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Marshal Herridge: Chapter One

Read "Chapter One" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Marshal Herridge is a young bassist from Montreal who here releases his first CD, a set of energetic mainstream jazz, with a band containing three local musicians: guitarist Sam Kirmayer, pianist Andre White and drummer Guillaume Pilote. Herridge wrote all the music using a variety of familiar approaches. “HerridgeIn" has a brisk boppish melody ...

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Marshal Herridge: Chapter One

Read "Chapter One" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Chapter One, the debut recording from bassist Marshal Herridge, showcases his admirable Montreal-based quartet performing nine of the leader's bright and limber compositions and arrangements. Besides keeping splendid time (his sonorous bass is recorded so prominently that not a beat is missed or undervalued), Herridge solos eloquently in the manner of his musical heroes, Paul Chambers ...

Chapter One

Label: Bonneville Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Herridgein; Lee-Ann; Ocarina; Helga; I Should Have Said; Setting Out; Chippin; Blues for Paul; Wonderland.

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Label: Bonneville Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 5:12

Chapter One

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Open the Door, See the Ground; Conversation; Pop Sick Love Carousel; Reverie #2; Love Letter from Canada; Dangerous Kitchen; Dancing Girl from the Planet; Marsavishnu Named After the Love.

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I Know You Well Miss Clara: Chapter One

Read "Chapter One" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

It's another nascent progressive jazz-rock band from Indonesia--with the idiosyncratic moniker--brought to us by the New York-based record label, Moonjune Records. The group sound and makeup tenders yet another slant from this region that to varying degrees, impart ethnocentric folk with Western musical concepts. With its debut, the young quartet's rite of passage is largely centered ...

Chapter One

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: The Gauntlet; From Stuart's Draft; The 4th Letter; Dub's Lament; Six Years; Chanting for Staples; Red Beard's Romp/From Stuart's Draft (Reprise); The Syndicate; The Lure of the Underground; March of the Pariahs

Chapter One

Label: Dreambox Media
Released: 2007
Track listing: Fission; Three for DDB; Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise; Something for Free; Minor Rash; Cherokee; Belt of Asteroids; Ell-Sin-Larry; Magna Carta Song.

Chapter One

Label: Wax Orchard
Released: 2007

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David Lackner: Chapter One

Read "Chapter One" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

With few exceptions there are two types of debut albums in jazz. The first is a perfect and brilliant work that becomes the high point of the musician's career, whose later works are always compared to that first flash of brilliance. The second is a solid, interesting and intriguing work that, although far from perfect, serves ...


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