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Nights at the Inn

Label: AXMbarcelona
Released: 2008
Track listing: 01. Angelica (Duke Ellington) - 4:09; 02. Brushes on the Snare (Dave Tofani) - 6:21; 03. A Child Is Born (Thad Jones) - 4:26; 04. You Caught Me (Dave Tofani) - 4:11; 05. In a Sentimental Mood (Mills/Ellington/Kurtz) - 5:37; 06. Trip to Madrid (Dave Tofani) - 6:03; 07. All the Things You Are (Kern/Hammerstein) - 4:16; 08. I Hear a Rhapsody (Fragos/Baker/Gasparre) - 7:35; 09. What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter) - 5:22; 10. Violets for Your Furs (Dennis/Adair) - 5:55.

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Dave Tofani Quartet: Nights at the Inn

Read "Nights at the Inn" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Difficile non restare colpiti dal livello di tecnica strumentale e dagli arrangiamenti di quest'incisione di Dave Tofani, un sassofonista tenore che ha fatto da sideman a tanti grandi nomi della canzone americana e che qui in veste di leader dalla mano sicura. Ci sono sia standards che originals, ed arrangiamenti di ottima fattura, come l'iniziale duo ...

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Nights At The Inn

Label: SoloWinds, Inc
Released: 2007
Track listing: Angelica; Brushes on the Snare; A Child Is Born; You Caught Me; In a Sentimental Mood; Trip to Madrid; All the Things You Are; I Hear a Rhapsody; What Is This Thing Called Love; Violets for Your Furs.

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Dave Tofani: Nights At The Inn

Read "Nights At The Inn" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Saxophonist Dave Tofani is one of those jazz musicians that you have heard a thousand times without even knowing it. He is a first call studio musician, and but one of the ways he is recognized is that he has won the Most Valuable Player award from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences not ...

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Dave Tofani Quartet: Nights At The Inn

Read "Nights At The Inn" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Saxophonist Dave Tofani sounds as if he'd fit right in with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, somewhere between Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster. That's the thought on hitting the play button on Nights At The Inn, to hear Tofani and his quartet swing hard into Duke's “Angelica." The band--a working unit that has been doing a regular ...


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