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New York Sessions

Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Minor March; Who Killed Cock Robin?; I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans; Easy To Love; Ballad For Mrs Jane Kidion; 186 Butler Street; Wigglin'; D.O.C.; I'll Walk Alone; I'm In The Mood For Love; Blues For L.G.

The New York Sessions

Label: Ruby Slippers Productions
Released: 2007
Track listing: Both Sides Now; Over and Over Again; Just Want to Be With You; A Bit of Soul; Emily; Seduction; The Last Time; Where Are You Now?; Listen to Your Heart; Epistrophy; Mystery; Both Sides Now (alternative take).


Lisa Hilton: New York Sessions

Read "New York Sessions" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

There was “The Dream Team, a collection of NBA players who filled most of the slots on the USA basketball team for the 1992 Olympics. Then there was “the dream team, high-priced lawyers who helped O.J. Simpson get acquitted of murder charges. For Lisa Hilton, the dream team is made up of four jazz musicians who ...

New York Sessions

Label: CAM Jazz
Released: 2006
Track listing: 1. Che Querido, CHE; 2. No More Eleven; 3. Danza de Las Madres; 4. Cronologia del '900; 5. Inmigracion; 6. Carnavalito de los Chicos; 7. Barrio Jardin; 8. Miss MG; 9. Mensajes; 10. Wrong Way; 11. Pa - Ritango


Javier Girotto: New York Sessions

Read "New York Sessions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Tra tanghi e reminescenze sud-americane, Javier Girotto, argentino de' Roma, rischiava di rimanere ingabbiato in un cliché che, per quanto interessante, resta pur sempre un cliché. Ma Girotto è musicista intelligente, ed ha quindi deciso di cambiare gioco, registrando un album che partendo dagli echi di casa (Che Querido, CHE) sposta poi la musica verso altri ...


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