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This Is Jazz

Label: Half Note Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Cut & Paste; MSRP; You Are My Sunshine; Seven Steps To Heaven; I Can't Get Started; Treme Swagger.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Donald Harrison: This Is Jazz

Read "This Is Jazz" reviewed by Greg Simmons

Saxophonist Donald Harrison's name is writ large on the cover of This Is Jazz, but the album is a collaborative trio in every sense. After all, playing with legendary bassist Ron Carter and drummer extraordinaire Billy Cobham could never be equated with simply hiring sidemen. Recorded live at New York's Blue Note, the six tracks on ...

This is Jazz

Label: JazzKids Records
Released: 2003

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Willie Myette Trio: This is Jazz

Read "This is Jazz" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Especially in this world of fragmented formats such as the abominable “smooth jazz," Berklee-trained performer and instructor Willie Myette has chosen an ambitious and even hubric title for his debut album. Though he may not cover all the Basies, and though he may occassionally seem as if his sense of “Jazz" as an entire genre disappeared ...

This Is Jazz

Label: JJ-Tracks
Released: 1998

This Is Jazz

Label: TES
Released: 1998

This Is Jazz

Label: Black Lion
Released: 1997

This Is Jazz

Label: Columbia
Released: 1997

This Is Jazz

Label: Point Entertainment
Released: 1996

This Is Jazz

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 1996


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