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Drifter

Label: NCM East
Released: 2015
Track listing: February March; Kept Close; Odd Ray; Drifter; Weird Waltz; The Turtle Speaks; Pastorale; Two Painters; Transmitter Park.

Flow

Label: Edition Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Crow Hill; The Elegist; Lighthouse; Harmattan; Nothing Ever Lasts; Breathing Out My Soul; Toueï; King Of Pain; Vagabond.

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Old Time Musketry: Drifter

Read "Drifter" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Old and new collide and intermingle in a variety of appealing ways on Drifter, the second long-player by the Brooklyn-based collective, Old Time Musketry. It's funny, though, how old has become new and new has become old. J. P. Schlegelmilch, the keyboardist and primary composer for the band (he wrote all but 2 of Drifter's varied ...

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Drifter: Flow

Read "Flow" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Drifter started life as the Alexi Tuomarila Quartet, a band that was beginning to develop a reputation on the European jazz scene with its second album, 02 (Warner Jazz, 2003). Unfortunately, the label's parent company dropped its jazz list, leaving the quartet without a contract shortly after the album's release. Tuomarila carried on--releasing a trio album, ...

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Transmitter Park

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Label: NCM East
Released: 2015
Duration: 05:34


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