Dan St. Marseille | Retrospection

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Retrospection

by Dan St. Marseille

Straight ahead tenor saxophone jazz CD featuring guitarist Ron Eschete
Genre: Jazz: West Coast Jazz
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1. Summer Solace Ben May
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2. Blue Skies Irving Berlin
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3. Billies Bounce Charlie Parker
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4. Polka Dots and Moonbeams Jimmy Van Heusen
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5. After You've Gone Dan St. Marseille
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6. When Light Are Low Benny Carter
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7. Workout Dan St. Marseille
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8. Everything Happens to Me Dan St. Marseille
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9. Like Someone in Love Dan St. Marseille
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10. Retrospection Dan St. Marseille
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\"Dan has mastered a wonderful rich tone that fills the ear and satisfies the soul!\"
—Jazz and Blues Review

The West Coast press on Southern California resident Dan St. Marseille has spent much time name-checking Pres, Hawk, Mobley and Getz, emphasizing the \"classic\" nature of his playing. I also hear some of the rhythmic swagger of Von freeman, as well as the long lines and rich tonal quality found in Dewey Redman. What this all adds up to is one of the most distinctive tenor voices out of the \"mainstream\" that I’ve had the pleasure of encountering recently. [St.] Marseille’s attention to dynamics and tonal manipulation, as well as to what’s going on around him, gives a lot of diversity to his improvising.
-By Larry Nai, for Cadence The Review of Jazz & Blues: Creative Improvised Music, Vol. 25 No. 2 Jan. 1999


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