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The Pamela Hines Trio: Drop 2

Read "Drop 2" reviewed by Jim Santella

In the straight-ahead tradition of acoustic jazz, Pamela Hines leads this lovely session of standards and originals with an appealing, refreshing charm. She takes a familiar melody, removes its standard interface, and comes up with a new approach. Familiar themes are surrounded with an exciting fanfare that includes extensive soloing from bass and drums. ...

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The Pamela Hines Trio: Drop 2

Read "Drop 2" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

The sixth album from Boston-based pianist Pamela Hines, Drop 2, is a solid piano trio session with two originals voiced by singer April Hall. Pamela Hines is a 1998 graduate from the New England Conservatory with a masters in music. In addition to her previous recordings, Hines was also featured on Marian McPartland's NPR Piano Jazz ...

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The Pamela Hines Trio: Drop 2

Read "Drop 2" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Beatles tunes are showing up fairly often on jazz discs these days. On The Fred Hersch Trio + 2 (Palmetto, 2004), the pianist/leader included an early Fab Four hit, “And I Love Her"; Brad Mehldau's Day is Done (Nonesuch, 2005) immersed his trio in “Martha My Dear" and “She's Leaving Home."And now Boston-based pianist ...


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