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Watershed

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2020
Track listing: Rio Escuro; Kobe; Taste of Honey; Brazilian Hug; Mystified; Wally; The Kicker; Waltz New; Cisco; Dreamsville; Charlotte; The Hang.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Stein: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

As his eleventh release on the label, Watershed continues the elegant and blissful creative marriage between guitarist John Stein and Whaling City Sound. A good marriage is based in compromise, in accommodating give-and-take, and Stein's give-and-take with this rhythm section of bassist Frank Herzberg, drummer Zé Eduardo Nazario and pianist Daniel Grajew creates beautiful, delightful music. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Stein: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Jazz guitarist John Stein has produced many recordings throughout his career. Watershed is his fifteenth album and a special one at that, marking his retirement from academics and the beginning of a new chapter in his life. A former professor at Berklee College of Music (his alma mater), Stein is now fully engaged in producing the ...

Watershed

Label: Rogue Art
Released: 2013
Track listing: Dannie Richmond; Le Partage des Eaux; Pathways; Prayer for Wadud; La Voce de la Luna.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Denis Fournier / Nicole Mitchell: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by John Sharpe

Flautist Nicole Mitchell has found a supportive outlet in the Paris-based Rogue Art imprint, with her past outings including Anaya (2009), Emerald Hills (2010), The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest (2012) and Arc Of O (2012), and she is the most well-known name on Watershed. However she sits second in the billing below French percussionist ...

Watershed

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Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. The Thaw; 2. Whitewater; 3. Takeda no Komoriuta; 4. Soranbushi; 5. Cascade; 6. Limestone; 7. Hanagasa Ondo; 8. Estuary.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Satoko Fujii Min-Yoh Ensemble: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

C'è da domandarsi se nella carriera della pianista giapponese questo disco rappresenti una tappa mirata ma isolata, oppure un'evoluzione consapevole e duratura, in grado di proiettarsi nel futuro. Infatti la musica scaturisce da un approfondimento del Min-Yoh, cioè della musica folklorica giapponese “che, suonata da dilettanti ed arrangiata collettivamente dagli esecutori, presenta una bellezza derivata dalla ...

Watershed

Label: Libra Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: The Thaw; Whitewater; Takeda no Komoriuta; Soranbushi; Cascade; Limestone Cave; Hanagasa Ondo; Estuary.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Satoko Fujii Min-Yoh Ensemble: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Min-Yoh is the newest star in pianist Satoko Fujii's growing constellation of amazing improvising groups. While the presence of her partner in music and life, virtuoso trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, is a given, Fujii's musical interactions with a seemingly endless array of top-drawer improvisers from all over the world are almost as intimate. The pair gives the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Henry Hey Trio: Watershed

Read "Watershed" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Henry Hey is a fine young pianist, and his trio works together with the precision of a Swiss watch. The problem I have with Watershed lies not with the performance but with the repertoire; all save one of the compositions are Hey’s, and none has enough allure to summon more than a temperate response. Granted, that ...


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