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Expanding Heart

Label: BaldHill Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Opening; What Reason Could I Give; Distance; I Got The Will; Meditation 1; Whispering; Meditation 2; Here We Go Again; Hoppe; Turnaround; Meditation 3.

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Jarrett Cherner Trio: Expanding Heart

Read "Expanding Heart" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Forget about “the art of the trio." It's undoubtedly a topic worth discussing when you look at this album, and one that automatically comes up when you look at any piano-centric threesome, but it's a phrase that's been overused. Instead, let's talk about the heart of the trio--how it beats, what it feeds, where it leads, ...

Volume One

Label: BaldHill Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Trust; Dark; Cornerstone; Dusk On The Porch; Shadow Search; Knew; Chain Letter CCC #1; Running With The Princess.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sketches: Volume One

Read "Volume One" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Compositional specificity can be a blessing and a curse. It's easy to understand how having every last instruction set to paper can be helpful when it comes to starting the music making process, but the flip side of that argument is that there's nothing left to actually create if everything is already there in black and ...

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Dusk On The Porch

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Label: BaldHill Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 4:55

Live at the Hillside Club

Label: BaldHill Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. Bunny Boy (Forrester) 08:12; 2. Some Things Don’t Work out (Forrester) 07:46; 3. Well You Needn’t (Monk) 05:11; 4. Splat (Johnston) 03:31; 5. Your Little Dog (Forrester) 07:34; 6. Second Nature (Forrester) 04:21; 7. Loser’s Blues (Forrester) 06:31; 8. Pannonica (Monk) 08:38; 9. Evidence (Monk) 04:57; 10. Did You Ever Want to Cry (Forrester) 03:31; 11. I Know What Girls Like (Forrester) 04:09; 12. Epistrophy (Monk) 04:34.

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Joel Forrester - Phillip Johnston: Live at the Hillside Club

Read "Live at the Hillside Club" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Joel Forrester e Phillip Johnston registrano per la prima volta un disco in duo dopo quasi quarant'anni di collaborazione e innumerevoli concerti in duo. Insieme, hanno dato vita ad organici diversi, tra i quali il Microscopic Septet è il più longevo. Live at the Hillside Club è stato registrato proprio durante il tour promozionale dell'ultimo disco ...

Burgeoning

Label: BaldHill Records
Released: 2006


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