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Label: NSU Jazz Lab
Released: 2015
Track listing: Out Front; Back in Tahlee; Forastero; Reflections; 3 2 Waltz; Calle Fortaleza; Chelsea Bridge; Bues for Roddy; Killer Who?; Maybe Next Time; Simple Song.


NSU Jazz'Tet: Out Front

Read "Out Front" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The NSU Jazz'Tet is comprised of seven students (and one faculty member, director / saxophonist Tommy Poole) from the Jazz Studies program at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK. Together they present an assortment of small-group jazz that is scrupulously modern yet firmly grounded in the music's time-honored traditions. Bop is a salient part of their ...

Out Front

Label: Motéma Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Glory; Doña Maria; Reminiscing; Ebony; Caress The Thought; Dry Land; The Rise of the Row; If You Could See Me Now; Cryin' Blues.


Rufus Reid: Out Front

Read "Out Front" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Long a first-call bassist, Rufus Reid has played with numerous greats since arriving on the jazz scene in the early '70s, including Dizzy Gillespie, Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, Dexter Gordon, Lee Konitz, Art Farmer and Jimmy Heath, to name just a few, in addition to a number of dates as a leader. His fat tone ...


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