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Quake

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Quake; Twist & Turn; Roc & A Soft Place; Here Comes The Sun; Note To Self; Thrushes; Ruby Tuesday.

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Mike Holober & The Gotham Jazz Orchestra: Quake

Read "Quake" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Duke Ellington's legacy is alive and well with pianist Mike Holober and The Gotham Jazz Orchestra. Holober makes use of the increased musical scope that 17 pieces give him to weave compositional strength within a sound that sways more than swings. Some of the finest jazzers New York City has to offer join ...

Quake

Label: Cryptogramophone
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Consternation (Friedlander) - 4:26 2. After Hours (Friedlander) - 4:07 3. Bedlam (Friedlander) - 6:15 4. Gol Gham (Googoosh) - 3:37 5. Wire (Friedlander) - 5:50 6. Baeuty Beauty (Friedlander) - 11:16 7. Quake (Friedlander) - 3:32 8. Sainted (Friedlander) - 3:51 9. Glass Bell (Friedlander) - 5:31 10. Biscuits (Friedlander) - 5:49 11. Aap Ki (Mangeshkar) - 2:49 12. Fig (Friedlander) - 5:16

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Erik Friedlander: Quake

Read "Quake" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Cellist Erik Friedlander has reconvened his unique Topaz quartet with Quake the eclectic result. Stomu and Satoshi Takeishi on fretless electric bass and percussion, respectively, join Andy Laster on alto sax to reprise the same core lineup that has produced two previous strong efforts. Quake picks up and continues these explorations into a heady mix of ...


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