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Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Man of Many Colors; Little Minor Love Song; Dizzy Spells / Jay-Walking; Blues in the Day; Scottish Folk Song; Blame It on My Youth; Love for Sale; Breakdown.

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Walt Weiskopf: Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live

Read "Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live" reviewed by Edward Blanco

A technician with the tenor saxophone, when Walt Weiskopf plays, it's clear that it's him; his voice is sharp, crisp and totally unique. His style is dynamic and comparable, in some respects, to the late jazz icon, Stan Getz.. On Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live, the tenor saxophonist leads his quartet on what happens to be his ...

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Walt Weiskopf: Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live

Read "Walt Weiskopf: Quartet Live" reviewed by Doron Orenstein

Besides being the tenor man onstage with Steely Dan, Walt Weiskopf is first and foremost a prolific solo artist. With over 15 critically acclaimed recordings as a leader, Walt is not one to rest on laurels collected over the course of years, playing alongside legends such as Buddy Rich, Frank Sinatra, Toshiko Akiyoshi, and The Vanguard ...


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