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  1. Mazukinos Reply

    Dejohnette, Jack - Piano Album - landpiddfarcchodatingsataseditersemp.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Minority 2. Lydia 3. Countdown 4. Spiral 5. Time After Time 6. Milton Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 2 customer ratings; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Modern Postbebop (CDs & Vinyl) # in /5(2).

  2. Mazum Reply

    The other three are all Dejohnette. The first track is one of deJohnette's classic groove feels, ala Miles. He also fades in some rather dissonant chord clusters on the organ. Track 2 is a solo drum track, with Jack playing a melodic theme on his toms and embellishing it throughout. Track three finds Jack with Abercrombie playing a swing feel/5(6).

  3. Tezahn Reply

    May 05,  · Jack DeJohnette released his first ever piano solo album last week. The album is titled Return, and was released on France’s vinyl-only label, Newvelle.

  4. Sasar Reply

    Album Album (ECM, ) Special Edition with John Purcell and David Murray The Jack DeJohnette Piano Album (Landmark, ) Zebra (MCA, ) synthesizer solos and duets with Lester Bowie.

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    Jack DeJohnette - The Jack DeJohnette Piano Album - landpiddfarcchodatingsataseditersemp.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content The Jack DeJohnette Piano Album Jack DeJohnette Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from/5(2).

  6. Niramar Reply

    The Jack DeJohnette Piano Album is an album by Jack DeJohnette with Eddie Gómez and Freddie Waits recorded in and released on the Landmark label.

  7. Dougore Reply

    A record that really dives deep with a rich mix of creative rhythms and inventive horn lines! The album still has Jack DeJohnette staying true to his more avant roots – working with tenor from David Murray, alto and soprano sax from John Purcell, baritone and tuba from Howard Johnson, and LP, Vinyl record album.

  8. Garr Reply

    The great Chico Freeman really shines here with drummer Jack DeJohnette – lending his tenor, flute, and bass clarinet to the album – and helping make it a really reed-heavy affair! John Purcell's also in the frontline with Chico – playing alto, baritone, and flute – and in addition to Peter Warren's bass and cello, the album Jack DeJohnette also plays drums, congas.

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