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Live at MCG

Label: MCG Jazz
Released: 2009
Track listing: Maiden Voyage; Cut; All Blues; Mine Is Yours; Beyond the Line; New Age.

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David Liebman Group: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by John Kelman


It may not possess the same visibility as other longstanding groups like the Dave Holland Quintet or Oregon, and saxophonist Dave Liebman's Group hasn't completely avoided flux. Marko Marcinko replaced drummer Jamey Haddad a few years back, and Phil Markowitz's departure trimmed the group from a quintet to a quartet, even though the keyboardist continues collaborating ...

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Live at MCG

Label: Cornerstone Records Inc.
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Stompin at the Savoy (B. Goodman/C. Webb/E. Sampson); 02. Just You Just Me (J. Greer); 03. Darn That Dream (J. Van Hausen/E. Delange); 04. All The Things You Are (J. Kerne/O. Hammertsein); 05. Laura (J. Mercer/D. Raskin); 06. Line for Lyons (G. Muligan); 07. Body and Soul (E. Heyman/R. Sour/F. Eyton/G. Greene); 08. Indiana Back (J. Hanley); 09. Come Sunday (D. Ellington). 10. Capricious (B. Taylor).

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Billy Taylor - Gerry Mulligan: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Sono otto gli standard e due le composizioni originali di questa ottima incisione del ’93, firmata dall’inedito duo Mulligan/Taylor. Incontri come questo, all’insegna del bel suonare, imperversano da sempre nei festival e nella produzione discografica. A rendere interessante l’ascolto del disco è la classe immensa del magnifico baritonista. È una vera goduria per il fortunato acquirente ...

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Live at MCG

Label: MCG Jazz
Released: 2007
Track listing: Stompin' at the Savoy; Just You Just Me; Darn That Dream; All the Things You Are; Laura; Line for Lyons; Body and Soul; (Back Home Again In) Indiana; Come Sunday; Capricious.

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Billy Taylor and Gerry Mulligan: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


The typical jazz listener easily tires of hearing standards covered by newer artists. However, it's occasionally good to hear the masters revisit some of these old compositions--a way of staying connected. Jazz legends Billy Taylor and Gerry Mulligan have done that with Live at MCG. The Manchester Craftsmen's Guild is a non-profit organization in Pittsburgh, USA ...

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Billy Taylor and Gerry Mulligan: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by Joel Roberts


Dr. Billy Taylor has spent so much of the latter part of his nearly sixty-year career in jazz as an educator and broadcaster that it's easy to forget what a brilliant pianist he is. This splendid 1993 date, billed as his first-ever performance with the late baritone sax legend Gerry Mulligan, should serve as a reminder ...

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Live at MCG

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005
Track listing: Georgia; Jody Grind; Nature Boy; Lullabye of the Leaves; Silver Celebration; Captain Bill; Mood Indigo; Evidence; Eternal Triangle; Squatty Roo.

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Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by Jim Santella


You can feel the echoes of Woody Herman, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington in every song that the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra interprets. You can feel the cool swing of Henry Mancini and the hard bop syncopation of Horace Silver too. And, of course, you can feel the all-star quality that this big band brings with it ...

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Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Live at MCG

Read "Live at MCG" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


It's not easy to top a live performance by a big band at the Manchester's Craftsman's Guild. The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra continues the tradition of creating some of the grooviest, swinging jazz to hit the CD racks in recent memory. And that says a lot, considering what's out there. With Live at MCG, the band celebrates ...


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