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We Used to Dance

Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bob

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Joel Frahm: We Used To Dance

Read "We Used To Dance" reviewed by Geoff Mirelowitz


Joel Frahm is a big, gentle looking man with a big, warm sound on the tenor saxophone. On We Used To Dance, he reunites with pianist Kenny Barron, with whom Frahm studied at the Rutgers University jazz program. Frahm has also enlisted the services of the rest of the rhythm section that contributed so much to ...

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Joel Frahm: We Used to Dance

Read "We Used to Dance" reviewed by Jim Santella


Working with pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Victor Lewis on a straight-ahead jazz session would be a real treat for anyone. It turns out to be especially fruitful for tenor saxophonist Joel Frahm, who delivers this program of standards and originals with an artist's delicate touch. The proud owner of a rich, luxurious ...

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We Used To Dance

Label: Sheer Sound
Released: 2002
Track listing: Wicked Whispers; Tembisa - The People; No Lights; The Source; Mhlekazi's Dance (Radio Edit); Oasis; The Finale; Wish You Sunshine; Blues for Nick; We Pray.

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Andile Yenana: We Used To Dance

Read "We Used To Dance" reviewed by AAJ Staff


From its very first notes, pianist Andile Yenana's debut record flows with song. The opener, “Wicked Whispers" (a highly ironic title), introduces all four members of his quartet in a lyrical chorus soaring above gentle swing. Yenana's stated intent with this record is to fuse the sonorities of jazz with the culture and ritual of South ...


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