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Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2013

Square Down

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2011

Words And Music

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: It Might as well be Spring; Shulie-A-Bop; Just One of Those Things; I'll be Tired of You; Ladies in Mercedes; It Took Me by Surprise; You Go to My Head; The Cat in the Hat; Piano Na Manguiera.

Traveling Song

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Turns Out; It's All Right with Me; Danse Triste; Minor Steps; Traveling Song; Tu Mas; Precisely Now; Brother Gabriel; New Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

TransAtlantic Collective: Traveling Song

Read "Traveling Song" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

In recent years jazz groups have begun to give themselves names that give nothing away about their composition or style. The TransAtlantic Collective bucks the trend with a name that offers a more helpful description of itself: a group of musicians from the USA, Britain and mainland Europe. American saxophonist Patrick Cornelius, British trumpeter Quentin Collins, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jim Hart Quartet: Words And Music

Read "Words And Music" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

This is the first recording from vibraphonist Jim Hart's Quartet. Subtitled A Tribute to the Art of Song, the album is Hart's attempt to reinterpret some songs by classic songwriters as well as to debut two of his own, and it's a successful attempt. Despite the title, there are no vocals on any ...

Doodle Oodle

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2008

Sienna Red

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2008


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