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Out Of This World

Label: In Jazz We Trust Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. Walk Spirit, Talk Spirit (McCoy Tyner) 2. Water On Mars (Valerio Pontrandolfo) 3. Out Of This World (H. Arlen, J. Mercer) 4. Blues For George (Valerio Pontrandolfo) 5. I See Your Face Before Me (A. Schwartz, H. Dietz) 6. Dreams (Valerio Pontrandolfo) 7. My Little Suede Shoes (Charlie Parker) 8. I Love Pan (David "Happy" Williams)

Out of This World

Label: NuBOP Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. Out Of This World (Arlen/Mercer); 02. Crescent; 03. India; 04. Everytime We Say Goodbye (Porter); 05. Naima; 06. Tunji; 07. Miles' Mode; 08. I Want To Talk About You (Eckstine). Tutte le composizioni sono di John Coltrane tranne quelle indicate.


Living Coltrane: Out of This World

Read "Out of This World" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Out of This World è disco solido, sobrio e raffinato. I quattro esperti musicisti, nell'affrontare il repertorio di Coltrane, evitano le lunghe e infuocate cavalcate tipiche del sassofonista di Hamlet (la media dei brani è sui cinque/sei minuti) per privilegiare un'interpretazione intima, spirituale. Le composizioni conservano la struttura originaria, che viene circuita con discrezione per arrivare ...

Out Of This World

Label: Playscape Recordings
Released: 2011
Track listing: Out Of This World; So In Love; Have You Met Miss Jones?; Prelude #2; Embraceable You; People Will Say We're In Love; Lotus Blossom; How Long Has This Been Going On?; Cry Me A River; In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning.


Ted Rosenthal Trio: Out of This World

Read "Out of This World" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

2011 has been productive year in the recording realm for pianist Ted Rosenthal. His contribution to The Westchester Jazz Orchestra's superb Maiden Voyage Suite (WJO Records) helped elevate the re-imaging of pianist Herbie Hancock's classic Maiden Voyage (Blue Note, 1965) to the highest level of big band artistry. With Out of this World, Rosenthal slips back ...


Ted Rosenthal Trio: Out of This World

Read "Out of This World" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Borrowing from The Great American Songbook is a standard practice for many jazz artists, who include one or more pieces when rounding out a repertoire of primarily new material. Not so for pianist Ted Rosenthal, whose affinity for music from the Songbook is reflected on at least two previous recordings, Rosenthology (Concord Jazz, 1994) and One ...


Ted Rosenthal Trio: Out Of This World

Read "Out Of This World" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Standards, when presented in their original form, speak of the time and place of their creation, but part of their longevity is due to the fact that they aren't encased in an early twentieth century amber that fossilizes and dates the material. The music of George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Billy Strayhorn, and Richard Rodgers is timeless, ...

Out Of This World

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2010
Track listing: Round Midnight; Io Solo Il Vento; Out of this World; Anda La Vida; Invitation to the Blues; Moonglade; Estate; In Vino Veritas; Higher; Scarborough Fair.


Renzo Murrone: Out Of This World

Read "Out Of This World" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Italian-born, London-based Renzo Murrone is a welcome addition to the list of male jazz vocalists, thanks to his beautiful debut, Out Of This World. It's a collection of original songs and covers that mixes styles and genres with great success; Murrone's vocal range is impressive and he has the crucial ability to connect emotionally with the ...

Out of This World

Label: Chase Music Group
Released: 2007
Track listing: Out of This World; Alone Together; Embrace; You Must Believe in Spring; Time After Time; Horizon Under; When You


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