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CD REVIEW: Don Lanphere - Where Do You Start?
By Ben Ohmart - 01/10/2003 - 06:53 PM EST

Artist: Don Lanphere
Album: Where Do You Start?
CD Review: You start with

DON LANPHERE saxophones
JONATHAN PUGH cornet
JEFF HAY trombone
MARC SEALES piano
DOUG MILLER bass
JOHN BISHOP drums

and you let the smooth jazz run on for close to an hour. Maybe break it down this way:

RAGAZZA DE LA MER 5:23
ALL ACROSS THE CITY 5:51
BLUES AWAY 7:09
MING'S DREAM 5:55
METHUSELAH'S BIG DUCK 2:58
WILKE'S GRIN 5:38
WHERE DO YOU START? 6:11
THE SCENE IS CLEAN 10:12
COTTAGE FOR SALE 5:38

You get star lips like Lanphere blowing a clean studio sound, because if he was good enough for Fats Navarro and Woody Herman in 1949, heís good enough for YOU now.

The arrangements are sexy, night-driven and distinctly city-oriented. If you donít smoke, you want and know where to start.


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