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Due Reverence

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Less Is More; This One's For Bob; Phil-osophy; Mr. Scott; Points Encountered.

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Ralph Bowen: Due Reverence

Read "Due Reverence" reviewed by John Patten


Saxophonist Ralph Bowen's Due Reverence is a too-short set of tributes to horn players who've made an impression on Bowen. The five tunes were written in the styles of players Ted Dunbar, Bob Mintzer, James Scott, Phil Nimmons and Robert Dick.Bowen gets backing from a strong quartet--Sean Jones on trumpet, Adam Rogers on guitar, ...

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Ralph Bowen: Due Reverence

Read "Due Reverence" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


"Less Is More" is not just the first song on tenor saxophonist Ralph Bowen's Due Reverence. It's also a subtle hint about the music.Bowen studied at Rutgers University under Dr. James Scott and Robert Dick, to whom two of the songs are dedicated. He also studied at Indiana University and in addition to teaching, ...

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Ralph Bowen: Due Reverence

Read "Due Reverence" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Due Reverence is a gem of an album from beginning to end. All five compositions by its protagonist, tenor saxophonist Ralph Bowen, deserve high praise for outstanding invention and impeccable execution. These are erudite compositions, delving not just into musical characters, but more than anything else, empathizing with them, emoting with them by taking turns on ...

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Ralph Bowen: Due Reverence

Read "Due Reverence" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Thanks to an American Idol culture and any number of other circumstances, the jazz universe is filled with extremely bright, if lesser known stars, who are just as talented as their more noted constellations. Such is the case with saxophonist Ralph Bowen, a truly bad-ass player who has appeared on over 60 recordings as a sideman ...


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