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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Duration: 05:56

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010

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Label: MAXJAZZ
Released: 2006
Track listing: Stablemates; Kokomo; I.C.H.N. (For Herbie Nichols); Hymn; Why?; 26-2; Wish (For My Father); Easy To Remember; I Got Nothing; Is That; Ornate.

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Here

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Mestropholis; Gramps; Bust-Your-Butt Falls; Six Seven; TGV; The Sneaky Two; February Jenny; Tune For Amy; Here.

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Ernesto Cervini: Here

Read "Here" reviewed by Budd Kopman


The tone of Here is set by the first crackling track, “Mestropholis," a driving modal tune which showcases Mike Murley (who seems to be everywhere at the moment) on soprano saxophone. Full of energy, Ernesto Cervini pushes the entire band with razor-sharp cymbal work and light but incisive drums. Cervini is the drummer ...

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Eric Reed: Here

Read "Here" reviewed by J Hunter


"Here. This moment. Right now. That's not just a message inside the jewel case for Here, Eric Reed's new CD; it's also a mission statement. The opener, “Stablemates, reveals a team working together towards a common goal. Reed's trio takes the Benny Golson standard to a more intimate level, while still preserving the ebullient feel of ...

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Eric Reed: Here

Read "Here" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Throughout this studio session, Eric Reed shows why many critics consider him to be one of the top pianists of his generation. Well-accompanied by bassist Rodney Whitaker and drummer Willie Jones III, Reed kicks off with a lively interpretation of Benny Golson's jazz standard “Stablemates, on which the shadings and pulse of the rhythm section complement ...

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Eric Reed: Here

Read "Here" reviewed by Robert R. Calder


Eric Reed's gifts have never been in doubt, whether playing Scott Joplin's “Maple Leaf Rag" on a Wynton Marsalis educational video--or very original swing piano, deliberately jazzless gospel or conteporary jazz in duet with the neglected Johnny O'Neal on the ad lib concert released as Rockin' the Spirit (Chesky, 2005). He was a standout on Joe ...

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Eric Reed: Here

Read "Here" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Pianist Eric Reed is one of the most articulate and intelligent ambassadors of jazz performing today. His 21st Century recordings Happiness, From My Heart, Mercy and Grace, E-Bop, and Merry Magic show Reed fully formed and creatively fluid. Add to these thoughts bassist Rodney Whitaker and drummer Willie Jones III, and the jazz listenership receives the ...


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