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Prime

Label: Manasus Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Machine Language; Good Things...; Four Fingers and a Thumb; Lady Luck; One Broken; Triskaidekology; Tombstone.

Mercator

Label: Manasus Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Mercator; All About Lennie; Good, Clean, Fun; Red Door; His Scally Cap; Behind Enemy Lines; Roby.

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Nick Manson: Mercator

Read "Mercator" reviewed by Jay Deshpande

Throughout his career, pianist Nick Manson has appeared in a wide variety of musical settings. He played in Lenny Kravitz's band in the early 80s, wrote Emmy-winning themes for television, and also composed a large oeuvre of commercial music. With Mercator, he returns to the jazz he grew up with, playing original compositions in a quartet ...

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In Loving Memory To Roby Duke

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Label: Manasus Music
Released: 2008
Duration: 09:52

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Andy Suzuki: Prime

Read "Prime" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

You'd think the job of making a successful jazz CD would be hard enough without imposing restrictions on the process. The restriction that saxophonist Andy Suzuki has tackled on Prime is prime numbers--and refresher for those who have forgotten their math studies, a prime number is one those that can be divided only by itself and ...

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