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Joshua Redman
Joshua Redman
Joshua Redman
Genres: Jazz, Pop
 
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This loudly touted, Coltrane-worshipping 23-year-old tenor saxophonist is Dewey Redman's son. This much-praised debut reveals a talent with poise and panache --Jeff Bateman

      
   
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All Artists: Joshua Redman
Title: Joshua Redman
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 3
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Original Release Date: 3/23/1993
Release Date: 3/23/1993
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Modern Postbebop, Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 009362452427, 093624524229, 093624524243, 936245242298

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This loudly touted, Coltrane-worshipping 23-year-old tenor saxophonist is Dewey Redman's son. This much-praised debut reveals a talent with poise and panache --Jeff Bateman

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Candido J. (CTHEWIND) from ROBSTOWN, TX
Reviewed on 10/14/2009...
Love Salt Peanut! Burning, upbeat tune. Other titles show a sensitivity and thoughtfulness to this young tenorman. C.J.

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Joshua Redman's first album is awesome!
pat sharp | NC | 09/12/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album was recorded and released by Warner Brothers not long after Joshua won the T. Monk jazz competition. I think it's an all around strong and entertaining 1st album. Joshua Redman is the bomb! He's so chill and watching him on the Ken Burns Jazz interviews he seems like a really cool dude. {I heard he got straight A's in school!} This self titled album also has another really bomb musician... Christian McBride on bass! My favorite numbers are the covers actually. Blues on Sunday I think is an original though. What an awesome song to stretch out on. It sounds alot like the solos on "Blue Train" from back in '57. Its so cool that these "young lion's" did James Brown's "I feel good" its so funky and joyus! {probably McBride's suggestion!} Their version of Dizzy's "Salt Peanuts" is just slammin! they really cook on that one! It makes me crack up when they shout it at the end "salt peanuts salt peanuts!" Redman plays a really pleasant duet with McBride during "On the sunny side of the street" These guys are some of the coolest cats in modern jazz! They can play very serious in a straight ahead manner. But they can get really funky and avant guard sounding as well! This Cd has it all standards, ballads, original compostions, blues, and funky old school RandB! What a great first album from a young and very gifted tenor saxaphonist!"
Redman Shows The Talent That He Is Made Of.
07/02/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I think the Record shows the talent that Redman has and the potential that he has to become a driving Sax influence in the future. In this album he demonstartes the skill level that he has attained as a professional sax player along with sounding great with his Coltranelike style."