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To Speak

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2012

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Roundtrip

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: UMMG; Charmed Circle; Waltz for Sommer; Moment's Notice; Roundtrip; Moon and Sand; 7e Arrondissement; Au Duc des Lombards; Andantino

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Crossover

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Freefall; Crossover; 7e Arrondissement; Release; Middle Man; Don't Forget The Poet; The Peacocks.

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Daniel Gassin Trio: Crossover

Read "Crossover" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Described as a “brilliant, lyrical young Melbourne pianist/composer," Australian jazz pianist Daniel Gassin reveals but a glimpse of his talents on Crossover, as evidenced by the quality of his compositions and the elite caliber of his performance. A follow up to his debut, Roundtrip (Vorticity Music, 2004)--which was rereleased in 2010--Crossover is an enchanting recording of ...

Album

EQ

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2007

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Visions

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Visions; Fool on the Hill; Both Sides Now; Fire and Rain; The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face; Leaving on a Jet Plane; Sounds of Silence; Moon River.

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Mark Isaacs: Visions

Read "Visions" reviewed by Ken Kase


Mark Isaacs, whose impressive resume includes associations with jazz greats such as Kenny Wheeler and Roy Haynes, as well as extensive forays into classical performance and composition, presents quite a puzzler with Visions. While it's certainly refreshing to see a capable musician take on popular tunes written after 1960, the album ultimately yields mixed results.

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Mark Isaacs: Visions

Read "Visions" reviewed by John Kelman


Some people insist that contemporary music offers little grist for the imagination, but increasing numbers of jazz artists are proving that's simply not so. From Brad Mehldau to Dave Douglas and Herbie Hancock, new takes on material by artists as diverse as Radiohead, Nick Drake and BjÃrk are becoming an everyday occurrence. Add Australian-based Mark Isaacs ...

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Keeping The Standards

Label: Vorticity Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Skylark; Gone With The Wind; Footprints; Falling In Love With Love; Somewhere

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Mark Isaacs: Keeping the Standards

Read "Keeping the Standards" reviewed by John Kelman


Following up his 2000 release, Closer , Australian pianist Mark Isaacs turns away from original composition and instead examines the Great American Songbook in a programme of standards featuring bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Adam Nussbaum. The result is a marked reinvention of pieces including Hoagy Carmichael's “Skylark" and the Bernstein/Sondheim classic, “Somewhere." A true multidisciplinary ...


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