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Label: Naim Label
Released: 2006
Track listing: The Big Organ; Children of the Night; Little Creatures; A Slow Stroll Round a Black Hole; Brian's B.S. (Bass Solo); O Man; Ain't No Thing (Drum Intro); Sticks & Stones; The Gong Show (Percussion Intro); I Gotta Be Chi; The Noisy Neighbor (Drum Intro); Dining By Rail; Homage To Someone Else's Ancestors (Drum Intro); Mideastern Standard Time; Beauty & the Beholder; If You're Still a Round

Another Side

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Sun-Modes/ Syeeda

Another Side

Label: MAMA Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Take the


Bob Florence: Another Side

Read "Another Side" reviewed by Jack Bowers

As a follow–up to his Grammy Award–winning big–band album, Serendipity 18, Bob Florence has chosen to record a solo piano album, and one’s response to it will depend largely on his / her musical preferences. This is no whim; it’s something Florence has wanted to do for a long time. He’s been studying and playing piano ...


Ken Simon Quartet: Another Side

Read "Another Side" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Bob Rusch is a brutally honest man. As front man for Cadence magazine he calls things like he sees them staunchly leaving gloss and platitudes at the door. In like fashion his unflinching faith in the individual artistry of the musicians he documents on his CIMP label is directly manifest in the much-maligned minimalist recording techniques ...


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