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Blake Tartare

Label: Stunt Records/Sundance Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Flipper; Lemmy Caution; A Messy Business; Cuban Sandwich; Feast; Languidity; Meditation (For A Pair Of Wirecutters); A Hole Is To Dig; Neil's Toy Train.

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Michael Blake: Blake Tartare

Read "Blake Tartare" reviewed by Michael McCaw

Why Michael Blake has had such a tough go of finding ways to get his music out to the public is an interesting issue, and unfortunately not such an uncommon one. Coming out of John Lurie's Lounge Lizards and consistently involved in the Jazz Composers Collective (along with Ben Allison, Frank Kimbrough, Ted Nash, et al.), ...

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Michael Blake: Blake Tartare

Read "Blake Tartare" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

Saxophonist/composer Michael Blake has led an array of unique projects. His latest CD, Blake Tartare, finds him fronting a quartet with young Danish improvisers Soren Kjaergaard on Fender Rhodes and piano, Jonas Westergaard on bass, and Kresten Osgood on drums. The small group pushes Blake’s horn to the forefront, while the sparse arrangements have a fluidity ...

Blake Tartare

Label: Creative Sources
Released: 2003


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