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As You Like

Label: Jazz Eyes
Released: 2011
Track listing: All The Things You Are; Played Twice; Guinnevere; Will Call; Days of Old; As You Like; At Sundown; Minor Shuffle; Isotope.


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BANN: As You Like

Read "As You Like" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

What happens when you put four distinct voices--each one equally powerful--together in an ensemble? The chance that they will pull in different directions is quite real. The fact that the repertoire is as exciting as it is challenging is also quite the lure to fly in the face of convention, even if the rest of the ...


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BANN: As You Like

Read "As You Like" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Not to be confused with the British Association of Neuroscience Nurses, or the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, BANN--the brainchild of drummer Adam Nussbaum--is a quartet which nevertheless matches brain with brawn. Saxophonist Seamus Blake, bassist Jay Anderson, Nussbaum and guitarist Oz Noy pool their initials and their considerable individual talents, to create a vibrant, swinging ...


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BANN: As You Like

Read "As You Like" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

BANN came together in 2007, combining the experienced rhythm section of bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Adam Nussbaum with the younger duo of guitarist Oz Noy and tenor player Seamus Blake. While the band has been busy playing live on the European scene it's taken almost four years for its debut album, recorded in May 2009, ...


You've Got a Friend

Label: Jazz Eyes
Released: 2009
Track listing: You've Got a Friend; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Fool On the Hill; Think of One; Sweet and Lovely; Nothing Like You; Cheryl.


Live in Italy

Label: Jazz Eyes
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD1: The Jupiter Line; Way Out of Willy; String Quartet in G Minor; Fear of Roaming. CD2: The Feeling of Jazz; Spacing; Ladeirinha; Darn That Dream; Dance Me Home.

Article: Album Review

Seamus Blake Quartet: Live In Italy

Read "Live In Italy" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ecco un'altro bell'esempio di lungimiranza produttiva che viene da Palermo e dovrebbe far riflettere sulle tante eccellenze che operano nel nostro Sud. Il piccolo tour italiano di Seamus Blake del febbraio 2007 sarebbe passato inosservato se i nastri di quei concerti non avessere trovato la piccola etichetta palermitana Music Eyes che fa capo ai produttori Toni ...


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Seamus Blake: Live in Italy

Read "Live in Italy" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

Seamus Blake displays impressive talent as a tenor saxophonist, composer and leader on Live in Italy, a double CD documenting his quartet's tour through various cities in 2007, where audiences were treated to an eclectic blend of dynamic originals and standards. Originals like “The Jupiter Line," “Way Out of Willy" and “Fear of ...


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Bridge Over Troubled Water

Label: Jazz Eyes
Released: 2009
Duration: 7:44


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Jazz Eyes: Eyes and Ears Wide Open

Read "Jazz Eyes: Eyes and Ears Wide Open" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

In jazz, spontaneity is essential. It can also be useful when setting up a label. So it's no great coincidence that, once the Italian jazz enthusiasts Paolo Siculiana and Toti Cannistraro realized they both loved the production and distribution of records, their Jazz Eyes label rapidly became a reality. “The story starts on a dark night," ...


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