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Islands

Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2016

Islands

Label: BHM Productions
Released: 2012

Islands

Label:
Released: 1998
Track listing: Half Circle, Half Square; Archipelago; No One to Tell; Watch You Fly; Where We're From; Bright Spot; If You Ask; 3 Faces; North.

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Sean Driscoll Group: Islands

Read "Islands" reviewed by Ed Kopp

One of 12 bands to win Musician Magazine's “Best Unsigned Band Contest" in 1997, the Sean Driscoll Group is a jazz-fusion outfit fronted by guitarist-composer Sean Driscoll, yet another attendee of the Berklee School of Music in Boston. His group consists of six young musicians from four countries -- the U.S., Mexico, Sweden and Venezuela -- ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sean Driscoll: Islands

Read "Islands" reviewed by Jim Santella

The Sean Driscoll Group plays contemporary jazz with a myriad of sounds that are familiar to us all: the snappy electric bass in the background, the melodic saxophone that weaves its tale up front, the evenly-keeled piano, the natural timbre of congas, the coloring pulse of the drummer, the keyboard that can sound like different instruments, ...

Islands

Label: Sonar Kollektiv
Released: 1976


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