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Bourbon, Neat

Read "Bourbon, Neat" reviewed by Jeff Fitzgerald, Genius

Those of you who have followed this column for a while, maintaining a safe following distance of 2 ½ car lengths, certainly know by now that I'm a Southerner, specifically, a Virginian. You may also know that I was born in Kentucky to West Virginia hillbillies, raised in the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia, and educated in ...

Moonshine

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: How High The Moon; It's Only A Paper Moon; Moon River, It Must Have Been Moonglow; What A Little Moonlight Can Do; Moondance; Fly Me To The Moon; Shine On Harvest Moon; Moonlight In Vermont; Old Devil Moon.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

W&E Swing: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by Wade Luquet

Through a chance meeting at a weekly jam session at Round Guys Brewery in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, a group of musicians became friends and began to gel as a group. The jam organizer Mike Mahomet, has a small recording studio blocks away and invited the talented group to record some tunes. The group known as W&E Swing ...

Moonshine

Label: Greenleaf Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dog Star; Moonshine; Married Life; Silent Stars; Scopes; Flood Plane; Kitten; Tough.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Douglas and Keystone: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by Matthew Miller

Dave Douglas is not your typical iconoclast. The progressive trumpeter--a mainstay of John Zorn's Masada and more typically avant-garde groups--favors an understated upheaval in his efforts as a leader, courting, in the words of writer Andy Battaglia “tradition and progression without puzzling over the difference." On Moonshine, his second album with Keystone, a sextet featuring Marcus ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Douglas & Keystone: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Originariamente concepito come progetto di sonorizzazione dei film dello sfortunato comico degli anni Venti, Roscoe “Fatty" Arbuckle [clicca qui per leggere la recensione del disco di esordio di questa formazione], il sestetto Keystone del trombettista Dave Douglas ha da subito dato l'impressione di non essere una prova isolata, una semplice divagazione, ma di ampliare il percorso ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Douglas & Keystone: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

As one of jazz's most omnivorous thinkers, trumpeter/composer Dave Douglas continues to explore ideas outside of the norm. Moonshine is a continuation with Keystone--an electric sextet that includes Marcus Strickland (saxophones), Adam Benjamin (Fender Rhodes), Brad Jones (bass), Gene Lake (drums), and DJ Olive (turntables)--exploring in music, the life and art of 1920s silent film actor/director ...

Moonshine

Label: Greenleaf Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Dog Star; Moonshine; Married Life; Silent Stars; Scopes; Flooded Plane; Kitten; Tough; Photosynthesis (bonus track, download-only).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Douglas & Keystone: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by John Kelman

It's unlikely that Dave Douglas expected the Grammy-nominated Keystone (Greenleaf Music, 2005) to turn into an ongoing project, but as a parallel to his quintet of the past half decade, the trumpeter has forged a distinct entity with the group he now calls Keystone. This sextet shares some commonality with the quintet responsible for Meaning and ...

Goldie.co.uk

Label: Moonshine
Released: 2001


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