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Mike Pope: Cold Truth Warm Heart

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Cold Truth Warm Heart; Shadow of a Doubt; Bare Minimum; Romance; What I Meant to Say; Out of the Ether; Prelude in E Min Op. 28 No. 4; Ral and Tonto (For Ricky and Nicky); Dear Life.

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Cold Truth, Warm Heart

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Cold Truth, Warm Heart; Shadow Of A Doubt; Bare Minimum; Romance; What I Meant To Say; Out Of The Ether; Prelude In E Min. Op. 28 No. 4; Ral And Tonto (For Ricky And Nicky); Dear Life.

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Bare Minimum

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Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 6:40

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REMIXED

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2013

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No Time Like The Present

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Dutch Kills; No Time Like The Present; You Really Shouldn't; Midnight; RSVP; Smithlike; Emily's Wedding; Postcard (for solo bass); Ellis Island.

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Pascal's Triangle

Label: Nineteen-Eight Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Home in Strange Places; Variations on A Mood; Song for Ben Van Gelder; What Your Teacher…; Jesse Holds Louise; The Key; Revising a Paste Self; Return to You

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Pascal's Triangle: Pascal's Triangle

Read "Pascal's Triangle" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner


Bringing together three of contemporary jazz's young power players, Pascal's Triangle is an energized, adeptly executed endeavor.All three performers have already proven themselves innovative and exciting musicians in many venues. Here the three meld their individual voices well and take advantage of Le Boeuf's astute compositional talents to deliver eight tunes firmly grounded in ...

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Le Boeuf Deux Fois: Pascal's Triangle and Le Boeuf Brothers Remixed

Read "Le Boeuf Deux Fois: Pascal's Triangle and Le Boeuf Brothers Remixed" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The Le Boeuf Brothers--saxophonist Remy and pianist Pascal--don't box themselves into a jazz corner; or, perhaps it should be said that they don't box jazz into a corner, preferring instead to let it marinate in the juices of the present, where it can absorb new flavors and move in different directions. Both men ...


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