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Woody Shaw: The Complete Muse Sessions

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD1: The Moontrane; Are They Only Dreams; Tapscott's Blues; Sanyas; Katrina Ballerina; Tapscott's Blues (alt. tk.); Katrina Ballerina (alt. tk.). CD2: Love Dance; Obsequious; Sun Bath; Zoltan; Soulfully I Love You (Black Spiritual of Love). CD3: Hello to the Wind; Obsequious; Sanyas; Jean Marie; Bilad as Sudan (Land of the Blacks). CD4: Cassandranite; Obsequious; Baloo, Baloo; Three Muses; Tetragon; Jean Marie; Sashianova. CD5: In Case You Haven't Heard; Little Red's Fantasyl Tomorrow's Destiny; Iron Man; Jitterbug Waltz; Symmetry; Diversion One; Song of Songs; Diversion Two. CD6: There is o Greater Love; All the Way; Spiderman Blues; The Touch of Your Lips; What's New; When Love is New; There Will Never Be Another You; You Stepped Out of a Dream; Speak Low; Solid. CD7: It Might as Well Be Spring; The Woody Woodpecker Song; If I Were a Bell; Imagination; Dat Dere; You and the Night and the Music; Stormy Weather; Steve's Blues.

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Woody Shaw: The Complete Muse Sessions

Read "Woody Shaw: The Complete Muse Sessions" reviewed by John Kelman

The past couple years have been banner ones for reviving the legacy of Woody Shaw, a trumpeter and composer who--emerging in the early '60s on albums by extant jazz stars like Eric Dolphy, Andrew Hill, McCoy Tyner and Horace Silver, and contributing to on-the-rise names including Larry Young and Chick Corea--has all-too-often been overlooked. Still, with ...


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