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Change of Heart

Featuring the music of Kevin Dean
Duration: 7:03

Trumpeter Kevin Dean performs his "Change of Heart" at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, December 18, 2010, for Jazz. Period. Also featuring: Al McLean: saxophone; Mike Rud: guitar.
Album

Change Of Heart

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: The Healing Power Of Intimacy; Change Of Heart; Barefaced Thieves; Venn; Buried Somewhere; In The Moment; Three Hours; In Code.

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Article: Album Review

Martin Speake: Change Of Heart

Read "Change Of Heart" reviewed by Budd Kopman


One of the more interesting extra-musical things to observe in jazz is how the connections between musicians happen, and then, of course, how those connections affect the music they produce. In 1993, Martin Speake connected with Paul Motian, and they toured as a trio with bassist Mick Hutton, playing both Speake's and Motian's ...

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Article: Album Review

Martin Speake: Change of Heart

Read "Change of Heart" reviewed by John Kelman


Change of Heart, alto saxophonist Martin Speake's first recording for ECM, will no doubt garner him some well-deserved international exposure. But he's been a fixture on the British scene for two decades, with a varied discography that a larger audience will now hopefully explore. This disc presents only one facet of Speake's interests, but it's as ...

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Article: Album Review

Martin Speake: Change Of Heart

Read "Change Of Heart" reviewed by Nic Jones


A certain clarity of purpose has always run throughout the documentation of Martin Speake's music on record. In an aspect of his career that has taken in quartets, an alto sax/piano duo and a saxophone quartet, Speake has proven himself to be a musician and composer with the ability to pursue his own vision. This quartet ...

Album

Change Of Heart

Label: Artists Own
Released: 1991


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