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Songs Without Words

Label: Origin Classical
Released: 2017
Track listing: Air on a G String Suite No. 3 in D Major; Flight of the Bumblebee; Concerto for Lute and Orchestra in D Major (Movement 1: Allegro; Movement 2: Largo; Movement 3: Allegro; Night on Bald Mountain; The Sheep May Safely Graze; Adagio in G Minor.

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Dan Dean: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Bassist Dan Dean's original plan for this project was the hiring of sixteen string players to join him in the studio to record a set for solo bass with string orchestra: Vivaldi's Concerto For Lute and Orchestra in D Major, along with music from JS Bach, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakoff and Albononi. The cost for the project proved ...

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Songs Without Words

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Station Song; Plain Song; Song Of The Deep; The Forest Of Fables; New Song Of Experience; I Thought I Heard Robert Johnson Say; Sub-Continental Drift.

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Chris Spedding: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Duncan Heining


Recorded for Harvest in 1970, Songs Without Words was only originally released in Japan. At the time, Chris Spedding was a much sought after guitarist in jazz and rock with one of the most impressive of CVs--Mike Westbrook, Michael Gibbs, Jack Bruce, Ian Carr's Nucleus, Pete Brown and Frank Ricotti amongst others. The reason for its ...

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Chris Spedding: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Roger Farbey


All five musicians on this retrieved-from-the-vaults archival release were at various times alumni of bands or recordings directed by British veteran jazz composer Mike Westbrook. Songs Without Words was produced at the end of 1969 under the aegis of Peter Eden (who produced several early Westbrook records for the Deram label), on the condition, imposed by ...

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Songs Without Words

Label: Wavetone Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01 Running Man - 5:29; 02 Two Sides Of Something - 6:30; 03 If Only I Could Tell You - 6:22; 04 Short Story - 6:11; 05 Loraine - 4:54; 06 Waiting - 5:36; 07 Three For All - 4:03; 08 Moon & Sun - 4:07; 09 Are You Nervous - 4:43; 10 Loving Twice - 5:00; 11 Rememberance - 6:13; 12 Before I Tell You Good Night - 4:08. Tutte le composizioni sono di Jurek Jagoda.

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Songs Without Words

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Cross Hill; Uncertain Times; Sometimes; Song of the Past; Distraction; Ivory; Ankunft; Behind the Sun.

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Jurek Jagoda: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Lo riceviamo con un po' di ritardo ma vale la pena parlarne. Uscito nel 2010, il debutto discografico del pianista polacco Jurek Jagoda non è passato inosservato nella terra di Chopin. Nato a Danzica 39 anni fa, Jagoda non ha percorso la classica carriera di chi si fa le ossa nei gruppi dei leader già affermati ...

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Uncertain Times

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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 6:11

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Florian Hoefner: Songs Without Words

Read "Songs Without Words" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


A youthful quartet led by German pianist Florian Hoefner offers a modern jazz effort that is by no means a game-changer, yet boasts a diverse track mix. Now residing in New York, Hoefner is a two-time recipient of the ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award. Featuring his original compositions, the quartet on Songs Without Words displays verve ...


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