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Face In The Mirror

Label: Nine Winds Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Fire Storms; The Mentor (To James Newton); Tell Your Story (To Meade Lux Lewis); Nobody's Song But Kenny's (To Kenny Wheeler); Bell Chimes In (To Lori Bell); Two Witnesses; By His Wounds We Are Healed; He Who Is Acquainted With Sorrow; Sounds Like; Mingus Meditations; Gethsemane.

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Rick Helzer: Face in the Mirror

Read "Face in the Mirror" reviewed by Michael Davis

When the South Bay-based trio Big World broke up in the early '90s, many local jazz fans were disappointed, feeling that, even after two good albums, the band's potential hadn't really been reached. Yet now, in 2005, it would appear that all three musicians are playing some of the best music of their lives. Tenor saxophonist ...

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Rick Helzer: Face In The Mirror

Read "Face In The Mirror" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Rick Helzer, composer/pianist/author and Associate Director of Jazz Studies at San Diego State University, displays a complex yet delectably attainable approach to modern jazz. With perennial poll winner James Newton appearing on flute on selected works, the various ensemble alignments provide a discerning glimpse into Helzer's linearly designed and lyrically rich compositional style. Helzer ...


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