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Sixteen Sunsets

Label: Outline
Released: 2014
Track listing: For All We Know; What She Wanted; Gershwin's Skyline / I Loves You Porgy; Darn That Dream; Good Morning Heartache; Out of This World; Ice Dancing (for Torvill & Dean); Left Alone; The Way You Look Tonight; But Not for Me; Primary Colors; My Ship; Too Many Reasons; Bird Experiencing Light.

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Jane Ira Bloom: Sixteen Sunsets

Read "Sixteen Sunsets" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Di Jane Ira Bloom ricordiamo le immagini giovanili, quando, negli anni Ottanta, offriva il proprio contributo all'epifania del sax soprano, destando non poca curiosità, anche per il fatto di essere donna, quando ancora cantanti e pianiste godevano di un monopolio pressoché esclusivo sul plotoncino delle jazz women. La ritroviamo oggi (non senza averne ...

Album

Sixteen Sunsets

Label: Outline
Released: 2013
Track listing: For All We Know; What She Wanted; Gershwin's Skyline/I Loves You Porgy; Darn That Dream; Good Morning Heartache; Out of This World; Ice Dancing; Left Alone; The Way You Look Tonight; But Not For Me; Primary Colors; My Ship; Too Many Reasons; Bird Experiencing Light.

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Jane Ira Bloom: Sixteen Sunsets

Read "Sixteen Sunsets" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Soprano saxophone virtuoso Jane Ira Bloom's intensely intimate and simultaneously cinematic Sixteen Sunsets is quite different from her preceding albums, Like Silver, Like Song (Artistshare, 2005), Mental Weather (Outline, 2008) and Wingwalker (Outline, 2010). Gone are the edgy flirtations with freer styles as well as the provocative, electrifying compositions. Instead the material is mostly standards and ...

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Jane Ira Bloom: Sixteen Sunsets

Read "Sixteen Sunsets" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Sidney Bechet pioneered the use of the soprano saxophone in jazz in the early 20s. John Coltrane brought that “straight horn" out of a relative dormancy of use in 1959 with his anthem-like take on Rodgers and Hammerstein's “My Favorite Things" on his Atlantic Records album of the same name. Steve Lacy took the soprano “out ...


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