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Duane Eubanks Quintet: Things of That Particular Nature

Read "Things of That Particular Nature" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Il più giovane dei fratelli Eubanks è attivo professionalmente dalla seconda metà degli anni novanta ma ha inciso pochissimo a suo nome, preferendo dedicarsi al ruolo di sideman con molti e prestigiosi partner (l'orchestra di Dave Holland, Oliver Lake, Mulgrew Miller, Orrin Evans, Curtis Fuller etc.). Questo è il suo terzo disco da leader, ...

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Duane Eubanks: Artistry of a Boundless Nature

Read "Duane Eubanks: Artistry of a Boundless Nature" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


Duane Eubanks may be the youngest of the incredibly musically-blessed Eubanks siblings, however this outstanding Philly-born trumpeter and composer also carries the bedrock jazz tradition of the City of Brotherly Love with “Rocky"-like vigor. With his latest quintet offering Things of That Particular Nature--one long overdue due to his constant in-demand status as a sideman contributor ...

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Duane Eubanks Quintet: Things Of That Particular Nature

Read "Things Of That Particular Nature" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Things Of That Particular Nature is the record that the jazz world has been waiting for from trumpeter Duane Eubanks. My Shining Hour (TCB Records, 1999) and Second Take (TCB Records, 2001) put Eubanks on the map as a leader, positioning him as a purveyor of all manner of bop-derived music. He instantly came off as ...


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