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Robert Stewart - tenor saxophone Tenor sax sensation Robert Stewart did not even begin to play the saxophone until the age of 17. Born and raised in Oakland, California, basketball had been the primary passion of his youth. His 6ft. 4in. frame, earned him varsity shooting guard status on the Fremont High School basketball team for two years. However, Stewart was struck by divine revelation shortly after graduating from Fremont. While surfing the radio to find a Rap or R&B station, Stewart stumbled upon a traditional jazz piece being performed by a tenor saxophonist who sounded as though he were literally possessed or enraged

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Heaven And Earth

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Released: 2004

Album

Nat The Cat

Label: Red Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Nat The Cat; Make Her Mine; Harlem After Midnight; Blue Gardenia; Somewhere Along The Way; A Blossom Fell; That Sunday, That Summer; The Hand And The Sea; I Don't Want To See Tomorrow; The Ruby And The Pearl; Mona Lisa. (Total Time: 58:52)

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Robert Stewart: Nat The Cat

Read "Nat The Cat" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


San Francisco Tenor Veteran Robert Stewart continues his productive run on RED Records with a tribute to a rarified and [instrumentally] little covered talent. Nat King Cole has been the subject of several retrospectives in the last number of years, but none as unique as San Francisco native Robert Stewart's tenor tribute to the great singer. ...

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Article: Album Review

Robert Stewart: Nat The Cat

Read "Nat The Cat" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


San Francisco Tenor Veteran Robert Stewart continues his productive run on RED Records with a tribute to a rarified and [instrumentally] little covered talent. Nat King Cole has been the subject of several retrospectives in the last number of years, but none as unique as San Francisco native Robert Stewart's tenor tribute to the great singer. ...

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Judgement

Label: Red Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Serene; Speak Through Your Horn; Revelations; Judgement; Invitation; Familiar Changes Soul Searchin

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Robert Stewart: Judgement

Read "Judgement" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Old Wine, Old Bottles. I was cleaning out my to review list recently and came across a couple of older RED Records releases that I had not previously spun under the laser. Tenor Saxophonist Robert Stewart emerged first and I found this disc to me most enjoyable. Judgement is one of the most thoroughly entertaining jazz ...


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