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Shiwasu

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Growth; Wakan; My Romance; Bardo; Akasha; Brooklyn Ferry; My Ship.

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Colin Dean: Shiwasu

Read "Shiwasu" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Young New York bassist Colin Dean is adept at playing the music of different genres as his jazz debut Shiwasu demonstrates, with its influences from world music and hip-hop styles. Dean is very comfortable in other genres; in fact after graduating from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, he formed the Roots and Groove ...

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Colin Dean: Shiwasu

Read "Shiwasu" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

"It's so relaxing," says the person introduced to a type of jazz found to be pleasing, palatable--and inoffensive. The challenge for an artist is to create ambient music that can be accepted by those unfamiliar with jazz, without putting others to sleep. Acoustic bassist Colin Dean makes it happen with Shiwasu. Dean was born ...

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Colin Dean: Shiwasu

Read "Shiwasu" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Bassist and composer Colin Dean graduated from New York's New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in 2006, and has since played across musical genres that include jazz, hip-hop and indie rock. Shiwasu, his first recording under his own name, finds him in the company of three distinguished fellow musicians on a set of tunes that ...


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