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A Bird in the Hand

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Billy’s Blues; If I Were a Bell; Bailey’s and Coffee; Big Dipper; Arrival; Soft Skies; Why Bother; The Heat’s On.

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Benny Bailey / Nashville Big Band: A Bird in the Hand

Read "A Bird in the Hand" reviewed by Jack Bowers


To accentuate the positive: A Bird in the Hand is Georgia-based drummer Ben Bailey's debut album as a big-band leader, and a splendid one it is, thanks to Bailey's ample talents and those of the Nashville Big Band. The recording arose from a chance meeting in 2011 when another well-known timekeeper, Duffy Jackson, traveled to from ...

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A Bird in the Hand

Label: Jardis Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Beautiful Love; Monk

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Steve Rochinski: A Bird in the Hand

Read "A Bird in the Hand" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Boston­based Steve Rochinski soars well above the commonplace with A Bird in the Hand, a well­crafted studio session that elicits a series of remarkable statements from the guitarist and his teammates. Rochinski is clearly a world­class player with immaculate technique, free­flowing ideas and an unwavering propensity to swing under any and all conditions. While Rochinski seems ...

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A Bird in the Hand

Label: Jardis Music
Released: 1999

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Article: Album Review

Steve Rochinski: A Bird in the Hand

Read "A Bird in the Hand" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Most of us have heard the adage about “a bird in the hand.” Here’s a variation: A Bird in the Hand (when borne by Boston–based guitarist Steve Rochinski’s trio/quartet) is worth listening to — and more than once. As I’ve said before, I couldn’t single out one guitarist from another in a blindfold test if failure ...


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