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Haiku

Label: Heistheartist
Released: 2020
Track listing: Boom (Remastered); Boom (Love Version); Boom (The Explosion).

Haiku

Label: Nick Phillips Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Haiku; You; Interstellar; The Meaning Of The Blues; Blue Monk; The Setting Sun; Autumn Moon; Winter Butterflies; Heaven; Idyll Surreal; Now And Then.

Haiku

Label: Nick Phillips Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: 1. Haiku (Nick Phillips-Clifford Goldmacher) 2. You (Nick Phillips-Clifford Goldmacher) 3. Interstellar (Jenny Maybee) 4. The Meaning of the Blues (Bobby Troup-Leah Worth) 5. Blue Monk (Thelonious Monk) 6. The Setting Sun (Jenny Maybee) 7. Autumn Moon (Paul Eastburn-Jenny Maybee-Nick Phillips) 8. Winter Butterflies (Jenny Maybee) 9. Heaven (Jenny Maybee) 10. Idyll Surreal (Nick Phillips) 11. Now and Then (Nick Phillips-Jenny Maybee)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jenny Maybee/Nick Phillips: Haiku

Read "Haiku" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Trumpeter Nick Phillips established himself as a great believer in the power of toned-down art when he released the attractively mellow Moment To Moment (Self Produced, 2014) with pianist Cava Menzies. That album retained a magically hushed aura from start to finish, showing Phillips to be a less-is-more artist focused on tracing the curves of a ...

Haiku

Label: Universal Music / AMJ
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Yoake 2. Hej, Przeleciał Ptaszek 3. Dolina 4. Oberek 5. Biel 6. Do Jo Ji 7. O Mój Rozmarynie 8. Pandora 9. Dobro 10. Cyraneczka 11. Kujawiak 12. Yuugure

Haiku

Label: Promising Music/MPS
Released: 2010
Track listing: Children; Blossoming; Water Jewel; Cherry Petals; Forest; Summer Rain; Two Autumns; Mirror Pond of Stars; Parting; Dew.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Ellis: Haiku

Read "Haiku" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Personaggio tra i più originali e atipici del jazz degli anni Sessanta e Settanta, il trombettista e bandleader Don Ellis ha attraversato con la sua musica differenti zone stilistiche, sperimentando metriche complesse e energie jazz-rock in contesti orchestrali e portando le intuizioni della cosiddetta third stream a esiti personalissimi quanto talvolta irrisolti. La Promising Music ristampa ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Ellis: Haiku

Read "Haiku" reviewed by John Kelman

One of the more tragic casualties of the 1970s was Don Ellis. Emerging from the big bands of Maynard Ferguson, Charlie Barnet, and Ray McKinley, the trumpeter began releasing albums under his own name in the early 1960s, distanced from his mentors' more mainstream big band sound. Beginning in small ensembles with free-thinking players such as ...

Haiku

Label: Marsalis Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 Bri's Dance 2 Haiko 3 The Legend of Dan 4 Chopin 5 Just One of Those Things 6 Dienda 7 A Thousand Autumns 8 Dancin' for Singles 9 My One and Only Love 10 Bri's Dance

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joey Calderazzo: Haiku

Read "Haiku" reviewed by Joshua Weiner

Until the recording of his new album Haiku , Joey Calderazzo was, he has admitted, frightened by the total exposure of solo piano performance. Indeed, such solo work is daunting to most pianists, particularly in jazz, where the rhythm provided by bass and drums is so integral to the music's movement and swing. Calderazzo, however, exhibits ...


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