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Quartet

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Daybreak and then Dusk; Tortoise Pendant; Return of the Bear; Tomorrow's Perfume; Actionable Intelligence; Travishamockery; Shadow Puppet.

NEWS: RECORDING

Nathaniel Smith - Nathaniel Smith Quartet (2010)

By Pico Missoula, Montana's own Nathaniel Smith career as a jazz drummer and composer took him from a mountain valley in the Rockies eastward to Appleton, Wisconsin's Lawrence University (where Smith got to perform with the visiting Dave Holland and Maria Schneider), briefly west to San Francisco to study with percussionist Michael Spiro, and finally to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nathaniel Smith: Quartet

Read "Quartet" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Quartet, the debut album from drummer Nathaniel Smith, has been a long time coming. Recorded in March 2007, almost four years before its release, the album features tunes which Smith began performing following his graduation from the Manhattan School of Music in 2003. In a music scene that often seems to view immediate access as a ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nathaniel Smith Quartet: Nathaniel Smith Quartet

Read "Nathaniel Smith Quartet" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Drummer Nathaniel Smith's music can be characterized as modern jazz that often finds serenity in searching, angular confines. Smith's quartet, which features rising star saxophone maverick Jon Irabagon, finds its way and brings these intriguing compositions to life without resorting to unnecessary fireworks. Smith wrote five of the seven pieces here, and each ...

Nathaniel Smith Quartet

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Daybreak And Then Dusk; Tortoise Pendant; Return Of The Bear; Tomorrow's Perfume; Actionable Intelligence; Travishamockery; Shadow Puppet.


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