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Sunday Drive

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Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2006
Duration: 5:38

Twin Falls

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Sunday Drive; Going Home; Still One; Lullaby Of The Grandmothers; No Bears Are Out Tonight; Skateland; Domino Biscuit; Disappearing Act; Midnight Snow-Bright; In The Valley; Old Field; Hymn; Interlude; Little Song; Two Lights; Away; Separate And Beautiful.

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Deidre Rodman / Steve Swallow: Twin Falls

Read "Twin Falls" reviewed by Celeste Sunderland

The pairing of pianist Deidre Rodman and bassist Steve Swallow may seem unlikely at first, but upon further investigation, it appears to be just right. They hit it off while touring in Switzerland six years ago and their new duo album chimes with a rare trust. Named for the Idaho town where Rodman ...

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Deidre Rodman / Steve Swallow: Twin Falls

Read "Twin Falls" reviewed by John Kelman

Ask any budding electric jazz bassist who their biggest influence is, and chances are they'll cite the late Jaco Pastorius. And why not? During his tragically short life Pastorius revolutionized his instrument and contributed a small but significant body of work that's still being mined to this day. Why, then, is Steve Swallow so far off ...

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Deidre Rodman / Steve Swallow: Twin Falls

Read "Twin Falls" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Deidre Rodman's third release on Sunnyside is accompanied by a poetic statement of purpose: “Growing up in Idaho, she begins, “the mountains became a part of my consciousness. We are led to expect a backward-looking meditation on natural beauty. A backward-looking meditation is what we get, but its reference points are socio-cultural, not geological. To start, ...


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