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Sheryl Bailey 4: For All Those Living

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Per il suo For All Those Living Sheryl Bailey ha voluto assemblare un quartetto di tutto rispetto, composto da Jim Rid, Gary Wang e Shingo Okudaira, perfettamente in grado di assecondare la sua idea di jazz, legata al mainstream e a quelle atmosfere distese che ben si adattano ai gusti di chi ha voglia di ascolti discreti ...

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The Sheryl Bailey 4: For All Those Living

Read "For All Those Living" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Wes Montgomery may be gone, but the great jazz guitarist's crisp, rich-toned sound lives on in Sheryl Bailey, whose style is so reminiscent of the icon, but whose technique has also been compared to that of Pat Martino. It is quite clear that Bailey is a gifted guitarist as well as a veteran musician, with several ...

Sheryl Bailey: For All Those Living

Read "For All Those Living" reviewed by Nic Jones

In the past, guitarist Sheryl Bailey has been an embodiment of versatility through her work with bassist Richard Bona, and with David Krakauer's klezmer ensemble. She now has another strain of music in her bag with this program of straight-ahead jazz guitar. Both Pat Martino and Wes Montgomery can be cited as reference points for this ...

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Sheryl Bailey 4: For All Those Living

Read "For All Those Living" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

While guitarist Sheryl Bailey's A New Promise was a tribute to another tremendously talented female guitarist--the late Emily Remler--For All Those Living touches on a wide variety of figures, both here and gone. Bailey's music pays direct tribute to fellow guitarists, like Jack Wilkins ("Wilkinsburg"), Masa Sasaki ("Masa's Bag") and the late Jimmy Wyble, but she ...

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Sheryl Bailey 4: For All Those Living

Read "For All Those Living" reviewed by Greg Simmons

Sheryl Bailey 4's For All Those Living has a nice, balanced feel to it, with a lively, up-tempo pace that never becomes frenetic. It's finely played, and rewards serious listening, but none of the musicians are overly showy.The quartet plays as much with Bailey's guitar work as behind it, and is clearly sympathetic to its performers. ...