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Greg Ward & 10 Tongues

Featuring the music of Greg Ward
Duration: 6:14

Album release concert for "Touch My Beloved's Thoughts" (Greenleaf Music) at Jazz Gallery on July 8, 2016 featuring Greg Ward: saxophone (alto); Lucas Pino: saxophone (tenor); Keefe Jackson: saxophone (baritone); Russ Johnson: trumpet; Ben LaMar Gay: cornet; Max Seigal: trombone; Willie Appelwhite: trombone; Dennis Luxion: piano; Jason Roebke: bass; Kenneth Salters: drums.
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Greg Ward & 10 Tongues: Touch My Beloved's Thought

Read "Touch My Beloved's Thought" reviewed by Vic Albani

Tanti ma tanti anni fa, di passaggio da quelle parti per un giro chicagoano, mi domandai cosa cavolo potesse lasciare ai posteri un posto come Peoria (capitale dell'omonima contea) a parte un celebre discorso di Abramo Lincoln del 1864 sulla schiavitù e i diritti del popolo nero, l'aver dato i natali a un paio di discreti ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Greg Ward & 10 Tongues: Touch My Beloved's Thought

Read "Touch My Beloved's Thought" reviewed by Mark Corroto

To describe saxophonist Greg Ward's Touch My Beloved's Thought as his magnum opus is to impede his development as a composer. Let's just say for many a jazz artist, if this recording were included in their discography, it would be their signature piece. For Ward, it just represents the possibilities. The backstory to this ...


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