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Somewhere In The Night

Label: Kind of Blue Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Teddy; Little B's Poem; SKJ; Take The Coltrane; Wise One; Somewhere In The Night; My Foolish Heart; S'Wonderful.

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Nino Rota

Label: Kind of Blue Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: La Strada; Juliet of the Spirits--Rugiada Sui Ranocchi; Juliet of the Spirits--Teatrino Delle Suore; The Godfather--Theme; The Godfather--Waltz; Nights of Cabiria; La Dolce Vita--Suite 1; Romeo and Juliet--A Time for Us; I Vitelloni; Amarcord; La Dolce Vita--Suite 2; The Acrobat (From 7 Pieces for Children).

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Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases of 2012

Read "Dan McClenaghan's Best Releases of 2012" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Scores of excellent CDs were released in 2012. These are some of the finest. Click on the CD titles for more in depth reviews. Hal Galper Airegin Revisited Origin Records Pianist Hal Galper has been delving deeply into his rubato explorations of the standards, along with his ...

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Bobby Hutcherson: Somewhere In The Night

Read "Somewhere In The Night" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The elder statesman of the vibraphone and the fastest gun in organ town don't seem like ideal partners on paper, but on record they gel quite well. Blue Note vibraphone icon Bobby Hutcherson and the fleet-fingered Joey DeFrancesco initially teamed up for the organist's Organic Vibes (Concord, 2006), and their chemistry was so strong that they ...

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Mark Soskin: Nino Rota

Read "Nino Rota" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Mark Soskin is probably best known for his work with saxophone legend Sonny Rollins. As Rollins' pianist from 1978 to 1991, he contributed to a string of several marvelous CD releases on the Milestone label. These included Dancing in the Dark (1987), which opened with a masterfully straightforward cover of the pop song, “Just Once," that ...

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Consort in Motion

Label: Kind of Blue Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Lamento della Ninfa; Reflections on Piagn'e Sospira; Reflections on Toccata; Passacaglia; Ritornello;Si Dolce e l'Tormento; Balletto Secondo--Retirata; Reflections on Vespro della Beata Vergine; Ritornello; Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria--Atto Quatro, scene II.

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Samuel Blaser: Consort in Motion

Read "Consort in Motion" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


There is something positively celestial about Consort in Motion. It's like listening to a soundtrack of the workings of a Jovian planetary system: a substantial mass in the middle (Samuel Blaser's trombone), orbiting moons and scatterings of interplanetary debris (bass and drums); and flashes and sparkles twinkling off of space dust (piano), with things making sense ...

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Samuel Blaser: Consort in Motion

Read "Consort in Motion" reviewed by Troy Collins


Initially defined by composer Gunther Schuller in the late 1950s as a synthesis of jazz improvisation and classical composition, the Third Stream movement has since drifted into relative obscurity. However, in the ensuing decades the milieu has provided fertile ground for a number of visionary artists to make bold statements. The increasingly commonplace role of conservatory ...

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Wise One

Label: Kind of Blue Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Wise One; Like Sonny; Aisha; Equinox; All Or Nothing At All; Nancy (With The Laughing Face); Spiritual; Out Of This World; Dear Lord.

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Bobby Hutcherson: Wise One

Read "Wise One" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Recently named NEA Jazz Master, Bobby Hutcherson has an extensive discography, though opportunities to record as a leader have slowed a good bit since the dawn of the 21st century. Hutcherson is still very much an important vibraphonist, as this excellent tribute to John Coltrane reveals. All nine songs were either written or recorded by Coltrane, ...


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