Mulgrew miller and wingspan the sequel

One of the finer piano trio albums of 2013 — released too late in the year, or on too small a label, to make a dent in the critics’ polls — is George Colligan’s “The Endless Mysteries.” It’s a program of original compositions, most of them sensible and sturdy. And because it was recorded in a few hours with no rehearsal, it’s the product of rough-and-ready postbop expertise, rather than the lived experience of a steady band.

Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!

I found this link on the Weekly update from The Great Lakes Center - which is a minefield of ed deform and very highly funded by Betsy DeVos. But I always find ...

Miller and his family moved to Palmer Township , Lehigh Valley , Pennsylvania in 1989. [33] [34] In that year he joined three other pianists in recording a CD tribute to Memphis pianist Phineas Newborn, Jr. [35] This group, the Contemporary Piano Ensemble, performed intermittently until 1996, often playing together on four separate pianos. [36] In 1990, Miller traveled to the Soviet Union to appear as pianist in Golson's band at the first Moscow International Jazz Festival. [37] In 1992 Miller also toured domestically and internationally with the New York Jazz Giants, a septet containing Jon Faddis , Tom Harrell , Lew Tabackin , Bobby Watson , Ray Drummond , and Carl Allen . [38] [39] Miller continued to accompany vocalists, including on recordings with Dianne Reeves and Cassandra Wilson . [21] Starting in 1993, he also played and recorded with saxophonist Joe Lovano . [40]

Mulgrew Miller And Wingspan The SequelMulgrew Miller And Wingspan The SequelMulgrew Miller And Wingspan The SequelMulgrew Miller And Wingspan The Sequel