8 thoughts on “ Open And Shut - Eric Alexander - Its All In The Game (CD, Album)

  1. Alexander's originals are equally enjoyable. "Typhoon 11" mixes a samba flavor with post-bop, with Mabern sounding at times like McCoy Tyner, while the tense blues "Open and Shut" would have been a perfect contribution to the repertoire of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. Eric Alexander is a clear winner with It's All in the Game.9/
  2. Discogs: CD, It's All In The Game. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。4/5(1).
  3. "I'm trying to have the whole horn sing clearly and relatively evenly," Eric Alexander says in a quote in the booklet notes which accompany It's All In The afsanleosancontgua.ellagniananbohesninethirddohoza.co's ample evidence here of how successful he's been with that aim, but he neglects to mention that allying it with an exceptional level of invention within the idiom of the post bop mainstream makes for the kind .
  4. Apr 16,  · Eric Alexander: Incredibly good, mature - knows what he wants to do and how to get there. Beautiful to listen to. Full of ideas, phrasing and tone that grabs you - speaks to you - and holds you for the whole journey. Not afraid to try to please a general audience and a jazz audience in the same breath because he can do it!
  5. Eric Alexander: It's All In The Game auf CD Eric Alexander: It's All In The Game Eric Alexander (geb. ) It's All In The Game CD CD (Compact Disc) Herkömmliche CD, die mit allen CD-Playern und Computerlaufwerken, aber auch mit den meisten SACD- oder Multiplayern abspielbar ist. Hörprobe Track 5: Open and shut Open and shut 6. Hörprobe.
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  7. Find Eric Alexander discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating It's All in the Game: Highnote Records, Inc. Sunday in New York: Tokuma Records.
  8. First off, while its title might suggest otherwise, this is not a live album; the CD takes its name from a piece by Eric Alexander's pianist, the veteran Harold Mabern. This is a fitting gesture, as Mabern is a key to this session's many pleasures and has been a mentor to Alexander during the saxophonist's steady rise to the top ranks of his.

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