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Pathways

Label: Ocean Blue Tear Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Log O' Rhythm; Lickety Split; Court And Spark; The Goalkeeper; After You; Lantern Light; Was It Something I Said?;Dear Prudence.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yoko Miwa Trio: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Yoko Miwa is a pianist operating in the Boston area whose stylistic reach touches on funky gospel, bluesy bebop and dramatic pomp. She and her long time trio jump out nicely from the first track, the surging gospel rhythms of Marc Johnson's “Log O'Rhythm," drummer Scott Goulding providing a solid shuffle foundation to Miwa's pounding. They ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yoko Miwa Trio: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

It sounds like Boston-based pianist Yoko Miwa gathered her trio mates--bassist Will Slater and drummer Scott Goulding--outside the studio door and said: “Let's have some fun!" The result is Pathways, her seventh release as a leader, in a discography that includes Fadeless Flower (Self Produced, 2004), Canopy Of Stars (Self Produced, 2007, and Live At Sculler's ...

Pathways

Label: Lavway Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Abiku; Trismegistus; Seek; Retrospect; Hourglass.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Zane Rodulfo: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by James Nadal

If a record cover can be any indication of the content of the music it encases, then Pathways, by drummer/composer Zane Rodulfo, has the perfect depiction. It shows Rodulfo walking along a well-worn rainforest trail, drumsticks in hand with a look of absolute confidence that he knows where he is going. Hailing from Trinidad, he has ...

Pathways

Label: Dare2 Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Pathways; How's Never?; Sea of Marmara; Ebb and Flow; Blue Jean; Wind Dance; Shadow Dance.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Holland Octet: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by Alain Londes

With bassist Dave Holland setting up the foundation for the band, during the live taping of Pathways at New York's Birdland in 2009, the rest of the octet paves the way for baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan to develop the title track in the similar vein to his earlier big band recording What Goes Around (ECM, 2002). ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Holland: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by David Adler

Bassist Dave Holland's main creative vehicle has long been the Dave Holland Quintet, but in recent years he's launched a number of other groups, tweaking and expanding instrumentation while preserving something of the quintet's signature sound. On Pathways, recorded live at Birdland in 2009, Holland takes another detour with the Dave Holland Octet, which splits the ...


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