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Refugee

Label: Yellow House Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Refugee

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Label: Yellow House Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:59

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Refugee

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Refugee; 99 MacDougal; Observatory; Beauty Sleep; Eddie

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Live in Concert 1974

Label: Voiceprint Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Outro - Ritt Mickley; One Left Handed Peter Pan; The Diamond Hard Blue Apples of the Moon; Someday; Papillon; She Belongs to Me; Grand Canyon Suite: The Source, Theme for the Canyon, The Journey, Rapids, The Mighty Colorado; Refugee Jam.

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Refugee: Patrick Moraz / Lee Jackson / Brian Davison: Live in Concert 1974

Read "Live in Concert 1974" reviewed by John Kelman


When Keith Emerson left The Nice in 1969 to form Emerson, Lake and Palmer, bassist/vocalist Lee Jackson and drummer Brian Davison were left in a quandary. Both were capable enough, but Emerson was clearly the star of the show. Jackson's subsequent Jackson Heights achieved some cult status, but was hamstrung by average playing and writing--and Jackson's ...

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Hector Martignon: Refugee

Read "Refugee" reviewed by Ralph A. Miriello


In listening to pianist/vocalist Hector Martignon's Refugee, I was immediately attracted to his notable sidemen, including Richard Bona, Kenny Baron, Eddie Gomez and Jeff “Tain Watts. Martignon obviously has the chops, and so the only question is if his music is compelling enough to carry off an album as a leader. He has done so admirably.

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Hector Martignon: Refugee

Read "Refugee" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Native Columbian Pianist Hector Martignon closes his liner notes to Refugee thusly: “Although I play the acoustic and electric pianos in all tunes...I prefer the role I almost instinctively adopted, paraphrasing Auguste Rodin: provide boulders of marble of distinctive shapes and sizes to a group of sculptors and then collectively carve out the most beautiful shapes ...

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Hector Martignon: Refugee

Read "Refugee" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Pianist Hector Martignon gathers together the musicians who played as Foreign Affair for this, his third recording as leader. The group began as an acoustic trio before going the electric route in 1998. Besides the two recordings, Portrait in Black and White (Candid, 1996) and The Foreign Affair (Candid, 2000), there were tours and concerts. Martignon ...

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Hector Martignon: Refugee

Read "Refugee" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Like the great Latin jazz pianists Eddie Palmieri and Hilton Ruiz, Hector Martignon is one hot player (un pianist caliente). The musician, composer, and band leader has performed with Celia Cruz and Ray Barretto, and has created a body of work which includes orchestral music, jingles, and other formats. On Refugee, his third release as a ...


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