8 thoughts on “ Ominosity - Ray Anderson - Han Bennink - Ernst Glerum - Paul van Kemenade - Checking Out (CD, Album) ”

  1. Ray Anderson - Han Bennink - Ernst Glerum - Paul van Kemenade: Ray Anderson - Han Bennink - Ernst Glerum - Paul van Kemenade - Checking Out ‎ (CD, Album) Kemo: KEMO Netherlands: Sell This Version.
  2. Ray Anderson/Han Bennink/Ernst Glerum/Paul Van Kemenade: Checking Out (, Kemo): Same group minus guitar, which doesn't cost them much. B+(***) The Art Ensemble of Chicago: Bap-Tizum ( [], Atlantic): Cover proclaims "Great Black Music" and "Recorded in performance at the Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival " Long-running group.
  3. w/Fred Van Hove, Han Bennink, Albert Mangelsdorff: Live in Berlin '71 [, FMP, 2 CD], B+(**) FMP [, Atavistic], B w/ Han Bennink: Schwarzwaldfahrt [, Atavistic, 2 CD], B.
  4. Checking Out (Kemo ) was produced by PAULvan KEMENADE (as) who joins Han Bennink (drm), Ernst Glerum (b) and Ray Anderson (tbn) on a 1/11&12/16 recording () of 8 compositions by individual band members and Monk’s “Bright Mississippi”.
  5. OMNI-IV Introductory Kit–CD-ROM includes OMNI Professional Manual, 25 Test Booklets, and OMNI-IV Software System with On-Screen Help, Quick Start Guide, and 5 .
  6. Aug 08,  · Close Enough from alto saxophonist Paul Van Kemenade was a Downbeat magazine "Best of " and it is no small wonder why. Sub-titled "alto Paul van Kemenade in different settings," the nine tracks range widely in both style and personnel, including a Renaissance vocal ensemble, a duo with cello, three horns and a bass as well two different more standard quintets.
  7. 18 F-PSMA multiparametric, dynamic PET/CT in biochemical relapse and progression of prostate cancer Sachpekidis, C., Afshar-Oromieh, A., Kopka, K., Strauss, D. S.
  8. Another famous musician died last week: Tony Allen, the Nigerian drummer who founded Afrobeat (although his bandleader, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, took most of the credit).He released a few dozen post-Fela albums under his own name. Perhaps the best came out early this year, Rejoice, a vault tape co-headlined by the late South African trumpet master, Hugh Masekela.

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