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Sunset With Susan

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Label: Ziggle Zaggle Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 02:50

The Music of Paul Motian

Label: Ziggle Zaggle Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1 "The Trick is..."; 2 One Time Out; 3 Cathedral Song; 4 Kalypso; 5 Jack of Clubs; 6 Johnny Broken Wing; 7 Story Teller; 8 Once Around the Park; 9 Dance; 10 Victoria; 11 "Playing the Music Is..."; 12 Points In Space; 13 Chasing the Swamp Woman; 14 Accidents On Purpose; 15 Cousin Hildegard; 16 Nica's Cat; 17 Tentative Bipolar; 18 Sunset With Susan.

The Music of Paul Motian

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: It Should Have Happened a Long Time Ago; Drum Music; Cathedral Song; Misterioso; Mode VI; Owl of Cranston; Jade Visions; Split Decision; Etude; Mumbo Jumbo; Conception Vessel; From Time to Time.

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Joel Harrison String Choir: The Music of Paul Motian

Read "The Music of Paul Motian" reviewed by John Kelman

Joel Harrison has stretched the boundaries of form and freedom for over fifteen years, but Urban Myths (HighNote, 2009) and, in particular, the ambitious The Wheel (Innova, 2008), have represented significant evolutionary leaps. The Wheel married a conventional horn-led jazz quintet with a classical string quartet, its collection of Harrison originals pushing the limits of cross-pollination ...


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