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Home at Last

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Home at Last; Mal-Mal; Name Droppin’; Unconditional Love; Rill-Root; Blues for Jackito; Alma; Sunset; Stride by Stride; Junk.

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Amit Friedman: Home at Last

Read "Home at Last" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Once upon a time, jazz, an American creation, was confined for the most part within its borders. But that was once upon a time. Today, any barriers that once kept jazz within a prescribed realm have long since vanished, and the music Americans once embraced as their own has flourished around the world, performed with increasing ...

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 08:12

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Home At Last

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: Home at Last; You Go to My Head; He Thinks He

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Rosanne Agasee: Home At Last

Read "Home At Last" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Rosanne Agasee has gathered some fine musicians on her debut recording. She has also honed in on jazz standards and pop tunes to showcase her vocals. So far it is all good. If there is one thing that the record proves, it is that Agasee is a pop stylist. She starts out low-key. Her ...

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Home at Last

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003

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Home at Last

Label: Sheer Sound
Released: 2003

Album

Home At Last

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Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Garrett/Wayne/Weisman) - 6:32 2. Alone Together (Dietz/Schwartz) - 8:15 3. My Ideal (Whiting) - 6:51 4. Invitation (Kaper) - 8:21 5. Violets for Your Furs (Dennis) - 5:40 6. Home at Last (Mobley) - 6:55 7. Solar (Davis) - 6:47 8. Estate (Brighetti/Martino) - 6:14 9. End of a Love Affair (Redding) - 5:04 10. Goodbye (Jenkins) - 4:51

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Don Lanphere: Home At Last

Read "Home At Last" reviewed by Joseph Blake


Veteran tenor saxophonist Don Lanphere is a modern Lazarus, a bebop-blowing master brought back to life by Jesus. The 73-year-old Yakima-bred musician was a teenaged fixture on the New York scene during 52nd Street heyday. He made his recording session debut with Max Roach and Fats Navarro in New York in 1948 and hung out with ...


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