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Post No Bills

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Mourning of a Star; One Day I'll Fly Away; Stella By Starlight; Lonely Woman; Spring; I Loves You Porgy; Windows; After the War; Post No Bills; Solitude.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Greg Reitan: Post No Bills

Read "Post No Bills" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Los Angeles-based pianist/composer Greg Reitan's Some Other Time (Sunnyside Records) vied for the honors of “Debut of the Year" in 2009. Using his same trio--with bassist Jack Daro and drummer Dean Koba--Reitan followed up that auspicious start with two more outstanding sets, Antibes (2010) and Daybreak (2011), both for the Sunnyside label. With this ...

Post No Bills

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 1999

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Joe Ascione Trio: Post No Bills

Read "Post No Bills" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Joe Ascione plays the drums in the aggressive, take-no-prisoners mode of Buddy Rich, which is no surprise since he once worked as Rich’s roadie. In addition to his powerhouse chops, Ascione displays excellent instincts as a leader on his debut release on the Arbors label. While his drumming is busy and LOUD, he is a supportive ...


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