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Track of the Day

Motion

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Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
Duration: 4:35

Album

Motion

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Motion; Full House; Brigas Nunca Mais; Jean De Fleur; Lotus Blossom; Minor League; Nobody else but me.

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Track of the Day

Nobody Else But Me

Album:
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Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
Duration: 7:39

Album

Motion

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Runaround; Intersections; Waxwing; Sidamo; Elizabeth; Rue; Wanting More; Promenade with Molly; Gig Fries; Chips & Slaw.

Album

Motion

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Runaround; Intersections; Waxwing; Sidamo; Elizabeth; Rue; Wanting More; Promenade with Molly; Gig Fries; Chips & Slaw.

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Article: Album Review

The Hughes Smith Quintet: Motion

Read "Motion" reviewed by Geannine Reid


The Hughes Smith Quintet is an amalgamation of saxophonist James Hughes and trumpeter Jimmy Smith, not only in namesake, but also in compositional approach. Their latest album Motion, the third in a catalog featuring original compositions, focuses on the straight-ahead sound of the seventies, popular in the Detroit scene, blended with hard-hitting energy, deep grooves, vibrant ...

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Article: Album Review

Hughes Smith Quintet: Motion

Read "Motion" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Detroit's Hughes/Smith Quintet keeps the hard bop flame burning in this follow up to Ever Up & Onward (Self Produced, 2015). The album shares the same personnel--this has been a working band since 2013, and they sound like it--and the same positive energy. The program is all originals this time. Trumpeter Jimmy Smith's “The ...

Album

Motion

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Reaching Some Space; Para Téllez; Head over Heels; Growth; Atardecer En Tus Ojos; Sitting for a While; Goodbye Blue Sky; What People Say; Starts; Trouble; Retrato De Un Instante.

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Article: Album Review

The Piano & Drums Project: Motion

Read "Motion" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Mexican duo The Piano & Drums Project (P&Dp for short) plays extroverted populist jazz in the vein of groups like the Esbjörn Svensson Trio or The Bad Plus--they even include the requisite pop covers, “Head Over Heels" from Tears for Fears and Coldplay's “Trouble." Pianist Javier Reséndiz and drummer Jorge Fernandez produce a full sound: you ...

Album

Motion

Label: Dancing Wayang
Released: 2014
Track listing: Betting on Now; How it is; Tall and True; 4th & Three; Motion.


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