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Tim Davies Big Band: The Expensive Train Set

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Tim Davies, who led a big band in his native Australia before relocating to Los Angeles in 2000, reprises that experience on parts of The Expensive Train Set, returning home to supervise his Melbourne ensemble on four selections, presiding over his Los Angeles-based band on four others, and somehow managing to blend the two groups together ...

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Daryl McKenzie Jazz Orchestra: Return Journey

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Return Journey, the fourth recording --and first in four years --by Daryl McKenzie's splendid Jazz Orchestra from Melbourne, Australia, was inspired in part by McKenzie's visit to the States in 2012 wherein he renewed ties with many of his onetime musical mates and colleagues and briefly returned “home" to the University of North Texas in Denton. ...

Daryl McKenzie Jazz Orchestra: It's About Time / Scallywag / Slammin' Joe's

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Delightful discourses from Down Under, courtesy of three high-flying albums by trombonist Daryl McKenzie's intrepid Jazz Orchestra from the merry old land of Oz (more widely known as Australia). The first, It's About Time, was recorded in 2007, the others (Scallywag, Slammin' Joe's) in 2010, when the band was roughly eight years old. Yes, big-band jazz ...

Sorry, Pardon, What?

Label: Newmarket Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Sorry, Pardon, What?; Asahi Nage; Fletch Lives; Fading Away; Folks Passed

On the Surface, in the Core: Paul Williamson Sextet

Label: Newmarket Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: https://paulwilliamson.bandcamp.com/album/on-the-surface-in-the-core

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Tim Wilson Trio: Sorry, Pardon, What?

Read "Sorry, Pardon, What?" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

The core of Sorry, Pardon, What? is the three part suite that opens the disc. A palpable sense of movement persists through the sections. “Part 1" opens with a fanfare that recalls Ornette Coleman before it proceeds to sail along with a jittery momentum. The ominous drone of Ben Robertson's bowed bass heralds “Part 2," the ...


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