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Sound Travels

Label: eOne Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: Enter Here; Salsa for Luisito; Dirty Ground; New Muse; Sonny Light; Sound Travels; Oneness; Indigo Dreamscapes; Home.


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Jack DeJohnette: Sound Travels

Read "Sound Travels" reviewed by Eugene Holley, Jr.

Drummer/pianist/composer/bandleader Jack DeJohnette turns seventy this year, and his longevity on the scene is only eclipsed by the astonishing variety of settings in which he's worked. Since emerging from his hometown Chicago, the ubiquitous drummer has played with important artists including saxophonist Charles Lloyd, trumpeter Miles Davis and pianists Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett (with whom ...


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Jack DeJohnette: Sound Travels

Read "Sound Travels" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

With 2012 barely underway, it looks like it's going to be a year to remember for drum legend Jack DeJohnette. The renowned rhythmic force behind classic recordings from Miles Davis, Charles Lloyd, Keith Jarrett--and numerous notable projects of his own--will receive some well-deserved recognition when he's inducted into the National Endowment for the Arts' Jazz Master ...


Article: Album Review

Jack DeJohnette: Sound Travels

Read "Sound Travels" reviewed by John Kelman

Turning 70 and being awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Fellowship would be enough to make 2012 a special year for Jack DeJohnette, but Sound Travels transcends mere celebration of the veteran drummer/pianist/bandleader's broad swath of accomplishments since emerging, in the mid-1960s, with saxophonist Charles Lloyd's massively successful quartet. His ...


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Sonny Light

Label: eOne Music
Released: 2012
Duration: 5:40


Sound Travels

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: Full Moon; Waltz for an Artist; Awakening; Groovin


Article: Album Review

Jessie Allen Cooper: Sound Travels

Read "Sound Travels" reviewed by Jim Santella

With his smooth jazz originals, soprano saxophonist Jessie Allen Cooper rediscovers folk airs that recall the roots of Northern European classical music. His thin tone resembles that of a pennywhistle, and his accompaniment blends similar timbres in from all sides. Synthesizers create sheets of sound. Melodies float through the room, as a piper’s dreamy lyric would ...


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