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Crosby Street

Label: 14th Street Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Early Riser; Taiga Forest; Lonely Woman; Lucky 13; Crosby Street; How Things Were; Until Next Time.

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Jake Saslow: Crosby Street

Read "Crosby Street" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Per il suo debutto da leader Jake Saslow sceglie di avvalersi di una band di comprovata qualità, nella quale spiccano i nomi del chitarrista Mike Moreno e del robusto drummer Marcus Gilmore. E sceglie un percorso di brani originali - fatta eccezione per una morbida “Lovely Woman" di Horace Silver -, nei quali riesce a dare ...

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Jake Saslow: Crosby Street

Read "Crosby Street" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

One of 2011's many notable debuts is saxophonist Jake Saslow's Crosby Street, an ode to the street in New York's iconic SoHo, where the musician's formative years recalled the neighborhood's sights, music, and people. An analogy is formed between the music and the community, one that speaks of a distinct personality carried in Saslow's full-bodied horn ...


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