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Verse

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: St. Lucy’s Day; Dotter; It came down from the night and stood on the porch until I invited it in for tea; The Bear; Nimbus; The Valley Of the Shadow; Limbec; Bouge; Erbarmen; Sickle’s Compass Come.

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Jonathan Badger: Verse

Read "Verse" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Baltimore, MD, native Jonathan Badger is a guitarist and technologist who aurally paints a sequence of montages with hornists, vocalists, and strings performers, including Shodekeh who is listed as utilizing a human beat box. It's a diverse electro-acoustic brew via an off the wall melding of avant-garde expressionism, ambient electronica and progressive rock amid slight inferences ...

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Verse

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: -The Moon 6:06 -Lost In This Love 3:03 -Clues 5:01 -Pieces 5:37 -I Could Eat Your Words 7:54 -The Fire 4:54 -Regular Pleasures 5:46 -Dansons La Gigue 4:23 (adapted from text by Paul Verlaine) -You Gotta Go Home 3:20 -If I Were Blue 5:56

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Patricia Barber: Verse

Read "Verse" reviewed by Roger Crane


Verse is Patricia Barber's seventh album since her 1989 debut, Split, on the little known and poorly distributed Floyd Records, named after her musician father, Floyd Barber. Her second album, A Distortion of Love , was released on the Verve Antilles label and did not appear until three years later, but it brought the Chicago-based singer ...

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Patricia Barber: Verse

Read "Verse" reviewed by Jim Santella


Eclectic in everything she does, Patricia Barber has come up with a winner in Verse. Sound samples may be found at www.patriciabarber.com . All original material, Barber's songs tell stories and bring each tale's meaning around emphatically through modern mainstream jazz interpretations. Reaching into folk song territory, the vocalist provides timeless spiritual communication: made for jazz ...

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Patricia Barber: Verse

Read "Verse" reviewed by Paul West


Patricia Barber's newest hybrid of cocktail hour blues and lush vocals jazz is on ample display in Verse, and the result is must listening - and on all ten tracks. Barber's ability to play by her own rules is remarkably assured and stylistically controlled, having a freedom many artists are rarely granted, a tribute to Barber's ...


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