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Jamie Ousley: Back Home

Read "Back Home" reviewed by Edward Blanco

One of the most in-demand bassist in South Florida, Jamie Ousley comes Back Home with an eclectic collection of songs on his second album featuring nine originals, one standard and a Latin shaded rendition of a Frederic Chopin composition. Originally from Tennessee and now residing in Miami since 1998--where he teaches at Florida International University--the bassist ...

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Phillip Strange & Larry Marshall: In the Moment

Read "In the Moment" reviewed by Jim Santella

From jazz's modern mainstream, this duo performance provides free interpretations of classic songs. Pianist Phillip Strange fills each selection with anxious energy while drummer Larry Marshall complements with intuitive colors. The performance runs loose and laid back as both artists reflect on familiar melodies with widespread animation. The performance rises and falls as befits each interpretation, ...

In the Moment

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Old Country; Interlude; Take Five; In the Moment; Brazilian Heart; I Remember You; Absinthe; Have You Met Miss Jones?; Someday My Prince Will Come; My Paradise.

Quiet

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Released: 2001
Track listing: Quiet; My Song of Brazil; Trieste; Let Go; Don't Explain; Say the Right Thing; Over the Rainbow; Still Life; Land and Sea; Sacred Heart

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Phillip Strange: Quiet

Read "Quiet" reviewed by Dave Nathan

An exercise in musical somber intellectualism and introspection, Phillip Strange's Quiet does not lend itself to casual listening. The playing is hauntingly beautiful as it unfolds during the performance of a play list of eight of his originals and two standards. Kudos to Strange for including a couple of familiar pieces so as to provide a ...

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Phillip Strange and David Friesen: Quiet and Two For The Show

Read "Quiet and Two For The Show" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Phillip Strange Quiet : Solo piano recitals of standards and originals with a Euro-Classic feel. Mr. Strange blends grandiosity with keen improvisation yet rarely loses sight of the melody while employing an elegant touch. Beautifully recorded! * * * ½ David Friesen Two For The Show The great bassist performs a series of sprightly and thoroughly ...


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