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Deep Song

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Sophisticated Lady; Sweet Georgia Brown; Deep Song; Darn That Dream; Eclipse; Yesterdays; Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love; I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone; I Must Have That Man; Strange Fruit.

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The Man Who Laughs: Deep Song

Read "Deep Song" reviewed by Chris May

On Deep Song, London based singer Fumi Okiji and looped up guitarist Stefano Kalonaris--recording under the auspices of the experimentally inclined, but historically literate, musicians' collective F-IRE--offer a noir-ish, digital-age spin on jazz standards and the Great American Songbook. Okiji has explored similar material with the Portrait Bellevue trio featuring cellist Ben Davis and pianist Zac ...

Deep Song

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Cloister; Brooklyn Sometimes; The Cross; If I Should Lose You; Synthetics; Use of Light; Cake; Deep Song; Gesture; The Next Step.

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Kurt Rosenwinkel: Deep Song

Read "Deep Song" reviewed by George Harris

Kurt Rosenwinkel's Heartcore caught jazz fans by surprise last year. Despite its wondrous, thick textures and mixtures of rhythms, the disc was initially overlooked, then slowly crawled into the psyche of the jazz community to become one of the most important releases of the year. With Deep Song, the guitarist drops most of his usual band, ...

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Kurt Rosenwinkel: Deep Song

Read "Deep Song" reviewed by David Adler

Kurt Rosenwinkel's fourth Verve release, Deep Song, steps back from the searching electronica of Heartcore and adheres to a jazz quintet aesthetic. For the first time, Joshua Redman appears in place of Rosenwinkel's longtime tenor sax associate, Mark Turner. We also hear Brad Mehldau on piano, Larry Grenadier on bass, and Jeff Ballard and Ali Jackson ...

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Kurt Rosenwinkel: Deep Song

Read "Deep Song" reviewed by John Kelman

As listeners it sometimes feels as though we live vicariously through the musical experiences of the artists we cherish--excited by the thrill of discovery, the joy of constant growth, and the sheer emotional wallop that the best music holds. And so it's particularly satisfying to watch an artist emerge as more than merely a talented player ...


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