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Adrian Vedady

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Upon First Impression

Label: Orchard of Pomegranates
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1. And Death Shall Have No Dominion (Saku Mantere / Dylan Thomas) 05:50 2. Time (Tom Waits) 06:06 3. Wedding Poem (Saku Mantere / Norman Cristofoli) 03:36 4. Building You, Building Me (Saku Mantere) 04:05 5. Open Secrets (Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson / Neil Peart) 06:57 6. Radio Silence (Saku Mantere) 05:07 7. I Think It’s Time to Say Goodbye Again (Stanley Cowell / Debby Randolph) 05:51 8. Countdown (John Coltrane / Saku Mantere) 04:41 9. The Professional (Saku Mantere) 03:47 10. Leap of Faith (Saku Mantere) 04:36

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Artifact

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: Artifact; Short Stories; A Flower is a Lovesome Thing; Lhotse Face; Antepenultimate; Underwater Chant; Duet

Album

Cherished Possessions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: Cherished Possessions; Words of Hope; For Staff Only; Descending Blues; Encumbered; Hear Wisdom; Go; Rolling Oil; Isobel; Charlie's Family Reunion

Album

Late Night

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Happy; Late Night; Little Pants; Lush Life; Needful; Stella; To Wes; Validation.

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Song of the Day

Antepenultimate

Album:
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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Duration: 6:52

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Song of the Day

Artifact

Album:
By
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Duration: 08:37

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Article: Album Review

Sean Fyfe: Late Night

Read "Late Night" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Sean Fyfe is a peripatetic Canadian jazz pianist who has vagabonded his musical way from Vancouver Island to Montreal to New York City and now London. He has not forgotten the friends he met along the way and so his cohorts for the session are some buddies from Montreal: guitarist Sam Kirmayer, bassist Adrian Vedady and ...

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Article: Album Review

Sean Fyfe Quartet: Late Night

Read "Late Night" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The opening number on pianist Sean Fyfe's latest album, Late Night, is “Happy," which could serve as a subtext for the album as a whole. Even when performing a solo rendition of Billy Strayhorn's mournful “Lush Life," Fyfe somehow manages to sound happy, lending a sunny counterweight to the heart-breaking sense of loss that permeates Strayhorn's ...

Album

Montreal Jazz Trio

Label: Odd Sound Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: All Those Things; My One And Only Love; Empathy; Take the 'A' Train; Takin' A Chance On Love; Nowhere; Wray; Soho Dreams; Answer Me My Love.


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