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Ed Neumeister Quartet: Reflection

Read "Reflection" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Quando subentra il rimpianto per il vecchio vinile... Cosa c’entra questo con Reflection di Ed Neumeister? C’entra, eccome! Perché l’ultima fatica discografica del trombonista di origine viennese, ma da anni residente negli Stati Uniti, sarebbe stato un piccolo capolavoro di grazia e di musicalità se solo avesse avuto venti minuti in meno rispetto ai quasi sessantacinque ...

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Ed Neumeister Quartet: Reflection

Read "Reflection" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

After twenty years in New York, trombonist Ed Neumeister went expatriate in 1999, moving his family to Vienna, Austria; he now holds the position of Professor of Trombone studies at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Granz, Austria. A veteran of many top big bands led by Duke Ellington Orchestra, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich ...

New Standards

Label: MeisteroMusic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Take the "A" Train 4:55; 2. Picks & Pans 7:42; 3. Spring Street 9:51; 4. The Peacocks 8:19; 5. A Walk in the Woods 10:39; 6. Speak Low 7:18.

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Ed Neumeister Quartet: New Standards

Read "New Standards" reviewed by Elliott Simon

A mainstay for leaders from Dixieland through swing, the T-bone never quite recovered from bop, the unfortunate result being that inventive trombone-led combos have been few and far between. However, one listen to New Standards from trombonist Ed Neumeister's quartet, makes it clear that things needn't have turned out the way they did. With ...


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