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The Gathering

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. Friday Struttin; 02. Tsunami; 03. Touch the Fog; 04. This Ain't Nothin' but a Party. 05. Stefon Fetchin' it; 06. Don't Explain; 07. Coupe de cone; 08. Somealways; 09. Souvenir; 10. Blues Gathering; 11. Simple pleasure; 12. The Happiest of Times.

The Gathering

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2013
Track listing: Friday Struttin'; Tsunami; Touch The Fog; This Ain't Nothin' But A Party; Stefon Fetchin' It; Don't Explain; Coupe De Cone; Somealways; Souvenir; Blues Gathering; Simple Pleasure; The Happiest Of Times.

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Clayton Brothers: The Gathering

Read "The Gathering" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Non è sempre detto che i segni del passato, quando vengono riproposti con onesto senso di devozione e vocazione, debbano a tutti i costi risultare vecchi o inattuali. Come per molti musicisti coevi, anche per i Clayton Brothers praticare la tradizione implica apertamente rispettare un sistema normativo dotato di natura rituale e simbolica che, portato avanti ...

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The Clayton Brothers: The Gathering

Read "The Gathering" reviewed by Larry Taylor

The Clayton Brothers--John on bass and Jeff on reeds--have been playing together for over 30 years, either in their small groups or in the large Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, formed in 1985 in partnership with drummer Jeff Hamilton. In small contexts, they have specialized in post-bop swing with a touch of funk, while the critically acclaimed big ...

The Gathering

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2012
Track listing: Friday Struttin'; Tsunami; Touch The Fog; This Ain't Nothin' But A Party; Stefon Fetchin' It; Don't Explain; Coupe De Cone; Somealways; Souvenir; Blues Gathering; Simple Pleasure; The Happiest Of Times.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Clayton Brothers: The Gathering

Read "The Gathering" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The Clayton Brothers' prior ArtistShare albums were high quality, thematically driven outings that highlighted their respect for notable jazz siblings on Brother To Brother (ArtistShare, 2008), and honored the relationship between the art forms of dance and jazz with The New Song And Dance (ArtistShare, 2010). For the group's third effort on this fan-funded imprint, The ...

The Gathering

Label: Not On Label (Diane French Self-released)
Released: 2011

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Label: OA2 Records
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The Gathering

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2010
Track listing: Judges; Kings; Ezekiel; David; Elijah's Cup; Deborah; Elijah's Chair; Amos; Micah; Elijah's Chariot; Jermiah; Joshua.

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Rashanim: The Gathering

Read "The Gathering" reviewed by Warren Allen

Jon Madof was studying jazz and rock guitar when he first heard John Zorn and Masada, playing what Zorn eventually termed “radical Jewish music." Masada's sound, imbued with the fire of rock and the dynamic improvisation of jazz--and combined with the powerful roots of Hebraic modes and Middle Eastern rhythms--became an inspiration to make something new ...


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