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Live at Yoshi's

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Corleone; 02. Wet Feet; 03. March of the Carpenter Ants; 04. Ernesto; 05. Philip; 06. Harry Bo; 07. Fatima; 08. Somewhere Over the Rainbow; 09. Antwan.

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Eric Vloeimans: Live at Yoshi's

Read "Live at Yoshi's" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il trombettista olandese Eric Vloeimans ha alle spalle molte collaborazioni e progetti che lo hanno visto protagonista con il suo suono dolente e carico di espressività accanto a musicisti come John Taylor, Furio di Castri, Joe La Barbera, Marc Johnson, Joey Baron, Palle Danielsson, Rita Marcotulli, Roberto Gatto, Nguyen Le e tanti altri. In questo album, ...

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Live at Yoshi's

Label: World City Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Soul Eyes; Equinox; You're A Weaver of Dreams; Ode To The Sunsinger; Theosphere; Blame It On My Youth; Deomde.

Album

Live at Yoshi's

Label: World City Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Soul Eyes; Equinox; You're a Weaver of Dreams; Ode to the Sunsinger; This is the Moment; Theosphere; Blame it on My Youth; Deomde.

Album

Live At Yoshi's

Label: World City Music
Released: 2005

Album

Live at Yoshi's

Label: World City Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Soul Eyes; Equinox; You're A Weaver of Dreams; Ode To The Sunsinger; Theosphere; Blame It On My Youth; Deomde.

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Steve Heckman Quartet: Live at Yoshi's

Read "Live at Yoshi's" reviewed by John Kelman


What separates a good jazz artist from a great one? Clearly, you've got to have certain essentials to be a credible player: good time, a strong command of the language, the ability to navigate changes, and a good set of ears in order to be a responsive improviser. But to be a great player you've got ...

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Steve Heckman Quartet: Live at Yoshi's

Read "Live at Yoshi's" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Saxophonist Steve Heckman's second album is a continuation of his pursuit of John Coltrane. The middle period referred to on these eight tracks spans the late 1950s (from recordings on Prestige and Atlantic). Having not heard Heckman's debut, this is a pleasure to listen to, among the several Coltrane homages over the past few years. Heckman ...

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Steve Heckman Quartet: Live at Yoshi's

Read "Live at Yoshi's" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Saxophonist Steve Heckman's debut recording, With John in Mind (World City Music, '03), referenced the classic John Coltrane sound. Live at Yoshi's blows back into the same territory in a reverent exploration of Trane Land, the Atlantic and Impulse! geographies.As a teenager, Heckman listened to A Love Supreme for two years from start to ...

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Live At Yoshi's

Label: Intuition Records
Released: 2002


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