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New Directions

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Jamia's Dance; Autumn In N.H.; Tuneology; Hidden Agenda; Spring Is Here; Georgie; Everybody Wants To Rule The World; Leap Of Faith; Magic Monday; New Directions.

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Travis Sullivan: New Directions

Read "New Directions" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

New Directions could signify a paradigm shift for alto saxophonist Travis Sullivan's eighteen-piece Björkestra, a unit dedicated to performing arrangements of Icelandic pop vocalist Björk. Sullivan goes back to his fundamental mainstream jazz roots on the lyrically rich New Directions, assembled with memorable comps and sterling interplay from his quartet. Sullivan's vocal-like tonalities and muscular alto ...

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Travis Sullivan: New Directions

Read "New Directions" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Travis Sullivan's New Directions, his Posi-Tone debut, is a rewarding trip through a mix of strong, self-penned, tunes and an unusual combination of covers. The saxophonist leads his quartet with style, emphasizing musicality and emotional engagement over displays of technique, and creating a sparkly collection that emphatically establishes his talents as a composer as well as ...

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Travis Sullivan: New Directions

Read "New Directions" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Saxophonist Travis Sullivan has received lots of coverage for the music he creates with his Björkestra, but the success of that band is a double-edged sword. While following the musical pathways set forth by his Icelandic muse has helped the saxophonist expand his audience, it also temporarily suppressed his own musical personality. With New Directions, Sullivan ...

New Directions

Label: Circumvention Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Hell in Hat Yai; No More Net; Shorter then Miles; 17th and Capp; Camarillo

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Cross Border Trio: New Directions

Read "New Directions" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

The Cross Border Trio bring a freewheeling spirit to New Directions, their first album. Paquito Villa (drum set and percussion) was responsible for getting the trio together when he invited Jason Robinson (tenor saxophone) and Joscha Oetz (bass) to form a group with him. Rob Thorsen came in when Oetz moved to Lima. The trio works ...

New Directions

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Released: 2000
Track listing: Theme from Blow Up; The Sidewinder; Ping Pong; Beatrice; No Room for Squares; Song for My Father; Tom Thumb;. Commentary on Electrical Switches; Big Bertha; Recorda Me; Song of the Whispering Banshee; False Start;20 Questions. (Total Time: 65:34)

New Directions

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Theme fromBlow Up; The Sidewinder; Ping Pong; Beatrice; No Room for Squares; Song for my Father; Tom Thumb; Commentary on Electrical Switches; Big Bertha; Recorda Me; Song of the Whispering Banshee; False Start; 20 Questions.Collective

New Directions

Label: Prestige Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: O


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