9 thoughts on “ Lioness - Nicholas Urie - My Garden (CD) ”

  1. Jan 01,  · Check out My Garden by Nicholas Urie on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on formcaruccodafta.pestcifornotitalradesenmigasimp.co
  2. Jan 01,  · Check out Lioness by Nicholas Urie on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on formcaruccodafta.pestcifornotitalradesenmigasimp.co
  3. Nicholas Urie. Label: Red Piano Records Released: Views: Track Listing. Winter: My 44th Year; Round and Round; My Garden; For Crying Out Loud; Lioness 4/5(9).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for My Garden - Nicholas Urie on AllMusic -
  5. After his critically acclaimed debut, Excerpts from an Online Dating Service (Red Piano Records (), Urie comes back with the equally creative My Garden, focusing on the poems of Charles Bukowski, born in Germany in but already living in the United States by This poet/novelist's writing style has been described as minimalist and.
  6. Nicholas Urie made an impressive footprint with the release of his Excerpts From and Online Dating Service (Red Piano Records, ). The composer/arranger modus operandi changes little on My Garden, where he takes his texts from the poetry of West Coast writer Charles Bukowski (), and weaves them into provocative and often violent tapestries of contemporary big band sounds.
  7. Nicholas Urie My Garden (with poems by Charles Bukowski) soprano saxist Jeremy Udden finds melodic light in dissonant darkness on CD standout "Slaughterhouse." like on "Lioness" and "Lean.
  8. Christine Correa: Voice, Jeremy Udden: Soprano Sax, Douglas Yates: Alto Sax & Clarinet, Kenny Pexton: Tenor Sax, Brian Landrus: Bass Clarinet, Albert Leusink, Ben.
  9. Jan 31,  · Nicholas Urie-][- MY GARDEN – [Red Piano Records, ]. Composer Nicholas Urie is back! In his new CD “My Garden” Urie honors Charles Bukowski’s postmodern American poetry by wedding it to some of the most intriguing, scintillating and innovative big band music in the contemporary jazz landscape. The CD features Jeremy Udden, soprano saxophone; Douglas Yates, alto and .

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