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|Studio album by|
|Studio||Mastermind Sound Studios, New York|
|Producer||Carl E. Jefferson|
|Emily Remler chronology|
In the liner notes of this album Leonard Feather gathered Emily Remler's opinion about her choice of this group of musicians for this recording. She said: "Basically this is a guitar trio with a horn added" and "This left me responsible for all the harmony in the accompaniment", explaining that "I'm describing the chord changes, with nobody else behind me, which is quite a responsibility — specially on my own tunes, which have hard changes. Also, I have to supply the harmonic aspects of the accompaniments to solos."
For the Allmusic reviewer Scott Yanow "this is one of the strongest of the six Emily Remler Concord recordings" he stated that it "was a strong step forward, as she started to really get away from her early Wes Montgomery/Herb Ellis influence and find a voice of her own".
|1.||"Nunca mais" (Emily Remler)||4:56|
|2.||"Searchin'" (Duke Ellington-Steve Allen)||6:08|
|3.||"Transitions" (Emily Remler)||7:56|
|4.||"Del Sasser" (Sam Jones)||6:44|
|5.||"Coral" (Keith Jarrett)||6:07|
|6.||"Ode To Mali" (Emily Remler)||4:41|
- Leonard Feather (1983). Transitions (liner notes). Emily Remler. Concord Records. CJ-236.
- Yanow, Scott. Transitions – Review at AllMusic. Retrieved March 28, 2020.
- ""The Rise and Decline of Guitarist Emily Remler"". April 25, 2019. By Michael J. West. jazztimes.com. Retrieved 25 f March 2020.
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