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by Blueseven

The music of the great saxophonist Dexter Gordon, arranged by Ohad Talmor and played by a mixed group US and Brazilian top notched musicians. The album features some straight ahead jazz to more sophisticated re-working of Dexter's soulful compositions.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Sticky Wicket
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2. Fried Bananas
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3. Apple Jump
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4. Luiza
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5. Willow Weep for Me
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6. Le Coiffeur
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7. Manhã De Carnaval
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8. Soy Califa
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9. Cheesecake
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Album Notes
BlueSeven is a mixed US-Brazil group based out of Sao Paulo.
Under the musical direction of US based Tenor Saxophonist Ohad Talmor who provided all of the arrangements for the music, BlueSeven 7tet features Daniel D'Alcantara on Trumpet, David Richards on Bari Saxophone, Denis Lee on Tenor Saxophone, Ricardo Castellanos on Piano, Bob Bowen on Acoustic Bass and Matt Wilson on Drums.
They joined forces on their debut album recorded in Sao Paulo in 2002, concentrating exclusively on music written by or associated with the great Saxophonist and Composer Dexter Gordon.
From straight ahead Jazz to sophisticated re-working of some of Dexter's most popular compositions, the music offers a rare glimpse into the world of a jazz giant and gives us the opportunity to hear the playing of some of Brazil and New York based most recognizable and inventive musicians.


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