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Lights And Shadows

Label: Boxholder Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bells; Flakes; From Different Lands; Enomis; Lights and Shadows; What You Doing?; Dreams.

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Bobby Few: Lights and Shadows

Read "Lights and Shadows" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Bobby Few has had an impressive career as a pianist. Though he studied classical music, he weaned himself from that when he first heard jazz. His playing now rides several styles that open in a swell of harmonic inventions and rich chord structures. His ability has seen him in the comfort zone with Steve Lacy, Archie ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bobby Few: Lights and Shadows

Read "Lights and Shadows" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Count pianist Bobby Few as one of those jazz artists deserving more recognition. Chalk his low profile up to expatriation--he's lived in Paris since 1969. Unless you've followed the career of Albert Ayler--Few played on Ayler's Music is the Healing Force of the Universe (Impulse!, 1969)--or soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy (Few was the pianist in Lacy's ...


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