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Larry Dickson Jazz Quartet: Winter Horizons

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Winter Horizons is the last of Cincinnati-based baritone saxophonist Larry Dickson's four-part salute to the seasons which began in 2015 with Second Springtime and includes Summergold Promises and Donora Autumn. As before, Dickson leads a quartet whose charter members are bassist Michael Sharfe and drummer Jim Leslie. Alto saxophonist Rick Van Matre, Dickson's band mate in ...

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Larry Dickson Jazz Quartet: Donora Autumn

Read "Donora Autumn" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Baritone sax, trumpet, bass and drums: a lineup that may seem more than passably familiar to fans of small-group jazz in general and West Coast jazz in particular. The first of many piano-less quartets--and the one that remains the gold standard-- was the Gerry Mulligan / Chet Baker Quartet, formed in the early '50s with Bob ...

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Larry Dickson Jazz Quartet: Summergold Promises

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Cincinnati-based baritone saxophonist Larry Dickson's new album, Summergold Promises, is almost a companion piece to his previous enterprise, Second Springtime, which was appraised favorably here less than a year ago. The word “almost" is necessary because Dickson's front-line partner on Springtime, tenor saxophonist Brent Gallaher, has been replaced by trombonist Bill Gemmer, lending the quartet a ...

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Larry Dickson Jazz Quartet: Second Springtime

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On Second Springtime, baritone saxophonist Larry Dickson, a mainstay for more than three decades with Cincinnati's renowned Blue Wisp Big Band, leads a quartet sans piano, much like Gerry Mulligan's groundbreaking ensemble from the early '50s. Unlike Mulligan's storied quartet, however, Dickson shares the front line not with a trumpeter (Chet Baker) but a tenor saxophonist ...

Fine & Mellow - Three Voices and Deborah Shulman/Larry Zalkind

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Summit Records hits a quiet home run with the release of Three Voices' Transitions and Deborah Shulman & Larry Zalkind's Lost in the Stars: The Music of Bernstein, Weill & Sondheim. Three VoicesTransitionsSummit Records2012 Three Voices is the trio of flugelhornist Kim Pensyl, vibraphonist ...


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