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8 thoughts on “ Inner Sounds, Part I - Steve Treseler Group Featuring Ingrid Jensen - Center Song (CD, Album)

  1. Following up on his critically acclaimed album - Invisible Sounds: For Kenny Wheeler, co-led with the renowned trumpeter Ingrid Jensen - Snow Line Suite offers a remarkable sound portrait of North America's Western mountain ranges through evocative soundscapes, poignant themes, and propulsive grooves. Treseler is joined by the Denver-based Annie Booth trio, featuring Booth on piano, Patrick.
  2. On December 7, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra drove 8 hours on an off day to play for Clark Terry on his 94th birthday. Victor Goines, James Chirillo, Ted Nash, Vincent Gardner, and Walter Blanding recall the day and the impact that Clark had on jazz.
  3. Steve Treseler. 1, likes · 1 talking about this. Seattle-based saxophonist, composer, teaching artist, and author.
  4. To say Steve Earle had career problems in when he recorded Train a Comin' is something more than an understatement. Earle's life went into a dramatic tailspin thanks to a voracious drug habit after he parted ways with MCA in , and he ended up spending a few months in jail on drug and weapons charges in Earle thankfully got treatment for his addictions while behind bars, and was.
  5. Dec 31,  · Here are the tunes we heard this week on "Straight, No Chaser": Hammer Klavier Trio -- "Take Fifteen" -- Rocket in the Pocket -- Jan Matthies (N) Florian.
  6. Steve Treseler Group feat Ingrid Jensen - Center Song (CMA, ) Pietro Tonolo / Gil Goldstein / Steve Swallow / Paul Motian - Your Songs: The Music of Elton John (ObliqSound, ) Vromb - Emission Plot (Ant-Zen Chris Welcome - Wasteland, Untitled, Colors (Empty Room Music) cd-r.
  7. Steve Treseler Group, Ingrid Jensen - Center Song (Feat. Ingrid Jensen) - soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl. Go Search Hello /5(4).
  8. The Sugarland duo has never formally met Steve Earle, but Kristian Bush has crossed paths with him, which led to this song. In our interview with Kristian, he explained that in , he was working on an album with his group Billy Pilgrim at Treasure Isle Recorders in .

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