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Inner Urge

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Inner Urge, 2. Isotope, 3. El Barrio, 4. You Know I Care, 5. Night and Day

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Joe Henderson: Inner Urge

Read "Inner Urge" reviewed by Norman Weinstein

This brilliant remastering of saxophonist Joe Henderson's most emotionally urgent album also raises the possibity that it is the ultimate showcase of his distinguished career. The deference to Coltrane is obvious: pianist McCoy Tyner and drummer Elvin Jones are on board on every selection, although shifting their styles to mesh with Henderson. The deference to Getz ...

Inner Urge

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Released: 2001
Track listing: Compulsion*, Abra Cadabra, Inner Urge, Tonk, Dolphin Dance, Allegra

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Larry Coryell: Inner Urge

Read "Inner Urge" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Without a second thought, jazz listeners acknowledge Larry Coryell’s prowess on the guitar. But ask one of those listeners to name one recent Larry Coryell performance they have attended or one tune he has recorded within the past decade, and you may get a blank stare. That’s because Larry Coryell--unlike, for example, John Scofield or Pat ...


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