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Dave Douglas: The Infinite

Read "The Infinite" reviewed by AAJ Staff

This is a wonderful CD! Once again Dave Douglas scores big. It seems that this talented trumpeter just came out of nowhere and is suddenly upon us like a wild leopard. He deserves all the credit he gets.

I first ran into Dave Douglas at the 1999 Bell Atlantic 2nd Annual Jazz Awards in NYC. Dave ...

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Dave Douglas: The Infinite

Read "The Infinite" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

When it comes to varied musical projects, trumpeter Dave Douglas seems to be almost schizoid in his zeal for not recreating himself. On a purely artistic level, that's a good thing. But for those trying to follow his career it can all seem to be a bit disjointed. You know, “I liked his last record, but ...

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Dave Douglas: The Infinite

Read "The Infinite" reviewed by David Adler

The Infinite is one of Dave Douglas's more “mainstream" dates, in that it features standard quintet instrumentation--save for Uri Caine's sparkling, superbly played Fender Rhodes. Paradoxically, though, this is also a record that finds Douglas loudly declaring his love for some current pop music. It opens with a tender reading of Rufus Wainwright's “Poses" and goes ...