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Triangle

Label: Luba Mason Productions
Released: 2020
Track listing: Bach, Stevie Wonder, and Janette Monae; Haled's Song About Love; Ticket To Ride; Waters of March; Ceresne; In Walked Bud; Inolvidable; Toxicity; Say It; 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover.

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Luba Mason: Triangle

Read "Triangle" reviewed by Jim Worsley

The rather smarmy “Bach, Stevie Wonder, and Janette Monae" opens this live performance. While disconcerting, the tide shifts dramatically with The Beatles' John Lennon-Paul McCartney classic “Ticket to Ride." It is reimagined in a sultry and just short of brilliant manner. Luba Mason's vocal phrasing brings an entire new essence to this tune. Bassist James Genus ...

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Label: Fiver House Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 09:01

3 Sides of A Question

Label: Synergy Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Julian, So It Seemed, Bar-Rock, Out'A Town, Pasamatania, A Crimson Scarf, Me'N You, VHS, I See Better With My Eyes, Spongello, In The Wee Small Hours of The Morning.

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Triangle: 3 Sides of A Question

Read "3 Sides of A Question" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Does anyone out there remember the jazz group that became known as Rubisa Patrol? The quartet recorded two albums for ECM in 1976 and 1977; pianist Art Lande was the leader and trumpeter Mark Isham was among the original members. Lande's own debut came in 1973 with ECM's Red Lanta. After several addition albums under his ...


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