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Sax Shed reviews Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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saxshed.com Tenor Saxophonist Doug Webb recently released Swing Shift on Posi-Tone Records. The recording features Webb on tenor, Stanley Clarke on bass, Gerry Gibbs on drums and three different pianists, Larry Goldings, Joe Bagg and Mahesh Balasoorlya. According to the liner notes, “Swing Shift represents the third record from one fruitful day of recording, in which I gathered the great S ...Read More

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April 1st, 2012 at 5:52 pm

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JazzWrap reviews Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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jazzwrap.blogspot.com The most important things about any group that has been/recorded together for long period of time is consistency and chemistry. In the case of Doug Webb, this consistency and chemistry came of the course of one long day which has given birth to three recordings including his latest, Swing Shift. These recordings represent a number of snapshots over those hours with various ...Read More

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March 28th, 2012 at 1:33 pm

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Lucid Culture reviews Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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lucidculture.wordpress.com Doug Webb Slays With His Own Stuff If you see a lot of jazz, you’re probably used to watching familiar faces run through familiar material and wondering to yourself, what if they were left to their own devices? What if they did their own stuff – would they take it to the next level? Doug Webb’s latest album Swing Shift is one answer to that question. Back in Apr ...Read More

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March 21st, 2012 at 4:38 pm

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CriticalJazz reviews Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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www.criticaljazz.com Doug Webb is one of those hard charging post bop tenor players that allows me to accept the fact the best place for my tenor may well be hanging on the wall of the local TGI Fridays. Moving seamlessly from alto to tenor, Webb is a master technician with artistic chops galore but Swing Shift is a tad different. Doug Webb’s Swing Shift is not the traditional blowing se ...Read More

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March 20th, 2012 at 8:50 pm

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Phil Freeman on Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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http://burningambulance.com/2012/02/21/doug-webb-ehud-asherie/ Also in 2009, on April 24 to be precise, saxophonist Doug Webb went into Entourage Studios in North Hollywood, California with bassist Stanley Clarke (yes, that one) and drummer Gerry Gibbs. Three different pianists—Joe Bagg, Mahesh Balasooriya and Larry Goldings—stopped by for a few hours each. The trio and its guest pian ...Read More

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February 22nd, 2012 at 9:30 am

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John Barron at The Jazz Word weighs in on Doug Webb “Swing Shift”…

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thejazzword.blogspot.com Doug Webb – Swing Shift 2011 Posi-Tone Los Angeles-based saxophonist Doug Webb delivers a muscular set of high-end jam session jazz on Swing Shift, his third release of material taken from a marathon recording session in April, 2009. Along with bass legend Stanley Clarke and drummer Gerry Gibbs, Webb invites a trio of guest pianists to augment the disc’s six track ...Read More

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February 15th, 2012 at 1:53 pm

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