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Medicine Man by Tom Tallitsch

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Album Title: Medicine Man
Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2008

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A mainstay in Philadelphia jazz clubs for over a decade, composer and tenor saxophonist Tom Tallitsch presents the first recording of his quintet - a forward looking yet mainstream grouping of some of Philly's finest musicians. Performing articulate, modern jazz, Tallitsch's band explores alternate sonorities with its vibes and guitar led rhythm section, slightly reminiscient of Gary Burton's groups of the '70s. With Tony Miceli (vibraphone), Victor Baker (guitar), Paul Gehman (bass) and Dan Monaghan (drums).

Track Listing

Medicine Man; Yellow; Little Dancers; Three Flights Down; La Tortuga; Ceasefire; Good Friday; Three Flights Down (Reprise).

Personnel

Tom Tallitsch
Tom Tallitsch

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Tom Tallitsch: tenor saxophone; Tony Miceli: vibraphone; Victor Baker: guitar; Paul Gehman: acoustic bass; Dan Monaghan: drums.

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Date featured

March 2, 2008

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