funk. Tito began public performances at the young age of seven. Tito's first recorded CD project "Walk the Walk" was released while Tito was twelve years old in December 2007 along with special senior guests, Bob Mintzer, Tom Kennedy, Dave Weckl.

Yannick Soccal-

Born on 10.09.1975 in Monaco, he studied the saxophone at the Conservatory of Nice and Monaco at the conservatory. He continued his training with an internship with Lee Konitz and Eddie Henderson, and participates in a festival in North Carolina where he
played with trombonist Curtis Fuller. He made several concerts with the Magma Group and recorded the soundtrack of a documentary on Wayne Shorter for the channel Arte, played in the group of French drummer
Loic Pontieux and participated in the album, with many international artists in French TV shows.

Tony Sgro-

Born in Nice, french Riviera in 25/10/1976 , Antonio “Tony” Sgro began to play electrical bass at the age of 16 years old. He studied e-Bass and accoustic bass at the “Conservatoire Supérieur de Région de Nice” (french academy of music & art) for 6 years within the class of Christian Pachiaudi and Jean-Paul Ceccarelli, where he obtained his master graduation.
“Tony” is one the most requested musicians in southern france. He plays in many different ensembles. His music has been influenced by many styles (jazz, funk, salsa, ...)
He also is currently playing with the Caligagan band.