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Skyline

Label: Spark
Released: 2015
Track listing: Sticks And Stones; Equilibrium; Arctic Sun; Peace Of Mind; Mirage; Skylark; Winter Halo; DIY.

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Tom Green Septet: Skyline

Read "Skyline" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Skyline is the debut release from the Tom Green Septet, a young band from the UK led by trombonist and composer Tom Green. A graduate of the Royal Academy Of Music and winner of the 2013 Dankworth Prize for jazz composition, Green wrote all of the tunes on Skyline with the exception of Hoagy Carmichael's “Skylark." ...

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Skyline

Label:
Released: 2005
Track listing: Jabali, Her Lullaby, Passing time, Some Other Time, Better, Easy and Fun (in B Major) Skyline, Song for My Sheep, Yearnin', If I Said Goodbye, Naima

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Paster/Ryan/Hall: Skyline

Read "Skyline" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Piano trio efforts fall flat or fly on mostly nebulous, difficult-to-define aspects of the sound: collective energy, group cohesion, and an ability to get “inside" the music. The classic trios include those led by Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Oscar Peterson--to name just a few. To name some contemporay guys who fly, you'd have to mention Keith ...

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Skyline

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004

Album

Skyline

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 1999
Track listing: Who

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Bobby Hutcherson: Skyline

Read "Skyline" reviewed by Jim Santella


Hard bop vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, 58, came to the jazz world during one of its most fertile eras: in the late fifties and early sixties. His early experience in the clubs and coffeehouses of Pasadena (California) prepared Hutcherson for New York City's fast pace and innovative ways. His recording contract with Blue Note placed the vibraphonist ...


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