Roland Barber | Heart Expressed, Art Finessed

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Heart Expressed, Art Finessed

by Roland Barber

Modern, straight ahead, soulful jazz trombone - an elegant tapestry of tones and compositions with roots in the blues, swing, bebop - full of spirit and soul. "What jazz trombone is all about!" - Curtis Fuller
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Morningside Heights, Harlem in Sight
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2. Chopsticks
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5:55 $2.00
3. The Dripper
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7:08 $3.00
4. Lolita's Invitation (Scentual)
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5:27 $3.00
5. Learning to Love
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6:29 $2.00
6. Caress
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6:49 $2.00
7. Pocket Aces
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6:59 $3.00
8. What Is This Thing Called Love
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9. I Want to Talk About You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Produced by Roland Barber, this album features writing and improvisation in a jazz quintet setting - featuring Roland on trombone, Rahsaan Barber on saxophones, Ulysses Owens on drums, Jim Ferguson on bass, and Gordon Webster on piano. Most of the songs are original compositions in a modern jazz vein. Other selections include Steve Turre's romantic ballad, "The Dripper," Singer Billy Eckstine's swinging gem, "I Want to Talk About You," and a jazz reworking of the tune "Chopsticks" for the quintet. Enjoy!


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