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Soar Away - Dave Douglas & Uri Caine - Present Joys (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 07,  · Let’s start with the opening track of the duet album “Present Joys.” This is the hymn “Soar Away.” (SOUNDBITE OF DAVE DOUGLAS AND URI CAINE SONG, “SOAR AWAY”) GROSS: That’s “Soar Away” from the new Dave Douglas and Uri Caine album, “Present Joys.” Dave Douglas, Uri Caine, welcome back to FRESH AIR. DAVE DOUGLAS: Thank you.
  2. Dave Douglas - Uri Caine: Present Joys album review by Giuseppe Segala, published on July 21, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!
  3. Jazz album: “Present Joys” by Dave Douglas, released in on Greenleaf Music. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  4. Present Joys, an album by Dave Douglas, Uri Caine on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Present Joys is a studio album by trumpeter Dave Douglas and pianist Uri Caine which was released in July on the Greenleaf Music label. The album follows Douglas' exploration of hymns, Be Still, by including four songs from the Sacred Harp songbook.
  6. Jul 31,  · Dave Douglas/Uri Caine: Present Joys review – hymns meet jazz on excellent collaboration low-register sound and Caine's attentive countermelodies joined on the lovely theme of Soar Away.
  7. Present Joys brings Dave Douglas and Uri Caine together for an intimate but exploratory outing inspired by the Sacred Harp tradition. The pair take on four pieces from the shape-note tunebooks as well as several new Douglas compositions undertaken in the same vein/5(5).
  8. Present Joys brings Dave Douglas and Uri Caine together for an intimate but exploratory outing inspired by the Sacred Harp tradition. The pair take on four pieces from the shape-note tunebooks as well as several new Douglas compositions undertaken in the same vein.
  9. May 21,  · “Present Joys” is a studio album by trumpeter Dave Douglas and pianist Uri Caine which was released in July on the Greenleaf Music label. The album follows Douglas’ exploration of hymns, Be Still, by including four songs from the Sacred Harp songbook. Writing for The Guardian, John Fordham called it “a jazz highlight”.

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