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The Many Minds of Richie Cole

Label: Richie Cole Presents
Released: 2017
Track listing: On A Clear Day; Venus; Plan 9 From Outer Space; Sunset's Theme; they All Laughed; Daddy Was A Pimp; The Common Touch; Moody's Mood For Love; Shadow Man; Pittsburgh Connection; thank You Phil Woods; Julian's Theme; Deep In The Heart Of Pittsburgh; I have A Home In Pittsburgh; YMCA

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Richie Cole Alto Madness Orchestra: The Many Minds of Richie Cole

Read "The Many Minds of Richie Cole" reviewed by Rob Rosenblum


Alto saxophonist Richie Cole is a living, breathing anachronism and has arguably been one since he first burst out of Berklee School of Music onto the stage as featured soloist with the Buddy Rich big band in the 1970's. While many of his contemporaries were following the lead of Chuck Berry and The Beatles, ...

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Pittsburgh

Label: Richie Cole Presents
Released: 2016
Track listing: I Have a Home in Pittsburgh; I’ll Be Seeing You; Flying Down to Rio; The Gypsy; Who’s the Man Corrupting Richie Cole; Key Largo; Happy Valentine’s Day, Candace; Tomorrow.

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Richie Cole: Pittsburgh

Read "Pittsburgh" reviewed by Jack Bowers


After a lifetime of movin' on that has taken him from Trenton, NJ, to cities, towns and hamlets across the country and around the world, it seems that alto saxophonist Richie Cole, now fifty-eight, is at last ready to settle down and plant some roots. As he declares in his latest album's opening number, “I Have ...


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