"A revised hard bop with a wide range of covers from Morricone, Golson, Shearing, Jobim and Ned Washington. This is really custom work, everyone is perfect in solos and interactivity with the others."Le Soir, 13-5-2020
Pinheiro / Ineke / Cavalli
The Pinheiro-Ineke-Cavalli trio departs from a musical relationship developed in the last five years by the historic Dutch drummer Eric Ineke, the Italian double-bass player Massimo Cavalli and Portuguese guitarist Ricardo Pinheiro. After their cd collaboration as quintet with the famous saxophonist David Liebman and pianist Mário Laginha in Is Seeing Believing? (DBCHR 75224), these three experienced musicians developed a studio trio conversation departing mainly from jazz standards arranged especially for this project. This trio has played several concerts in Portugal that resulted in the development of a group sound that, coming from the jazz tradition, incorporates new and creative ways of approaching jazz repertoire. The international character of this trio brings a fresh, diverse and complying sound that will certainly please jazz afficionados
A revised hard bop with a wide range of covers from Morricone, Golson, Shearing, Jobim and Ned Washington. This is really custom work, everyone is perfect in solos and interactivity with the others.
Le Soir, 13-5-2020
'Triplicity' is one of the most exceptional guitar productions that have appeared in jazz in recent years.
It is precisely this trio format that offers drummer Eirc Ineke many opportunities to demonstrate the subtleties in his play.
Jazz Bulletin, 01-12-2018
The Portuguese guitarist Ricardo Pinheiro gets inspiration from many sources, even Ennio Morricone. But it’s the way Pinheiro and his mates Massimo Cavalli and Eric Ineke treat standards that makes Triplicity remarkable.
Flophouse Magazine, 24-10-2018