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The Sound of New York Jazz Underground

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The New Talent Jazz Orchestra The Sound of New York Jazz Underground Fresh Sound New Talent 2004 Members of the New Talent Jazz Orchestra gathered at the Systems Two Recording Studios in Brooklyn over four days in 2003, to lay down tracks for The Sound of New York Jazz Underground, ...

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The New Talent Jazz Orchestra: The Sound Of New York Jazz Underground

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The New Talent Jazz Orchestra The Sound Of New York Jazz Underground Fresh Sound New Talent 2004 Modern jazz fans could throw darts at a board listing Fresh Sound New Talent albums and probably hit a winner nine times out of ten. So leave it to this label ...

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The New Talent Jazz Orchestra: The Sound Of New York Jazz Underground

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: CD 1 (originals)
A Meditation On Two Chords; Heaven; Petite Promenade; Nine; Jumbo-Buen Dia Dia; Escondido; El Acecho; Noosh

CD2 (arrangements)
Me Voy Quedando; Nannou; Silhouettes; Witch Hunt; Nefertiti; Ahmad Ravel-Au Clair De La Lune; I Got Rhythm; Giant Steps


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