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Movin' On

by Claire Daly

A solid, hard swinging, straight ahead jazz quartet, featuring Daly -- winner of "rising star on baritone" category of Downbeat critic's poll '03
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Softly As I Leave You
4:22 $0.99
2. You Said It
4:35 $0.99
3. Every Time We Say Goodbye
4:34 $0.99
4. Goodbye
7:02 $0.99
5. Smile
5:00 $0.99
6. After You've Gone
5:41 $0.99
7. If Ever I Would Leave You
6:29 $0.99
8. Goodbye Porkpie Hat
5:30 $0.99
9. Birdie Bye
5:14 $0.99
10. A Bientot
5:51 $0.99
11. Bye-Ya
4:13 $0.99
12. Love Me Or Leave Me
5:56 $0.99
13. Some Other Time
2:47 $0.99
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What Critic's Have Been Saying...
***** DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE CRITIC'S POLL '02 and '03*****
Winner, "Talent Deserving Wider Recognition"

"...She is definatly the baritone saxophone talent to watch."
Paul DeBarros/Downbeat

"...A supple tone and a strong command of the horn and the modern mainstream"
Neil Tesser/Jazziz

"...She can combine bebop phrasing with a big barking R&B tone...Jazz could use more like her."
Kevin Whitehead/ Chicago Reader

"...Daly is clearly one of the most talented baritone saxophonists to come along in some years..."
Jack Bowers/ All About Jazz

"...She is the most lyrical baritonist performing, and that is no small feat. Movin' On is a really superb recording from the ground up."
C. Michael Bailey/Allaboutjazz.com

"...Movin' On, while addressing loss, more importantly emphasizes the rejuvenating omnipresence of life."
Don Williamson/Jazzreview.com

"...remarkable sound, clear and sweet and filled w/ harmonic devices. Claire Daly ranks among the best of today's contemporary baritone saxophone players."
Lee Prosser -online

WHAT CRITIC'S HAVE SAID ABOUT "The Claire Daly Quartet" and "Swing Low"...
Downbeat Critics Poll '99 - '01 - " Talent Deserving Wider Recognition"

"Daly has a capacious sound, drenched in soul & emotion without sentimental bathos, every note at the service of the song." Ted Panken - Downbeat Magazine

"...our most gifted mainstream baritone saxophonist...a prize player hidden in plain sight"
SteveFutterman - The New Yorker

"...a series of fresh interpretations. Her tone is sure, her phrasing gracefull..."
Mike Joyce - The Washington Post

"An equipose of emotional depth is reached...Daly revels in the baritone sax's warm tones."
Nate Guidry - Jazztimes Magazine

"It is, in fact, a bold yet subtle statement." (re: swing low)
Steve Graybow - Billboard Magazine

"Daly's prodigious technique and abundant imagination are coupled with a wildly nutty sense of humor ... the touch of a master player."
Tim Price - Saxophone Journal

"She stresses tone and texture over speed and thrust."
Jazziz Magazine review

"Daly has a gorgeous sound, and always swings -low or high...a debut that is long overdue"
Jack Bowers - www.allaboutjazz.com

"The excellent bebop oriented jazz set helps point out the fact that Daly is one of the top baritone saxophonists around."
Scott Yanow - L.A. Jazz Scene

"An adventurous small group date that establishes her as one of the top players on her ungainly instrument."
Ken Dreyden - Chattanooga Times

"In this last decade, one would be hard pressed to find a more meaningful, enjoyable date than the one Daly has just given the jazz world."
Michael G. Nastos - Ann Arbor Press

"A prodigiously gifted baritone saxist who is apparently comfortable in just about every area of jazz... Sureness and a strength of invention that is staggering..."
Johnny Adams - Monterey County Post

"Her expertise on the baritone sax is truley remarkable...this is one of the best baritone saxophone performances of the 1990's..."
Lee Prosser - www.jazzataglance

"A bright new star in a small constellation. * * * * "
Les Line - 52nd Street jazz.com

"She suavely handles the ungainly giant of the saxophone family.
Jay Harvey - Indianapolis Star

"A tune player and improviser in the truest sense."
Saratogian - review



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