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Late Bloomer

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Love Me or Leave Me Manha de Carnaval Caravan Que reste-t-il de nos amours? Spain Rendez-vous vers huit heure Outra Vez Never Let Me Go Havada Bulut Yok Estate Late Bloomer

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
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Fat Kid Big Band: New Beginnings

Read "New Beginnings" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Note to Montreal's Fat Kid Big Band: If you really want to make a favorable first impression on your audience, move the opening track on New Beginnings, “Bustin' My Ass," and replace it with any of the album's five instrumental numbers. Nothing personal, and no disrespect meant to singer Othniel PF, but why would a big ...

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Fuat Tuac

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Late Bloomer, Caravan, Never Let Me Go, Spain

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Earth Tones

Label: Elephant Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Skip; Fortitude and Self-Denial; The Feeling of Jazz; THe Lady with the Silver Horn; For Stan Patrick; Commissioner Symonds; The End of a Love Affair.

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Dave Turner: Earth Tones

Read "Earth Tones" reviewed by John Kelman


It's been over two years since Montreal-based saxophonist Dave Turner debuted his new quartet, which finds the longtime altoist making an exclusive switch to the baritone instrument. With trombonist Dave Grott sharing the front line, the quartet may have looked bottom-heavy on paper--but it's proven to be a soulful and rich-sounding unit, aided by the young ...


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