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8 thoughts on “ Fee Fo Fi Fum - Donny McCaslin - The Way Through (CD, Album)

  1. In Pursuit is the first Donny McCaslin CD I've heard. I thought the album was a great foundation for what I hope will lead to more albums by this group of musicians. McCaslin and the guitar player, Monder have great chemistry on the album which is highlighted on the title track where they chase each other with simultaneous frenetic solos/5(6).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Way Through on Discogs.5/5(3).
  3. Sep 26,  · First track on the album Casting for Gravity, released in Donny McCaslin, tenor saxophone Jason Lindner, keyboards Tim Lefebvre, bass .
  4. He has delivered modernist, post-bop versions of standards on 's The Way Through, as well as a knotty dramatic emotional approach to forward-looking jazz-funk fusion on 's Declaration. release Casting for Gravity perfected McCaslin's genre-melding approach that brought together angular avant jazz with funk, ambient soundscapes, and.
  5. ‎A graduate of the Berklee School of Music, Donny McCaslin (born Donald Paul McCaslin) has had a saxophone in his hands from his earliest years and has integrated the entire range of sounds that a tenor sax can produce into his repertoire: from mainstream modern to funky fusion to laid-back balmy bal. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  6. In McCaslin joined Burton's group and toured the world with him for four years. In he moved to New York City and was a member of Steps Ahead.. In November , McCaslin played saxophone on David Bowie's single "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)". Subsequently he would play saxophone on Bowie's album Blackstar.. On October 14, , McCaslin released Beyond Now, inspired by .
  7. Donny McCaslin continues the reinvention heard on his album 'Blow.' with a double single release, lead by the single "Head of Mine". Evenings have a way of making trouble. Reason out the.
  8. A disc of beautiful, moving, epic compositions. I "discovered" McCaslin and his group through the David Bowie Blackstar connection, so I was a bit wary about picking-up this disc. I shouldn't have been. Even without the Bowie-related compositions (both excellent, and as a longtime Bowie fan, hearing "A Small Plot of Land" re-done a la Blackstar is mind-boggling) the disc is both engaged and /5(31).

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