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Echoes of Ethnicity

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2009
Track listing: 4 Newk; Afros & Cubans; We Jazz June; Natural Woman; Mercury Blvd.; The Melting Pot; Autumn in New York; Crystal Stair; The Blackamoor; Miss'ippi Man.

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Derrick Gardner & The Jazz Prophets + 2: Echoes of Ethnicity

Read "Echoes of Ethnicity" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Big band music is alive and well, even if presented by a not-so-big band. Derrick Gardner & The Jazz Prophets is a six-piece ensemble, supported by four additional players for Echoes of Ethnicity. The basic lineup consists of Gardner on trumpet and flugelhorn, brother Vincent on trombone, tenor saxophonist Rob Dixon, pianist Rick Roe, ...


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