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Mean What You Say

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009
Track listing: Mean What You Say; Will You Still Be Mine?; Bohemia After Dark; Every Time We Say Goodbye; Celia; Sandu; Seven Minds; Morning Star; Minor 101; Dream Dancing; Last Time I Saw Her.

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The Dave Young Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Dave Young has had a long career as a classical music and jazz bassist. Before he found his niche in jazz, Young was the principal bassist with the Winnipeg and Edmonton Symphony Orchestras as well as the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. As a jazz musician, he brought his sense of rhythm and intuition to groups led by ...

Mean What You Say

Label: IPO Recordings
Released: 2006
Track listing: Mean What You Say; It had to be You; Passion Flower; Nagasaki; My One and Only Love; Why You...; Azure; The Touch of Your Lips; You and the Night and the Music; I'm Getting Sentimental Over You; My Little Suede Shoes; How Deep is the Ocean.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eddie Daniels Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by Ken Dryden

For Mean What You Say, Eddie Daniels reunites with two of his bandmates from the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra (Hank Jones and Richard Davis), plus Kenny Washington on drums. He also brings his tenor sax on this fine studio date for the first time in quite a while. Although he has concentrated on ...

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The Eddie Daniels Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo aver sacrificato per quasi vent’anni il suo talento per una nota label statunitense, Eddie Daniels rimane folgorato sulla via di Damasco ed imprime una nuova direzione alla sua musica. A sessantaquattro anni l’ex allievo di Tony Scott torna al vecchio amore per il jazz, che lo aveva portato ad esordire ancora giovanissimo nell’orchestra di Thad ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Eddie Daniels Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Multi-reed player Eddie Daniels has long been considered one of the best clarinetists in the business, and that ranking often includes Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw. Although he still does record rather infrequently (this is only his third album in the past ten years), Daniels still places in the jazz polls as one of the best ...

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My Little Suede Shoes

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Label: IPO Recordings
Released: 2006
Duration: 4:07

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The Eddie Daniels Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Eddie Daniels has been under the radar for several years now. The woodwind specialist has surfaced to play on occasion, but the presence that once marked him has been missing. He is now back with a stellar cast and a new recording. Daniels is in top-notch form on Mean What You Say, and hopefully he will ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eddie Daniels: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by Jim Santella

Straight-ahead jazz doesn't get much cleaner than this. When the Eddie Daniels Quartet goes to work, the business turns neat as a pin. They swing, too, with the intuition of veterans who have yet to run out of ideas. Cohesiveness, tone quality, intonation and a personal feel for the music's syncopated rhythms give the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eddie Daniels Quartet: Mean What You Say

Read "Mean What You Say" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The presence of Hank Jones permeates this recording so much that the Eddie Daniels Quartet may be better titled the Hank Jones-Eddie Daniels Quartet on Mean What You Say. In fact, the whole quartet, rounded out with bassist Richard Davis and drummer Kenny Washington, is top-drawer, which goes a long way in making Mean What You ...


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