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From There To Here

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 95 to 64; Miller Time; Zona Mona; From There To Here; It's Like That; Idle Time; The Other One; Brand New Year; Waiting; Superbone Meets the Bud Man; Slings and Arrows.

From There to Here

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2012

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Budman/Levy Orchestra: From There To Here

Read "From There To Here" reviewed by Edward Blanco

An appropriately-titled debut from the Budman/Levy Orchestra, From There To Here features 24 of the finest players in the Los Angeles area, plus a four-piece string section, superbly interpreting twelve compositions from composer/arranger/trombonist/co-leader Jeremy Levy co-leader of the group. San Franciscan saxophonist Alex Budman is the other leader of an ensemble formed in 2007 and, like ...

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The Other One

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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 6:36

From There To Here

Label: Destin-E Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: My Mrs; Somebody Backstage (Danzon); Rumbiando; Just Like U; You Are Too Beautiful; Apunta Un Lapiz; Swings And Roundabouts; Talking Bata; Think Carefully; Motherland Pulse.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Omar Puente: From There To Here

Read "From There To Here" reviewed by Chris May

Originally a classical violinist--before settling in England in 1997 he was first violin with the Nacional Symphony Orquestra in his native Cuba--Omar Puente has since focused on modern Cuban music and jazz, exploring the mutalities of the two traditions, and increasingly favoring an electric instrument. From There To Here is, remarkably given Puente's distinguished guest artist ...

From There To Here

Label: Sony Music
Released: 1998

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kyle Eastwood: From There To Here

Read "From There To Here" reviewed by Jim Santella

When Kyle Eastwood’s quartet performed in Southern California three years ago the bassist proved to audiences that his focus was on the melody. Playing standards such as “Body And Soul," “All The Things You Are," and “In A Sentimental Mood," the leader was careful to state the melodies first and let them settle before launching into ...


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