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Tickle Toe

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Tickle Toe; Centerpiece; The Man I Love; Allen

Tickle Toe

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2008

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cy Touff & Sandy Mosse: Tickle Toe

Read "Tickle Toe" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Time has its wrinkles. Within its folds can lie discoveries that make the heart happy like this album recorded by Cy Touff (bass trumpet) and Sandy Mosse (tenor sax) in 1981. The two had called on John Campbell (piano), Kelly Sill (bass) and Jerry Coleman (drums) and entered Universal Studios for a session of mainstream tunes. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cy Touff/Sandy Mosse: Tickle Toe

Read "Tickle Toe" reviewed by John Barron

The pairing-up of jazz personalities often fails to live up to the hype, falling short of listener expectations. Musical camaraderie is not something that can simply be conjured up by outside sources--despite the ongoing efforts of record labels and festival promoters. Successful musical partnerships are more often than not the result of experiential similarities between artists, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cy Touf / Sandy Mosse: Tickle Toe

Read "Tickle Toe" reviewed by Nic Jones

These co-leaders had been stalwarts of the scene for decades by the time they cut these sides in Chicago in 1981. They worked that rich seam of post-bop music that conversely looked back to the music immediately prior to that significant shift. Here, they lay out their credentials in the company of a rhythm section that's ...

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Tickle Toe

Featuring the music of Scott Hamilton & Harry Allen
Duration: 13:16

Scott Hamilton (ts), Harry Allen (ts), Brian Lemon (p), Dave Green (b), Steve Brown (dr) at the 2000 SWR Jazz Festival.

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