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Throttle Elevator Music: Retrospective

Read "Retrospective" reviewed by Luca Muchetti

Una delle figure più dirompenti (e popolari) del jazz del nostro tempo, Kamasi Washington, ed Erik Jekabson, Thomas McCree, Ava Mendoza, Gregory Howe e Matt Montgomery sono i protagonisti di Retrospective, album che--sebbene uscito nel 2017--poggia le sue radici a cavallo del tempo di due sessioni: la prima tenutasi nel 2011, la seconda nel 2016, entrambe ...

Retrospective

Label: Wide Hive Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Liminality; Playing the Alleyway; February Drift; Flux and Soldier; Retrorespective; Second Liminality; Subtract Limited; Rapid Rotation; February 15th.

Retrospective

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1 You Get Cha'; 2 The Preacher; 3 The Champ; 4 Bayou; 5 Judo Mambo; 6 Willow Weep for Me; 7 Fiddlin' the Minors; 8 Well, You Needn't; 9 Get Happy; 10 Groovy Date; 11 Yardbird Suite; 12 Summertime; 13 All Day Long; 14 14 The Duel; 15 I Can't Get Started; 16 Body and Soul; 17 Slightly Monkish; 18 Blues After All; 19 Round Midnight; 20 The Shermon; 21 Flamingo; 22 Hackensack; 23 I Got a Woman; 24 See See Rider; 25 When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 26 Sista Rebecca; 27 Old Folks; 28 Back at the Chicken Shack; 29 Minor Chant; 30 Midnight Special; 31 The Jumpin' Blues; 32 Squeeze Me; 33 Ain't No Use; 34 Pork Chop; 35 Can Heat; 36 Come Rain or Come Shine; 37 Prayer Meetin'; 38 Fungii Mama.

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Jimmy Smith: Retrospective

Read "Retrospective" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell

He might not have been the first jazz organist, but Jimmy Smith's place in jazz history as the first to modernize and popularize its use as a featured jazz instrument is secure. His innovative style created the sub-genre of organ jazz, which many have followed. When he died this past February at age 76, Smith was ...

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Jimmy Smith: Retrospective

Read "Retrospective" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

In over four hours of music spread across four discs, this collection demonstrates how Jimmy Smith revolutionized the Hammond B-3 as a jazz instrument of expressiveness and versatility, both as a sideman and as a leader. The usual Blue Note stars are here: Lou Donaldson's alto sax illuminates “Summertime" and cries the blues on “All Day ...

Retrospective

Label: Charhizma
Released: 2003

Retrospective

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2002
Track listing:

Disc 1: 1. A Foggy Day (originally issued on Lou Donaldson

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Grant Green: Retrospective

Read "Retrospective" reviewed by Scott Morrow

About five years ago, I heard guitarist Grant Green's "Ain't it Funky Now," a burnin' J.B. cover on Blue and Funky , a various artists Hammond organ compilation from Blue Note. I’d never heard anything like his honest, cutting tone – it rocked and funked like crazy. I hadn’t purchased much jazz, other than Miles and ...

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New Guitar Summit: Retrospective

Read "Retrospective" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst

The title of the new CD released by The New Guitar Summit, Retrospective represents the collective and individual work of Boston based jazz guitarist Gerry Beaudoin, Duke Robillard of Roomful of Blues fame, and the legendary Jay Geils of the 1970’s rock band The J. Geils Band. Although the majority of the cuts on the recording ...


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