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Now And Then

Label: Confront Recordings
Released: 2016
Track listing: A Voice You Left Behind; Chasin Lol; 30 years from Yesterday; Alive and Well; Percussion Discussion; Generations Apart; Going Home.

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Ian Brighton: Now And Then

Read "Now And Then" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Ian Brighton's first album Marsh Gas was released on Bead Records in 1977. This, his second album, is released nearly forty years later. Marsh Gas is now, sadly, a rare and virtually unobtainable artefact (other than the availability of some tracks via YouTube) so it's significant that Brighton's Now And Then has been released to coincide ...

Now and Then

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005

Now and Then

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Love Come Back To Me; 2. Autumn Leaves; 3. Hungarian Potpourri; 4. Straight, No Chaser; 5. Besame Mucho; 6. Hallo Tommy; 7. Prisoner?s Song; 8. Dobparbaj; 9.Tell Vilmos.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tommy Vig: Now and Then

Read "Now and Then" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Tommy Vig is one of those jazz names which, when it pops to the surface, triggers you to say, “Hey, I’ve heard of him." Among many listeners, anyway. Among musicians, Mr. Vig is well known, his extensive discography betraying the fact. Among his credits are performances with Stan Kenton, Quincy Jones, Henry Mancini, Red Rodney, Joe ...

Now And Then

Label: Magenta Records
Released: 1993

Now And Then

Label: Areito
Released: 1988

Now And Then

Label: Sony Urban Music
Released: 1982

Now And Then

Label: Bizarre Planet Entertainment
Released: 1973


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