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BoB: a Palindrome

Label: Bebob Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: 3 for Lawrence; Picked From Nick; Big Queen; Tigers On Venus; Middle Passage Suite: Part I – For Those of Us Who Made It; Middle Passage Suite: Part II – For Those of Us That Didn’t Make It Middle Passage Suite: Part III – For Those of Us Still Here; Little Queen; Indiscreet in da Street; Jamming - a.k.a. Ichabod.

BoB: a Palindrome

Read "BoB: a Palindrome" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

The roll call of great bass players from Detroit includes Ron Carter, Paul Chambers and Doug Watkins. Robert Hurst, another Motor City musician, has for the past several years made a compelling case for his name on that list.Hurst picked up the bass at age 14 and was soon performing with Detroit trumpeter Marcus ...

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Label: Bebob Records
Released: 2013
Duration: 8:25

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Robert Hurst: BoB: a Palindrome

Read "BoB: a Palindrome" reviewed by Steve Bryant

Detroiter Robert Hurst has been considered one of the best bassists to come out of the Jazz Renaissance of the '80s. His melodicism, technique, and harmonic acumen positioned him as a first- string bass man. Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis made him his bottom man for the better part of the '80s, and as part of saxophonist Branford ...


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