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The King Of All Instruments

Label: Hot Cup Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: On Tone Yet? Part I (Mover's Mood for Annie); On Tone Yet? Part II; On Tone Yet? Part III; Junie Part I: The Father (for Clarence Evans); Junie Part I: The Friend (for Clarence Evans); It's the Right Toe, Bro (for David Liebman); A Deya in the Life of a Mulligan; Mother and Others (for Genevieve and Jenifer and Jim Besten); What would of Ives (for Bill Zaccagni).

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Charles Evans: The King of All Instruments

Read "The King of All Instruments" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Questo singolare lavoro è un piccolo monumento alle possibilità timbriche del sax baritono, che l'autore - riferendo il pensiero del suo primo maestro, Bill Zaccagni - considera il re di tutti gli strumenti (della famiglia dei sax). Charles Evans opera a New York dal 2002 ma s'è formato a Filadelfia dove s'è laureato in jazz performance ...

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Charles Evans: The King Of All Instruments

Read "The King Of All Instruments" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Baritone saxophonist player (and high school teacher by trade) Charles Evans' fourth release is a triumphant solo exploration of the big horn. Equipped with warm recommendations by sax players--former teacher Dave Liebman and fellow baritone player John Surman, Evans' multilayered compositions for the baritone saxophone, recorded between June 2007 to March 2008, suggest varied facets of ...


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