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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ted Nash: La Espada De La Noche

Read "La Espada De La Noche" reviewed by Budd Kopman

The first thing you notice on “A Night in Tunisia, which opens the wonderful La Espada De La Noche, is the accordion, which is not the most heavily used instrument in jazz, to say the least. The next thing is Ted Nash's beautiful, soft, caressing sax sound, followed by the “full band, which excludes a bassist ...

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Ted Nash & Odeon: La Espada De La Noche

Read "La Espada De La Noche" reviewed by Chris May

Best known for his work within straight-ahead classic jazz--from early apprenticeships with the Lionel Hampton and Quincy Jones bands through today's collaborations with Wynton Marsalis--Ted Nash has used his Odeon projects to show another, more outward looking and, some might say, more interesting and innovative aspect of his musical interests. With Odeon, Nash weaves tango (and ...