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Threads

Label: Bob Patin Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Austintatious 2. Porch Swing 3. Beautiful Love 4. The Nearness of You 5. All the Things You Are 6. Turns on a Dime 7. I Know 8. My Foolish Heart 9. Tattooed Girl 10. Bag's Groove 11. My Old Flame 12. Polka Dots and Moonbeams 13. Dauphine Street

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 0
Duration: 4:19

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Threads

Label: Traumton Records
Released: 2010

Album

Threads

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Ananda Rotation - 6:39 2. Sufic Passages - 9:02 3. Weave, Pt. 1 - 3:21 4. Threads - 13:00 5. Carousel of Lightness - 9:02 6. Weave, Pt. 2 - 3:41

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David S. Ware: Threads

Read "Threads" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes


Tenor sax giant David S. Ware, a prominent disciple in the religion of free jazz, has managed to pull off an impressive feat: he stays out of the way while making his presence felt. On Threads, it's almost as though Ware is a guest star on his own session. This is because he has placed the ...

Album

Threads

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: Ananda Rotation; Sufic Passages; Weave I; THREADS; Carousel of Lightness; Weave II.

Album

Threads

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Ananda Rotation; 2. Sufic Passages; 3. Weave I; 4. Threads; 5. Carousel of Lightness; 6. Weave II

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David S. Ware: Threads

Read "Threads" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Change is a necessary and crucial element of both life and music. David S. Ware has always been on the edge of the creative forefront. Whether reinterpreting Sonny Rollins' classic Freedom Suite or providing electronic persuasions on Corridors & Parallels , the avant-garde/free jazz purist continues his search for music that stretches the ...

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David S. Ware String Ensemble: Threads

Read "Threads" reviewed by Rex  Butters


After successfully reinterpreting an untouchable Sonny Rollins classic and blasting into the electronic stratosphere with Corridors and Parallels, tenor sax titan David S. Ware debuts on Thirsty Ear with a string ensemble. His famous quartet returns with William Parker and Guillermo E. Brown as rhythm runners and Matthew Shipp as a sort of one-man ...


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