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Time and Again

Label: 7jazz
Released: 2011

Time And Again

Label: SteepleChase Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Homeland; 2 2 2; First Things Last; Excuse My Shoes; Time And Again; Ours; Russian Playground.

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Gary Versace: Time and Again

Read "Time and Again" reviewed by John Kelman

Gary Versace sure gets around. Since relocating to New York in 2002 following a ten-year professorship at the University of Oregon, he's become such an in-demand player that he's rarely at home--a situation bound to remain status quo well into 2006. Whether playing accordion on Maria Schneider's acclaimed Concert in the Garden (ArtistShare, 2004), piano on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Versace: Time and Again

Read "Time and Again" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

Some band leaders put recordings together as if they should be the only soloist, the other musicians mere accompanists. Gary Versace, here as organist, has successfully sidestepped that boring, egotistical approach. “First Things Last, a simple piece that serves the function of an up-tempo swing tune, is a good example of how the band really plays ...

Time And Again

Label: Eagle Records
Released: 2003

Time And Again

Label: Landmark Records
Released: 1992


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