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The Twenty 20s: Uh! Oh!

Read "Uh! Oh!" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Are these people nuts? That could be the question when the title tune to the The Twenty 20's Uh! Oh! begins to spin. It sounds like surf guitar legend Dick Dale found a cheeky--but really good--girl singer influenced by Alvin and the Chipmunks, then recruited Phil Spector to produce--on a lower budget than the famed producer ...

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Dave Glaser/Clark Terry/Barry Harris: Uh! Oh!

Read "Uh! Oh!" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Alto saxophonist Dave Glasser brings together members of the jazz aristocracy for more than 60 minutes of fanciful and engaging playing. Glasser has been a regular member of the Clark Terry Quintet and has worked with George Benson, the Count Basie Orch. and Monty Alexander. Showing a good deal of flexibility with his alto, Glasser can ...

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David Glasser/Clark Terry/Barry Harris Project: Uh! Oh!

Read "Uh! Oh!" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Uh! Oh! joins Wycliffe Gordon's Slidin' Home (N-H 2001) and Byron Stripling's StriplingNow! as the third in the Nagel-Heyer 2000 series of contemporary mainstream jazz. Known principally for documenting the traditional mainstream of Louis Armstrong, the Hamburg-based Nagel-Heyer spreads its considerable wings with this series. Uh! Oh! is the most fully realized contemporary offering to date ...