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Forest of Oblivion

Label: Pirouet Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Two Questions One Answer; Forest of Oblivion; Hand Jive; Interlude; Phasen; Melody; Vertigo; Pajaro Triste; Ana Maria; Phase II.

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Pablo Held: Forest Of Oblivion

Read "Forest Of Oblivion" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Pianist Pablo Held showed early promise by winning three Young Jazz Musician competitions in Germany, the first when he was just 13. He then went into august company playing with the WDR Big Band and trumpeter Manfred Schoof. On Forest of Oblivion, his first as a leader, Held shows just why he has been such a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pablo Held: Forest of Oblivion

Read "Forest of Oblivion" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

In every review of Pablo Held's debut, Forest of Oblivion, the pianist's age will be discussed. Don't blame the writers. Held, hailing from Germany, was born in 1986. His age, at the time the CD was recorded, was 21. It's a remarkably tender age for having crafted an original musical statement; it's even more remarkable for ...

Forest Of Oblivion

Label: Unit Records
Released: 2008


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