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Live at the Jazz Standard

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Forecast; Sullivan Place; Waltz for MD; All the Things You Are; Chorale (For Fred Hersch); On the Road.

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Forecast

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Label: Capri Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 09:23

Live at the Jazz Standard

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Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Gunslinging Bird; 02. New Now Know How; 03. Self-Portrait in Three Colors; 04. Bird Calls; 05. E's Flat Ah's Flat Too (Aka “Hora Decubitus”); 06. Cryin' Blues; 07. Open Letter to Duke; 08. Moanin'; 09. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; 10. Song with Orange.

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Mingus Big Band: Live at the Jazz Standard

Read "Live at the Jazz Standard" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

L'indispensabile repertorio mingusiano, com'è noto, vive soprattutto grazie agli sforzi della vedova Sue e a un paio di formazioni che ad esso si sono dedicate mani e piedi dopo la morte del grande bassista (nello specifico prima ancora compositore). La Mingus Big Band in particolare dà alle energetiche, vociferanti pagine mingusiane quell'atavico respiro orchestrale che di ...

Live At The Jazz Standard

Label: Material Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Throughout; Introduction to All the Things; All the Things You Are; Liebslied; Minimal; Falling Grace; Zen; R.E.M.; Darn That Dream; Stella By Starlight.

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Wolfgang Muthspiel / Mick Goodrick: Live at the Jazz Standard

Read "Live at the Jazz Standard" reviewed by Jack Huntley

The worry, when two distinctive musicians play in a duo setting, is that one will display a heavy-handedness that brings down the combined feel. The urge to fill in the openness is ever-tempting. Luckily, both Wolfgang Muthspiel and Mick Goodrick are not only talented guitarists, but well-schooled in the art of supporting others musically, while maintaining ...

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Wolfgang Muthspiel / Mick Goodrick: Live at the Jazz Standard

Read "Live at the Jazz Standard" reviewed by John Barron

Guitarists Wolfgang Muthspiel and Mick Goodrick are two like-minded explorers of fretboard possibilities. Goodrick, the elder, has been a renowned performer and educator for over forty years, working with the likes of Gary Burton, Jack DeJohnette and Steve Swallow. Muthspiel, Goodrick's former student at Berklee College of Music has performed with Peter Erskine, Paul Motian and ...

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Wolfgang Muthspiel / Mick Goodrick: Live At The Jazz Standard

Read "Live At The Jazz Standard" reviewed by John Kelman

Guitar duos can be a dangerous thing. With 12 strings and four hands, there's the potential for serious train wrecks; but if the two players are really listening, there's also potential for inspired greatness. Ralph Towner and John Abercrombie's two albums for ECM—Sargasso Sea (1976) and Five Years Later (1982)—exemplify how two can, indeed, conjoin for ...


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