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  1. Kajizuru Reply

    May 01,  · Artist: Kenny Wheeler Title: Deer Wan Released: / Style: Jazz RAR Size: Gb Tracklist: Peace For Five () 3/4 In The Afternoon () Sumother Song () Deer Wan ().

  2. Akigal Reply

    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kenny Wheeler - Deer Wan at Discogs. Complete your Kenny Wheeler collection/5().

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Deer Wan - Kenny Wheeler on AllMusic - - Kenny Wheeler's beautiful sound on trumpet and.

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    Oct 21,  · The notoriously self-critical trumpeter Kenny Wheeler maintained that Deer Wan (recorded ) was his favourite among his own albums (“I like the overall form of this one best”). A tremendous band plays Wheeler’s tunes here. Kenny and Jan Garbarek sing together gloriously on the themes, and intermingle lines.

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    Kenny Wheeler was already an important player in various circles for a couple of decades before the release of his first solo album, the essential GNU HIGH in 's DEER WAN finds him again anchored by the stellar rhythm section of drummer Jack DeJohnette and bass player Dave leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.coinfo: $

  6. Faet Reply

    This release from Kenny Wheeler features four original extended tunes by the trumpeter backed by an ECM dream team: Jan Garbarek, John Abercrombie, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette, with special guest Ralph Towner sitting in on string guitar on one song.

  7. Akinocage Reply

    Kenny Wheeler Deer Wan ECM Records Abercrombie joins Jan Garbarek, Jack DeJohnette and bassist Dave Holland as a member of Wheeler's core group on Deer Wan, which also features guest Ralph Towner, contributing his signature acoustic string guitar work to the album's shortest but, in some ways, best track, "3/4 in the Afternoon.".

  8. Maujas Reply

    Of the four pieces on the album, all by Wheeler, the first (“Peace for Five”) and third (“Sumother Song”) are suites: indeed, “Sumother” is three separate song lines, tied together loosely but succeeding each other more as intentional changes in mood and tempo than as a continuous entity. “3/4” is lyrical and short/5(21).

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