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Live at the Cellar

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013

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Live At The Cellar

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2006
Track listing: Backstage Sally; King For A Day; Back At The Sugar Shack; That Old Feeling; Maybe Yes, Maybe No; Caribbean Fire Dance; Open Book; Crowder.

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Ugetsu: Live At The Cellar

Read "Live At The Cellar" reviewed by Nic Jones


A band which names itself after an Art Blakey album wears its heart on its sleeve, or rather its jewel case. The instrumental lineup here is exactly the same as the Jazz Messengers edition that included Wayne Shorter and Curtis Fuller, and the programme is made up of originals plus lines from the likes of Shorter ...

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Live at the Cellar

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Spring Is Here; Illusions in Blue; Blue & Boogie; How Deep is the Ocean; Manhattan Nocturne; Star Eyes.

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Charles McPherson: Live at the Cellar

Read "Live at the Cellar" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Live at the Cellar is a sizzling collection of extended improvisations featuring a Vancouver-made quartet: Charles McPherson (alto sax), Ross Taggart (piano), Jodi Proznick (bass) and Blaine Wikjord (drums). McPherson and band fashion their work for the literati. McPherson opens hard with Rodgers and Hart's “Spring Is Here." The native of Joplin, Miss. singes the ears ...

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Live at the Cellar

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Released: 2001

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Brad Turner Quartet, featuring Seamus Blake: Live at the Cellar

Read "Live at the Cellar" reviewed by Ben Ohmart


This hour-long cd has been spinning for 5 hours now, and is no closer to retirement than when it started the job. Thank Brad Turner - trumpet, Seamus Blake - Sax, Bruno Hubert - Rhodes piano, Andre Lachance - Bass, Dylan Van Der Schyff - drums for that. 'If It Was Me' journeys on for 10 ...


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