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Contrasts with Jon Gordon / Voyage with Phil Woods

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: Contrasts: Stardust; Young At Heart; Bye Ya; For Sue; These Foolish Things; Contrasts; I Fall In Love Too Easily; Compensation; Over The Rainbow. (Total Time: 53:14).

Voyage: A Beautiful Friendship; Hey There; "Philly" Twist; These Foolish Things; Smitty Ditty; Trouble Is A Man; I'll Be Around; Voyage; I'll See You Again.. (Total Time: 76:50).

Bags Groove (A Tribute to Milt Jackson)

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: The Prophet; Compassion; Reunion; Namesake; The Harem; Little Girl Blue; Sava Bella; Bags Groove. (Total Time: 60:06).

The New Standard

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: I've Never Been In Love Before; I Remember You; Witchcraft; All Of You; How About You; Let's Pretend; You're Too Marvelous for words; The Best thing For You. (Total Time: 60:06).

Free Fall

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: The Lady Of The Lake; Free Fall; The River; Street Pair; Dance Of The Spheroids; Colors; Tiahuanaco. (Total Time: 47:50).

Bags Groove

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. The Prophet; 2. Compassion; 3. Reunion; 4. Namesake; 5. The Harem; 6. Little Girl Blue; 7. Sava Bella; 8. Bags Groove.

Free Fall

Label: Double-Time Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Lady Of The Lake 2.Free Fall 3.The River 4.Street Fair 5.Dance Of The Spheroids 6.Colors 7.Tiahuanaco

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Mike LeDonne: Bags Groove (A Tribute to Milt Jackson)

Read "Bags Groove (A Tribute to Milt Jackson)" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Bags...in all his glory... Intermediate-sized jazz bands have always been interesting. Miles Davis' 1949 Birth of the Cool Nonette set the stage for all “little-big" bands. Pianist Mike LeDonne's tribute to Milt Jackson, Bags Groove, is performed in this same vein. Ledonne assembles a swinging little octet that effectively takes Jackson's better known compositions and pieces ...

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Dave Santoro: The New Standard

Read "The New Standard" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Bass on Top... Bassist Dave Santoro has formed a “standards" quartet that effectively expands the philosophy of Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio. Jarrett, along with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Gary Peacock represent a “standards" unit, reinterpreting the great American songbook. They have had the market cornered in performing standards for the last 20 years. Santoro makes ...

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Dave Santoro: The New Standard

Read "The New Standard" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Bass on Top... Bassist Dave Santoro has formed a “standards" quartet that effectively expands the philosophy of Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio. Jarrett, along with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Gary Peacock represent a “standards" unit, reinterpreting the great American songbook. They have had the market cornered in performing standards for the last 20 years. Santoro makes ...

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The Richard Sussman Quintet: Free Fall

Read "Free Fall" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The re-release of a classic... Formerly released on Inner City records in 1979, Richard Sussman's Post Bop masterpiece Free Fall languished for several years before being revived by Jamey Aebersold and Double Time Jazz Records. It is odd that as fine a recording as this is, Sussman recorded only once more for Inner City Records ( ...


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