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FAB Trio: History of Jazz in Reverse

Read "History of Jazz in Reverse" reviewed by Nic Jones

A trio consisting of violin, bass and drums might seem a little thin, but violinist Billy Bang, bassist Joe Fonda and drummer Barry Altschul know a thing or two about this music and their collective effort on this disc combines elements of the intellectual and the physical. The result is, perhaps unsurprisingly, music which appeals in ...

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Cherry

Featuring the music of Scott LaFaro
Duration: 2:58

1958 live television broadcast

Cherry

Label: Knitting Factory
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Don?t Be Cruel 2.IfI Fell 3.Kashmir 4.In The Land Of Make Believe 5.Daddy?s Gonna Tell You No Lie 6.Extra Virgin 7.Just To Keep You Satisfied 8.Love In Outer Space 9.Trousertrout 10.Frank Mills Jr. 11.Smells Like Teen Spirit 12.Daddy Redux

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The Josh Roseman Unit: Cherry

Read "Cherry" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

If you ever wondered whether a musician could transform Elvis Presley's “Don't Be Cruel," into a quasi, calypso-funk groove than stop right here. Well, notions such as these may seem fiendishly theoretical in scope, yet New York City-based trombonist, Josh Roseman's debut solo effort is full of dainty little surprises. Not only he does he pay ...

Cherry

Label: Epic
Released: 1972

Cherry

Label: HighNote
Released: 1966


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