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Luggage

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2007
Track listing: Marsh/Wong; Marsh/Eubanks.

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Bob Marsh / Theresa Wong / Bryan Eubanks: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by Mark Corroto


For the past fifteen years, San Francisco's Luggage Store Gallery has hosted new music and avant-garde improvisational music on a weekly basis. Its long history is a testament to the dedication required to keep the improvisational listening experience alive. This set of duos finds the familiar figure of Bob Marsh collaborating with two new ...

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Luggage

Label: Atlantic Records
Released: 2006

Album

Luggage

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Luggage; Portrait of Jennie; Dear Tucci; The Awakening of the Creature; Love for My Mother; Oriental Folk Song; Road Song; I Hope You Care; Thinking Of You; Remi.

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Rosario Giuliani Quartet: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by Jim Santella


Alto saxophonists are usually compared to Cannonball Adderley, Charlie Parker, Jackie McLean, Phil Woods, or another widely-known artist who's been identified with that instrument. It's the luggage they carry with them everywhere. Rosario Giuliani, however, has his own voice and needn't be linked. He carries himself lightly for some themes; powerfully heavy for others. Giuliani's tone ...

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Luggage

Label: ADB Sound
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1; 2; 3 (Duet); 4; 5; 6 (Concerto for soprano sax and audience).

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Aaron Bennett: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by AAJ Staff


With this recording of mostly solo soprano sax improvisations, Aaron Bennett invites the obvious comparisons with Steve Lacy. Both players possess a breathtaking command of the instrument, and both keep an ear open to freer sounds. Bennett, however, has a thicker sound and more of an open approach on Luggage. Where Lacy might doggedly pursue theme ...

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Aaron Bennett: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by AAJ Staff


With this recording of mostly solo soprano sax improvisations, Aaron Bennett invites the obvious comparisons with Steve Lacy. Both players possess a breathtaking command of the instrument, and both keep an ear open to freer sounds. Bennett, however, has a thicker overall tone and uses more of an open approach on Luggage. Where Lacy might doggedly ...

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Aaron Bennett: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by AAJ Staff


With this recording of mostly solo soprano sax improvisations, Aaron Bennett invites the obvious comparisons to Steve Lacy. Both players possess a breathtaking command of the instrument, and both keep an ear open to freer sounds. Bennett, however, generally has a thicker tone and utilizes more of an open approach on Luggage. Where Lacy might doggedly ...

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Aaron Bennett: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by AAJ Staff


With this recording of mostly solo soprano sax improvisations, Aaron Bennett invites the obvious comparisons to Steve Lacy. Both players possess a breathtaking command of the instrument, and both keep an ear open to freer sounds. Bennett, however, generally has a thicker tone and utilizes more of an open approach on Luggage. Where Lacy might doggedly ...


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