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Reeds and Keys

Label: Jazz Friends Productions
Released: 2003

Album

Jazzy's Dance

Label: Jazz Friends Productions
Released: 2001
Track listing: This Can't Be Love*; My Babe#; Old Devil Moon#; Silly Wabbit*; You've Changed#; Backup*; Jazzy's Dance#; These Are Soulful Days*; Blues in the Closet#; Peace#

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Nicholas Hoffman: Jazzy's Dance

Read "Jazzy's Dance" reviewed by Dave Nathan


A native Chicagoan now living on the West Coast, this is guitarist Nicholas Hoffman's second album. But his Chicago roots have followed him to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. While in the Windy City, Hoffman was influenced by those who played on the blues sides, especially sax men Von Freeman and Bunky Green. Hoffman returns ...

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Balaena

Label: Jazz Friends Productions
Released: 2000
Track listing: Pie Crust; Cable Waltz; Blues Work; Song For Pres; Blues in Fourths; Balaena; Blues a Hoy; In Walked Bish

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[Balaena]

Label: Jazz Friends Productions
Released: 2000
Track listing: Pie Crust; Cable Waltz; Blues Work; Song For Pres; Blues In Fourths; Balaena; Blues A Hoy; In Walked Bish. (Total Time: 74:31)

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Ricky Ford: [Balaena]

Read "[Balaena]" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Heldentenor Veteran Tenorist Rick Ford debuts of Jazz Friends with a solid live set supported by a truly all-star rhythm section of George Cables; Cecil McBee, and Ed Thigpen. This release is made up of mostly extended pieces where Ford shows his depth and breadth form Dexter Gordon passing through Sonny Rollins on his way to ...

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Ricky Ford Quartet: Balaena

Read "Balaena" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Ricky Ford is a gifted, if underrated veteran tenor saxophonist who has been making records for some twenty-five years now. He carries forth the tenor tradition with a big sound reminiscent of Dexter Gordon and Sonny Rollins, but with a style that employs harmony and meter in such a way that distinguishes him from his predecessors. ...


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