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Natalie Cressman & Secret Garden: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Imagine what it would be like to grow up in a household in which both parents are exceptional jazz musicians, a childhood completely immersed in live music and performance. Natalie Cressman, daughter of vocalist Sandy Cressman and trombonist Jeff Cressman, has had just such an upbringing, and her debut album Unfolding indicates that she is making ...

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Unfolding

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Flip; Whistle Song; Honeysuckle Rose; Echo; Skylight; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; Waking; Reaching For Home; That Kind.

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Natalie Cressman and Secret Garden: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson


Looking for antecedents for trombonist/vocalist Natalie Cressman? All About Jazz's C. Michael Bailey correctly points us to Jack Teagarden, the original singing trombonist. And, in fact, Cressman finds plenty of opportunity in the funkier passages of Unfolding, her debut album, to deploy a fluid and full Teagarden-like sound on the instrument.But Cressman--twenty years old ...

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Natalie Cressman and Secret Garden: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


If John the Baptist was supposed to be the reincarnation of the prophet Elijah, then Natalie Cressman is certainly the same for Jack Teagarden. Both sing and play trombone, and that is all that's required for a spiritual connection. Cressman's debut, Unfolding, sports a crazy “Honeysuckle Rose" and a slew of fine originals. Equally capable as ...

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Unfolding

Label: Frabjous Entertainment
Released: 2011
Track listing: Track 1:Autumn Leaves, 2:57 Track 2:The Lady Is a Tramp, 2:08 Track 3: True Love, 2:47 Track 4:This Can't Be Love, 1:13 Track 5:Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans, 2:49 Track 6: The Song Is You Angela Clark 1:45 Track 7:Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me, 3:20 Track 8: Wind Beneath My Wings Angela Clark 3:28 Track 9:Home From "the Wiz, 3:15

Album

Unfolding

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 2009

Album

Unfolding

Label: J Curve Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Sea Shantey; Isabella Meets Wally; If and Only If; You Are the Sunshine of My Life; 'Todd's Dream; PB and J; MAO's Blues; Second Chance; Equinox.

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Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Jack Bowers


I’ve heard a number of masterful young pianists recently, and here’s another one. Like any perceptive keyboard artist, Aaron Goldberg writes poetry with his fingertips, evoking the same feelings of warmth and desire, sadness and joy that are common to the written or spoken word. Unfolding, Goldberg’s second J Curve album, consists of seven of his ...

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Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Jim Santella


Impressionism drives the jazz piano trio. Aren't we all storytellers? Listeners' interpretations can vary, and that's what makes art special. Just let yourself go. On his second recording as leader, Aaron Goldberg unfolds seven original stories and two classic pieces. His trio works in close proximity, with an intuitive feel. There's a fair amount of freedom ...

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Aaron Goldberg: Unfolding

Read "Unfolding" reviewed by Bob Powers


Jazz often translates to the unitiated as noise without meaning. Folks who love jazz in all its variations would make a good choice if their jazzless neighbors or co-workers were introduced to Aaron Goldberg. In his second album, Unfolding for the Cincinnati-based label J Curve, Goldberg provides ample evidence that he's ready to climb the top ...


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