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Way Out East Vol.1

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Bye Bye Blackbird
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On Green Dolphin Street
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I'll Remember April
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Taurus People
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Star Eyes
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There'll Never Be Another You
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This Time The Dream On Me
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Four
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 43:36

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The first volume of Steve Grossman’s two trio sessions, Way out East, with bassist Joony Booth and drummer Joe Chambers, exhibits the strong influence of Sonny Rollins, though the aura of John Coltrane is also present in his playing. The big-toned tenor saxophonist excels in this setting. Grossman’s aggressive take of the opener, “Bye Bye Blackbird,” falters slightly in places with some unnecessary reed squeaks, but overall it is a fine effort. Better are the flawless takes of such perennial favorites as “On Green Dolphin Street,” “I’ll Remember April,” “Star Eyes,” and Miles Davis’ “Four.” Chambers’ strong percussion drives Grossman’s first-rate original “Taurus People.” Recommended. – Ken Dryden

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