1. Spinning Songs of Herbie Nichols was released by Leo Records in February The Cadence reviewer wrote: "With an abundance of complexity, Nabatov is able to sustain his overlapping lines and constantly changing harmonic colors in a way that’s never excessive or showy, and never loses the music."Genre: Jazz.
  2. Mar 03,  · One young pianist who bought that Blue Note two-fer after hearing the Misha Mengelberg recordings was Simon Nabatov. He went on to release a Leo CD (Spinning Songs of Herbie Nichols) and a PanRec DVD (Simon Nabatov Plays Herbie Nichols), both of which I rate very highly. March 5, at PM.
  3. Spinning Songs of Herbie Nichols ist ein Jazzalbum von Simon Nabatov, das am September im Kölner Loft aufgenommen wurde und im Februar auf dem Label Leo Records erschienen ist. Bei der live aufgenommenen Musik handelt es sich um Kompositionen von Herbie Nichols, die „die künstlerische Quintessenz von Nichols’ musikalischem Genie verkörpern.“;.
  4. Herbie Nichols Biography (Wikipedia) Herbert Horatio Nichols (3 January – 12 April ) was an American jazz pianist and composer who wrote the jazz standard "Lady Sings the Blues".
  5. Roswell Rudd: The Unheard Herbie Nichols, Vol. 1 (, CIMP) [9] Roswell Rudd: The Unheard Herbie Nichols, Vol. 2 (, CIMP) [5] Elton Dean's Newsense (, Slam ) The saxophonist in early 's prog-rock group Soft Machine, although that barely (and rather obliquely) hints at his jazz career (up to his death in ). It helps here to.
  6. CD review: Laszlo Gardony, "Dig Deep" (Sunnyside ) This CD is full of original compositions, save for one tune that is a Gershwin standard. It's a heartfelt record that sounds big; it has the feel of a live album, even though it isn't. Laszlo Gardony is a Hungarian born jazz pianist, schooled not only in jazz but rock, blues and classical.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Solo: Spinning Songs of Herbie Nichols - Simon Nabatov on AllMusic -
  8. May 31,  · ‘Hurry on Home’ by Sleater Kinney. , and the only thing that can save the world is a Sleater-Kinney song produced by St. Vincent. I was a massive fan of their album .

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