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9 thoughts on “ David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin, Tony Marino, Jim Black - Different But The Same (CD, Album)

  • Shakagul
    22.12.2019 at 06:02
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    David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin, Tony Marino & Jim Black: Different But February 27, “ he is a genuine master with an original voice and command of the saxophone shaped by a legacy running from Coleman Hawkins to Evan Parker.” (The New York City Jazz Record, September ). Reply
  • Maurr
    30.12.2019 at 13:07
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    Dave Liebman and Ellery Eskelin’s Different but the Same (Hatology) made me think of Jack DeJohnette’s album Special Edition-in part because each album features Read More "David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin, Tony Marino, Jim Black: Different but the Same". Reply
  • Kigagar
    27.12.2019 at 03:10
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    Label: hatOLOGY - hatOLOGY • Format: CD Album • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Free Improvisation David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin, Tony Marino, Jim Black - Different But The Same (, CD) | Discogs/5(3). Reply
  • Zuluzuru
    30.12.2019 at 05:18
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    May 27,  · David Liebman/ Ellery Eskelin, Different But the Same bassist Tony Marino's timbre and precision, and Jim Black's devastating drumming make this fine album particularly special. Reply
  • Goltill
    29.12.2019 at 12:46
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    Playing on the edge of avant garde and free bop, Different But The Same with Ellery Eskelin and Lieb on tenor saxes, Jim Black on drums and Tony Marino on bass recalls the great two tenor tradition (Dexter and Ammons, Al and Zoot, etc.) with a completely contemporary sound. The group has three CDs on the Hatology label: “Different But The Same,” “Renewal” and “Non Sequiturs” featuring . Reply
  • Kazikree
    27.12.2019 at 06:21
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    Type: Person, Gender: Male, Born: in Wichita, Area: United States. Reply
  • Mazubei
    28.12.2019 at 08:08
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    David Liebman and Ellery Eskelin have complementary styles on tenor. Both can play in the freest of settings but are also strong hard bop improvisers when that is what the music calls for. On Different But the Same, they contribute five originals, explore three selections based on the chord changes of "What Is This Thing Called Love," and dig into pieces by Tadd Dameron and Wayne Shorter. Reply
  • JoJoshakar
    25.12.2019 at 11:53
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  • Mejinn
    27.12.2019 at 16:32
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