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Invocation

Label: Elefant Dreams Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dancing Dancing Leaf; Alter Ego; How Deep is the Ocean; Everything Must Change; Invocation, Part 1; Invocation, Part 2; Emily; Songline; After the Rain.

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Paul Bollenback: Invocation

Read "Invocation" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il chitarrista Paul Bollenback ha alle spalle oltre quindici anni passati con Joey DeFrancesco in un organ trio che ha lasciato una traccia interessante, anche se certamente non fondamentale, nel jazz degli anni novanta. Questo è il suo secondo album per l'etichetta Elefant Dreams e la formazione in quartetto, con la tromba di Randy Brecker nella ...

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Paul Bollenback: Invocation

Read "Invocation" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Journeyman guitarist Paul Bollenback's Invocation is just that: a shout-out and a summoning forth of the muses, representing a high point in a consistent and substantial oeuvre. This sophomore release for Elefant Dreams is a departure from the guitarist's R&B cover-heavy material found on several of his five earlier recordings for Challenge. Like Brightness of Being ...

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Paul Bollenback: Invocation

Read "Invocation" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Paul Bollenback continues to show his stuff on Invocation. Bollenback's early recorded appearances came with the rise of Joey DeFrancesco, with whom the guitarist spent sixteen years, appearing on the award-winning organist's early 1990s albums. On Brightness of Being (Elefant Dreams, 2006), Bollenback demonstrated his value as a composer and player. For his second ...

Invocation

Label: Elefant Dreams Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Dancing Leaf; Alter Ego; How Deep is the Ocean; Everything Must Change; Invocation, Part 1; Invocation, Part 2; Emily; Songline; After the Rain.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Bollenback: Invocation

Read "Invocation" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Guitarist Paul Bollenback, who spent sixteen years backing organ great Joey DeFrancesco in concert and on CD, has some serious chops. Reviews of his previous CD release, Brightness of Being (Elephant Dreams, 2005), heaped praises on his technical prowess. On Invocation those chops are in fine form once again--the richly layered harmonies, the fluidly inventive intensity ...

Whispers The Heart

Label: Elefant Dreams Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Summer Me, Winter Me; Make It Easy On Yourself; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Lonely Town; Springosphere; You Never Come To Me; How Deep Is The Ocean; Quiet Your Thoughts Part 1; Quiet Your Thoughts Part 2; I Should Care; Lullaby For A Young Boy; When Love Was You And Me.

Brightness of Being

Label: Elefant Dreams Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Together; Unchain My Heart; Don't You Worry About a Thing; Breathe; You Don't Know Me; 7 a.m. Special; El Desierto; Dark Eyes of Floria Tosca Part 1-3; Philadelphia; Siberian Passages.

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Chris McNulty: Whispers The Heart

Read "Whispers The Heart" reviewed by Andrew Velez

It's particularly on that '40s Cahn-Stordahl-Weston gem “I Should Care that Aussie songstress Chris McNulty evokes pleasant memories of Anita O'Day and Chris Connor's hip cool. McNulty's voice can soar lightly into upper registers like O'Day's, and she also exudes a kindred innate cheerfulness that never totally disappears, whatever the song. It's especially apparent with her ...

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Chris McNulty: Whispers The Heart

Read "Whispers The Heart" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Whispers The Heart, the sixth album from Chris McNulty, a native-born Australian, continues the positive vibe of last year's Dance Delicioso, with a similar cast of jazz players. McNulty has selected an average collection of tunes, some of which are familiar titles from the Great American Songbook, plus others which make this an interesting package. The ...


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