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Hard Talk - Mal Waldron Quintet - Hard Talk (CD, Album)

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  1. Vorisar
    Comprised of four intimidating compositions by Mal, this all-star quintet tackles the material seamlessly. Recorded live with moments of brilliance from each horn player, this album is sure to make frquent trips into your stereo. An absolutely essential Waldron album to own/5(9).
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  2. Nigar
    AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow This stimulating session (reissued on CD by Enja) features the masterful avant-garde cornetist Manfred Schoof (whose surprising jumps into the upper-register recall Kenny Wheeler), Steve Lacy on soprano, pianist Mal Waldron, bassist Isla Eckinger, and drummer Allen Blairman.9/
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  3. Vokree
    Mal Waldron was a jazz pianist and composer. His appearances on record date from to and include more than albums under his own name and more than 80 as a sideman. His writing for film soundtracks is also listed on this page.
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  4. Bragor
    Recorded live on May 4, at the East-West-Festival in Nürnberg (Germany). Made In Austria on disc and cover. Tracks 1 to 3 original issued on Enja LP. © & ℗ Enja Records Horst Weber Gmbh/5(8).
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  5. Kelrajas
    Signals is an album by American jazz pianist Mal Waldron featuring solo performances recorded in Baarn, Holland in and released on the Freedom label. Reception. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4.
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  6. Fesho
    Mal Waldron discography and songs: Music profile for Mal Waldron, born 16 August Genres: Jazz, Post-Bop, Modal Jazz. Albums include The Quest, The Call, and Free at Last.
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  7. Yobei
    Mal Waldron Quintet: Hard Talk ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Enja Records: CD Germany: Sell This Version: CD Mal Waldron Quintet: Hard Talk 4/5(2).
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  8. Faelabar
    Mar 10,  · Recorded live on May 4, at the East-West-Festival in Nürnberg (Germany). Made In Austria on disc and cover. Tracks 1 to 3 original issued on 5/5(2).
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  9. Nijinn
    Malcolm Earl Waldron (August 16, – December 2, ) was an American jazz pianist and composer, born in New York City. Like his contemporaries, Waldron's roots lay chiefly in the hard bop and post-bop genres of the New York club scene of the s, but with time he gravitated more towards free jazz and composition. He is known for his dissonant chord voicings and distinctive playing.
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