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Restless

Label: Cantaloupe Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: [SIDE A] RESTLESS for cello and piano 1. Restless 2. Forge 3. Remain Untold 4. Lost [SIDE B] ME VS. for piano solo 4. Turn of Phrase 5. Another Second Try 6. Me Vs.

Album

Restless

Label: SBM Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: 'Round Midnight; Boulevard of Broken Dreams; You Go to My Head; Trouble; Last Tango; Be Cool; Blue Alert; Blues in the Night; You're My Thrill; Stormy Weather; I'm a Fool to Want You.

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Round Midnight

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Label: SBM Music
Released: 2012
Duration: 4:49

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Article: Album Review

Sylvia Brooks: Restless

Read "Restless" reviewed by Jim Olin


Part the curtains and turn on the Klieg lights for singer Sylvia Brooks, whose second album, Restless, has the widescreen scope and orchestral sweep of a theatrical production. In fact, the record has the overall feel of a soundtrack for a film yet to be made. However, the kind of Hollywood movie this music recalls is ...

Album

Restless

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Never Look Back; Too Marvelous for Words; Little Juicy; Restless; Fast; Woody

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Joe Cohn: Restless

Read "Restless" reviewed by John Barron


There are jazz musicians who haplessly attempt to reinvent themselves with every passing fad and then there are those, like guitarist Joe Cohn, who diligently progress their art with integrity and conviction. A mainstay on the New York scene, Cohn consistently delivers with a nod to the past and an intensity full of forward motion. Restless ...

Album

Restless

Label: Atlantic Records
Released: 1994


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