Identity Thief - Joshua Redman - Compass

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  1. Akiran
    On Compass, Joshua Redman takes the concept of “playing trio” in surprising new directions. The title of his third Nonesuch disc evokes navigation, travel, a desire to find one’s bearings. Redman confirms, “This album was a journey for me, a further exploration of the trio format.
  2. Najora
    Feb 03,  · The acclaimed tenor saxophonist looks to add a little direction to his experimental searching and gets some positively "mixed" results.7/
  3. Kigagami
    Joshua Redman's album Back East rightfully drew critical comparisons to Sonny Rollins' legendary trio date Way Out West, given everything from the mirror image implication in the title to the manner in which Redman offered the material on the set. The presence of Rollins looms large over Compass as well. Once more, Redman explores a piano-less trio, though there are some quartet and 8/
  4. Maladal
    Compass is a studio album by American jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman. It was released on January 13, via Nonesuch Records label to a critical success, scoring 83% on cofymvoodookinosthordiri.infoinfo: Post-bop.
  5. Kagakasa
    Feb 06,  · The result is Compass, a disc that Redman describes as "a journey for me an expansion on, and an extension of 'Back East'." Compass goes in an entirely new direction for Redman; its an exhilarating leap into uncharted territory. Compass is nothing short of mesmerizing, its conceptual risks paying off for musician and listener alike/5(15).

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