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Close Your Eyes...and Listen: A Review 

Mike Fahn established himself years ago on both coasts as a master jazz musician and virtuoso valve trombonist, but according to Howard Mandel’s liner notes Fahn considers Close Your Eyes…and Listen (released in 2002) to be his true debut album. Mike Fahn’s creativity as a musician, composer, and arranger make this a unique addition to one’s CD collection.


Home Cookin’ Fer Young ‘Uns: A Review 
Willey does an excellent job of incorporating idiomatic jazz rhythms in a way that is attainable by “young ‘uns.” The rhythms, although notextremely complex, represent common syncopations found in standard jazz music that are sure to challenge the young, student without being overwhelming in difficulty. The duets could be a lesson assignment for a young high school student, or appropriate sight reading material for advanced high school students or early college students.


The Prowl: A Review 

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