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Speaking in Tongues

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: Un Poco Loco; Ugly Beauty; Think of One; Wail; Ask Me Now; Bye-ya; Oblivion; Pannonica/epistrophy; Parisian Thoroughfare; Four in One; Dusk in Sandi.

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Michael Kocour: Speaking in Tongues

Read "Speaking in Tongues" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Recording a tribute album is a brave and often thankless undertaking since listeners and reviewers are bound to compare the musician doing the recording to the one to whom homage is being paid. This becomes a more courageous act when the subject of the album is not one but two giants of modern music: pianists Bud ...

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Wail

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Label: Tempest Recording
Released: 2006
Duration: 4:29

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David Murray: Speaking in Tongues

Read "Speaking in Tongues" reviewed by Robert Spencer

Devil music? This disc contains the inscription: “There has always existed a fear throughout African American churches that jazz music was some kind of devil's music." But not on this one, friends. Teamed with the powerful vocalist Fontella Bass and organist Jimane Nelson, master reedman David Murray creates here a shouting, rollicking, joyful gospel jazzfest. It ...


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