Sea Changes - Tommy Flanagan Trio - Sea Changes (CD, Album)


1996
Label: Alfa Jazz - ALCB-3907 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop
Sea Changes - Tommy Flanagan Trio - Sea Changes (CD, Album)

There is no such thing as a bad Tommy Flanagan performance. Sea Changes delivers with every track and if you have not heard of this amazing pianist then try this for starters. His playing has all the truth about expressing what one feels and then more and this CD is one of his very best performances. Enjoy/5(20).

There is no such thing as a bad Tommy Flanagan performance. Sea Changes delivers with every track and if you have not heard of this amazing pianist then try this for starters. His playing has all the truth about expressing what one feels and then more and this CD is one of his very best performances. Enjoy/5(21).

Find album release information for Sea Changes by Tommy Flanagan on AllMusic. CD: Sea Changes: Pony Canyon Records CD: Tommy Flanagan Discography Browser. previous Find album release information for Sea Changes by Tommy Flanagan on AllMusic.

Sea Changes. Studio album by. Tommy Flanagan. Released. Recorded. March 11–12, Studio. Clinton Recording Studios, NYC.

 · Tommy Flanagan Trio: Sea Changes. By CHRIS M. SLAWECKI. October 1, Sign in to view read count. Sea Changes is an honest-to-god jazz concept album from composer / pianist Tommy Flanagan. Born in Detroit, but known more resonantly as a ‘Big Apple’ jazzman, where by the mids he had moved to groove alongside the likes of Coleman Hawkins, Miles Davis and Oscar .


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  1.  · 1. Sea Changes. Composed By – Tommy Flanagan. Composed By – Tommy Flanagan. 2. Verdandi. Composed By – Tommy Flanagan. Composed By – Tommy Flanagan. /5(1).

  2.  · Sea Changes Review. by Ken Dryden. It's easy to understand why Tommy Flanagan has been one of the most praised pianists over the '80s and '90s while listening to an excellent trio date such as this CD. With bassist Peter Washington and drummer Lewis Nash, he features a number of songs with oceanic themes, including a tantalizing "How Deep Is the Ocean?," "I Cover the Waterfront," and his /10(11).

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Sea Changes" on Discogs/5(3).

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