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Alone Together

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2007
Track listing: Milestones; My Foolish Heart; Surrey With the Fringe on Top, Alone Together; The Day You Said Goodbye; United; We'll Be Together Again; UMMG; Shortcake.


Article: Album Review

Steve Davis Quartet: Alone Together

Read "Alone Together" reviewed by CJ Shearn

Trombonist Steve Davis has been a veteran of the New York scene for many years. Hailing from Binghamton, New York, he quickly established a presence as one of the best trombonists in the area as a teenager. Upon his arrival in New York City in the mid-1980s, Davis' talents were noticed by such luminaries as drummer ...



Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: The Maji; Sanctuary; Good Friday; Brother Ed; A Balm In Gilead; Thank you, lord; Were You There?; Fallen Hero.


A Touch of Evil

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: Mingus Medley; A Touch of Evil; Bipartisan Blues; 26-2; As Is


We Do It Diff'rent

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: G


Article: Album Review

Larry Willis: Sanctuary

Read "Sanctuary" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner

Antediluvian of method or anachronistic of taste, dedicated purist or obdurate conservative, iconoclast or ludite, the debates surrounding Mapleshade owner, engineer, and producer Pierre Sprey will most likely never reach a definitive conclusion. Regardless of what label one chooses to apply, Mapleshade productions possess a distinct sound related directly to Sprey's dedicated traditional recording methods. Using ...


Article: Album Review

Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band: We Do It Diff'rent

Read "We Do It Diff'rent" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Frank Foster’s Loud Minority Big Band is more limber than loud -- although it doesn’t shrink from shouting whenever that’s appropriate on this persuasive in-concert album recorded in June ‘02 at NYC’s Jazz Standard, when the seventy-three-year-old Foster was recovering from a stroke that immobilized his left arm and left leg and limited his role to ...


Article: Album Review

Windmill Saxophone Quartet: A Touch of Evil

Read "A Touch of Evil" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Music finds its playground in the imagination. The saxophone quartet has worked well for legions of the persuasion, and it sure does work for these four players. The word saxophone confines them, for they use more than that particular vestige--but then what’s in a name? Not only do they go about their calling with a sense ...


Gentle Giant of the Tenor Sax

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: Juicy Lucy; Warm Valley; Ethiopia; We See; Blood Count; Blue Moon; The Things We Did Last Summer; Anouman


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