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The Next Step

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2014

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Label: Origin Records
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The Next Step

Label: Weebop
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Next Step; Don't Blame Me; Bella Carolina; I Want More; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; I Wish I Knew; You Don't Know What Love Is; Blues for Red and Brown.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Melito: The Next Step

Read "The Next Step" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

The Next Step is the third recording session led by Mike Melito, a Rochester, New York-based drummer who often draws on talent from the New York City jazz scene. To his credit, Melito doesn't hire players like trumpeter Joe Magnarelli, tenor saxophonist Grant Stewart, and bassist Neal Miner for the credibility their names bring to his ...

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Mike Melito Quintet: The Next Step

Read "The Next Step" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Drummer and bandleader Mike Melito makes it clear in his liner notes that the music on this album is dedicated to the spirit of Blue Note Records during the 1950s. And he succeeds admirably. For his third album, Melito has assembled a fine quintet featuring trumpeter Joe Magnarelli and tenor saxophonist Grant Stewart, both of whom ...

The Next Step

Label: TM International
Released: 2003

The Next Step

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2001
Track listing: Zhivago; Minor Blues; A Shifting Design; Path of the Heart; Filters; Use of Light; The Next Step; A Life Unfolds.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kurt Rosenwinkel: The Next Step

Read "The Next Step" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

When you stop to think about it, there are relatively few guitarists on the current jazz scene working to go beyond the boundaries of a mainstream manifesto. Sure, you've got talented youngsters such as Russell Malone, Peter Bernstein, and many others functioning within the tradition. But even as endowed as these guys are, they have not ...

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Kurt Rosenwinkel: The Next Step

Read "The Next Step" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Electric guitarist/composer Kurt Rosenwinkel extends his wares while attaining or perhaps advancing to loftier heights on his second release for “Verve” records, titled The Next Step. Here, the guitarist and long time band-mate, tenor saxophonist Mark Turner share the bulk of the soloing in conjunction with bassist Ben Street and drummer Jeff Ballard who provide the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kurt Rosenwinkel: The Next Step

Read "The Next Step" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Electric guitarist/composer Kurt Rosenwinkel extends his wares while attaining or perhaps advancing to loftier heights on his second release for “Verve” records, titled The Next Step. Here, the guitarist and long time band-mate, tenor saxophonist Mark Turner share the bulk of the soloing in conjunction with bassist Ben Street and drummer Jeff Ballard who provide the ...


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