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First Date

Label: Chickadisc
Released: 2019
Track listing: Awakening; Little 'e'; Give the Drummer's Sum; 8 x 12; Magical Space; Time for the Blues; Toms for Talia; Cowboys & Africans; Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise.

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First Date

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Be Bop; Ceora; Sumpn

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Flutology: First Date

Read "First Date" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Veteran Frank Wess keeps the tenor saxophone aside and picks up his flutes to frontline this recording with Ali Ryerson and Holly Hofman. The three bring in a large measure of charm, the selections boasting both original material and covers, aided by a rhythm section that cleaves to their intent. And it is to their credit ...

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First Date

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Be Bop, 2. Ceora, 3. Sump' Went Wrong, 4. Rainesville, 5. This I Dig of You, 6. Pretty Is, 7. Equal Parts, 8. A Child is Borm, 9. Flutopia.

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First Date

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Be Bop (Harris/Parker) - 6:32 2. Ceora (Morgan) - 6:54 3. Sumpn' Went Wrong (Wess) - 6:34 4. Rainesville (Grolnick) - 8:41 5. This I Dig of You (Mobley) - 4:40 6. Pretty Is (Wess) - 5:01 7. Equal Parts (Wess) - 3:36 8. A Child Is Born (Jones) - 4:14 9. Flutopia (Cunliffe) - 6:24

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Frank Wess & Flutology: First Date

Read "First Date" reviewed by Russ Musto


If you like flutes this record may already be familiar; but if you're one of those listeners who's a little shy when it comes to the instrument some feel is too “pretty" for real jazz, this disc could well be the perfect first date. Flutology features veteran flautist Frank Wess - the musician who first popularized ...

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Flutology: First Date

Read "First Date" reviewed by Norman Weinstein


Flutology is a new sextet powered by three remarkable flute masters, the most famous being Frank Wess. Wess brought a sparkling flute sound to Count Basie's 1953 big band, and here he emerges a half century later in a small group setting more bop-centered than swing-focused. With Holly Hofman on C flute and Ali Ryerson on ...

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First Date

Label: Maxanter Records
Released: 1996


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