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Pyramid

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Battle Royal
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Isfahan
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Speak Low
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Broken Dreams
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Night And Day
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Yesterdays
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Are You Real?
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Pyramid
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All Too Soon
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Sweet And Lovely
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 55:59

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House Party Starting: Playing Herbie Nichols

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

Ask a jazz fan about Herbie Nichols, and the reaction is likely to be either, "He's a genius," or "Who?" The pianist and composer is the paradigm of a genius neglected in his own time. Nichols's classic mid-'50s sides for Blue Note were all but forgotten when he passed at 44 in 1963. A.B. Spellman memorialized him with a chapter in 1966's Four Lives in the Be-Bop Business, but he didn't get much respect till… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Lew Tabackin’s guest appearance with the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra is one of the most enjoyable in their series of collaborations with jazz soloists. Tabackin is a swinging tenor saxophonist and a top notch flute player as well, playing both on the exciting opener by Duke Ellington, “Battle Royal” and showcasing his lyrical flute on “Speak Low.” In addition to his outstanding playing throughout the CD, he composed the haunting bittersweet ballad “Broken Dreams.” Most of the arrangements by conductor Rob Pronk complement Tabackin’s playing without overwhelming him with excessive strings. This is a very wellcrafted release worth purchasing. – Ken Dryden

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