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Take One

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016

Take One

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD1: Stella By Starlight; Lonesome Lover; So What; In A Sentimental Mood; Bolivia. CD2: Moanin’; Body And Soul; Sand Dune; Syl-O-Gism; Someday My Prince Will Come.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sands Fonnesbæk Riel: Take One

Read "Take One" reviewed by Chris Mosey

In October 2014 pianist Christian Sands, a protégé of Billy Taylor, known mainly for with his work with bassist Christian McBride's trio, played two nights to remember at Copenhagen's legendary jazz club Montmartre. The highlights are captured on this Storyville double album. Sands plays with (rather than is accompanied by) phenomenal local bassist ...

Take One

Label: KCJO
Released: 2006
Track listing: Vine Street Rumble; I Just Found Out About Love; Take the

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kansas City Jazz Orchestra: Take One

Read "Take One" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The debut recording by the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra marks the pinnacle of a dream come true for cofounders Jim Mair and Gene Hall--a repertory orchestra comprised of top-notch musicians from the Kansas City area, patterned after others around the country with local sponsors, a board of directors and national grants to lend financial support. After ...

Take One

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005

Take One

Label: Emmeciesse
Released: 1990

Take One

Label: Curling Legs
Released: 1987

Take One

Label: hat ART
Released: 1965


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