What Goes Up Must Come Down - Myron Walden - Momentum (CD)

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  1. Nov 23,  · For a limited time, you can download two free MP3s from reedman Myron Walden's latest release Momentum. And while you're listening to “Miles" and “What Goes Up Must Come Down," you can read AAJ's review of Momentum and read our interview Myron Walden: Eclectic Reedman. Featured Download TracksAuthor: MICHAEL RICCI.
  2. Tracklist Of Three Worlds 02 The Road Ahead 03 Pulse 04 Vision of a Visionary 05 Miles 06 When Time Stood Still 07 What Goes Up Must Come Down 08 Longing 09 Like a Flower Seeking the Sun 10 Author: Myron Walden.
  3. Myron Walden: Momentum album review by John Kelman, published on November 23, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!
  4. Momentum is both album title and the name Myron Walden has used for one of his ensembles, inspired by the '60s Miles Davis Quintet (another ensemble, Myron Walden In This World, seems poised at the intersection of Windham Hill and ECM dale). Like Wayne Shorter in that Miles band, Walden, known until now for his alto, plays tenor sax in Momentum. These two albums also resemble the difference.
  5. Jazz album: “Momentum” by Myron Walden, released in on Demi Sound Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
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  8. MOMENTUM LINER NOTES. Over the past fifteen years, I've asked Myron Walden a ton of questions about his approach to improvisational music. Early on, he often gave no answer; and even when he did, he rarely did so right away. Rather than yield to my inquisitiveness, he let me infer from his silence that his music speaks for itself.
  9. Biography. Born in Miami, Florida, Walden moved to The Bronx at the age of His interest in the alto saxophone developed when he witnessed the close attention his uncle paid to the Charlie Parker record One Night In was able to procure an alto sax from his middle school music appreciation teacher, and a saxophone player who lived in his building gave him an instruction book.