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Gerry Hemingway: Double Blues Crossing

Read "Double Blues Crossing" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Double Blues Crossing is actually two records in one. The first is a set of five related tracks carrying the record's title, which together could easily be a soundtrack to a short movie of the story that is presented in the liner notes. The Buddy Luckett and Joe Cracklin named in the tracks are characters in ...

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Gerry Hemingway Quintet: Double Blues Crossing

Read "Double Blues Crossing" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Pensato nel 2000, scritto nel 2002, messo in produzione nel 2003, riverificato nel 2004, stampato nel 2005 e finalmente dalle parti delle nostre distribuzioni nel 2006. Double Blues Crossing propone un entusiasmante quintetto diretto dal batterista statunitense Gerry Hemingway e ricco degli aiuti del clarinettista berlinese Franck Gratkowski, del trombonista Wolter Wierbos, del violoncello di Amit ...

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Gerry Hemingway Quintet: Double Blues Crossing

Read "Double Blues Crossing" reviewed by John Eyles

If Gerry Hemingway's other 2005 release, The Whimbler--with his current quartet--presented a surprisingly straight-ahead facet of his music, this quintet album is far more intriguing and, well, strange. Opening to the (sampled) sounds of old-time fiddle-driven folk music, the seven-part title suite sounds like the soundtrack to some yet-to-be-made movie. In his sleeve notes, Hemingway even ...