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In The Pocket

Label: Amerigo Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: In The Pocket; Kelneka; McEljim; 4 D's and a G; Emma's Song; Lights Out; All the Way; A Sometime Thing; Waitin' for the Ice Cream Man; In The Pocket; Emma's Song-Reprise.

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The Miles Donahue Quintet: In The Pocket

Read "In The Pocket" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


In contrast with the contemporaneous release Bounce, In the Pocket shows a different side of the saxonphonist, trumpeter and composer Miles Donahue. Donahue has assembled a bigger combo with even more firepower on this session, including tenor player Jerry Bergonzi, pianist Fred Hersch, bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Jamey Haddad. They are joined by guitarist Kurt ...

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In the Pocket

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: In the Pocket, I Could Write a Book, Secret Love, Central Park West, Hard times, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, More Than a Friend, Kickin' Back, In a Sentimental Mood

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All The Way Live

Label: In The Pocket
Released: 2004
Track listing: Disc One: Lasiti, M

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Vinyl: All The Way Live

Read "All The Way Live" reviewed by Dennis Cook


When a band can gather guests like organist Bernie Worrell, blues great Sugar Pie DeSanto, Son of Champlin Terry Haggerty, and bassist Rob Wasserman for a live album, it's usually worth a spin or two to see what all this high-powered talent sees in it. Vinyl, hailing from the San Francisco Bay region, play the entire ...

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John Hines: In The Pocket

Read "In The Pocket" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


A debut recording is always interesting. John Hines’ first is by and large a good debut, except for a couple of awkward moments where he gets heavy handed and congeals his playing. This happens on “In a Sentimental Mood,” which is weighed down by the tack he takes. Sentiment need not be down in the dumps. ...

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John Hines: In The Pocket

Read "In The Pocket" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


In the Pocket is a straight-ahead trombone album from John Hines. The majority of this group is from the Denver, Colorado area. Hines shows a good mix of nine standards, jazz standards and original tunes from keyboardist Michael Pagan. The opening title track, written by Hines, typifies the session with a bright melody line. ...

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John Hines: In the Pocket

Read "In the Pocket" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The title tune on trombonist John Hines' In the Pocket had me mulling over comparisons with—of course—the late trombone master J.J. Johnson. And I felt that where Mr. Johnson romanced the listener, charmed the ears with subtle sweet somethings, John Hines' approach was more like a sermon—an upbeat, life-affirming, straightforward exhortation. A fine, driving piece of ...

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In The Pocket

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2003

Album

In The Pocket

Label: Amerigo Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: In The Pocket, Kelneka, McEjim, 4 D's and a G, Emma's Song, Lights Out, All the Way, A Sometime thing, Waitin' for the Ice Cream Man, In the Pocket, Emma's Song-reprise


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