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  1. User reviews & ratings for the album The Way Through by Donny McCaslin. See how this album was rated and reviewed by the users of bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo
  2. I played on one of her records and did some of her gigs, and I've had her on some of my gigs and she's on [McCaslin's CD] The Way Through. In a way, I felt like a few tracks on that record The Way Through were the beginning of Soar. "San Lorenzo, "The Way Through —the way that the voice and the saxophone are integrated on those two.
  3. Jun 28,  · Just listened to the Eventide conversation with Mike Garson, Carmine Rojas, Alan Childs, Mark Plati, Donny McCaslin, Tim Lefebvre, and Martha Mooke about working with David. Some good stories there plus an announcement. footprintsinthesand, Jun 27, at AM #
  4. Donny McCaslin is a musician in constant evolution who moves on without looking back, and The Way Through documents another important stage in his career. Built around a core trio featuring drummer Adam Cruz and bassist Scott Colley, the session has a lot to offer. The saxophonist is truly emerging as a singular voice -- he shows a lot of integrity and delivers genuine emotion.8/
  5. Artist information Sort name: McCaslin, Donny Type: Person Gender: Male Born: (53 years ago) Born in: Santa Clara, California, United States Area: United States ISNI code: X.
  6. Donny McCaslin discography and songs: Music profile for Donny McCaslin, born 11 August Genres: Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Contemporary Folk. Albums include Beyond Now, Day in .
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  8. Tenor saxophonist Donny McCaslin debuts on Dave Douglas' Greenleaf Music label with Recommended bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfoin shows his world-class cojones by heading a tenor trio with bassist Hans Glawischnig and drummer Jonathan Blake. The recording is produced by David Binney, no saxophone slouch himself, and executive produced by Douglas, who asked McCaslin to "write and record the great American tenor.

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