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Looking Forward

Label: Aimrec
Released: 2017
Track listing: Jazzy Streets of Mumbai; he Chase; Without Borders; Memory Lane; Starry Gaze; Adolescence; Keys of Resolve; Rhythmicpaths.

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Melodic Intersect: Looking Forward

Read "Looking Forward" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Melodic Intersect has released their 6th studio album, Looking Forward. The ensemble congregates musicians from different backgrounds to create a sound that is unique, with a strong world flavor. Lead by Enayet Hossain, a tabla player that has had years of experience in the realm of Indian classical music and started the Melodic Intersect group to ...

Looking Forward

Label: Blue Moon
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Prayer #1 (Blessing) 2. Looking Forward 3. Yochabel 4. Peque?a Serenata Diurna 5. Campanitas de Cristal 6. Anxiety 7. El Bloque 8. J.S.B. 9. Alma con Alma 10. El Cruze 11. Prayer #2 (Thanksgiving)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Miguel Zenon: Looking Forward

Read "Looking Forward" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

Miguel Zenon, the star pupil of the Berklee in Puerto Rico program associated with the Heineken Jazzfest, is Looking Forward in his first release to assorted musical inroads in jazz through a noteworthy effort. The only three tunes he did not write, for example, are superbly handled and given attractive new profiles under Zen'n's scalpel-like alto ...


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