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Cerulean Landscape

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Shimmer (Davis); 2. Someday I’ll Know (Jason Sherbundy); 3. Vicissitudes (Robinson); 4. Translucence (Robinson); 5. Of Blues and Dreams (Davis); 6. Andrew (Davis); 7. Cerulean Seas and Viridian Skies (Robinson).


Anthony Davis - Jason Robinson: Cerulean Landscape

Read "Cerulean Landscape" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Sia benedetto Cerulean Landscape! Da troppo tempo Anthony Davis marcava visita. Non che il nostro fosse finito in naftalina: tra opere, sinfonie, cattedre e concerti [vedasi quello del 2009 a Botticino], il baffuto pianista si è dato un gran da fare negli ultimi anni. E però era da un bel pezzo [se i calcoli sono esatti, ...

Cerulean Landscape

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Shimmer; Someday I'll Know; Vicissitudes (for Mell); Translucence; Of Blues And Dreams; Andrew; Cerulean Seas And Viridian Skies.


Jason Robinson / Anthony Davis: Cerulean Landscape

Read "Cerulean Landscape" reviewed by Troy Collins

"If Ellington were to collaborate with science fiction author Samuel R. Delany, one might encounter a cerulean landscape." This evocative quote from the liner notes to Cerulean Landscape, multi-reedist Jason Robinson's long-awaited duo album with legendary pianist Anthony Davis, paints a vivid picture of their mutual admiration for the work of Duke Ellington and his colorful ...


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