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The Path to Delphi

Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. The Path To Delphi (David Gibson) - 7:37; 02. Icarian Sea (David Gibson) - 7:41; 03. Son of Alcumus (David Gibson) - 9:39; 04. Eidolon (David Gibson) - 6:19; 05. Hestia's Egress (David Gibson) - 8:00; 06. Persephone (David Gibson) - 8:31; 07. Serpents of Hera (David Gibson) - 7:09; 08. The Oracle Within (David Gibson) - 6:11; 09. Prometheus Peace (David Gibson) - 8:18

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David Gibson: The Path to Delphi

Read "The Path to Delphi" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il trombonista David Gibson è uno che dimostra ancora una volta come studiando diligentemente si possano ottenere notevoli risultati, basta avere volontà e doti. Il suo disco precedente - Maya (per la stessa casa discografica), era un buon album di bop condito con interessanti assoli nel rispetto della tradizione. Con il suo nuovo Path to Delphi ...

Album

The Path to Delphi

Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Path to Delphi; Icarian Sea; Son of Alcumus; Eidolon; Hestia's Egress; Persephone; Serpents of Hera; The Oracle Within; Prometheus; Peace.

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David Gibson: The Path to Delphi

Read "The Path to Delphi" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes


The Path to Delphi, trombonist David Gibson's latest work, is a walk along the path of spirituality in the tradition of John Coltrane. The Hellenic-themed opus kicks off with Dwayne Burno's bass statement on the title cut, a tightly arranged, reed-driven tune. Rick Germanson's deft and inventive piano solo sparkles, building the tension before Gibson steps ...

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David Gibson: The Path to Delphi

Read "The Path to Delphi" reviewed by John Kelman


Some jazz fans are constantly on the lookout for innovation and look down their noses at albums that are less than revolutionary--or even evolutionary, for that matter. But the truth is that within the broader purview of jazz there's plenty of room for works that are less ambitious but no less engaging. Sometimes a good story ...


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