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Halfway There

Label: GAS
Released: 2015

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

M'Balia: Halfway There

Read "Halfway There" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Halfway There is the debut recording of one Philadelphia- native M'Balia Singley, a talented singer matriculating from Yale with a degree in history and Temple with one in law. That is an embarrassment of riches. But can counselor Singley translate all of this brain power into music? Her life arc had her practicing law and raising ...

Isthmus

Label: GAS
Released: 1998

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Clark / Thorne / Fell: Isthmus

Read "Isthmus" reviewed by Robert Spencer

In the liner notes to this unique recording, violinist Graham Clark explains that his trio's idea was to “produce some beautiful and interesting music without having written anything beforehand. This is a 'warts and all' recording." Maybe, but it is largely wart-free. Clark, bassist Jon Thorne and drummer Milo Fell are remarkably attuned to one another. ...

Isthmus

Label: GAS
Released: 1997


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