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A New Dance

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: A New Dance; Sun & Stars; Angel Eyes; One for Aba; Yam; I Wish You Were Here; In Walked Bud; Almond Tree; Fingerprints; I Fall in Love Too Easily.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rotem Sivan Trio: A New Dance

Read "A New Dance" reviewed by Dave Wayne

You can only imagine the hurricane-like storm of hyperbole that accompanies every new release by every single fresh young jazz artist on today's scene. We are promised, every time, that the artist in question (...always immensely-talented) is a “musical genius" and “true innovator" who is going to “transform the jazz world as we know it." The ...

A New Dance

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: You Don't Know What Love Is; My Romance; Time After Time; My One And Only Love; Crescent Moon In Spring; Cherokee; Both Sides Now; A New Dance; Interlude #4.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Syncopation: A New Dance

Read "A New Dance" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

I am getting ill tempered in my old age. I wanted to finally find a disc that I disliked, and I thought it had been delivered in the form of A New Dance by the vocal quartet Syncopation. There was everything not to like. As a devotee to the Manhattan Transfer, I felt there was nothing ...


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