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Turn Out the Stars

Label: What If? Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Turn Out The Stars; My Foolish Heart; The Days Of Wine And Roses; Jeremy; Memory Of Scotty; Kind Of Bill; Blue In Green; Twelve Tone Tune Two; Goodbye Mr. Evans.

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Martin Wind Quartet: Turn Out the Stars

Read "Turn Out the Stars" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Has an artist ever been characterized as a hopeful romantic? If not, then let us nominate Martin Wind, not as hopeless, but a bullish and inspiring romantic. His quartet and the 36- piece Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana tribute to pianist Bill Evans Turn Out The Stars marries his talents, both as a jazz bassist/bandleader and orchestral arranger. ...

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Turn Out The Stars

Featuring the music of Joe La Barbera
Duration: 09:47

This is live concert of the Martin Wind Quartet with the Marchigiano Philharmonic conducted by Massimo Morganti
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Turn Out The Stars

Featuring the music of Herbie Hancock
Duration: 5:32

Herbie Hancock Week We celebrate the music and the colaborations of one of Modern Music's most important Icons A Beautiful tribute to the late Bill Evans by Herbie and extraordinary guitarist John McLaughlin.

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