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Someday My Prince Will Come

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2004
Track listing: Caravan; Softly As In a Morning Sunrise; Moose the Mooche; A Child is Born; Satin Doll; Someday My Prince Will Come; The Shadow Of Your Smile; Long Ago and Far Away; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.

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The Great Jazz Trio: Someday My Prince Will Come

Read "Someday My Prince Will Come" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini


When three guys with 130 years of experience collaborate on a set of oft-recorded tunes, certain things are expected. They'll be rock-solid and, if not the freshest sound going, still capable of some surprises. There won't be any nonsense or players who don't “get" what their colleagues are up to. Traditionalists will find something ...

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The Great Jazz Trio: Someday My Prince Will Come

Read "Someday My Prince Will Come" reviewed by Jim Santella


Founded in 1976 by Hank Jones, the Great Jazz Trio produced several recordings and changed bassists and drummers frequently. This album marks the final studio recording for brothers Hank and Elvin Jones together. Elvin, who is heard here in his prime, soloing frequently and coloring everything admirably, passed away in May at age 76. ...

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Friendship

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2003
Track listing: Statements; Let

Album

So What

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2003
Track listing: Prince of Darkness; On Green Dolphin Street; Footprints; Well You Needn

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Love Letters

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2003
Track listing: The Best Thing For You; That Old Feeling; Afro Blue; Que Pasa?; How Deep Is The Ocean; Love Letters; My Shining Hour; Stompin' At The Savoy; Shades Of Senegal 2.

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Friendship

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2003
Track listing: Statements; Let

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Mad 6

Label: Eighty-Eights
Released: 2003
Track listing: 26-2; Ginger Bread Boy; Avignon; The Mad 6; Self Portrait in Three Colors; Between Lines; 'Round Midnight; The Return of Olymbus; Ask Me Now; Fifth House.

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Eddie Henderson: So What

Read "So What" reviewed by Russ Musto


Despite its title, this Miles Davis tribute's focus is not on the classic unit that recorded the track after which the album is named, but on the style and music of the trumpeter's great ‘60s quintet with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. Eddie Henderson's mellifluous sound, meticulous choice of notes and atmospheric ...

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Clark Terry and Max Roach: Friendship

Read "Friendship" reviewed by Steven Robinson


On the day this lovely recording was released, co-leaders Clark Terry (trumpet) and Max Roach (drums), legends both, were 82 and 79 years old respectively. Perhaps it would be best to get the clichés out of the way. Yes, it’s important that elder statesmen of jazz keep recording, and no one deserves that title more than ...


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