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Fellowship

Label: Self-Released
Released: 2020
Track listing: Back Home; Through the Looking Glass; Mary Had a Little Lamb; Tributary; Legacy; Tidal Ways (Bonus Track)

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Fellowship

Label: Eclipse Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Thang (intro); Manago Blues; A Second Notice (feat.Paleface); Wisdom, Federer; Two Step (Honaunau Bay); Capricorn; Unexpected Twist of Fate (feat.Paleface); Godspeed.

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Glenn Zaleski: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Originario del Massachusetts, il pianista Glenn Zaleski è uno dei giovani talenti emergenti sulla scena newyorchese. Questo Fellowship è il suo secondo lavoro, sempre per Sunnyside, dopo My Ideal, del 2015. Si tratta in buona sostanza di un classico esempio di piano trio, dall'impostazione piuttosto tradizionale, ma diversamente dal precedente album, basato su standard ...

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Fellowship

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Table Talk; Westinghouse; Is That So; Fellowship; Out Front; Homestead; Lifetime; Central Park West; P.S.

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Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 06:22

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Glenn Zaleski: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Ever overcook a dish? The end result is usually dry and wilted. How about undercooking? Has one of your meals ever succumbed to that fate? If it has, you've probably been disappointed by the raw and shapeless dish sitting before you. In composition, as in cooking, you need to find the perfect temperature that sits between ...

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Fellowship

Label: Verve Records
Released: 2010

Album

Fellowship

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Nameless Child (Berger) - 20:09; 02. Nightmare (Jörgensmann) - 18:43; 03. I twill come (Carter) - 18:33

Album

Fellowship

Label: Hat Hut Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Nameless Child; Nightmare; It Will Come.

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Theo Jorgensmann: Fellowship

Read "Fellowship" reviewed by Brad Glanden


Free jazz arrangements often spurn the development of form and structure, deriving their complexity from inter-ensemble relationships. The specter of 1960s collective improvisation looms large over Theo Jörgensmann's Fellowship. Though the compositions are founded on epigrammatic themes, they weave an intricate framework for moment-to-moment interaction. The members of the clarinetist's conceptually sophisticated sextet bring six different ...


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