Waldron, Mal / One Entrance, Many Exits
Album:One Entrance, Many Exits Collection:Jazz
Artist:Waldron, Mal Added:Sep 2003
Label:Quicksilver Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2003-09-29 Pull Date:2003-12-01 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Nov 30Nov 2Oct 5

Recent Airplay
1.Nov 28, 2003:Memory Select
Herbal Syndrome
3.Oct 03, 2003:Memory Select
One Entrance, Many Exits
2.Oct 31, 2003:Memory Select
One Entrance, Many Exits

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2003-10-05 
1982 reissue with Joe Henderson on sax. Wide mix of styles, from a traditional ballad (5) to nearly free-jazz (2), leaning towards mainstream sounds. Note the date -- "the '70s" were still going on, by modern standards, so you'll hear touches of fusion/funk on the faster tracks.

1- Mid/fast, upbeat, rolling
2*- Fast, playful and surreal. You wouldn't call it abstract, but Waldron really lets himself explore. Very cool.
3*- Piano solo: Mid/fast and mysterious, probing
4*- Upbeat '70s style jazz; adventurous soloing by Joe Henderson
5- Ballad done mid/fast and upbeat
6- Happy blues

Track Listing
1.Golden Golson 4.Herbal Syndrome
2.One Entrance, Many Exits 5.How Deep Is the Ocean
3.Chazz Jazz 6.Blues in 4 By 3