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Josh Ginsburg: Intent

Read "Josh Ginsburg: Intent" reviewed by George Colligan

[ Editor's Note: The following interview is reprinted from George Colligan's blog, Jazztruth] I've been playing with bassist Josh Ginsburg off and on for about a decade. I always liked his healthy, muscular sound on the upright double bass, and his approach to soloing stuck me as virtuosic without sacrificing the bottom of the instrument. He's appeared on three of my recordings, including the soon to be released trio CD on the Steeplechase label. He's busy as a ...

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Josh Ginsburg at An Die Musik in Baltimore

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Josh Ginsburg An Die Musik Baltimore, Maryland January 14, 2012 Josh Ginsburg celebrated the release of his new CD, Zembla Variations (Brooklyn Jazz Underground, 2012), with two special performances, one at the Jazz Gallery in New York on January 12 and the other two days later at An Die Musik, a cozy, loft-like venue in Baltimore. Zembla Variations marks Ginsburg's debut as a leader, after having been an especially active jazz bassist in the New ...


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