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Ones All

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Homecoming
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Three Step Dance
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Pork Pie Hat
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Jumpin' In
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Reminiscence
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Mr. P. C.
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Little Girl, I'll Miss You
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Cashel
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Blues for C.M.
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Pass It On
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God Bless The Child
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 57:28

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Charles Farrell

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Since returning to active playing in 2005 after a career as a boxing manager, pianist Charles Farrell has released eleven CDs, played with Ornette Coleman, and

01.02.14
Dave Holland, Ones All
2013 | Label: Dare2 / Redeye

In 1992, Dave Holland made a solo bass album, only his second in a long career (he also recorded Music from Two Basses with Barre Phillips in the early 1970s). Now available on eMusic, Ones All is chance to hear Holland at length, alternating between set pieces and large sections of complete improvisation. The finest bassist of his generation, Holland combines finger technique, fullness of tone, compositional integrity and emotional complexity, much like a modern-era… read more »

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Excellent, highly recommended

thirdpol

Eleven tracks of unaccompanied bass? It sounds daunting, yet there is a whole genre of solo albums by great bass players - the great William Parker has done several, and Dave Holland's Emerald Tears on ECM is one of the best known. I had never heard of this and it is even better than the ECM disc, though more mainstream (more obviously hewing to melodies). Warm, springy and singing explorations of Holland's own tunes plus Mingus's Goodbye Porkpie Hat and God Bless the Child. Reminiscence and a version of Coltrane's Mr PC are great. Let the deep draw you down and try at least a few of the tracks.