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Come Hear. Finland. 2011

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2011

Album

2.0

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Praise; Reunion; Gadd-Ddagit!; Doesn't She Know By Now?; The Brat; All in a Row; Hidden Drive; Love Play/Coming Home.

Album

Crescent

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: CD1: Mr. Syms; Like Someone In Love; I Love You; Wise One; Nancy; Ole; Naima. CD2: Crescent; Miles' Mode; What's New; Giant Steps; Body And Soul; America.

Album

Trinary Motion: Live in Europe

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: CD1: Piece; My Good Leg; Kannada; Don't Break Step; Strega; It's Done; Lost in Little Spain. CD2: Three Years, Three Months; All in a Row; Trinary Motion; Young and Fine; The Secret Lake; Square Brown/From Father to Friend.

Album

Trinary Motion / Live in Europe

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: CD1: Piece; My Good Leg; Kannada; Don't Break Step; Strega; It's Done; Lost in Little Spain. CD2: Three Years, Three Months, Three weeks, Three Days; All in a Row; Trinary Motion; Young and Fine; The Secret Lake; Square Brown / From Father to Friend.

Album

Crescent

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010

Album

Come And Get It

Label: NYC Records
Released: 2010

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Article: Album Review

Mike Mainieri / Marnix Busstra Quartet: Trinary Motion: Live in Europe

Read "Trinary Motion: Live in Europe" reviewed by John Kelman


Looking more like a man in his fifties than his 72 years, vibraphonist Mike Mainieri has been stepping up the pace, with three fine but stylistically different albums in the last year: Crescent (NYC, 2010), an elegant and moving John Coltrane tribute with recently departed alto great Charlie Mariano; 2.0 (NYC, 2010), celebrating the return of ...

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Mike Mainieri / Marnix Busstra Quartet: Trinary Motion / Live in Europe

Read "Trinary Motion / Live in Europe" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Vibraphonist Mike Mainieri and guitarist Marnix Busstra demonstrated a kinetic relationship on their 2009 recording, Twelve Pieces (NYC Records); a compelling portrait of the musicians playing with and off each other. Its success spurred a tour and, happily, almost two hours of live recorded music. Tone and shape are sketched by the Mainieri ...


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