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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009
Track listing: Waiting; How Deep Is the Ocean; Snow Day; No One; Blame It On the Sun; So in Love; The Unknown; Afternoon; Fly Away; The Place We All Start.


Article: Album Review

Seung-Hee: Waiting

Read "Waiting" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

With a voice that is a lovely as a songbird coupled with exquisiteness, singer Seung-Hee's Waiting is a refreshing jazz vocal debut. Born in Seoul, South Korea, the composer/singer lives and performs in New York City, where her craft is a product of her academic studies in Seoul and Berklee College of Music in Boston, and ...


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Label: Self Produced
Released: 1999
Duration: 7:40



Label: Leo Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Waiting; Endgame; Lucky; Mr. Krapps Neurosis; Assumption; Estragon; Godot; Happy Days; County Roads.


Article: Album Review

Mark O'Leary: Waiting

Read "Waiting" reviewed by Robert Iannapollo

Early recordings by Irish guitarist Mark O'Leary put him in the impressionistic ECM camp, but more recent recordings and gigs with Paul Bley and Milford Graves show him drifting closer towards the avant-garde. Waiting, a set of free improvs inspired by Samuel Beckett with trumpeter Cuong Vu and drummer Tom Rainey, reinforces that view.


Article: Album Review

Mark O'Leary - Cuong Vu - Tom Rainey: Waiting

Read "Waiting" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Mark O’Leary predilige la dimensione del trio, formazione con la quale ha licenziato parecchi dei suoi album. Ma se Awakening, il precedente disco per la Leo, nonostante la compagnia di due fuoriclasse come Steve Swallow e Pierre Favre, era risultato poco convincente e sfocato, questo Waiting risulta perfettamente centrato, lucidamente pensato e perfettamente eseguito. La prima ...


Article: Album Review

Mark O' Leary / Cuong Vu / Tom Rainey: Waiting

Read "Waiting" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Two venerable New York City downtown vets, trumpeter/experimentalist Cuong Vu and drummer Tom Rainey, impart their distinct musical personas upon budding Irish guitarist Mark O'Leary's latest recording, a this studio set. Vu incorporates textural components via loops and EFX, while flexing some muscle on his trumpet. O'Leary's motivation is underscored by the works of famed Irish ...



Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 1976


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