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Samuel Mösching

Samuel Mösching is a professional guitarist, composer and bandleader who has headlined performances internationally, including in the U.S., Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, England and Argentina, being accompanied by illustrious artists like John Stowell, Mars Williams, Rusty Jones, Gerry Hemingway, Maggie Brown, Vincent Davis, Jimmy Bennington, Reuben Gingrich, Jim Baker, Zeshan B & The Transistors, Jonas Tauber, Lola Regenthal and Cormac McCarthy. The long list of venues and festivals include the Blue Note and the Lincoln Center in NYC, Ravinia, The Chicago Jazz Festival, The Hyde Park Jazz Festival, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the Constellation, Bonnaroo Festival, Late Night with Stephen Colbert at the Ed Sullivan Theater, and Cliff Bells in Detroit. As a composer, he has written hundreds of pieces mostly in jazz and modern classical context

Island

Label: Artists House
Released: 2004
Track listing: Before the First Time; 114; Where Do We Go From Here?; Song for Kenny; Upstairs with Beatrice; Island; Strange One.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler: Island

Read "Island" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Veterans Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler explore shared sensibilities on Island, a collection that could have fit comfortably in Wheeler’s ECM catalogue, but instead spearheads the resuscitated Artists House label. Although they’ve not recorded together before, they set eachother up and finish eachother’s thoughts like a long married couple. The island in question seems more north ...

Island

Label: New World Records
Released: 2003

Island

Label: Cristal Records
Released: 1989


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