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Bobby Watson, Clifford Lamb & Dennis Mitcheltree

Read "Bobby Watson, Clifford Lamb & Dennis Mitcheltree" reviewed by Joe Dimino


The 773rd Episode begins with Los Angeles-based saxophonist Dennis Mitcheltree with a song off his latest album Golden Rule. We also hear from some other veterans including Don Sickler, Marshall Gilkes, Clifford Lamb and Kansas City legend Bobby Watson. Speaking of Kansas City, we present a track from up-and-coming pianist Brant Jester. Finally, we say thank you and good-bye to Pharoah Sanders. Keep on digging the jazz, my friends.Playlist Dennis Mitcheltree “Waltz for Tai" Golden Rule (254 Records) ...

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Album Review

Dennis Mitcheltree: Brooklyn

Read "Brooklyn" reviewed by Jim Santella


This, Mitcheltree's third release as a leader, shows the tenor saxophonist in fine form with a voice of his own. After graduation from the Berklee School of Music in Boston ten years ago and studying with Joe Lovano, Billy Pierce, and Ralph Lalama, Mitcheltree has grown, of course, but his first influence from listening to John Coltrane recordings still shines through. Based in Brooklyn and performing regularly in the downtown club scene, Mitcheltree's sphere of exposure seems to be due ...


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