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Mike Fahie - trombone, euphonium, arrangements

Aaron Irwin, Anton Denner, Chet Doxas, Quinsin Nachoff, Carl Maraghi - woodwinds

Brian Pareschi David Smith, Sam Hoyt, Brad Mason - trumpets

Matt McDonald, Nick Grinder, Daniel Linden - trombones

Jennifer Wharton - bass trombone & tuba

Jeff Miles - guitar

Randy Ingram - piano

Pedro Giraudo - bass

Jeff Davis - drums

Dan Bilawski (AAJ): "Fahie finds a way to chart his own course while channeling jazz language and classical substance with an unusually balanced and focused outlook."


Ted Parkinson (Whole Note): "an intelligent and sophisticated collection of jazz works which we can admire on their own, or from the context of their classical origins."


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Mike Fahie - trombone

John McNeil - trumpet

Ethan Iverson - piano

Joe Martin - bass

Billy Hart - drums

Destiny Records

Recorded at Sear Sound NYC

Released October, 2017

Nate Chinen (NPR/WBGO): "Plainsong... is both breezily casual and serious business"

Giovanni Russonello (NYT): "The tunes are harmonically snaked and rhythmically relentless; they highlight the horn players' teasing interplay, and keep the stellar rhythm section... on the move."

Mike Fahie - trombone

Bill McHenry - tenor saxophone

Ben Monder - guitar

Ben Street - bass

Billy Hart - drums

Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records

Recorded at ParkWest Studios NYC

Released April, 2010

"... sinuously modern compositions ..." Nate Chinen, New York Times

"Mike Fahie's debut CD... features an explosive and exploratory ensemble. ...  There is so much to enjoy on this program, starting with the impressive original compositions and intelligent arrangements. ... After hearing Mike Fahie as a member of trombone sections on several fine recordings, it's such a treat to hear his music and playing on "Anima".  This is the sort of program that just gets better with each listen." Richard B. Kamins - Step Tempest

"A delightfully hard to pin down eclectic album, there’s something here for the pickiest contemporary jazzbo as well as the casual groover just looking for some new kicks.  Highly creative throughout, the sure footed playing is sure to make a positive impression no matter what your jazz stripe.  Check it out." Chris Spector, Midwest Record

Listen to some samples:

Village Greene - Mike Fahie
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June With John - Mike Fahie
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Seven Sisters - Mike Fahie
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