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Jeff Libman

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The Nash Second Anniversary in Phoenix

Read "The Nash Second Anniversary in Phoenix" reviewed by Patricia Myers


The Nash Second Anniversary The Nash/Private Home Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona October 31, November 1-2, 2014 There's something about the way Lewis Nash plays drums. No, there's everything about the way he plays drums--selectively, tastefully, underplaying vs. bombastic; in a word, elegantly. Nash's classy combination of swing and sophistication was abundantly evident during ...

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Not Even the Rain

Label: Tempest Recording
Released: 2008
Track listing: Tangerine; Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow; Only the Lonely; Candle Wax; Too Beautiful; All through the Night; I'm Old fashioned; Come and Go

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Jeff Libman: Not Even the Rain

Read "Not Even the Rain" reviewed by Larry Taylor


Not Even the Rain, guitarist Jeff Libman's debut CD, is both pleasant and stimulating. It contains creative solos by Libman and Hammond B3 organist Michael Kocour, with drummer Shaun Lowecki providing terrific backing. As well as being a talented composer and arranger, Libman--who hails from Phoenix, Arizona--teaches music at the college level. ...

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yaya: yaya

Read "yaya" reviewed by Jeff Libman


It is exceptionally rare for me to like every song on an album, but such is the case with yaya3, an album doomed to relative obscurity by the anonymity of its name. One might miss the small type on the back of the CD jewel case reading “Produced by Sam Yahel, Joshua Redman, and Brian Blade.” ...

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Pat Metheny Group: Speaking of Now

Read "Speaking of Now" reviewed by Jeff Libman


Speaking of Now is burdened by following what may have been the Pat Metheny Group's most creative and exemplary album, Imaginary Day. For the first time in almost 20 years, there is a change in the band's core membership. Gone is Paul Wertico and his crystalline ride cymbal work, as integral to the Metheny sound as ...


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