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"With this CD I would like to introduce you to an exciting new artist who has transcended the difficulties inherent in those 37 bars and created a beautiful and compelling album."(Vibraphonist Joe Locke)

"Long Way Home is definitely a trip worth taking." (Kyle Simpler, All About Jazz) full review

"The airy brightness of his vibes tends to dominate the ensemble sound of this piano-less unit"

(Ken Franckling, Jazz Times magazine)

"All this study--and much work as a sideman along the way--has come together on his first CD, "Long Way Home". Stream it, buy it, listen to it, and then listen to it again." (Bruce Klauber, The Jazz Scene)

"Angelakis takes center stage with a mordant and poetic improvisation that becomes a shimmering and heady ballad.” (Hrayr Attarian, All about jazz) full review

 "A perfect" album, with a special and refined atmosphere, throughout its course, which is further distinguished by its compositional and instrumental power." (Fontas Trousas, Diskoryxeion) full review

"The feeling of the album "Long Way Home" is completely acoustic and pleasant." (Manthos Giourtzoglou, Keepjazzin) full review

“Featuring an intriguing and vibrant performance by Dimitris Angelakis, unveiling his harmonious and solo skills on the keyboard and vibraphone.”

City Portal Magazine (Hardgroove Quartet) - Full Review

"Knowing Dimitris for more than ten years gave me the opportunity to experience how a talented, focused and hard working student becomes a soulful and meaningful professional musician." (Vibraphonist Christos Rafalides)

"Under his hands, this instrument acquires a particularly melodic, delicate and iridescent sound." (

"Dimitris is one of the top vibraphone players of his generation. He's really leading the way on our instrument!" (Vibraphonist Tony Miceli)

"Besides loads of natural talent and a well-developed sense of musicality, Dimitris has a great work ethic and attitude." (Ed Saindon - Berklee College)

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