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Dusty York Trio

Recently releasing his third CD, "Cinema 57", Portland saxophonist/composer Dusty York, (Oct. 15, 1978), has been a unique voice in today's NW jazz scene with his warm, distinct sound, and uncompromising individuality. Playing all original compositions and performing frequently with his father, tenor saxophone virtuoso Michael York, Dusty York Trio has provided his own sound amongst the wealth of jazz talent that Portland has to offer. He has developed an improvising style that has departed from the conventional bebop/blues based standard, with a stronger emphasis on rhythm, unique phrasing, extended thematic and dynamic development, and at times..

Cinema 57

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007

June Diva

Label: DMYORKmusic
Released: 2005
Track listing: Minas Gerais/June Diva/Union Station/The Carmen Tone/Twice At Night/Alter Idem/Korah Marie/MMSB

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Dusty York Trio: June Diva

Read "June Diva" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

From the cover art to the eight original compositions, June Diva, the début recording by the Dusty York Trio, exudes understated elegance. Featuring York (tenor saxophone), Keith Brush (bass), and Ken Paine (drums), the Portland, Oregon-based trio recalls the uncluttered sound of classic Blue Note-style hard bop. On “Union Station," the trio convincingly conjures ...


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