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Eddie Daniels Memos from Paradise

Down Beat: 4.5 Stars
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Format:  Vinyl LP
sku:  WZGRP 10501
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Vinyl LP Details

  • ORIGINAL PRESSING
  • Originally Released: 1988
  • Label: GRP Records

Entertainment Reviews:

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4.5 Stars

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Spectralight
  • 2.Dreaming
  • 3.Heartline
  • 4.Love Of My Life
  • 5.Homecoming

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Seventh Heaven
  • 2.Capriccio Twilight
  • 3.Impressions From Ancient Dreams
  • 4.Flight Of The Dove

Product Description:

Clarinetist Eddie Daniels mostly plays the music of keyboardist Roger Kellaway on this colorful set, including the four-part "Memos from Paradise." Kellaway, who also arranged all of the music (including Daniels' "Dreaming"), utilized a string quartet, a fine rhythm section (with bassist Eddie Gomez and either Terry Clarke or Al Foster on drums) plus (on "Eight Pointed Star") marimba and harp. Daniels' clarinet is the main voice throughout (with some spots for Kellaway's piano) and shows off both his virtuosity and his improvising talents. Stimulating music. ~ Scott Yanow
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Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 40,331
  • UPC: 011105105019
  • Shipping Weight: 0.50/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 2 items

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