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Half Past Late - Michael Brecker - Time Is Of The Essence (CD, Album)

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  1. Grotaur says:
    Get Michael Brecker setlists - view them, share them, discuss them with other Michael Brecker fans for free on orhedmacocapartarebrattcoldthrifteg.xyzinfo! Sign in to get statistics for your Half Past Late (1) More Michael Brecker statistics. Last updated: 2 Jun , Etc/UTC. Covers. Covered .
  2. Daira says:
    * Verve Michael Brecker - Time Is Of The Essence. Michael Brecker Quintet. Michael Brecker, tenor sax; Herbie Hancock, piano; Pat Metheny, guitar; Charlie Haden, bass; Jack DeJohnette, drums; James Taylor, vocals #2,5. Right Track Recording, NYC, December ,
  3. Tole says:
    Jan 01,  · Michael Brecker: Time Is of the Essence Published January 1, – By Bill Milkowski Since Michael Brecker has long been regarded as one of the top two or three descendants of John Coltrane, it was inevitable that he get together with Elvin Jones.
  4. Bazahn says:
    Album Description. Michael Brecker introduced a couple of new wrinkles to his sound on his sixth album, in the form of two new sidemen. Larry Goldings' organ makes for an unusual quartet -- also including Brecker on tenor sax, frequent guest Pat Metheny on guitar, and one of three different drummers -- in that there is no bass.
  5. Sharr says:
    From the release Time Is of the Essence (Album) First Played in Concert July 20, by Michael Brecker at Montreux Jazz Festival ; Most Recently Played March 28, by Pat Metheny at Musikfest Cafe, Bethlehem, PA, USA.
  6. Aratilar says:
    Michael Brecker Time Is Of The Essence Album release date 11/2/ Verve Records Arc of the Pendulum () Sound Off () Half Past Late () Timeline () The Morning of This Night () Renaissance Man () Dr. Slate () As I Am () Outrance ( Personnel Michael Brecker Pat Metheny Guitar Larry Goldings Organ Elvin.
  7. Kajitaxe says:
    A remarkable technician and a highly influential tenor saxophonist (the biggest influence on other tenors since Wayne Shorter), Michael Brecker took a long time before getting around to recording his first solo album. He spent much of his career as a top-notch studio player who often appeared backing pop singers, leading some jazz listeners to overlook his very strong improvising skills.
  8. Malagal says:
    Goldings does a masterful job carrying half the rhythm section burden, laying the harmonic foundation, and playing consistently strong solos. Time Is of the Essence is not an earth-shattering record, but like Two Blocks from the Edge, it suggests that Michael Brecker has .

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