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  1. Somebody Loves Me (Alternate Take) Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Ivey-Divey ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Note: Europe: Sell This Version: Don Byron: Ivey-Divey ‎ (CD, Album) Blue Note: UK: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit.
  2. Tuskegee Experiments and the frighteningly good live record No Vibe Zone demonstrated where jazz might be going, at least in one person's view. Now, with Ivey-Divey, Byron consolidates it all into a recording that tells of the music's past, present and possible future all in one seventy-five minute safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfo: Don Byron.
  3. Don Byron Concert Schedule No Events! =(Track Don Byron! About Don Byron Tour Albums. Don Byron appeared on the Jazz / Blues scene with the appearance of the album 'Tuskegee Experiments' released on February 4, The track 'Waltz for Ellen' immediately became a success and made Don Byron one of the newest emerging performers at that time. Thereafter, Don Byron came out with the .
  4. Clarinetist Don Byron has fashioned a career something akin to a great jazz history lesson. With albums like Plays the Music of Mickey Katz and Bug Music, he demonstrated some of its traditional roots, whereas Music for Six Musicians and You are #6 explored the Latin and Afro-Cuban legacies. Tuskegee Experiments and the frighteningly good live record No Vibe Zone demonstrated where jazz might.
  5. Ivey Divey is primarily a trio album with Byron on clarient & bass clarinet, Jason Moran on piano, and Jack Dejohnette on drums. Ralph Alessi (trumpet) and Lonnie Plaxico (bass) join in as guests on a few tunes as well. Throughout the album Moran, Dejohnette, and Byron have amazing chemistry as they play off each other's every move/5(8).
  6. After a series of albums that addressed and signified upon spoken word, hip-hop, the Afro-Caribbean lexicon, lieder, and his own programmatic originals, clarinetist Don Byron presents Ivey-Divey, his first full-out blowing record. Byron draws both repertoire and instrumental configuration from a mellow trio recording by Lester Young with Nat Cole on piano and Buddy Rich on drums, slotting into those Price: $
  7. Don Byron Blue Note Blue Note (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Sharp-toned reed work from Don Byron – equally well-played on clarinet, bass clarinet, and tenor sax! The set's got a similar moody and modern feel to Byron's other recent work – touched a bit with a sense of nostalgia, but carrying off .
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