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Bert Dalton

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SuperSax Me

Read "SuperSax Me" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Back in the early 1970s bassist Buddy Clark and saxophonist Med Flory conceived a brilliant idea: to form a group (primarily a reed section with rhythm) that would use orchestrated arrangements of saxophonist Charlie Parker's transcendent bop solos as the basis for its music. As for a name, nothing less than SuperSax would suffice. The nine-piece ...

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Midnight Coffee

Label: Trialog Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: El Cajon, Morning Star, Some Other Time, Midnight Coffee, Where The Sea Meets The Sky, Things Ain't What They Used To Be, The Peacocks, Indeed, Into Your Spell, Nobody Else But Me

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Bert Dalton: Midnight Coffee

Read "Midnight Coffee" reviewed by Richard Hague


That you visited this site allows us to comfortably draw certain inferences: as you were being born, your parents instructed the Delivery Room staff, “Lay some Jimmy Smith on the speakers. If it's a boy, switch to Maynard; if it's a girl, Carmen." Your ears started off on the right foot. We may further conclude that, ...

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Midnight Coffee

Label: Trialog Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1) El Cajon- (Frishberg/Mandel) 2) Morning Star- (Rogers Grant) 3) Some other Time- (Bernstein) 4) Midnight Coffee- (Dalton) 5) Where Sea Meets Sky- (Dalton) 6) Thing's Ain't What They Used to Be- (Mercer Ellington) 7) The Peacocks- (Jimmy Rowles) 8) Indeed- (Dalton) 9) Into Your Spell- (Dalton) 10) Nobody Else but Me (Rogers/Hammerstein)

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Article: Album Review

Bert Dalton: Midnight Coffee

Read "Midnight Coffee" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Bert Dalton is a jazz pianist hailing from Chicago originally, who has played with the likes of Bud Shank, Herbie Mann, Anita O'Day, Regina Carter, and Frank Morgan. Dalton's interests in music evidently run wide; currently Dalton is Music Director of the National Dance Institute of New Mexico, where he is now also based of course. ...


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