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Blue Moon

Label: Atlantic Records
Released: 2010

Live at Cafe Loup

Label: Conawago
Released: 2006
Track listing: Alone Together; Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans; Skylark; Playin' in the Yard; Tenderly; Dream Dancing; Doubletalk; In a Mellow Tone; Sweet and Lovely; Memories of You.

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Bob Kindred: Live at Cafe Loup

Read "Live at Cafe Loup" reviewed by Donald Elfman

Classical clarinetist Richard Stoltzman once said, “...I wish I could play Mozart like Bob Kindred plays jazz, referring to his simplicity of tone, directness and emotional truth--all of which can be heard at the weekly brunch at New York's Café Loup which this engaging live disc documents. Kindred got his chops playing with organists Shirley Scott ...

Gentle Giant of the Tenor Sax

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: Juicy Lucy; Warm Valley; Ethiopia; We See; Blood Count; Blue Moon; The Things We Did Last Summer; Anouman

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Kindred with Larry Willis: Gentle Giant of the Tenor Sax

Read "Gentle Giant of the Tenor Sax" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Bob Kindred traveled to the bucolic surroundings of Mapleshade's recording studio in rural Maryland to team with pianist Larry Willis for a session of more than 60 minutes' worth of “gentle" but not outdated jazz performances. In some respects Kindred is a throwback to Ben Webster and the tender side of Stan Getz. His playing recalls ...


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