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Peter Furlan

PETER FURLAN is a saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator whose striking originality is demonstrated on his Twinz Records release “Peter Furlan – Spy Glass Hill.” In addition to leading The Peter Furlan Project and The Peter Furlan Trio & Quintet, he co-leads two groups Mr. Gone and Le Jazz Electronique. He has performed and recorded with Terumasa Hino, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Henderson, Thomas Chapin, Don Alias, Frank Foster, Brian Lynch, John Hart, Mike Richmond, Terry Silverlight, Cameron Brown, Steven Bernstein, Duane Eubanks, Ratzo Harris, Richie Morales, Mahavishnu Project, The Temptations, 10,000 Maniacs, The Four Tops and many others

Between The Lines

Label: Beany Bops
Released: 2019
Track listing: A Visit From The Goon Squad – solos: Saul Rubin, Vinnie Cutro, Neil Alexander TransAtlantic – solos: Peter Furlan, Vinnie Cutro, Andrew Beals, Neil Alexander Watchmen – solos: Nadav Snir Zelniker, Roger Rosenberg, Peter Furlan, Neil Alexander Black Hole Blue – solos: Peter Furlan, Peter Brendler Underworld – solos: Peter Furlan, Vinnie Cutro, Saul Rubin, Andrew Beals Foucault’s Pendulum – solos: Neil Alexander, Peter Furlan, Vinnie Cutro White Noise – solos: Vinnie Cutro, David Budway Invisible – solos:: Roger Rosenberg, Peter Furlan, Peter Brendler The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay – solos: Peter Furlan, Erick Storckman, Neil Alexander Time’s Arrow – solos:: Roger Rosenberg, David Budway, Nadav Snir Zelniker.

Spy Glass Hill

Label: Twinz Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Sleep Talking-solos: Brian Lynch & Andrew Beals 2. Echoes of Rachelle-solos: Saul Rubin & Peter Furlan 3. Spy Glass Hill-solos: Peter Furlan, Vinnie Cutro & Mitch Schecter 4. The Crawl-solos: Vinnie Cutro, Mitch Schecter & Dave Meade 5. Fallen Memories-solos: Peter Furlan, Mitch Schecter & Martin Wind 6. In The Oven-solos: Rick Davies, Peter Furlan, Sundar Viswanathan & Vinnie Cutro 7. Club Peru Too!-solos: Matt Hilgenberg, Mitch Schecter, Peter Furlan & Saul Rubin 8. Einstein


Peter Furlan: Spy Glass Hill

Read "Spy Glass Hill" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz

Quick and to the Point: Tight and steady debut with fat band tracks and smaller ensemble playing. Featuring Eddie Palmieri’s jazz octet trumpeter Brian Lynch as well as Andrew Beals on alto sax, Peter Furlan’s New York love affair with the Caribbean is evident in the ambitious mambo big band arrangement for the 14-member ...

Spy Glass Hill

Label: Twinz Records
Released: 2001


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