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A New Face

Label: Jay Dell Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Late November; In Retreat; Delusional; A New Face; Half is Less Than Half; Influence; Insight; Time Unfolding.

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Bobby Avey: A New Face

Read "A New Face" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

A New Face, un nuovo volto nel mondo del piano trio e se a suggerirlo è uno come David Liebman, che presenta il disco e vi suona in quattro degli otto brani, vi è più di una buona ragione per crederci. Ma sgombriamo subito il campo da aspettative esagerate perché A New Face è un buon ...

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Bobby Avey: A New Face

Read "A New Face" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

A New Face is a somewhat misleading title for this album. True, this is the debut recording as leader by the 25-year-old Bobby Avey but he's been on the jazz scene for some time. Most notably, he joined star saxophonist Dave Liebman on Vienna Dialogues (ZOHO, 2006) while he was still a student and his regular ...

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Bobby Avey: A New Face

Read "A New Face" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The CD is called A New Face, referring to the set's leader, pianist Bobby Avey. He was an even “newer" face on 2006's Vienna Dialogues (Zoho Music), a duet set with veteran saxophonist David Liebman that explored the music of pre-twentieth century classical composers, including Mendelssohn, Schumann, Mahler and Brahms.For this, Avey's debut as ...


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