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John Abercrombie and Don Thompson: Yesterdays

Read "Yesterdays" reviewed by Don Phipps


The late John Abercrombie's outstanding and extensive recorded legacy includes two duet albums with fellow guitarist Ralph Towner, Sargasso Sea (ECM 2008) and Five Years Later (ECM, 2014), four Gateway trio albums (with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette), and three Baseline Trio albums (with bassist Hein Van de Geyn and drummer Joe LaBarbera).

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Yesterdays

Label: Cornerstone Records Inc.
Released: 2019
Track listing: Yesterdays; Embraceable You; Alice In Wonderland; Alone Together; Lover Man; Come Rain Or Come Shine; Blue In Green; Turnaround.

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Yesterdays

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Yesterdays; Better Than Anything; The Very Thought of You; You Don't Know What Love Is; Fats Waller Medley: Honeysuckle Rose/Ain't Misbehavin'; Mood Indigo; Waltz for Debby (Lazy Day); I Concentrate on You; Lazy Afternoon; Blue Skies; Fred Astaire Medley: Let's Face the Music and Dance/Cheek to Cheek/I Could Have Danced All Night.

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Sheila Jordan / Harvie S: Yesterdays

Read "Yesterdays" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


With Yesterdays, singer Sheila Jordan yet again proves she can take a worn-to-a-sow's-ear standard and--voila!--turn it into a diamond-encrusted silk purse. Her partners in that magic are Harvie S and his beautifully resonating double bass--both assisting ever so deftly in the creative conversion.Offering previously unreleased material from a 1990 live performance, Jordan and S ...

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Yesterdays

Label: Jazzing Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: John Hardy's Wife; Ula Would Be Two; I Fall In Love Too Easily; The Man I Love; Yesterdays; The Nearness of You; Nature Boy; Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me; What Is This Thing Called Love; How Deep Is The Ocean; Mandy Is Two.

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Myrna Lake: Yesterdays

Read "Yesterdays" reviewed by Samuel Chell


Another album by a female vocalist, another familiar playlist. But hold the assumptions. This is the first and only commercial album by septuagenarian singer Myrna Lake, but that's not the real story here. The recording is noteworthy above all because it refuses to mistake youth for vitality, slickness for substance, or newness for originality. ...

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Yesterdays

Label: RCA
Released: 2009

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Article: Album Review

Keith Jarrett – Gary Peacock – Jack DeJohnette: Yesterdays

Read "Yesterdays" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Keith Jarrett. Sempre lui. Amato o discusso, ma comunque imprescindibile. Questo suo nuovo album, disponibile anche come doppio vinile (il primo pubblicato dall'ECM dopo una pausa di 15 anni), registrato come molti altri in Giappone e dal vivo, è il quarto tratto dai concerti che il trio ha tenuto nel 2001. Anno che a questo punto ...

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Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette: Yesterdays

Read "Yesterdays" reviewed by John Kelman


2001 was clearly a banner year for pianist Keith Jarrett and his quarter century-old Standards Trio. Two shows recorded a week apart, have already been released-- The Out-of-Towners (ECM, 2004) and the stellar My Foolish Heart (ECM, 2007), where the trio expanded its encyclopedic approach to the standards repertoire to include some serious stride and ragtime ...

Album

Yesterdays

Label: Jazzing Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: John Hardy's Wife; Ula Would Be Two (Mandy Is Two); I Fall In Love Too Easily; The Man I Love; Yesterdays; The Nearness of You; Nature Boy; Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me; What Is This Thing Called Love; How Deep Is The Ocean; Mandy Is Two.


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