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Label: Dune
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Ball of Fire, 2. My Boy Lollipop, 3. Dolphin Dance, 4. Again, 5. Footprints, 6. Confucious, 7. Vitamin A, 8. Walk On By, 9.Liquidator, 10. Capullito de Aleli, 11. Medley: (Love Theme from) The Godfather/Al Capone

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The Jazz Jamaica All Stars: Massive

Read "Massive" reviewed by Jack Bowers

If one were to award points for boldness and thinking outside the box, the Jazz Jamaica All Stars would rank high by any measure. The All Stars, a large ensemble of (mostly) Brits, several with Caribbean or African roots, led by Jamaican bassist Gary Crosby (whose core group, the 10-piece Jazz Jamaica, has released two earlier ...

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Jazz Jamaica All Stars: Massive

Read "Massive" reviewed by Norman Weinstein

Jazz artists experimenting with Jamaican pop musical forms are nothing new, but this U.K. musical group does so with an imaginative freshness and an instrumental virtuosity that is groundbreaking. Led by bassist Gary Crosby, this ten piece band, augmented by a happy band of additional studio musicians, offers a completely beguiling synthesis of ska and jazz, ...


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