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Eternal

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Saga Of Harrison Crabfeathers; A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing; What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?; Where Is Love?; You Are There; Stardust; Nature Boy; Yesterday I Heard The Rain; Love Came On Stealthy Fingers; On A Clear Day; With Every Breath I Take; Boulevard Of Broken Dreams.

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Chris McNulty: Eternal

Read "Eternal" reviewed by Blaine Fallis

Losing a child. The pain can't be explained, although a close personal friend of ours lost their first born during childbirth. After the months of preparation, the painting of rooms, the choosing of a name. In response to their loss, they built a gorgeous rose garden, and placed poetic emblems on the back fence. And our ...

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Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2015
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Chris McNulty: Eternal

Read "Eternal" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Eternal is a work of love and loss, a celebration of life, and a poignant piece of artistic expression. Vocalist Chris McNulty crafted this album as a tribute to her son, Sam, who passed away in 2011. This album took shape in the days following Hurricane Sandy in 2012, as McNulty, with no ...

Eternal

Label: Marsalis Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1.The Ruby and the Pearl 2. Reika's Loss 3. Gloomy Sunday 4. The Lonely Swan 5. "Dinner for One Please, James 6. Muldoon 7. Eternal

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Branford Marsalis Quartet: Eternal

Read "Eternal" reviewed by John Kelman

When you hear that an artist is doing a ballad record, the first thing that comes to mind is “accessible product, commercial album for the masses." And, truth be told, some records seem to fit that description perfectly--Michael Brecker's Nearness of You: The Ballad Book , for example, sported an ace team of players but was ...

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Branford Marsalis Quartet: Eternal

Read "Eternal" reviewed by Jim Santella

Branford Marsalis is a deeply romantic artist. His isn't the kind of Pollyanna disposition, where everything seems rosy and bright no matter what others may think. Maybe Jay Leno's viewers had that misconception. No, this Marsalis is a deep thinker who respects his relationships with others enough to consider their intellect while baring his soul. This ...

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Branford Marsalis: Eternal

Read "Eternal" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

It takes skill to perform a jazz ballad effectively. It's one thing to burn notes with rapid-fire precision, yet another to explore the intricacies of slower ones. Not only is the music a factor, but the dynamics of mood, style, and emotion also come into play. There have been many jazz ballad recordings and now one ...


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