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Movin' On

Label: Jazzateria
Released: 2006

Movin' On

Label: KOCH International Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: Softly as I Leave You; You Said It; Every Time We Say Goodbye; Goodbye; Smile; After You’ve Gone; If Ever I Would Leave You; Goodbye Porkpie Hat; Birdie Bye; A Bientot; Bye–ya; Love Me or Leave Me; Some Other Time.

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Claire Daly: Movin' On

Read "Movin' On" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Who’d have bet that Jeru’s lineal successor would be a woman? I’m not saying Claire Daly sounds like or even emulates Mulligan; she doesn’t. But she’s closer to him in spirit than anyone I’ve heard since Gerry left us in January ’96 (has it really been that long?). Comparisons aside, Daly is clearly one of the ...

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Claire Daly: Movin' On

Read "Movin' On" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Lady is a...Baritone Saxophonist After 10 years with the all-female big band Diva and three years with former Microscopic Septet leader Joel Forrester, saxophonist Claire Daly finally waxed digital sides as a leader. She debuted as front-woman with Swing Low (Koch Jazz 7872, 1999) and is now following this up with ...

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Claire Daly: Movin' On

Read "Movin' On" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Baritone saxophonist Claire Daly's second album focuses on songs that deal with dire events leading to the loss of persons held dear. Just before she recorded this CD, she lost her mother and nephew. One of her icons, Gerry Mulligan, had also recently passed away. Tommy Turrentine's “You Said It" is included as a tribute to ...

Movin' On

Label: 32 Records
Released: 2001

Movin' On

Label: 32 Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: A Dime Away From a Hotdog; Walk Away; Feel the Fire; A Ladiesman; No Place to Be Somebody; To Stay in Good with You; Gang Bang; First Lady; Young Man.Collective

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Oscar Brown, Jr.: Movin' On

Read "Movin' On" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded in 1972 as [Atlantic 1629], Movin’ On was previously out-of-print and never before available on CD. Oscar Brown Junior’s blues-rooted lyrics caused heads to turn when this one was released; and that was before sexual harassment and politically correct social guidelines became commonplace. Brown’s original songs are mostly tongue-in-cheek political statements that allow the listener ...

Movin' On

Label: Sunnyside
Released: 1995

Movin' On

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 1994


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