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Label: Afro~Kats
Released: 2012

Hidden

Label: Jazzit Records
Released: 2007

Hidden

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Innonence Is Bliss; Free To Drive; County E; The Spirit of '96; Molasses; Hidden.

Hidden

Label: Wet Cash Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Hidden; Astor Place; Memory Games; Make Believe; Waterfall; Lorca; Where Do We Go; You Don't Know What Love Is; Hightime.

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David Ullmann: Hidden

Read "Hidden" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Like an ace pitcher, guitarist and composer David Ullmann keeps us on our toes with a wily array of different looks, angles and spins on Hidden. There is a sense of movement throughout the tracks, as if one were wandering through a city and passing through various neighborhoods. Tabla and Fender Rhodes are employed, along with ...

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Lorca

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Label: Wet Cash Records
Released: 2006
Duration: 7:44

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Chris Madsen: Hidden

Read "Hidden" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Hidden is one of those mainstream discs that reminds us that there really is life and originality in accessible jazz. Chris Madsen, an extremely talented composer, makes the flow of each track continually surprising. He is also a deep thinking soloist who refuses to go for the easy lick. The smile factor on ...

Hidden

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005

Hidden

Label: Jazzizit
Released: 0


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