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Going Home

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Manifold; I Never Knew; Why Me; Stars Fell on Alabama; Legend; One Way; My Foolish Heart; Mike's Song; Going Home.

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Joey Calderazzo: Going Home

Read "Going Home" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

Un senso di ordine e precisione, di pertinenza linguistica agli schemi del bop e del post bop infondono in Going Home un carattere di immacolato rigore espressivo. Collaboratore abituale di noti ed importanti musicisti mainstream americani-- tra i quali Jerry Bergonzi, Bob Mintzer, Michael Brecker e Branford Marsalis, quest'ultimo ospite nella garbata ballad “I ...

Going Home

Label: Which Way Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Hornsby; The (Other) Road Home; Desertation; Exaltation; Sevamba; St Ali; Strange Loops; Redsette; Something Something; Pushka; RE: Song I Knew; Three Miles Big; Affirmation.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

FGHR: Going Home

Read "Going Home" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

When French philosopher Roland Barthes (1915-1980) wrote about photography in his 1971 essay “The Third Meaning," he conceptualized how an image is perceived not only as something that belongs to a recognizable reality but also as something that carries a meaning that lies beyond what can be put into words; what he called “the third meaning." ...

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Label: Which Way Music
Released: 2009
Duration: 5:31

Going Home

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Judy; You?d Be So Nice To Come Home To; Shohola Song; Home; On The Road; Shoho Love Song; Nosey Neighbors; In Her Arms; Comin? Home Baby; Going Home; I?m A Homebody. (Total Time 62:18).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Mays Trio: Going Home

Read "Going Home" reviewed by Jim Santella

Dedicated to the memory of Shelly Manne, Red Mitchell and Jimmy Rowles, Bill Mays' thirteenth album as leader features straight-ahead jazz adventures with mellow overtones. While each of the three veteran artists making up this piano trio have been known to stretch out on occasion, their Going Home session simmers gently with a rustic quality.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Bill Mays Trio: Going Home

Read "Going Home" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Bill Mays spent the majority of 1970s accompanying Sarah Vaughan and Al Jarreau. Lately he has performing on film scores. His talent in these settings is understated and perhaps one must first approach Mr. Mays's art from Live At Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume 26 (Concord Jazz CCD 4567, 1992). On Going Home, Mr. Mays is joined ...

Going Home

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2002


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