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Shadow Forms

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Street Talk:To the Matt; Scatter Scott; Drewsie; Pass It In; Herbie at Sixty; Ripple; This Fall 9/11; Elmo; Look Again; Fifteen Minute Drill; Onmo.

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Andrew Rathbun: Shadow Forms

Read "Shadow Forms" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Canadian jazz musicians are frequently overlooked by American jazz fans unless they record for a US-based label, but ignore Andrew Rathbun at your own risk. There is a lot to like about Shadow Forms, as there are plenty of surprising twists within these intimate performances. This talented multi-instrumentalist, primarily heard on tenor sax, ...

Album

Shadow Forms

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Street Talk:To the Matt; Scatter Scott; Drewsie; Pass It In; Herbie at Sixty; Ripple; This Fall 9/11; Elmo; Look Again; Fifteen Minute Drill; Onmo.

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Andrew Rathbun: Shadow Forms

Read "Shadow Forms" reviewed by Budd Kopman


For some reason, I never associated Andrew Rathbun with the Canadian scene, especially as embodied in the ever-expanding circle of David Braid and Mike Murley. There is something in his playing and compositions, just like Kenny Wheeler, that I cannot place--and which renders him distinct from the others. In any case, Shadow Forms ...

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Andrew Rathbun: Shadow Forms

Read "Shadow Forms" reviewed by Mark Corroto


After a series of challenging and complex recordings, saxophonist Andrew Rathbun gives us his “unplugged" album, minus the larger ensembles present on his earlier releases. The seven-piece Jade (FSNT, 2000) with vocalist Luciana Souza, the recording of Margaret Atwood's poetry on True Stories (Blue Moon, 2001), and even his quintet recording Sculptures (FSNT, 2002) with Kenny ...


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