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Dry Bridge Road

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Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Luke; 02. A Dream, 3. Today Is Ok, 04. Blues for Steve Lacy ; 05. Sax of a Kind; 06. Where Seagulls Fly; 07. Was It a Rat I Saw; 08. Real Nice; 9. Rhythm for Robert.

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Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dry Bridge Road rappresenta il primo CD da leader del ventiduenne Noah Preminger, sassofonista dalle indiscutibili doti strumentali e compositive. Un disco dalla vivace ricchezza ritmico-armonica, che prelude ad una ragguardevole carriera, se si considera l'autorevole piglio esecutivo nello spaziare tra free forms, atmosfere bop e cool. Con qualche gustosa combinazione timbrica tra sax e chitarra, ...

Dry Bridge Road

Label: Nowt Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Luke; A Dream; Today Is Okay; Blues for Steve Lacy; Sax of a Kind; Where Seagulls Fly; Was It a Rat I Saw?; Real Nice; Rhythm for Robert.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Readers and theatre-goers probably found Anton Chekhov disquieting when they first encountered his work at the turn of the twentieth century. Here was a guy who used nineteenth-century materials--the bourgeois drawing room, issues of social class, well-behaved prose--to depict what would become emblematic twentieth-century themes: psychology, anomie, the little heart breaks of daily life.Wunderkind ...

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Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

It is quite rare to confront such a mature and convincing statement by a 22-year-old musician, but the debut release of Boston-based graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and tenor saxophonist Noah Preminger is such a rare gem. Preminger's musical vision encompasses impressions of left-of-center cerebral sax heroes such as Steve Lacy and Warne ...

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Noah Preminger: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Stuart Broomer

This is Noah Preminger's recording debut and it's an impressive one for the 22-year-old tenor saxophonist, who carries recommendations from players as forceful as Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone and Dave Liebman. It's not just technique that distinguishes Preminger; it's the quality of his musical thought, the depth of his interaction and his sense of a broader ...

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Noah Preminger Group: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

The consequences of investigating a debut recording are often unknown. In the case of saxophonist Noah Preminger the result is, quite simply, positive. He is a player who invests much thought into his playing. He is rich in churning dense, atmospheric forms with an occasional composition having a lighter ambience. Whatever the stance, the underlying appeal ...

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Noah Preminger Group: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

This is the debut recording from a young and exciting saxophonist who, at the age of 22, seems calm, cool and collected. Noah Preminger heads a group that includes edgy, downtown Manhattan musicians Ben Monder (guitar), Frank Kimbrough (piano), Ted Hebert (bass) and Russ Johnson (trumpet). Such a youthful tenor saxophonist might be expected to eagerly ...

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Noah Preminger Group: Dry Bridge Road

Read "Dry Bridge Road" reviewed by Troy Collins

Debut records are occasionally prophetic of a young musician's future work. A recent graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, 22-year-old Boston-based tenor saxophonist Noah Preminger's impressive premiere, Dry Bridge Road, offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future of an up-and-coming artist. Joined by Russ Johnson (trumpet), Ben Monder (guitar), Frank Kimbrough (piano), John Hebert ...


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