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Day After Day

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Disc One: Dreamsville; Emily; O Sacrum Convivium; My One And Only Love; The Windows Of The World; Never Let Me Go; The Midnight Sun Will Never Set. Disc Two: Galveston; Dust; Long, Long, Long; The Guitar Man; Goldfinger; Only Yesterday; Just Like A Woman, Day After Day.

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Ben Monder: Day After Day

Read "Day After Day" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi

Ben Monder, classe 1962, chitarrista attivo da oltre 30 anni nell'area di New York, confeziona un doppio cd di sole covers che conquista al primo ascolto. Il primo album è suonato da Monder in completa solitudine alternando composizioni di ogni genere, da “Dreamsville" di Henry Mancini a “O Sacrum Convivium" di Olivier Messiaen, da ...

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Ben Monder: Day After Day

Read "Day After Day" reviewed by Mark Corroto

On Day After Day, Ben Monder explores memories triggered by songs. Over two discs, one solo and the other with bassist Matt Brewer and drummer Ted Poor, the guitarist rouses impressions formed long ago. Just like a certain fragrance can spark the memory of an old lover, songs deep in your brain's hard drive can be ...

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Ben Monder: Day After Day

Read "Day After Day" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes

Rare is the musician who remains static throughout their career, and with his professional life dating back to the mid-1990s, Ben Monder has had time enough to change course when the desire strikes. Since his outstanding debut, Flux (Songlines, 1995), he has released a handful of equally impressive albums which follow in its footsteps, as well ...

Day After Day

Label: Babel Label
Released: 2017
Track listing: Aunt Nancy’s Balloons; Red Honey, Yellow Honey; Interruptions #1: Another Mad Yak; If You Were the Only Girl in the World; Day after Day.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Olie Brice Quintet: Day After Day

Read "Day After Day" reviewed by John Eyles

Three years on from the debut album by the Olie Brice Quintet, Immune to Clockwork (Multikulti Project, 2014), comes the follow-up, Day after Day. Despite the unchanged band name, the intervening years have brought changes; not only has the band switched record labels from Multikulti to Babel, tenor saxophonist Mark Hanslip has been replaced by George ...

Day After Day

Label: FMP
Released: 1992


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