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9th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival Aug 31 & Sept 1 High Point NC

9th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival Aug 31 & Sept 1 High Point NC

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July 18, 2019

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 10, 2019
CONTACT: Joe Williams, Friends of John Coltrane

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9th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival

GRAMMY AWARD WINNING SUPERSTARS
FROM ACROSS THE JAZZ AND BLUES MUSICAL SPECTRUM

 

HIGH POINT, NC —The 9th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival will bring an array of superstars and Grammy Award winning artists whose music ranges from contemporary and mainstream jazz, to authentic salsa and bonafide blues.
 
The lineup for Saturday includes contemporary jazz and multi-instrumentalist Brian Culbertson, saxophonist and jazz elder statesman Benny Golson joined by five-time Grammy nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon, the indomitable Spanish Harlem Orchestra who has won three Grammy Awards in their 15-year career, and Lisa Fischer, the two-time Grammy Award winning vocalist with astounding music capabilities. Laurin Talese, the winner of the 2018 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition will also perform with the N.C. Coltrane All-Star Band, led by Mondre Moffett, director of the jazz ensemble and Black Music Studies at North Carolina A&T State University.

On Sunday, the lineup includes multi-platinum selling contemporary jazz saxophonist Boney James who is a four-time Grammy Award nominee.  He joins the duo of legendary status-organist Joey DeFrancesco performing with saxophonist Pharoah Sanders as headliners for the day.  Guitar master Eric Gales will represent the blues with guest appearance by up and coming artist Castro “Mr. Sipp” Coleman, aka “The Mississippi Blues Child.”  Vocalist Michelle Coltrane performing with the Piedmont Triad Jazz Orchestra and special guest, High Point born trumpeter, Jason Palmer round out the lineup for the festival’s second day. 
The John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival will be held Aug.31 – Sept. 1, 2019 in Oak Hollow Festival Park, High Point, NC. The yearly celebration of jazz and blues music honors Coltrane, a High Point, NC native son, who graduated from William Penn High School, now Penn Griffin School of the Arts.  The two-day festival that happens over Labor Day weekend, has become a destination event for festival goers from around the country.

Ticket information and festival details are available www.coltranejazzfest.com.
 

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Deana Martin Appearing at HERB ALPERT’S VIBRATO July 23, 24 & 25 Show Time 8:00PM

Deana Martin Appearing at HERB ALPERT’S VIBRATO July 23, 24 & 25 Show Time 8:00PM

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July 16, 2019

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Deana Martin’s show
July 23, 24 & 25 2019 8:00 PM
HERB ALPERT’S VIBRATO
2930 BEVERLY GLEN CIR.
BEL AIR, CA 90077

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TUESDAY, JULY 23 
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24
THURSDAY, JULY 25

Deana Martin is a world-class entertainer who is equally comfortable with a celebrated symphony, at a legendary concert hall or on an intimate cabaret stage with a swinging jazz quintet. She’s a New York Times best-selling author, a gifted actor, a vocalist of incredible depth and passion and a licensed pilot. When talent is part of the family pedigree it can sometimes be difficult for an artist to forge an individual path, Deana Martin has successfully navigated that tricky terrain.
 

Deana’s latest album, Swing Street is a collection of songs which capture the essence of this consummate entertainer who is equally at ease performing Hoagy Carmichael’s “Georgia On My Mind,” as she is singing Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind.” Swing Street was recorded at Capitol Records Studio A in Hollywood and features a cast of preeminent LA musicians under the batons of legendary arranger and conductor Patrick Williams and Chris Walden. On this, her fifth album release, Deana also pays tribute to three men who helped guide and encourage her performing career: Uncles Sammy Davis, Jr., Frank Sinatra and, most certainly, her Dad, Dean Martin. The album is an elegant mix of jazz and blues inspired songs.
 

Deana’s smash 2013 release, Destination Moon, offers her distinctive take on jazz and pop classics, including the song “True Love,” a duet with her father. “To record that song with my Dad,” says Deana, “was an incredible highlight in my life and another dream come true.  When we listened to the playback I was thrilled to hear how beautifully our voices blended together. It’s an unbelievable memory that I’ll carry with me forever.”
 

Destination Moon followed Deana’s 2006 top ten hit CD Memories Are Made Of This, her acclaimed holiday collection, White Christmas, and Volare, which entered Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums chart at No. 22 and Billboard’s Heatseeker chart at No. 7.
 

In concert, Deana brings her best-selling recorded repertoire to life with an engaging stage show that keeps the busy entertainer on the road 280 days a year, performing in a variety of venues from major Las Vegas showrooms to intimate jazz clubs to symphony halls, accompanied by some of the country’s most prestigious orchestras.
 

Among the projects she is most passionate about these days, is seeing her best-selling book, Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eyes, become a movie. Joe Mantegna is slated to direct the film with Jennifer Love Hewitt set to star as Deana. Actress/writer Bonnie Hunt is writing the screenplay. Speaking of her Dad, Deana says, “My dad would always say ‘Deana, when you dream, dream big, because dreams do come true. There’s nothing you can’t do, honey, if you really set your mind to it and work hard.’ And that’s exactly what I do, because knowing that he believed in me has always given me the strength and determination to shoot for the moon!”

Armed with an abundance of talent, a dedicated work ethic and a buoyant personality, Deana was determined to step out from her famous father’s shadow and launch her own successful entertainment career. Deana received her formal education from Dartington College of Arts in the United Kingdom.  She has amassed a wealth of stage experience including roles in Romeo & Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, Six Rms Riv Vu and The Tunnel of Love. Her first major break was in the National Touring Company of Neil Simon’s play, The Star Spangled Girl with Jimmy Boyd and George Hamilton.
 

Deana’s acting career expanded into film with the 1968 western “Young Billy Young” co-starring Robert Mitchum and Angie Dickinson.  Her movie career continued with staring roles in “Strangers at Sunrise” with George Montgomery and “A Voice in the Night” with Vitto Scotti.  In addition to her work as an actress, Deana also signed a contract with Reprise Records and scored hits singles with the “Girl of the Month Club” and “When He Remembers Me” produced by Lee Hazelwood.

Deana has a beautiful, evocative voice that brings out the best in a song and she puts that amazing set of pipes to good use on her new album, Swing Street. “We recorded in Studio A at Capitol Records, the same room my Dad and so many other music legends recorded. You can feel the electricity in the air the moment you walk into that room.”
 

Returning to the famed Studio A as an artist in her own right is special to Deana. “When I was a very young girl, I remember sitting in Studio A with my mom, watching my dad record “Memories Are Made of This,” which became his very first #1 hit. Those are memories indeed that I will never forget.”

Swing Street was produced by Deana’s husband John Griffeth. The orchestra is a who’s who of the best Hollywood musicians. Among them are: Gene Cipriano, Bob Sheppard, Don Shelton, Tre Henry, Sal Lozano, Wayne Bergeron, Bob McChesney, Andy Martin, Ray Brinker, Jason Lee and Deana’s pianist and music director, Rick Krive.
 

Whether writing a bestselling memoir, touring the world or working on a new record, Deana Martin approaches every endeavor with the same commitment to excellence and passion. She could easily rest on her laurels, but that’s not something she ever plans to do. “I love entertaining people,” she says. “It’s what I was born to do.”
 

Deana and her husband John Griffeth divide their time between Beverly Hills, CA and Branson, MO.
 

For more information on Deana Martin, her career and upcoming concert appearances, please visit her website at: DeanaMartin.com

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Joe Chambers & M’Boom Re-Percussion w/ Moving Pictures Orchestra Appearing at Kennedy Center Jazz Series Concert Friday October 4th 2019 7pm and 9pm

Joe Chambers & M’Boom Re-Percussion w/ Moving Pictures Orchestra Appearing at Kennedy Center Jazz Series Concert Friday October 4th 2019 7pm and 9pm

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Joe Chambers & M’Boom Re-Percussion
with the 
Moving Pictures Orchestra
Under the Directorship of Brad Linde
Appearing at Kennedy Center
Jazz Series Concert
Friday, October 4th 2019

Performance†times 7pm and 9pm

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M’Boom was the brainchild of Max Roach, the late percussionist, visionary, and one of the seminal innovators of modern jazz. In 1970, Roach gathered six notable drummers – percussionists to explore and compose for the myriad instruments in the percussion family and named the group “M’Boom.” M’Boom or (Bwoom), comes from the mythology of the people of Kuba (now the Democratic Republic of Congo, and can also be found in regions of eastern Nigeria). The deity of M’Boom is symbolized by “Royal Masks”, known as M’Boom, or Bwoom masks.
 

The M’Boom was also a governing council of elders existing in the various provincial tribes and regions of that part of Africa.
 

The concept of drummer collectives is not new; various percussion troupes exist all over the world; i.e. Dou, Dou Mtu-Senegal; Koto Drummers of Japan; French Six of Europe, etc. M’Boom Re-Percussion grew out of “Rise and Fly”. “Rise and Fly” probably existed during the very beginnings of professional Jazz bands and orchestras; four to five notable drummers would perform first individually with a four to five piece “back-up” band; then they would collectively take the stage with the “back-up” band in a kind of “drum battle” finale; an absolute “killing”, crowd pleasing show. I personally witnessed several Gretsch Drum Nites at Birdland in the late 1950’s, and early 1960’s.
 

When Max Roach called me in the summer of 1970, I initially thought that we were going to pursue the “Rise and Fly” concept; but Max said, “No, I don’t want to do that anymore. I want to explore percussion.”
 

Percussion has the widest range of timbre (tone color) than any family of instruments associated with ensembles in western culture, i.e. wider than (reeds) in a jazz orchestra, wood winds, brass or strings in a modern Symphonic Orchestra.
 

Percussion directly connects to “world music” as it embodies instruments, musical forms and elements from Africa, Caribbean, Asia, South America, and Europe.
 

Beginning in September 1970 and continuing through September 1971, M’Boom rehearsed every Saturday discovering and learning all categories and combinations of percussion. In the summer of 1972, M’Boom embarked on its first European tour. Subsequent tours followed; France, Belgium, Netherlands in 1973; Germany in 1974; Italy, Spain and France in 1977 and 1978. The 1980’s was particularly productive period with tours continuing to Europe and college campuses and beginning of recording activity; the first album entitled M’Boom Re-Percussion, RVC-RVJ6001, in 1980; M’Boom, Columbia Records-1981; College Soul Note 1984; M’Boom live at S.O.B.s Mesa Blue Moon-1992; After Max Roach’s death in 2007, and the death of three other members, Joe Chambers, Warren Smith and Ray Mantilla vowed to fulfill the vision originally planned for M’Boom.
 

Joe Chambers has worked with some of the most influential jazz figures of the last several decades and is a recognized performer and composer whose works have been performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. As a sideman and leader, Chambers has recorded more than 500 albums and CDs. He has performed and recorded with Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea, Sonny Rollins, Herbie Hancock, Dizzy Gillespie, Andrew Hill and many more. Chamber’s credits include Hubbard’s “Breaking Point,” Hutcherson’s “Components,” Shorter’s “Schizophrenia.” and “Etcetera,” Hill’s “Compulsion,” and Tyner’s “Tender Moments,” as well as Archie Shepp’s “New Thing at Newport,” Charles Mingus’ “Like a Bird,” Chick Corea’s “Tones for Joan’s Bones,” and many others. Chambers’ compositions have been covered by Hutcherson, Hubbard and M’Boom; he has also contributed to soundtracks for several Spike Lee films, including “Mo’ Better Blues.” Chambers is the first Thomas S. Kenan Distinguished

 

Professor of Jazz in Department of Music at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His most recent recording is “Joe Chambers moving pictures orchestra live” of Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola in New York City, Savant 2120, released May 2012 and was nominated for a Grammy in 2013.

Ray Mantilla entered the international spotlight in 1960 with flutist Herbie Mann, and later embarked on a series of national tours with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers in Europe and Japan. In 1977, Mantilla became the first North American Latin musician to play in Cuba since the Cuban Revolution. Mantilla has recorded on more than 200 albums. Some of his credits include Max Roach, Charles Mingus, Ray Barretto, Gato Barbieri, Sonny Stitt, Bobby Watson, Herbie Mann, Tito Puente, Cedar Walton, and Freddie Hubbard. In 2003, Mantilla signed with Savant Records and released his first record for the label, “Man-TiYa.”

Warren I. Smith has performed extensively in the studio and on Broadway. As the 1960’s and 70’s progressed, Smith found himself working amid a flourishing mass of creative personalities in the Motown music scene, empowering his already articulate voice within the jazz community; live performances, recordings, and tours with figures like Dionne Warwick, Nat King Cole, Harry Belfonte, and Aretha Franklin all became part of Smith’s credits through 1978. Concurrently, Smith began teaching at Adelphi University in 1969 and alter at the State University of New York in Old Westbury from 1971-1996. He has also recorded with Quincy Jones, Barbara McNair, Barbra Streisand, Sammy Davis Jr., Gil Evans, Johnny Richards, and Nancy Wilson. He has performed on Broadway in “Lena Horne, the Lady and her Music,” “Sweeney Todd,” and “Guys and Dolls.” He has remained a prominent percussionist and drummer within the jazz world.
 

Bobby Sanabria is an American drummer, percussionist, composer, arranger, educator of Puerto Rican descent who specializes in jazz and Latin jazz. An 8X Grammy nominee as a leader, he is the musical director of Quarteto Aché, Sexteto Ibiano, Ascensión, and his Multiverse Big Band. Sanabria is on the faculty of the Manhattan School of Music and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. Seven of Sanabria’s albums have been nominated for a Grammy Award: Afro-Cuban Dream: Live & In Clave!!! (2000), 50 Years of Mambo – A Tribute To Damaso Prado (2003), Big Band Urban Folktales (2007) Kenya Revisited Live!!! (2009), Tito Puente Masterworks Live!!! (2011), Multiverse – nominated for two Grammys (2012), West Side Story Reimagined (2018).

This presentation attempts to expand upon M’Boom’s initial concept of a single instrument family to collaboration with strings (string quartet, bassist), reeds (saxophone and flute player), and vocalist.

Mavis Swan Poole

Crowned “Little Ella” by legendary tromobonist Curtis Fuller, award winning vocalist/composer/lyricist Mavis “SWAN” Poole is generating quite a buzz on the music scene. Swan is graced with an unrivaled brilliance of shattering barriers with her rich and smoky sound, and effortlessly amalgamates jazz, R&B, soul, funk and hip-hop. This sassy, soulful, fiery SongBird is often compared to vocalists like Erykah Badu, Ella Fitzgerald, Jill Scott, Dinah Washington, and Abbey Lincoln.

 

Moving Pictures Orchestra Under the Directorship of Brad Linde

The members are past and current members of the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra (organized by Brad Linde), as well as some of the best of musicians in Washington, D.C – including Allyn Johnson (piano), Herman Burney (bass), and Brian Settles (tenor saxophone).

What: Kennedy Center Jazz Series Concert
When: Friday October 4th 2019. Performance times 7pm and 9pm.
Where: Appearing at the Kennedy Terrace Theater

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The Debut Recording By A Unique Trio Features The Talents And Music Of Vibraphonist Kevin Norton, Bassist Steve Laspina, And Drummer Jim Pugliese

The Debut Recording By A Unique Trio Features The Talents And Music Of Vibraphonist Kevin Norton, Bassist Steve Laspina, And Drummer Jim Pugliese

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July 12, 2019

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The Debut recording by a unique trio FEATURING
the talents and music of 
vibraphonist Kevin Norton 
bassist Steve LaSpina 
and drummer Jim Pugliese 


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Artist: YIMBA RUDO 

Title: YIMBA RUDO (BARKING HOOP BKH-012) 

Artist Website: https://kevinnorton.bandcamp.com 

Release Date: JULY 5, 2019 

UPC Code: 888295914246 

Track listing 

1. Reconcile the Classical View (KN) 

2. Toronto (JP) 

3. Moonstruck (KN) 

4. Winter Retreat (S La) 

5. Over and Inside the Rainbow (KN) 

6. The Faustian Bargain (KN) 

7. Treace (JP) 

8. Morph (JP) 

9. Tearing Down the Walls (S La) 

10. Sacrifice Zone (ahead) (for Chris Hedges) (KN) 

11. Polar Oscillation (JP) 

12. I Dig the Facts, Man (KN) 

13. Walking the Dogma (KN)
 

 Musicians: Kevin Norton – vibraphone & percussion www.kevinnorton.com 

Jim Pugliese – drums & percussion www.jimpugliese.org 

Steve LaSpina – bass www.stevelaspina.com

 

Yimba Rudo is the self-titled recording debut by a trio consisting of vibraphonist-percussionist Kevin Norton, bassist Steve LaSpina and drummer-percussionist Jim Pugliese. “Yimba Rudo” (which means “Sing Love” in Zimbabwe’s Shona language) is an adventurous yet accessible avant-garde jazz group that displays the influence of African rhythms and World Music. During the thought-provoking set by the chamber jazz trio, Yimba Rudo explores seven originals by Norton, four from Pugliese and a pair by LaSpina. Each of the musicians has their opportunities to be in the lead in the democratic group. 
 

Among the highlights are “Reconcile The Classical View” (which has a sly bass pattern behind the vibes solo), the percussive theme and variety of sounds of “Toronto,” the stormy interplay by bass and drums on “Moonstruck,” several introspective ballads (including “Winter Retreat,” a gloomy “The Faustian Bargain,” and “Tearing Down Walls”), and the catchy “Walking The Dogma.” Utilizing both improvised and worked-out ensembles, the trio thinks as one, following each other’s ideas spontaneously and creating their own style of music. 
 

Each of the members of Yimba Rudo has a long and impressive resume. Kevin Norton has performed with everyone from Anthony Braxton to Milt Hinton including Fred Frith, Scott Robinson, John Zorn, Connie Crothers and Paul Dunmall. He founded the Barking Hoop label (which is releasing Yimba Rudo) in 1999. 

James Pugliese has ranged from adventurous jazz and rock to experimental music in his career, appearing on over 90 CDs. He has performed with the New York City Ballet and in the New York Philharmonic Horizon Series, recorded the music of Edgar Varese and Charles Wuorinen when he was 18, and among his diverse associations have been John Zorn, Marc Ribot, Bobby Previte, John Cage, and Philip Glass. 
 

Steve LaSpina has been an important bassist on the New York jazz scene for over three decades. Along the way he has worked with such greats as Benny Carter, Chet Baker, Marian McPartland, the Mel Lewis Orchestra, Stan Getz, Phil Woods, Jim Hall, Carmen McRae, Randy Brecker and countless others in the who’s who of jazz. 
 

All three of the musicians have also worked and recorded as leaders. Now, as they combine their skills as Yimba Rudo, they are creating fresh new music that deserves a close listen.
 

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REBECCA DUMAINE AND THE DAVE MILLER TRIO Appearing at Savanna Jazz Saturday, July 13th 8:00 PM – 11:30 PM

REBECCA DUMAINE AND THE DAVE MILLER TRIO Appearing at Savanna Jazz Saturday, July 13th 8:00 PM – 11:30 PM

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July 12, 2019

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REBECCA DUMAINE
AND THE DAVE MILLER TRIO Appearing at 
Savanna Jazz
Saturday, July 13th 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Tickets & Info

NEW CD
REBECCA DUMAINE
AND THE DAVE MILLER COMBO
“CHEZ NOUS”

Summit Records SMT-748
Street Date: June 7, 2019

 

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Jazz singer Rebecca DuMaine releases Chez Nous, a program with 14 superior standards that are given swinging and infectious treatments.
 
Rebecca DuMaine has a beautiful tone, impeccable articulation, swinging phrasing that finds her placing every note in the perfect spot, and an inviting musical personality. On her newest Summit release, Chez Nous, the jazz singer is joined by pianist Dave Miller (her father), bassist Chuck Bennett, drummer Bill Belasco and, on eight of the 14 selections, guitarist Brad Buethe.  With Miller contributing colorful solos sometimes reminiscent of George Shearing, Buethe adding fire, versatility and creative ideas on guitar, and Bennett and Belasco offering a solid foundation, Rebecca DuMaine has the perfect group for her warm vocalizing.
 
The wide-ranging program is filled with highlights. The playful “When In Rome” (inspired by Blossom Dearie) begins the set on a joyful note. Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “So Danco Samba,” which has Ms. DuMaine singing in Portuguese, is followed by a surprising medium-tempo version of “I’ve Never Been In Love Before” (normally performed as a ballad), a cooking rendition of the ironic “Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You,” Rebecca singing “ChezMoi” is French, and “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was” which includes the rarely-heard verse. A Latinized version of “Tangerine, ” an emotional rendition of “Yesterday” (featuring a father-daughter duet) and the happy 1930s swing tune “You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me” precede a soulful revival of Grover Washington’s “Just The Two Of Us,” the optimistic “Give Me The Simple Life,” a transformation of the waltz “Alice In Wonderland” into a swinger in 4/4 time, and the obscure Rodgers & Hart song “Do It The Hard Way.” The memorable program concludes with Rebecca singing in both French and English on “Que Reste-t-il/I Wish You Love.”
 
Rebecca DuMaine was raised in the San Francisco Bay area where her father Dave Miller has led his trio since the 1970s. Although she always loved to sing, her first career was as an actress on stage in New York City and regionally, as well as in commercials and voice-overs. Over time she found that she preferred singing jazz over musical theater. Since moving back to Northern California in 2010, Rebecca has worked regularly with her father’s trio, recording four CDs (Deed I Do, Better Than Anything, The Consequence Of You and Happy Madness) prior to Chez Nous.
 
Rebecca DuMaine, who consistently digs into the meanings behind the lyrics, has the ability to make even the most familiar song her own. Chez Nous is a major step forward in her career.
REBECCA DUMAINE AND THE DAVE MILLER COMBO
“CHEZ NOUS”
(Summit Records SMT-748)
Street Date: June 7, 2019

REBECCA DUMAINE: Vocals, DAVE MILLER: Piano, CHUCK BENNETT: Bass, BILL BELASCO: Drums, BRAD BUETHE: Guitar  
UPC Code: 099402748924
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www.summitrecords.com/release

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Steve Tintweiss Spacelight Band Vinyl Debut on INKY DoT MEDIA

Steve Tintweiss Spacelight Band Vinyl Debut on INKY DoT MEDIA

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July 12, 2019

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INKY DoT MEDIA
Announces the 45-rpm Red Vinyl EP release—

Steve Tintweiss Spacelight Band
“Whistle Stop Tour” b/w “Ash Dung Blues”

IDM 2018 EP001

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This record inaugurates the INKY DoT MEDIA imprint, launched to share the contents of Tintweiss’s voluminous recording archive; moreover, IDM 001 is the first officially published recording of bassist Steve Tintweiss as composer or bandleader.
 

The Steve Tintweiss Spacelight Band: guest artist Byard Lancaster (alto saxophone);
Ric Frank (tenor saxophone); Steve Tintweiss (double bass, composer, leader);
Lou Grassi (drums);

On side A: Rowan Storm (vocals and doumbek drums); whistling by Tintweiss and ensemble.

Recorded Labor Day, September 7, 1992 at Forest Park Bandshell, Queens NY City.
 

Tintweiss founded the Spacelight Band in 1976 as a flagship ensemble for showcasing his music. Like all of his efforts, this ensemble was dedicated to performing his unique compositions—both newly composed works and the durable staples of his catalog of original music and lyrics, in the tradition of modern jazz with modern poetic lyrics. The name, band, and concept continued with minor personnel changes into the 21st Century. These 1992 tracks are among the best versions of two standout originals, as selected by composer Tintweiss, who produced the performance and this release.

 

Now available for retail sale Steve Tintweiss EP 001 on Amazon

Contact for distribution and bulk ordering: inkyprojects@gmail.com

More information at www.inky.media and spacelightband.com

Best known internationally as bassist on the final Albert Ayler live recordings in France at the Maeght Foundation, and numerous pioneering ESP-Disk’ albums including the Patty Waters Sings rendition of “Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair”, Steve Tintweiss now introduces on this recording his activities as iconic free-form jazz artist, composer, bandleader and producer of avant-garde music concerts in the greater New York City area over the past 55 years.
 

Since the mid-1960s, Steve Tintweiss has played bass with Albert Ayler, Sam Rivers, Gato Barbieri, Patty Waters, Perry Robinson, Byard Lancaster, Burton Greene, and many other legendary jazz artists. In the very active musical ferment of the Sixties, he appeared throughout the northeast with the Burton Greene Quartet, Ms. Waters, the Uni Trio, and in the panoply of loft sessions, rehearsals, radio broadcasts, jams, benefits—from Tompkins Square Park to Woodstock, New York arts venues. He played bass with Van Morrison in multiple rehearsals for a pending Bert Berns produced Bang recording session to establish Van’s solo career in the US. 
 

A graduate of Queens College, Steve studied with bassists Steve Swallow, Gary Peacock, and David Izenzon. Formal studies in electronic music composition with Hubert Howe and John Watts, as well as jazz arranging with John Carisi, enhanced his musical style.
 

Tintweiss’s own bands began with the Purple Why in 1966, delivering his tunes as played and sung with the free flow of Jazz improvisation and the raw energy of psychedelic rock. Forthcoming releases in 2019 will illuminate the whole breadth of that group: They haunted Town Hall, St. Mark’s Church, Studio We, the Village, Lincoln Center Bandshell, Peace Ship, public radio, libraries and Forest Park Bandshell in Queens, helping to stake out the turf that was later declared Loft Jazz by the New York Musicians Organization in 1972. By the mid-Seventies, those early groups gave way to the Spacelight Band as the major vehicle for his music. 
 

He founded the New York Free Music non-profit association in 1969 and has received grants from New York State Council on the Arts, Poets & Writers, Meet the Composer, AT&T, and Queens Council on the Arts.

As Chairman/Founder, Steve produced concerts that presented a wide range of styles, including jazz, blues, rock, punk (featuring early Blondie performances in Forest Park), classical, dance, and poetry, in public programs emphasizing cutting-edge avant-garde styles. 
 

Mr. Tintweiss was selected to be String Coordinator and Arts Administrator for Queens Symphony Orchestra CETA Artists Program in 1979 (he managed a string quartet, a brass quintet and a woodwind quintet), which presented 540 concerts, workshops and open rehearsals in 53 weeks of existence. Steve was the bass player for Albert Ayler’s final tour at Maeght Foundation which resulted in a 1970 French Grand Prix du Disque for best album, In/Memoriam, Swing Journal Silver Award 1971 in Japan, and a documentary movie of the event by Jean-Michel Meurice titled Albert Ayler, Le Dernier Concert (France 1970). He continues to expand his music production activities as an entrepreneur and archivist—exploring the realm of new media technology including virtual reality high-definition audio, video, and multimedia.

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DENNY ZEITLIN–Remembering Miles–New Solo Concert CD

DENNY ZEITLIN–Remembering Miles–New Solo Concert CD

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July 10, 2019

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IN CONCERT, DENNY ZEITLIN
RE-IMAGINES COMPOSITIONS
MILES DAVIS WROTE,

MAY HAVE APPROPRIATED, OR WAS ASSOCIATED WITH
OVER HIS LONG CAREER

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for Denny Zeitlin Solo Piano: Remembering Miles
CRITICAL ACCLAIM

“On Remembering Miles Denny Zeitlin takes all the measures of what makes pianism great and relocates them to another rarefied realm… There is nothing contrived or attention-seeking about his approach… His traversal of this music is instantly spellbinding for all the right reasons… Everywhere Mr. Zeitlin strikes a compelling balance between volatility and elegance, while maintaining the intuitive sensibility of a jazz artist.” Raul da Gama, JazzdaGama
 

“…Remembering Miles represents the culmination of six decades of recorded jazz by Denny Zeitlin and you have to listen to it to truly understand how special it is in terms of the gift of the experience and genius that Denny brings to his music. Few pianists could have rendered the music of Miles Davis in a solo piano setting with such discrimination and heartfelt sincerity.”  Steven Cerra, Jazzprofiles.blogspot
 

“… An extraordinary recording career that began in 1963…with [this 2019 CD] Zeitlin taking these selected tunes on–and interpreting liberally–with just his piano and his own idiosyncratic reimaginings, you get an essence of two souls… Zeitlin is always startlingly virtuosic, and he is blessed with freewheeling improvisational elasticity… One of the most compelling and beautiful albums of Denny Zeitlin’s career.”                     
Dan McClenaghan, AllAboutJazz

 

“… Denny’s solo piano approach here is more to use the songs almost like loose backdrops for sonic poetry–these incredibly complex lines on the piano that are at once free and melodic, modern and meaningful… The album is as revolutionary as anything the pianist recorded decades back…” DustyGroove
 

“… By the end of Zeitlin’s recital, it is fair to marvel at the range of Davis’s music, of course, but also at the versatility of this pianist, a master of so many styles and approaches… Denny Zeitlin is a musician who never got stuck in one way of approaching the art…” Will Layman, PopMatters
 

“… Doing more with a solo piano than anyone else can, Zeitlin serves as an explosive and revelatory meeting of the minds that finds the octogenarian playing with the verve and smarts of a 20-year-old with an old soul. Another in a series of penultimate dates from the master.” Chris Spector, MidwestRecord
 

“… By reaping the best of both worlds and respecting Miles’ original portrayals of his songs and moving them forward with imaginative, dynamically fresh takes, Denny Zeitlin pays ultimate homage to Miles Davis. The Prince of Darkness was a master at recognizing other people’s good ideas and making them great; Zeitlin does the same while he’s Remembering Miles.”  S. Victor Aaron, SomethingElseReviews
 

“… Denny Zeitlin is a master. His love for this music comes shining through the notes he plays and how he rearranges the song so you hear them  anew… Splendid recording, sweet sound, and great music…”  Richard B. Kamins, StepTempest.blogspot
 

“Arriving on the jazz scene in the mid-60s while simultaneously practicing and teaching psychiatry, pianist Denny Zeitlin has consistently conducted his musical career on multiple tracks. He has played postbop as well as free improv, veered between electric and acoustic settings, drawn from classical composition and fusion, and played solo when he wasn’t leading duos, trios, or larger ensembles…all those influences resonate through the music heard on Remembering Miles…it all adds up to an intriguing collection of Miles’ musical stories, familiar but given refreshing new spins.”  
Philip Booth, JazzTimes

 

“one of our most lyrical pianists, Denny Zeitlin delivers a tour de force solo performance, interpreting songs from the wide ranging Miles Davis songbook… Like his previous interpretation of Wayne Shorter material, this one’s a real treat and a moving tribute to an artist that bridged wide gaps…”  George W. Harris, JazzWeekly
 

“… Zeitlin’s a master at reconstructing melody, mood, and movement, making a meal out of nuance in the great artists of the times– himself included… Denny Zeitlin puts a lot of his own adventurous, thought-provoking spirit into each and every weird and wonderful note for quite a show, and quite an album.” Carol Banks Weber, FestivalPeak
 

“…[Remembering Miles] is one of Zeitlin’s finest and best solo piano releases and is a must-listen… Pianist Denny Zeitlin is a master of solo performance. His solo piano concerts are always memorable and not to be missed…”  
Doug Simpson, Audiophile Audition (AudAud)

 

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“Back in Baby’s Arms” The New Single From Susie Blue & the Lonesome Fellas

“Back in Baby’s Arms” The New Single From Susie Blue & the Lonesome Fellas

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July 8, 2019

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Back in Baby’s Arms – A Chicago Tribute to Patsy Cline featuring Harmonica Maestro Howard Levy
with Susie Blue & the Lonesome Fellas

 

Chicago’s Susie Blue & the Lonesome Fellas has a new single out for summer, a tribute to the great Patsy Cline with an updated, feisty cover of  “Back in Baby’s Arms”.   The band has been making history as Chicago’s most notorious and innovative Western Swing Group, but over the past year they have been busting genres  with a unique Chicago-styled Rockabilly and Retro Country sound, releasing singles that have hit the airwaves on radio stations like BBC Radio, NPR, Dublin FM, WFUV and thousands of other Alternative  based radio stations across the US and Internationally.   Their recent single, a vocal version of the Peter Gunn Theme that was written by Henry Mancini for Sarah Vaughan, crossed over from Alternative to Jazz and Blues radio stations featuring a boisterous horn section with Chicago sax maestro Eric Schneider and trombonist Jack Gallagher.   And now the band frolics back to their Retro Country roots with sui generis update of the classic Patsy Cline favorite.
 

The song opens at a rollicking pace with harmonica maestro Howard Levy of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones  flirting through the first few bars, inviting the listener into the familiar tune but at a faster and more boisterous pace than we are accustomed to.  Neal Alger plays a distorted rockabilly guitar  while drummer Phil Gratteau lays out a combustable tempo that even Paul Cook of the Sex Pistols would be proud of.  Vocalist Solitaire Miles holds the original song down with her Cline-esque  vocal,  keeping the sound nostalgic,  while Levy cavorts around her swing-styled back phrasing,  transforming the song into a romping melee of genres.   Neal Alger has a rockabilly style solo, but remains arioso since Alger is also a jazz guitarist.   In fact  all of the band are veterans of the Chicago Jazz scene, but they have been transforming their styles and sounds over the past year, to create a rockabilly/jazz amalgamation to the delight of many listeners across the globe.
 

So if you’re looking for a fun and frisky song to play at a party or just jam to in your car,  this single will hit your nostalgic meter at 10 and also get you singing along with the classic  lyrics for an entertaining and lively 3 minutes, and maybe make you want to play it all over again.     – Jean M Reid, Chicago Music Guide.
 

You can find the song at itunes, Amazon, CD Baby and at their
Bandcamp page 
 

You can learn more about the band here  https://www.susiebluelonesomefellas.com/

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Rebecca DuMaine and the Dave Miller Trio  “Chez Nous” KCSM interview 7/3 and Savanna Jazz 7/13


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Music in July!  KCSM Interview and Savanna Jazz


Listen in on July 3 @ 9am PST to KCSM.org  (91.1 FM for locals) 

We’ll be sitting down with Alisa Clancy and talking about the making of       Chez Nous and she will be playing a handful of tracks from the new album.  You can tune in from wherever you are!

Join us live on July 13 @ 8pm at Savanna Jazz 
 Two sets from 8-11pm – call (415) 624-4549 for reservations

 ~ visit www.rebeccadumaine for links to the new CD, latest reviews and our gig schedule ~
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RBH Jazz Camp for Instrumentalists and Vocalists, 7/28-8/3 in Burlington, VT

RBH Jazz Camp for Instrumentalists and Vocalists, 7/28-8/3 in Burlington, VT

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June 28, 2019

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Now in it’s 19th season, Roni Ben-Hur’s Jazz camps have been a wonderful way for jazz aficionados to learn from some of the top names in the jazz world, while spending time at beautiful places around the world.  The next event takes place July 28-August 3 at UVM in Burlington, VT, and the faculty includes Roni Ben-Hur, Helio Alves, Alexis Cole, Ralph Lalama,
Harvie S and Sylvia Cuenca.

For more information about the camp, and on how to sign up, please contact Roni Ben-Hur at ronibenhur@gmail.com.

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“Slide’s Blues” By TheCharles Ruggiero/Frank BasileOctet +1Featuring the Music and trombone ofSlide Hampton

“Slide’s Blues” By TheCharles Ruggiero/Frank BasileOctet +1Featuring the Music and trombone ofSlide Hampton

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June 28, 2019

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PLANET ARTS  
Creative Music Services
Supporting the release of
 
Slide’s Blues
By The
Charles Ruggiero/Frank Basile
Octet +1
Featuring the Music and trombone of
Slide Hampton


Featuring Slide’s original octet music
transcribed by Frank Basile

Smalls Live SL0062

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Trumpets: Nick Marchione, Bruce Harris
Trombones: James Burton III, Rob Edwards
Tenor Saxophone/clarinet: Sam Dillon
Baritone saxophone/bass clarinet: Frank Basile
Bass: Mike Karn
Drums: Charles Ruggiero
Special Guest: Slide Hampton 
(on Slide’s Blues and Mack the Knife)
 
1. Our Waltz (D. Rose) 5:10
2. Slide’s Blues (Hampton) 5:29
3. Exodus (E. Gold) 3:34
4. Mack The Knife (K. Weill) 4:07
5. The Barbarians (Hampton) 6:13
The Cloister Dance Suite (Hampton):
6. I: Impression 4:34
7. II: Obsession 4:56
8. III. Expression 4:00
9. IV Possession 5:26

Over 50 years ago, through a freak accident, Slide Hampton lost all of his original hand-written scores for his octet music. This recording features nine tracks of Slide’s octet music transcribed by Frank Basile                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 
“I first had the privilege of working with and getting to know Slide Hampton in 2006 as a member of the Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band. At that time, Slide was the band’s conductor and front-man. I had always known Slide’s place as a member of jazz royalty had been cemented long ago, but being there with him first-hand brought into sharp focus what a true genius he is. His conducting, his trombone playing, and his arranging set the standard for countless musicians to strive for, however futile a task that may be.(Thank you, Slide!)”
– Frank Basile
 

CONTACT:
 
Frank Basile
frank@frankbasilemusic.com
and/or
Charles Ruggiero
Charles@ruggierodrums.com  
 
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VIC JURIS Needs Our Help GO Fund Me

VIC JURIS Needs Our Help GO Fund Me

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June 27, 2019

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VIC JURIS Needs Our Help


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On June 14th, 2019, after a week of unexplained fatigue on his gigs, the great jazz guitarist VIC JURIS, one of kindest and most talented musicians in the world, was diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer. He is currently at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ, receiving treatment. 

Due to complications, we don’t yet know when Vic will be able to go home, to continue treatment, and work towards recovery, but we’re praying it will be soon.

Kate Baker, Vic’s wife, has informed us that while Vic does have some medical insurance, it only covers part of his needed treatment. It will be a long recovery before he’ll be able to work again so he needs help with his living expenses.

We are reaching out to our great musical community and friends for donations to help Vic through this terrible ordeal.

Most of all…Vic needs our positive loving thoughts and prayers as he travels the difficult road ahead.

Thank you in advance for any words you want to share with Vic and any financial help you would like to offer. Please spread the word.

Vic really needs us…

 
Gunnar Mossblad & Dave Stryker

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Statik Link delivers 10 tracks that fuse Jazz, Soul, and Funk effortlessly

Statik Link delivers 10 tracks that fuse Jazz, Soul, and Funk effortlessly

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June 27, 2019

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Statik Link-Shapes Of Music, Vol. 2 (Album)

Statik Link delivers 10 tracks that fuse Jazz, Soul, and Funk effortlessly

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(Monday, Jun 24th, 2019 – New York City, NY) ​Following the success of Shapes Of Music, Vol. 1, ​Statik Link brings us the second installment of his Shapes Of Music series, “Shapes Of Music” Volume 2. Shapes Of Music is an instrumental Soul and Jazz EP series produced by Statik Link. Going back to the basics, the album consists of 10, instrumental tracks featuring live horns, piano, bass, guitars, and vintage synths all played by Statik Link. Recorded through the same equipment used by some of Jazz’s greatest musicians, Statik captures the sound of Soul and Jazz that was popular in the 1970s with a modern twist. Tracks like “Summertime Magic”, and “No Where” feature a $90,000, hand built, Steinway Grand Piano. The trumpet, saxophones, and Drums were recorded with vintage microphones for a tone like no other. Tap play, close your eyes, and visualize the Shapes Of Music.

“Shapes Of Music, Vol. 2”
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“I​ had so much fun creating this album! I hope you enjoy listening to it as much asI did making it.This is the first instrumental project I went into a live studio to record. The goal was to capture the sound of an era of music that has shaped the musical landscape we have today. I studied the music of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Art Blakey, BadBadNotGood, and Adrian Younge before writing a single note. I think I captured THE sound. What is THE sound? “Shapes Of Music, Vol. 2” fuses together Hip-Hop, Jazz, RnB and Soul to deliver, what I believe, is a modern album with a classic sound like no other. ​” -​ ​Statik Link
 

About Statik Link

Hailing from the Midwest, Statik Link, crashed onto the scene in 2014 creating his own lane for his unique sound. A live instrumentalist and producer, Statik Link intricately blurs the line of Jazz, Funk, and Soul while remaining true to his own raw, uncut, gritty sound. Statik Link’s style has been compared to a mixture of artists such as Robert Glasper, J Dilla, Miles Davis, BadBadNotGood, and Kanye West.

 

For more information on ​Statik Link​, ​“Shapes Of Music, Vol. 2”​ and press opportunities/inquires contact:
Josh Andres​ at Booking@StatikLink.net

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Don’t Delay — Register Now! JazzWorks Jazz Camp and Composers’ Symposium 2019


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JazzWorks 2019
Adult Jazz Camp
and
Composers’ Symposium
August 12-18

 

Composers’ Symposium / Practice Retreat, August 12-15

Hone your writing and arranging skills or take some time for solo practice and impromptu jam sessions in an idyllic lakeside setting. Refine your original tunes with one-on-one coaching from international jazz composer greats: pianist Jean-Michel Pilc, saxophonist Kirk MacDonald, vocalist/songwriter Sienna Dahlen, and bassist/Camp Music Director Adrian Vedady.

 

Adult Jazz Camp, August 15-18

Polish your jazz theory and performing skills with outstanding, innovative Canadian and international jazz artists, on beautiful Lake MacDonald in the Laurentians (less than an hour’s drive from Montreal, Quebec). It’s an intensive, adult-focused learning experience for musicians of all levels in a relaxed, supportive environment.

Immerse yourself in improvisation, jazz history, composition and arranging, combo rehearsals and master classes, topped off with nightly high-energy jam sessions and exciting concerts featuring Camp participants alongside JazzWorks’ faculty of world-class jazz pros.
 

Pay in Canadian dollars — it’s a bargain!

Registration starts at $735 CAD ($555 USD) including tuition fees, accommodation and meals.

“[The JazzWorks Vocal Intensive Program] was probably where my dreams to become a jazz singer first took flight.” —KellyLee Evans, vocalist

“Jazz Camp is always quite rewarding, and never fails to inspire me to try harder to improve.” —Lance Schwerdfager, bassist

“It’s the highlight of my whole year! Time to focus on music I love with people who love it as much as I do. The thrill hasn’t worn off in 10 years.” —Leslie Toope, vocalist

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Faculty

Adrian Vedady — Bass, Composition, Music Director
Holli Ross — Voice
Sienna Dahlen — Voice, Composition
Kirk MacDonald — Saxophone, Composition
Al McLean — Saxophone
Itamar Borochov — Trumpet
Roddy Ellias — Guitar
Lorne Lofsky — Guitar
Jean-Michel Pilc — Piano, Composition
Kate Wyatt — Piano
Dezron Douglas — Bass
Nick Fraser — Drums
André White — Drums
Garry Elliott — Vocal Accompanist (Guitar)
Steve Boudreau — Vocal Accompanist (Piano)

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Composers’ Symposium: August 12-15
Jazz Camp: August 15-18
CAMMAC Music Centre
Harrington, Québec, Canada

To Register:

By phone: 613-220-3819
By email: jazz@jazzworkscanada.com.

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Delicado: Latin Brazilian Jazz

Delicado - New Release

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If you haven’t heard about this new Brazilian Jazz guitar release… you should!

Legendary Brazilian guitarist and world renowned arranger, Carlos Barbosa-Lima and friends offer up this vibrant, rhythmic recording that is receiving rave reviews and delighting listeners!

Carlos is a giant amongst guitarists. His arrangements on Delicado are subtle, sophisticated and virtuosic, taking his harmonic language to a new level.

To expand on these arrangements, we enlisted some of the greatest Brazilian jazz musicians performing and recording today!

Take a listen and judge for yourself!

“I love your new CD! Beautiful repertoire, arrangements and performances! It’s a new, exotic journey and concept that works brilliantly. Thanks for sending, and bravo to all for the terrific project!”

– Sharon Isbin, Grammy Award® winning, International Guitarist

“…you will definitely not go away disappointed. [Barbosa-Lima] sounds fantastic throughout.”

– Classical Guitar Magazine read full review

“A Great Album…”

– Classical Guitar Magazine

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Jane Ira Bloom DownBeat 2019 Critics Poll Soprano Saxophonist of The Year

Jane Ira Bloom DownBeat 2019 Critics Poll Soprano Saxophonist of The Year

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June 25, 2019

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Jane Ira Bloom
DownBeat 2019 Critics Poll Winner
Soprano Saxophonist of The Year


Complete list of the DownBeat 2019 Critics Poll

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Soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom is pleased to announce her being voted the DownBeat 2019 Critics Poll winner for Soprano Saxophonist of The Year.

Jane is also the 2019 JJA Jazz Awards Winner Soprano Saxophonist of The Year.

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JAZZ JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION 2019 AWARDS WINNERS

JAZZ JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION 2019 AWARDS WINNERS

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JUNE 22, 2019

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JAZZ JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION
2019 AWARDS WINNERS
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June 21 2019
 
NEW YORK CITY — More than three dozen engraved statuettes for excellence in jazz and jazz media are now scheduled for international presentations by members, supporters and colleagues of the Jazz Journalists Association. Winners of the JJA’s 2019 Jazz Awards ranging from pianist Ahmad Jamal (Lifetime Achievement in Jazz”) to Linda May Han Oh (Up and Coming Musician of the Year, and also Bassist of the Year) will be receiving their statuettes publicly, in front of their audiences at venues across the United States including SF Jazz, the Village Vanguard, and Monterey Jazz Festival, as well as in England and Australia for an unprecedented demonstration of jazz journalism’s reach.
 
All Jazz Awards winners were announced on May 1 and are posted at http://www.JJAJazzAwards.org.
 
The JJA’s first presentation this summer is on June 22, when Orrin Evans performs on June 23 at Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival with his Captain Black Big Band, accepting the Award for “Large Ensemble of the Year” from Janis Burley-Wilson, Festival director and president of the August Wilson African-American Cultural Center. That’s followed by Scott Robinson – the JJA’s declared “Multiple Reeds Player of the Year” and “Player of Instruments Rare in Jazz”– receiving his Awards at the Rochester Jazz Festival on June 23 from Jazzweek editor Ed Trefizger. Female Singer of the Year Cecile McLorin Salvant will get her Award from KNKX-FM program host (and JJA board member) Robin Lloyd at Seattle’s Jazz Alley on June 24.
 
Subsequently, Awards will be presented to Ms. Oh by writer Aidan Levy during her quartet’s July 2 – 7 run at the Village Vanguard; to Dr. Lonnie Smith (Keyboardist of the Year) during his stint at the Jazz Standard in New York City, to trombonist Wycliffe Gordon at the Litchfield (CT) Jazz Festival by author Bill Milkowski, and Ahmad Jamal by Bay Area writer (and JJA board member) Andy Gilbert at the pianist’s SF Jazz concert September 5. 
 
Lifetime Achievement in Jazz Journalism honoree John Szwed will be toasted in Philadelphia at an autumn event of presenting organition Ars Nova; the Career Achievement in Photography winner Val Wilmer is being feted in London by JJA-friendly members of the editorial staff of The Wire. In Australia, the Award for Album Art of the Year will be accepted on behalf of the late Charles Henry Alston by trumpeter Mat Jodrell, whose recording Echoes of Harlemfeatures Alston’s drawing.
 
 
In later summer and fall, Jazz Awards will be given the winners at the Miami ITG Trumpet Conference (Ingrid Jensen, Trumpeter of the Year, by Brian Zimmerman, online editor of Jazziz magazine), the Ravinia Festival (drummer-bandleader Bobby Sanabria for West Side Story Revisited, Record of the Year, by Neil Tesser), the Monterey Jazz Festival (Kenny Barron, Pianist of the Year), and other spots to be announced at the JJA’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/jazzjournalists/community/
 
All winners and nominees of the 2019 JJA Jazz Awards can be seen at www.JJAJazzAwards.org. The JJA is a 501 (c) (3) globe-spanning professional organization of media content providers disseminating news and views of jazz; JJA Jazz Awards were first presented in 1997. For further information about the JJA, see www.JJANews.org or contact Howard Mandel, president@jazzjournalists.org
 
 

 

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The Harvey Diamond Quintet Saturday June 22, 2019 8:00 pm @ the New School of Music Cambridge MA

The Harvey Diamond Quintet Saturday June 22, 2019 8:00 pm @ the New School of Music Cambridge MA

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June 19, 2019

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something to enjoy, folks

Richard Tabnik, whom critic Vittorio LoConte called “one of the most original exponents of his instrument in  contemporary jazz”, first heard Lennie Tristano’s music when  he was 7 years old. He studied with Lee Konitz, Hall Overton, Joe Allard and was associated with Connie Crothers for almost 40 years as her student, band member, and associate on New Artists Records.

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Saturday June 22 2019, 8:00 pm. The Harvey Diamond Quintet featuring Harvey Diamond, piano; Richard Tabnik, saxophone; Phil Grenadier, trumpet; Jon Dreyer, bass; Bob Gullotti, drums. At the New School of Music25 Lowell St, Cambridge MAWalk from Harvard Square, take the #71 or #73 bus, or park free in the lot behind the school.

This concert will focus on the music of the great Lennie Tristano.
 

Tickets https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4275601 or at the door.
 

The legendary jazz pianist Harvey Diamond has graced the Boston area for decades with his music which is at once both deeply intricate and deeply emotional to even the most casual listener. Over the years he has performed across the U.S. and in Europe. A student of Lennie Tristano, he has done concert appearances with NEA Jazz Masters Sheila JordanDave Liebman, and Art Farmer, and also with Charles Neville, Herb Pomeroy, Harvie SJay Clayton, Joe Hunt, Don Alias, Jason PalmerCameron Brown, Marc Johnson, Marcus McLaurine, and many others. He has released his second CD as a leader, Fair Weather, with Cameron Brown. This follows is first CD, The Harvey Diamond Trio. Cameron Brown says of Harvey, Harvey Diamond is a unique and brilliant musician: a pianist’s pianist with a remarkable touch, unimpeachable technique and enormous dynamic range. A creative and unpredictable improvisor, Harvey’s roots go back to Lennie Tristano and Bill Evans, spiced with just a touch of Cecil Taylor. He draws the audience into his world and holds it spellbound.

Saxophonist Richard Tabnik studied with the jazz alto saxophonist Lee Konitz from 1970 to 1972. During the years from 1975 through 1979, he lived in Buffalo, N.Y. and played lead alto sax in Frank Foster’s Big Band at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. He has written for and performed in many capacities in Houston, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia, and Providence, Rhode Island. He studied and performed with Connie Crothers from 1980 until her death in 2016, including her quartet CCQt, featuring Connie Crothers on piano, Roger Mancuso on drums, and Sean Smith on bass. His recordings include Duo Dimension with Connie Crothers, Solo JourneyIn the Moment with Carol Tristano and Cameron Brown, and Life at the Core with Andy Fite, Calvin Hill, and Roger Mancuso.
 

Throughout a career that spans nearly three decades, trumpeter Phil Grenadier has emerged as one of jazz’s most imaginative and innovative players. His two albums as leader, 2000’s Sweet Transients and 2003’s Playful Intentions, have won him copious international acclaim, while his collaborations with a broad array of notable musicians demonstrate the raw talent and adventurousness that led the San Jose Mercury News to call him “a trumpeter of rare fluency and depth.” He has performed with Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, George Shearing, Tony Bennett, Carlos Santana, James Brown, Sammy Davis Jr., Dionne Warwick, Bob Belden, Richie Beirach, Ethan Iverson, Bill Stewart, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Jeff Ballard, Steve Swallow, Kenny Barron and countless other greats.
 

Bassist Jon Dreyer is one of Harvey Diamond’s closest collaborators. He also performs regularly with James Merenda, both as a member of his high-energy, jazz-ish band TickleJuice and also in more mainstream jazz settings. He has performed with NEA jazz master Sheila Jordan as well as most of the Boston jazz community, including Jerry Bergonzi, George GarzoneJason PalmerAdam JanjigianYoko Miwa, Frank Wilkins, Dominique Eade, Bob Gullotti, Joe Hunt, Steve Langone, and Austin McMahon.
 

Drummer Bob Gullotti, leader of the Bob Gullotti Project, is a founding member of the Fringe, with George Garzone and John Lockwood. He has toured worldwide with the Fringe, Eddie Henderson, J.J. Johnson, Joe Lovano, John Patitucci and many others. He appears on over 60 recordings. He has published Modern Drummer and Downbeat. He is a clinician for Zildjian and endorses Eames Drum Co., Zildjian, and Remo Drum Heads.
 

Tickets https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4275601 or at the door.

 

 

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Rare Jazz Films-Buy-Sell-Swap-Trade-Schmooze @ The 45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22 Hilton Garden Inn Edison NJ

Rare Jazz Films-Buy-Sell-Swap-Trade-Schmooze @ The 45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22 Hilton Garden Inn Edison NJ

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June 18, 2019

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45th Annual
Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash
Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019
78s, LPs, CDs & Memorabilia
www.jazzbash.net

Hilton Garden Inn
Edison/Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway
Edison, New Jersey 08837

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Schedule & Events

Rare vintage videos each day:

Admission free with Bash admission or $5 for each film show only.
 

2019 Jazz Bash Film Schedule
Friday: 8:00pm to 10pm: 
Rare film and TV clips by jazz collector and film historian David Weinerfollowed by a half hour presentation of rare Vitaphone and Hal Roach musical shorts. It’s a salute to our dear late friend and colleague Ron Hutchinson for his great pioneering work with the Vitaphone Project, discovering and restoring lost films of the 1920s and 30s.
 
Saturday 4:00 to 6:00 PM:  
Will Friedwald’s Clip Joint
NAT KING COLE FILM & VIDEO RARITIES: CENTENNIAL SPECIAL
Featuring vintage Nat Cole in the centennial year of the performer’s birth. 
 
Saturday 8:00 to 10:00 PM: 
Steve Kramer will present a collection of videos of big bands and vocalists including seldom seen performances by Buddy Rich; Buddy Greco; Artie Shaw; Frank Sinatra; June Christy; Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross; and David Allyn.
Steve Kramer has collected big band and jazz recordings since his early teens and became an avid video enthusiast after watching a Ken Crawford presentation many years ago. 
 

Admission

General admission: $20.00 covers buyer’s admission for two days (Friday & Saturday).
 

After 5:00 p.m. Friday (including Saturday re-entry) and all day Saturday admission is $10.00.
 

Early buyers will be admitted Thursday evening after 7:30pm for $40.00.

Doors open 8:00am on Friday & Saturday

Hotel Reservations

Special hotel room rate of $119 per night, Thursday through Saturday. Other discount rates available for seniors, government employees, and members of AAA, AARP and the military.
 

For reservations, call hotel before June 7 and mention Jazz Record Collectors: 732-225-0900 or toll free 800-774-1500.

Or, to book online, use the following link for the special group rate.

Vendors / Dealers

Vendor space: All tables are 6ft x 3ft. Cost in advance is $95.00 per table for 2 days, $60 for Friday only or $35 for Saturday only. A 50% deposit is required. On or after June 20th, cost will be $100 per table (for 2 days) on a space available basis.
 

Dealer Setup: Dealers may set up on Thursday night after 7:30 pm. The room will not be available prior to that hour.
 

Payment Methods: Payment in advance by check or money order. Cash and checks will be accepted at the door.

Directions

By car:

IMPORTANT: Although the hotel address is on Raritan Center Parkway, it is safer to enter the hotel grounds from King Georges Post Road.  For those approaching the hotel via Raritan Center Parkway, online mapping websites and GPS devices will instruct you to make a U-turn. Ignore those instructions and follow those below.
 

Via I-95 (NJ Turnpike) to exit 10. Keep right, follow signs for and merge into County Road 514 – Woodbridge Ave. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road.  Make first left to hotel.
 

Via Garden State Parkway south: Take exit 129. Keep right at fork and follow signs for County Road 501. Take CR 501 about 1.5 miles. Entrance to hotel is on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.
 

Via Garden State Parkway north: Take exit 127 (Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr). Continue on Riverside Dr approximately 2 miles. Turn right on Clearview Rd and take it to end. Turn left on King Georges Post Rd. Hotel entrance is about ¾ mile on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.

Via I-287 south: Continue to NJ-440 North and take exit for County Road 514 West – Woodbridge Ave.  Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.
 

From Outerbridge Crossing:

  1. Take NJ 440 South to exit for Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr and then follow directions as Garden State Parkway north, above.

OR

  1. Take NJ-440 South to I-95 exit toward County Road 514 (Woodbridge Ave) West. Merge into CR 514. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.

By public transportation:

Convenient from Penn Station in New York City, Newark Penn Station, Newark Liberty International Airport and Trenton, NJ. Take NJ Transit to Metuchen station on Northeast Corridor line. From Philadelphia 30th Street Station, take SEPTA to Trenton, NJ and transfer to NJ Transit NEC.

From Metuchen Station:

[or any point within a 3 mile (5km) radius of the hotel] A free shuttle is available to hotel guests and attendees of the Bash. Call the hotel ahead of time for shuttle pickup. From NYC, Metuchen is one stop past Metropark.

In Memoriam

Ron Hutchinson: 1952-2019

 

Vitaphone Project Co-Founder
and Longtime Jazz Bash Presenter

 

 

 

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For more information or to be added to
Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash mailing list, contact:

Art Zimmerman / P.O. Box 158, Jericho, NY 11753-0158
(516) 343-7440 / zimrecords@msn.com

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RBH Jazz Camp for Instrumentalists and Vocalists, 7/28-8/3 in Burlington, VT

RBH Jazz Camp for Instrumentalists and Vocalists, 7/28-8/3 in Burlington, VT

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June 17, 2019

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Now in it’s 19th season, Roni Ben-Hur’s Jazz camps have been a wonderful way for jazz aficionados to learn from some of the top names in the jazz world, while spending time at beautiful places around the world.  The next event takes place July 28-August 3 at UVM in Burlington, VT, and the faculty includes Roni Ben-Hur, Helio Alves, Alexis Cole, Ralph Lalama,
Harvie S and Sylvia Cuenca.

For more information about the camp, and on how to sign up, please contact Roni Ben-Hur at ronibenhur@gmail.com.

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DAVE STRYKER “EIGHT TRACK III” 4TH WEEK at #1!!! JazzWeek

DAVE STRYKER “EIGHT TRACK III” 4TH WEEK at #1!!! JazzWeek

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June 14, 2019

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DAVE STRYKER “EIGHT TRACK III”
4th WEEK at #1!!! JazzWeek

#1 on NACC Top 30 College Radio Jazz Chart

Dave Sez Thank You JazzWeek Reporters, College Radio and Listeners Too!


Watch
Dave Stryker Eight Track Band Perform
“Papa Was a Rolling Stone” on WBGO

Dave Stryker-Guitar, Stefon Harris-Vibes
Jared Gold-Organ, McClenty Hunter-Drums, 
Myra Casales-Percussion

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Dave Stryker Upcoming Gigs:

June 14-15 – 6:30pm / 8:30pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Mitch Towne- organ
• Dana Murray – drums
• Jorge Nila – tenor sax
The Jewell
1030 Capitol Ave, Omaha NE

June 21-22 7:30-pm / 10pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Jared Gold -organ
• McClenty Hunter – drums
• Joe Doubleday -vibraphone
Smalls
183 W 10th St / NYC

June 29-July 12

Clinician at Jamey Aebersold Jazz Workshop

University of Louisville

Louisville KY

Aebersold Jazz Workshop


July 20 – 8:00pm / 10:00pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Jared Gold – organ
• McClenty Hunter – drums
• Joe Doubleday – vibraphone
The Sidedoor
Old Lyme CT

(860) 434-2600


July 21-27

Clinician at Litchfield Jazz Workshop

The Gunnery, Washington CT

The Litchfield Jazz Camp
 

Aug 14 – 7:30pm / 9:30pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Jared Gold -organ
• McClenty Hunter – drums
• Warren Wolf – vibraphone
The Jazz Standard
116 E. 27th, NYC


Aug 30-31 7:30pm / 9:30pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Jared Gold – organ
• McClenty Hunter- drums
• Joe Doubleday – vibraphone
The Jazz Forum

1 Dixon Ln, Tarrytown, NY (914) 631-1000


Oct 23 – 7:30pm / 9:30pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Mike Pellera – piano
• McClenty Hunter- drums
• James Singleton – bass
The Sandbar at Univ of New Orleans


Oct 24 – 8:00pm / 10:00pm

Dave Stryker Quartet

• Dave Stryker – guitar
• Mike Pellera – piano
• McClenty Hunter- drums
• James Singleton – bass
Snug Harbor

626 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA


“Dave we need to complete the Trilogy!” said Stefan Harris as we drove to a gig last summer. We had recorded Eight Track with my working trio of Jared Gold and McClenty Hunter back in 2013 and Eight Track II followed three years later with the great Steve Nelson on vibraphone.  A Trilogy? I didn’t have to be asked twice!
 
The Eight Track projects have been not only fun, but musically rewarding. Playing these classic melodies from the ’70s has been a great way to connect with people and bring more people to the music, whether they remember the songs or are just discovering them. I enjoy the challenge of finding my way into these tunes by putting my own stamp on them through the arrangements and playing. (Besides, I had an Eight Track player in my van in high school and spent many hours listening to everything from Miles and Coltrane to Santana and Marvin Gaye!)
 
This time out we tackle Curtis Mayfield’s “Move on Up”, The Temptations’ “Papa was a Rollin’ Stone”, Steely Dan’s “Pretzel Logic”, and two tunes by Stevie Wonder: “Too High” and Joy Inside My Tears”. The Carpenters’ “We’ve Only Just Begun” and Burt Bacharach’s “This Guys In Love” show that a great melody is a great melody no matter the decade. And Stefon does Roy Ayer’s classic “Everybody Loves The Sunshine” proud before we start to wind down with Marvin Gaye’s “After the Dance.” Throughout I have to tip my hat to these outstanding musicians and friends who brought this music to life: Stefan Harris, Jared Gold, McClenty Hunter and Mayra Casales.
 
In these crazy times, I hope our takes on these classic songs can bring some joy and positivity into the world. The Trilogy is complete – Viva Eight Track!

Dave Stryker
 

Here’s what people are saying so far:

“Stryker Strikes Again!!” William Johnson KPOV

“Stryker remains as ruggedly stylish and direct as ever… one thing remains true and constant: the strength of the song itself remains paramount. Stryker doesn’t bend the originals into unrecognizable shapes or use the art of the cover as a means for intellectual exercise. He plays the songs in relatively straightforward manners, leaves space for solos, and lets the magic take shape on its own. And that, in a nutshell, is his formula for success when dealing with this terrain. While this may mark the end of Stryker’s Eight Track projects, it’s doubtful that (m)any would complain if a fourth happened to find its way to the marketplace. As fun dates go, these are hard to beat. “ Dan Bilawsky / All About Jazz

“When it comes to ultracool & hip jazz, guitarist Dave Stryker is at the very TOP of the list… what an absolutely fun album. The album opener, “Move on Up“, alone, makes it well worth purchasing the full album. Jared’s organ just KICKS IT OUT on this superb tune!  Stevie Wonder’s “Too High” is one of the best performances of the tune I’ve ever heard. The recording is just flawless.  I give Dave & his superb players a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED rating, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) score of 4.99 out of 5.” Dick Metcalf, editor, Contemporary Fusion Reviews

“Dave Stryker’s third Baby Boomer covers album is, quite frankly, a can’t-lose proposition. That’s ‘cos the melodies are rich with timeless soul and everyone in the band are veteran masters who can effortlessly kick back and take an easygoing approach that these songs need to make them as engaging in these interpretations as they are with the originals.” S.Victor Aarons / Something Else Reviews

“It’s all in the special sauce.  In which we find guitar man Stryker paying tribute to his youth by hitting it on everything that was playing in your car 45 years ago when we were young and eclectic.  A gift shop record in lesser hands, the set list in impeccable again and the on board jazzbos are enjoying  being there for the trip—all of whom are no slouches either.  Tasty fun that means so much more as Stryker and company dig beneath the commercial veneer for the real deal.​“  CHRIS SPECTOR, Editor and Publisher ​

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Samba Meets Jazz Workshops Summer 2019

Samba Meets Jazz Workshops Summer 2019

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June 9, 2019

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Boston North Shore    www.sambameetsjazz.com/smj-endicott
Bar Harbor, ME     www.sambameetsjazz.com/venue/schedules

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Arts for Art Presents
 

Vision Festival 24

June 11-16, 2019

Roulette

509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY
 

The 24th annual Vision Festival returns to Roulette in Brooklyn, June 11-16. The lineup features leading performers and thinkers in freejazz, improvised and contemporary music, dance, poetry, and art. Opening night is devoted to Andrew Cyrille in celebration of his lifetime of achievement. June 13 celebrates sculptor Alain Kirili for his contributions to the intersection of visual art and freejazz.


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JUNE 9 Films at Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave, NYC 10003

Program 1 – 7:15pm
One Long Painting – Jeff Schlanger 
PLUS a live performance by Oliver Lake

BIG FIRE, Kinetic Colors, Zaar, Vopots, Fireball/Metatron -by Stefan Roloff

Program 2 – 9:00pm
Milford Graves Full Mantis 
Jake Meginsky and Neil Young

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June 11 at Roulette
509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn 11217

6:30pm – Celebrating Andrew Cyrille

Haitian Fascination
Kidd Jordan
Tomeka Reid & Beatrice Capote
Milford Graves
Stefan Roloff 
Wadada Leo Smith & Brandon Ross
Lisa Sokolov
Peter Brötzmann

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June 12 at Roulette
6:30pm
Dunston/Ribot/Rodriguez/Taylor
7:30pm
Tomas Fujiwara’s 7 Poets Trio
8:30pm
Torres/Moten/Lopez/Cleaver
9:30pm
Davalois Fearon Dance
10:30pm
Kidd Jordan Tribute to Alvin Fielder

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7:00pm
Yoshiko Chuma School of Hard Knocks
8:00pm

Melvin Gibbs’ God Particle
9:00pm

Alain Kirili & William Parker
9:30pm

Dickey/Bisio/Knuffke/Lonberg-Holm
10:30pm

Alto Gladness -Tribute to Cecil Taylor

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3:00pm
Panel on Race, Gender, & Resources
6:30pm
Mendoza/Nelson/Lane/Drake
7:30pm
Marty Ehrlich Trio Exaltation
8:30pm
Matthew Shipp/William Parker Duo
9:30pm
Rob Brown Quartet
10:30pm
Kris Davis Trio – January Painters

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June 15 at Roulette
1:00pm 
Panel on Artist Concerns about Equity
5:30pm
Visionary Youth Orchestra
6:30pm
Darius Jones Quintet
7:30pm
David Virelles Mbòkó
8:30pm
Nicholson/Jeanty/Cooper-Moore/Mazza
9:30pm
James Brandon Lewis Unruly Quintet
10:30pm
Douglas R. Ewart Tribute to Jarman

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2:00pm
FreeJazz in the Cultural Landscape 
5:30pm
Rainey/Laubrock/Courvoisier/Feldman
6:30pm
Jason Kao Hwang Human Rites Trio
7:30pm
Jorgo Schäfer w/ Vincent Chancey Trio
8:30pm

Dianne McIntyre & Amina Claudine Myers
9:30pm
Heroes are Gang Leaders
10:30pm
D.D. Jackson Bluiett Tribute Band

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Doris Day: a great entertainer, not a symbol of repression by Joan Merrill

Doris Day: a great entertainer, not a symbol of repression by Joan Merrill

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June 5, 2019

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Doris Day: a great entertainer, not a symbol of repression

Joan Merrill remembers a singer and actress whose work will chime with many jazz fans

By Jazz Journal-June 1, 2019

She never won an Oscar, never won a Grammy. But, except for perhaps Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, no other American entertainer left such an impressive legacy as Doris Day.

She did 39 movies, 600 recordings, which include 18 albums, and five seasons of the sitcom The Doris Day Show, plus television specials. According to Ultimate Movie Rankings, nearly 60% of Day’s movies topped $100 million in domestic gross box office sales. In the 1960s she was the No. 1 box office female star for four years, a record matched only by Shirley Temple. Two of Day’s songs won Oscars: Secret Love from Calamity Jane(1953) and Que Será, Será from The Man Who Knew Too Much(1956).

Day was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004, five Golden Globe awards – including the Cecil B. DeMille Award – as well as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the LA Critics’ Career Achievement Award. She might have been honoured by the Kennedy Center or received an
honorary Oscar if she had wanted them, but she shunned the spotlight and never sought fame.

Her fans, however, thought differently. They thought she deserved these honours and were disappointed she didn’t get them. Will Friedwald, author of A Popular Guide To The Great Jazz And Pop Singers(Pantheon, 2010), said of Day’s singing: “At her very best, she’s worthy of being mentioned in the same breath as Frank Sinatra or Ella Fitzgerald, yet she’s never gotten a fraction of their respect”. And renowned film critic Molly Haskell said, “I think Doris Day is the most underrated, underappreciated actress that has ever come out of Hollywood”.

But now, in death, Day is still underappreciated. Obituaries mention how, due to the roles she sometimes played – a virtuous woman resisting the advances of playboys – she symbolized the sexual repression of the 1950s. As if she chose those roles, as if she declared that image for herself. It was a great entertainer who died, not a symbol.

      ‘Day was perfectly aware that the material given her was often bad,  but she had no control over the matter’
Critics also seem to blame her for the inferiority of some of her songs and movies, as if she had chosen them. Day was perfectly aware that the material given her was often bad, but she had no control over the matter. She gave each project her best effort and should be lauded for that.

Let’s take a closer look at her legacy. Doris Day had parallel careers as movie star and recording artist. Her film career lasted from 1948 to 1968 and her recording contract with Columbia Records from 1947 to 1967. From 1968 to 1973, she appeared in a TV sitcom, The Doris Day Show, which was among the Top 20 in the Nielsen ratings for two straight years. (Her husband and manager Marty Melcher, who died suddenly in 1968, had signed a contract for this show without her knowledge.) And she excelled in each field: recording, movies, and television.

When CBS offered to renew the sitcom, Day declined and moved to Northern California in 1973, spending the rest of her life concentrating on her animal welfare foundation, The Doris Day Animal Foundation. In her animal activism, Day also helped launch World Spay Day, opened a pet-friendly hotel and encouraged people to adopt pets from shelters.

When Day died on 13 May 2019, she hadn’t made a record or a film for almost 50 years. Does her work have lasting value? What exactly is her legacy?

To read the rest of this article, use this link:
https://jazzjournal.co.uk/2019/06/01/the-legacy-of-doris-day/
 

 

 

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Elizabeth Tomboulian Debuts CD Release NYC

Elizabeth Tomboulian Debuts CD Release NYC

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June 4, 2019

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Elizabeth Tomboulian
Celebrates The Release Of Her New CD
“Love’s in Need of Love Today”
Sunday, June 9th @ Maureen’s Jazz Cellar
Tuesday, June 11th @ Pangea 


Tickets & Info
Sunday, June 9th @ Maureen’s Jazz Cellar
6:00 PM  7:30 PM

Tickets $20. Reservations call 845-535-3143
 

Tuesday, June 11th @ Pangea
7:00 PM  8:15 PM

Tickets $20 in advance
$25 cash only at the door
Tickets online click HERE 
Reservations strongly recommended.

Elizabeth Tomboulian – vocals, piano, guitar,
Ingrid Jensen, trumpet
Lee Tomboulian – piano
Cliff Schmitt – bass
Brian Woodruff – drums

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After decades of performing—from her early forays as a blues/folk singer-songwriter in her native Arkansas and Houston during the ‘70s to her deep dive into the music of Brazil and Uruguay to her various excursions into jazz as both pianist and vocalist—Elizabeth Tomboulian has finally stepped forward with her debut as a leader. A wide-ranging collection of tunes reflecting her eclectic tastes in music, Love’s In Need Of Love Today represents Tomboulian’s bluesy roots, her love of bossa nova and jazz along with her enduring belief in the power of music to heal.
 

“This is my first one as Elizabeth,” she said of her long-overdue debut. “I had recorded with my Latin group, Circo, with wordless vocals, horn unisons and Portuguese. I felt it was time for me to grab the reigns of my creativity and be the decider on a project where I sing songs in English that tell a story.”
 

Originally conceived as a reaction to the horrific shootings at the Pulse disco in Orlando, Florida in 2016, Love’s In Need Of Love Today is a healing balm for these turbulent times. “I heard that song on the radio after the shooting and immediately thought, ‘This is exactly what we need right now.’” recalled Tomboulian, who cites vocal artists Bobby McFerrin, Rhiannon, Classical soprano Patrice Michaels, Barbara Maier Gustern, and Billy Harper among her many teachers over the years. Her gospel-tinged rendering of that Stevie Wonder classic, replete with strings and uplifting choir, brings home the point in stirring fashion.
 

Elizabeth’s love of New Orleans music, reflecting her brief stay in the Crescent City in 1980, is evident on a second line re-imagining of the jazzstandard “Exactly Like You,” which features her husband Lee channeling his inner Professor Longhair on piano. Elizabeth adds lyrics to the affecting McCoy Tyner waltz, “For Tomorrow,” which features a potent solo from guest trumpeter Ingrid Jensen. Husband and wife team up on a clever Jackie & Roy-styled mashup of Thelonious Monk’s “Nutty” and the 1933 Broadway musical number “If I Love Again,” a tune later covered by such great singers as Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Dakota Staton and Anita O’Day. 
 

Accompanying herself on piano, Elizabeth delivers an intimate reading of “The Ballad of the Snow Leopard and the Tanqueray Cowboy,” an epic ballad written by Texas poet laureate David R. Rodriguez and later recorded by Lyle Lovett. “That was from my roots,” she explained. “I spent a lot of time in Texas in my youth doing the blues and folk singer-songwriter thing in the vein of Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow.”
 

More of her roots are represented on a laid back reading of the Bessie Smith blues number “Good Old Wagon,” which has her playing fingerstyle guitar and scatting with earthy abandon. A rapturous solo reading of the jazz standard “I Get Along Without You Very Well” features her penchant for reharmonization as a pianist while showcasing her flawless intonation, clear articulation, natural vibrato and warm, soaring vocal delivery. Her lone original here, the playful “Cheesy,” addresses Elizabeth’s heart for being choosy about relationships.Two other masterful mashups complete this winning debut. “Re: Person I Knew/Time After Time” is a gorgeous marriage of Bill Evans and Cyndi Lauper while the closer adeptly merges Buffalo Springfield’s anthemic “For What It’s Worth” with Joe Zawinul’s 1966 classic for the Cannonball Adderley quintet, “Mercy Mercy Mercy.” Says Elizabeth, “It was really fun to put those two together. And The lyric I wrote to ‘Mercy Mercy Mercy’ kind of crowns the album: ‘We can make a way for every soul to live in peace/hungry children got to eat/everybody’s got to be free/and there is no fear in this whole sphere that love cannot defeat.’ That’s really my purpose for the whole album—to sing and proclaim that love wins.” That kind of affirming statement is one that Elizabeth felt an urgency to make at this point in her career. Her message on Love’s In Need Of Love Today is just what the doctor ordered. — Bill Milkowski
 

Bill Milkowski is a longtime contributor to DownBeat magazine and the author of “JACO: The Extraordinary and Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorius” (Backbeat Books).

 

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45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019 Hilton Garden Inn Edison, New Jersey

45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019 Hilton Garden Inn Edison, New Jersey

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May 30, 2019

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45th Annual
Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash
Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019
78s, LPs, CDs & Memorabilia
www.jazzbash.net

Hilton Garden Inn
Edison/Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway
Edison, New Jersey 08837

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Schedule & Events

Rare vintage videos each day:

Admission free with Bash admission or $5 for each film show only.

2019 Schedule (to date)

Friday: 8:00pm: Rare film and TV clips by jazz collector and film historian David Weiner.
 

Saturday: Will Friedwald will make one of his Clip Joint presentations featuring vintage Nat Cole in the centennial year of the performer’s birth. Time to be announced.

Admission

General admission: $20.00 covers buyer’s admission for two days (Friday & Saturday).
 

After 5:00 p.m. Friday (including Saturday re-entry) and all day Saturday admission is $10.00.
 

Early buyers will be admitted Thursday evening after 7:30pm for $40.00.

Doors open 8:00am on Friday & Saturday

Hotel Reservations

Special hotel room rate of $119 per night, Thursday through Saturday. Other discount rates available for seniors, government employees, and members of AAA, AARP and the military.
 

For reservations, call hotel before June 7 and mention Jazz Record Collectors: 732-225-0900 or toll free 800-774-1500.

Or, to book online, use the following link for the special group rate.

Vendors / Dealers

Vendor space: All tables are 6ft x 3ft. Cost in advance is $95.00 per table for 2 days, $60 for Friday only or $35 for Saturday only. A 50% deposit is required. On or after June 20th, cost will be $100 per table (for 2 days) on a space available basis.
 

Dealer Setup: Dealers may set up on Thursday night after 7:30 pm. The room will not be available prior to that hour.
 

Payment Methods: Payment in advance by check or money order. Cash and checks will be accepted at the door.

Directions

By car:

IMPORTANT: Although the hotel address is on Raritan Center Parkway, it is safer to enter the hotel grounds from King Georges Post Road.  For those approaching the hotel via Raritan Center Parkway, online mapping websites and GPS devices will instruct you to make a U-turn. Ignore those instructions and follow those below.
 

Via I-95 (NJ Turnpike) to exit 10. Keep right, follow signs for and merge into County Road 514 – Woodbridge Ave. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road.  Make first left to hotel.
 

Via Garden State Parkway south: Take exit 129. Keep right at fork and follow signs for County Road 501. Take CR 501 about 1.5 miles. Entrance to hotel is on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.
 

Via Garden State Parkway north: Take exit 127 (Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr). Continue on Riverside Dr approximately 2 miles. Turn right on Clearview Rd and take it to end. Turn left on King Georges Post Rd. Hotel entrance is about ¾ mile on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.

Via I-287 south: Continue to NJ-440 North and take exit for County Road 514 West – Woodbridge Ave.  Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.
 

From Outerbridge Crossing:

  1. Take NJ 440 South to exit for Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr and then follow directions as Garden State Parkway north, above.

OR

  1. Take NJ-440 South to I-95 exit toward County Road 514 (Woodbridge Ave) West. Merge into CR 514. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.

By public transportation:

Convenient from Penn Station in New York City, Newark Penn Station, Newark Liberty International Airport and Trenton, NJ. Take NJ Transit to Metuchen station on Northeast Corridor line. From Philadelphia 30th Street Station, take SEPTA to Trenton, NJ and transfer to NJ Transit NEC.

From Metuchen Station:

[or any point within a 3 mile (5km) radius of the hotel] A free shuttle is available to hotel guests and attendees of the Bash. Call the hotel ahead of time for shuttle pickup. From NYC, Metuchen is one stop past Metropark.

In Memoriam

Ron Hutchinson: 1952-2019

 

Vitaphone Project Co-Founder
and Longtime Jazz Bash Presenter

 

 

 

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(516) 343-7440 / zimrecords@msn.com

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Carol Liebowitz / Birgitta Flick .. CD release “Malita-Malika” .. June 2 concert in Stockholm


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Carol Liebowitz / Birgitta Flick Duo
CD Release Concert

Malita-Malika (Leo Records)

Sunday, June 2, 2019

@ Khimaira, Stockholm

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it would be easy to mistakenly assume that parts of improvisations like “Moon” and “Jasmine” were written out. The title track actually was (it’s one of Flick’s), yet the playing is so in character with the composition that the dividing line between reading and improvising all but disappears. . . .There also are some standards in the mix, two of which are sung by Liebowitz. She does a lovely job with the Harry Warren/Al Dubin chestnut “September In the Rain” (which is introduced by a playful rendition of Billy Bauer’s “Marionette”). But it’s her powerfully emotional rendering of “You Don’t Know What Love Is” that really makes the album.
—J.D. Considine, Editor’s Pick, November 2018, Downbeat 

A glorious album, exceptionally fascinating, pensive and reflectively poetic . . .
—Ken Cheetham, jazzviews.net

The clarity of the sound, the intelligence of the proposals, the balance between the instruments are the proven qualities of this meeting and the poetry that emanates from this pure line creates an authentic world of sound.
Nicolas Dourlhès, citizenjazz.com

Here’s a very unusual jazz CD. . . . And they are BRILLIANT. . . . It is both a sensual and an intellectual experience. In a strange way, they almost make you feel as if you were looking into their souls or psyches as they play. . . . Their sense of unity is so complete that you’d think they had been playing together for years rather than sporadically. . . . Overall, this is a marvelous recording, and I urge you to listen to it.
—Lynn René Bailey, artmusiclounge.wordpress.com

Flick’s warm and woody sound contains something wild at its heart. . . . A storyteller of expressive power, she maps stories from the heart in elegant lines buzzing with imagination. . . . Liebowitz’s touch—now delicate, now blunt, now muscular, now pensive—captures every nuance of feeling.
—Mel Minter, musically speaking

Full of dark, offbeat, frenetic angles and brighter, lyrical moments of uncommon, melodic grace – sometimes within the same piece — “Malita-Malika” is the fruit of their extraordinary chemistry.
—Jonathan Widran, theJWvibe
 

There are also two standards (sung with finesse by the pianist) including one paired with a theme of guitarist Billy Bauer, and a composition by Birgitta Flick that gives its title to this beautiful achievement. “Malita-Malika.” 

—Jean Buzelin, culturejazz.fr

MALITA-MALIKA was included in Hrayr Attarian’s Top Ten Jazz Recordings in the 2018 NPR JAZZ CRITICS POLL.



Sunday, June 2, 2019

@ Khimaira, Stockholm

Carol Liebowitz / Birgitta Flick Duo
Flick / Liebowitz / Lindal / Lindal Quartet
Sthlm Svaga plays Carla Bley premiere

6:00 pm 
Carol Liebowitz / Birgitta Flick Duo
Malita-Malika CD Release
Carol Liebowitz . piano
Birgitta Flick . tenor saxophone

https://soundcloud.com/birgittaflick/52-song

6:45 pm
Flick / Liebowitz / Lindal / Lindal Quartet
Birgitta Flick . tenor saxophone

Carol Liebowitz . piano
Eva Lindal . violin
Anna Lindal . violin

Eva Lindal / Flick / Liebowitz trio:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=21&v=GPlivYdj5LA

8:00 pm
Sthlm Svaga premieres composer Carla Bley’s piece Bells and Whistles 
Andreas Hiroui Larsson . drums
Elsa Bergman . bass
Gustav Rådström . saxophone
Johan Jutterström . saxophone
Linda Oláh . voice
Niklas Barnö . trumpet
Rasmus Borg . piano

https://youtu.be/lCfrrHNn0FU
https://soundcloud.com/johan-jutterstrom/sthlm-svaga-live-at-bangen-jazz-blues-festival-june-29-2018/s-PRoVl
https://soundcloud.com/johan-jutterstrom/sets/sthlm-svaga-live-at-khimaira/s-MC6wK

(The collaboration with Carla Bley is done through support from the Arts Council)

Khimaira
Sofiagatan 1
116 40 Stockholm
T-bana Medborgarplatsen eller Skanstull

www.khimaira.se

Important information:
100SEK/50SEK students

Khimaira is situated in the basement of an apartment building so the doors will be open sporadically from 5.30 p.m. and onwards (every 10 minutes before the concerts and sporadically during pauses).

(left to right): Anna Lindal, Carol Liebowitz, Eva Lindal, Birgitta Flick

Sthlm Svaga

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May is Gil’s Birthday Month

May is Gil’s Birthday Month

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May 14, 2019

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Gil Evans Birthday Celebrations!
Gil’s Birthday is May 13th recently we’ve adopted the month of May
as Gil’s Birthday month!

The Gil Evans Project directed by Ryan Truesdell will be at the Jazz Standard
May 16-19
Tickets & Info
 

The Gil Evans Orchestra directed by Miles Evans will be celebrating Gil’s Birthday and their new album at the Cutting Room May 25th!

Tickets & Info

 

Get the new album
“Hidden Treasures Vol 1/Monday Nights”
Click HERE

 

Photo Credit: Carol Friedman
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Featuring

Gil Goldstein: Piano
Kenwood Dennard: Drums

Mark Egan: Bass

Pete Levin: Keyboards

Miles Evans: Trumpet

Shunzo Ohno: Trumpet

Conrad Herwig: Trombone

David Taylor: Bass Trombone

Rob Scheps: Tenor Sax

Alden Banta: Baritone Sax
David Mann: Alto Sax
Gabby Abularach Guitar

And surprise Special Guests!

 

Music Charges + Any Minimums: $20

Purchase Ticket Direct Link

Gil Evans Birthday Promo 2019


 

Band Website: http://www.gilevans.com/
 

Venue Website: http://thecuttingroomnyc.com/

 

Musical sparks fly from this group of New York’s finest musicians with a varied program of compositions that recall Gil Evans’ infamous Monday night sessions at the Greenwich Village club, Sweet Basil.
 
THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA
“HIDDEN TREASURES MONDAY NIGHTS, VOLUME ONE ”
 
Artist: THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA 
Title: HIDDEN TREASURES MONDAY NIGHTS VOLUME ONE
Label: BOPPER SPOCK SUNS MUSIC GEO-34752
Release Date: DECEMBER 07, 2018
UPC Code: 860000347525
 
Track listing and Running Time 
1. SUBWAY Pete Levin 10:56 
2. LL FUNK Miles Evans 5:29 
3. I SURRENDER Delmar Brown/Alex Foster 7:17 
4. GROOVE FROM THE LOUVRE John Clark 9:50 
5. LUNAR ECLIPSE Masabumi Kikuchi 6:28 
6. MOONSTRUCK Gil Evans 1:49 
7. ELEVEN Gil Evans 5:24 
 
Kenwood Dennard – Drums, Mino Cinelu – Percussion Mark Egan – bass Pete Levin – keyboards, Miles Evans – trumpet Shunzo Ohno – trumpet David Taylor – Bass Trombone, John Clark – French Horn, Chris Hunter – Alto Sax, Flute, Alex Foster – Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax Darryl Jones – Bass (Tune 2), Matthew Garrison – Bass & Bass Solo (Tune 2), Vernon Reid – Guitar (Tune 2), Paul Shaffer – Fender Rhodes (Tune 2), David Mann – Alto Sax (Tune 2), Gil Goldstein – Piano (Tunes 1, 2, 5, 6), Delmar Brown – Synthesizer (Tunes 1, 2, 5), Charles Blenzig – Synthesizer (Tunes 2, 3, 4, 7), Gabby Abularach – Guitars (Tune 1, 4, 5), Jon Faddis – Trumpet (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Dave Bargeron -Trombone (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Gary Smulyan – Baritone Sax (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Birch Johnson – Trombone (Tunes 3, 4, 7,) Alex Sipiagin – Trumpet (Tunes 3, 4, 7), Alden Banta – Baritone Sax (Tunes 3, 4, 7).
 
Monday Nights” is not only the first studio recording of the Gil Evans Orchestra in over forty years, it’s also offers some of the most audacious and electrifying music of the new millennium. The late Gil Evans was one of the most respected orchestrators in jazz history and his fabled collaborations with Miles Davis, including “Birth of the Cool,” “Sketches of Spain” and “Porgy and Bess,” set the gold standard for modern jazz arranging. Accordingly, Evans played a key role in the development of cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz and jazz fusion. All of these influences are strikingly present on “Monday Nights,” a particularly contemporary incarnation of Evans’ music. After a string of gigs that started in the late 70s, the Gil Evans Orchestra began a run of Monday night engagements in 1983 at the Greenwich Village club, Sweet Basil, which resulted in a number of successful live recordings by Gil Evans and the Monday Night Orchestra. The gig continued sporadically until 1994. Mr. Evans had a knack for bringing out the best in his groups comprised of first-call New York players including David Sanborn, Alan Rubin and Tom “Bones Malone,” and such musicians as George Adams, Hannibal Marvin Peterson and Howard Johnson. Gil’s sons, trumpeter Miles Evans and his brother Noah are keeping the flame alive with “Hidden Treasures,” a trilogy of recordings of which “Monday Nights” is the first. The concept here, is to feature compositions that the Orchestra played live in the late 70s and early 80s. Forthcoming are “The Classics,” featuring modern renderings of Evans’ original arrangements, including “My Ship,” and “The Meaning of the Blues,” and, the final release in the series, “Gil & Anita,” named for the late jazz icon and his wife. “Subway,” written and arranged by keyboardist Pete Levin opens the album and introduces the imperial command of the ensemble, anchored by drummer Kenwood Dennard. With dynamic twists and turns, and subtle musical shadings, this is one hell of a subway ride. Commanding solos by trombonist Dave Bargeron and tenor saxist Alex Foster, offering some respect for Wayne Shorter, add to the excitement. Trumpeter Miles Evans wrote and arranged “LL Funk” and once again Kenwood Dennard drives the music with a powerful funk beat good for both listening and dancing. With Darryl Jones on bass, special guests’ solos abound: keyboardist Paul Shaffer, even more laid back than usual; the criminally underrated Matthew Garrison and his highly original bass: and Vernon Reid bringing a thick almost heavy metal guitar tip to the track. The icing on the cake is David Mann, who weaves his bluesy, potent alto sax throughout the track. “I Surrender,” written by Delmar Brown and Alex Foster, and arranged by Alex and Charles Blenzig is a musical requiem for a heavyweight. Mr. Brown, a superb keyboardist who played with the Gil Evans Orchestra as well as Pat Martino, passed away in 2017 and “I Surrender” is his tribute. He is also present on several tracks recorded before his passing. A true musical heavyweight, Alex Foster offers another side of his soulful, highly expressive tenor. A very popular composition from the Sweet Basil days, “Groove from the Louvre,” written and arranged by John Clark, features the composer on french horn, trumpeters Shunzo Ohno and then Alex Sipiagin, percussionist Mino Cinelu, who came to prominence with Miles Davis and Weather Report, bass trombonist Dave Taylor. Deft and determined, drummer Dennard anchors the band through the gentle opening, and then the hard edged groove that follows. There’s a regal, totally swinging feel to the track, with superb ensemble work that shows this is more than just a group of soloists, but a real orchestra. “Lunar Eclipse” written by Masabumi Kiuchi and arranged by the master himself, Gil Evans, is evocative and cinematic. An Evans protégé, Gil Goldstein solos here, memorably, amidst a dreamy synthesizer background which follows him through his two solos on the track, the first of which gives away to Mino Cinelu on bongos and then drummer Dennard, raising the musical stakes once again. It’s a heady musical mixture. More of the master on “Moonstruck,” which is short, whimsical and very tasty. Tracking at 1:49, it’s an ensemble feature that’s both intriguing and attention grabbing. The recording closes with “Eleven,” also straight from the source, a Gil Evans composition and arrangement, which originally appeared as “Petits Machins (Little Stuff)on the 1968 Miles Davis recording, Filles de Kilimanjaro. The set closer is a bristling swinger, a fitting capper to this powerful set of absolutely stunning music. The groove is infectious, a potent platform for solos by alto saxophonist Chris Hunter, Charles Blenzig on electric piano and Alex Foster, who returns on tenor and continues to amaze. Gil Evans Lives! 
 
Monday Nights is available for purchase on 
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Ken Peplowski Featured @ The Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

Ken Peplowski Featured @ The Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

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May 21, 2019

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Ken Peplowski
Featured @ The Siletz Bay Music Festival


Monday, June 24, 7:30 p.m.
Tapas Two:
Jazz Classics And Classics In Jazz
Eden Hall – Gleneden Beach

Ken Peplowski and Rossano Sportiello explore popular jazz standards that were inspired by classical pieces, exploring works of Debussy, Chopin, Puccini, et al, with special appearances by vocalist Nicole Joseph Greenidge and Mei-Ting (performing transcriptions of virtuosos pianist Art Tatum solos)

Sunday, June 30th, 4:00 p.m.
Basie, Benny And Beyond
Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

Ken Peplowski leads and performs with the Springfield Jazz Orchestra with special guests jazz vocalists Clairdee and Charles Turner, pianist Rossano Sportiello, bassist Dave Captain and drummer Gary Hobbs, playing classic big band arrangements (and a few surprises) for listening and dancing.

Monday, July 1, 7:30 p.m.
Welcome To The Club
Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

Ken Peplowski, Aaron Johnson, Rossano, Sportiello, Clairdee, Charles Turner, Dave Captain and Gary Hobbs bring the classic NYC jazz club experience to Lincoln City – a night of jazz, popular song and good humor. They will perform in the spirit of classic jam sessions – unrehearsed, spontaneous, and completely improvised.

Tuesday, July 2, 7:30 p.m.
Make ‘Em Laugh
Salishan Spa and Golf Resort 

Ken Peplowski leads an ensemble including Aaron Johnson, Rossano Sportiello, Dave Captain, Gary Hobbs, and vocalists Clairdee, Nicole Greenidge Joseph and Charles Turner in an evening dedicated to some of the great comic songs from American movie musicals – along the way they will tip their hats to the Marx Brothers, Betty Hutton, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Danny Kaye and a special recreation of the classic Warner Brothers cartoon “What’s Opera, Doc”. An evening of great musical theatre interspersed with jazz music.

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Randy Brecker Receives Highlights In Jazz Annual Award

Randy Brecker Receives Highlights In Jazz Annual Award

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May 18, 2019

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Jack Kleinsinger’s
Highlights In Jazz

New York’s Longest Running Jazz Concert Series

Randy Brecker
Receives Highlights In Jazz Annual Award

photo by Steven Goldberg

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Last Thursday night (5-16-19 ) at Tribeca Performing Arts Center Highlights In Jazz producer Jack Kleinsinger presented trumpet great Randy Brecker with their annual award.

Every year since 1974 Highlights In Jazz has honored a living jazz musician for their ‘matchless musical achievements’.
 
Previous honorees have included Lionel Hampton, Roy Eldridge, Frank Wess, Roy Haynes, Maxine Sullivan, Hank Jones, Sonny Fortune and Dr. Billy Taylor to name a few.

A stellar lineup of jazz masters and rising stars celebrated Randy at the May 16th concert.

Pianist George Cables, bassist Buster Williams, drummer Danny Gottlieb, drummer/vibraphonist Chuck Redd, vocalist Veronica Swift, and saxophonists Peter Anderson and Will Anderson and trombonist Joe McDonough.
 

The Highlights In Jazz 47th Season Concludes: 
 
Thursday, June 20, 2019 – 8 P.M.
Remembering Erroll & Randy

The Erroll Garner Project
Pianist Christian Sands
Drummer Ulysses Owens
Bassist Luques Curtis
 
A Randy Weston Tribute
Saxophonist T.K. Blue and the Weston Alumni Band
Bassist Alex Blake
Percussionist Neil Clarke
Special guest trombonist Steve Turre
 and surprise special guest!
 
All Shows At

BMCC TRIBECA Performing Arts Center
Borough of Manhattan Community College
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
http://tribecapac.org

By car take FDR Drive south to end, through underpass onto West Street,
north to Chambers.
By Subway take 1, 2, 3, 9, A, C, E, J or M train to Chambers or N, R to City Hall stop. Walk west on Chambers.
Box Office 212-220-1460
Ticket Prices
$50.00
$45.00 (student rate with valid ID)
or by mail order.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the box office.
You are now able to use your credit card at the Tribeca PAC Box Office located on 199 Chambers Street, or by calling (212) 220-1460 and now online at Tickets.Tribecapac.org

Please send a check made payable to: Highlights In Jazz

Please mail orders to:
Highlights In Jazz
7 Peter Cooper Road, Apt. 11E, New York, NY 10010
(Please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope)

http://www.highlightsinjazz.org

Visit The The UNF Jack Kleinsinger Highlights in Jazz Archive

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Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

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Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

Siletz Bay Music Festival June 19th – July 4th 2019

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RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival Ambient Spaces SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30PM

RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival Ambient Spaces SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30PM

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May 15, 2019

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RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival 
 SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30pm
Ambient Spaces
with Robert Appleton (electronic multimedia)
www.improvisedmusic.org/events/

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May 16-19, 2019
 
ISIM Conference
International Society of Improvised Music
Augsburg University
Minneapolis, Minnesota
 
www.improvisedmusic.org/events/

 
Ambient SpacesRandy Klein, improvising pianist, in collaboration with Robert Appleton, visual electronic multimedia improviser will be presenting Ambient Spaces, a live multimedia event featuring the marriage of sound, light and improvisation – a canvas of sound and image within a constantly evolving physical environment influenced by performers and audience. The ISIM conference brings together improvisers from all over the world to improvise and discuss the many aspects the subject. 
 

As a pianist/keyboardist, songwriter, educator, author and founder of the Jazzheads Music Group, Randy Klein not only has a long list of accomplishments in several overlapping worlds but is constantly adding new innovations to each area of his musical life.
 
More information about the remarkably prolific Randy Klein and Jazzheads Music Group can be found at www.randyklein.com and www.jazzheads.com.
 

 

Randy Klein Calendar 

 
 
June 12-15, 2019
 
Randy Klein will be presenting a songwriting music clinic titled The Power of The Song at the Association of Popular Music Educators (APME) Conference on June 13, 2019 at 11AM at New York University, New York, NY. The theme of this year’s conference is Celebrating Diversity in Popular Music Education.

APME organizes an annual international conference to celebrate, critique and explore teaching, learning, researching, creating, and performing in popular music. The conference welcomes people with interests in higher popular music education (at colleges and universities), popular music in elementary and secondary schools, researchers, industry professionals and performers. 

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RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival Ambient Spaces SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30PM

RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival Ambient Spaces SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30PM

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RANDY KLEIN 2019 ISIM Festival 
 SATURDAY MAY 18th 3:30pm
Ambient Spaces
with Robert Appleton (electronic multimedia)
www.improvisedmusic.org/events/

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May 16-19, 2019
 
ISIM Conference
International Society of Improvised Music
Augsburg University
Minneapolis, Minnesota
 
www.improvisedmusic.org/events/

 
Ambient SpacesRandy Klein, improvising pianist, in collaboration with Robert Appleton, visual electronic multimedia improviser will be presenting Ambient Spaces, a live multimedia event featuring the marriage of sound, light and improvisation – a canvas of sound and image within a constantly evolving physical environment influenced by performers and audience. The ISIM conference brings together improvisers from all over the world to improvise and discuss the many aspects the subject. 
 

As a pianist/keyboardist, songwriter, educator, author and founder of the Jazzheads Music Group, Randy Klein not only has a long list of accomplishments in several overlapping worlds but is constantly adding new innovations to each area of his musical life.
 
More information about the remarkably prolific Randy Klein and Jazzheads Music Group can be found at www.randyklein.com and www.jazzheads.com.
 

 

Randy Klein Calendar 

 
 
June 12-15, 2019
 
Randy Klein will be presenting a songwriting music clinic titled The Power of The Song at the Association of Popular Music Educators (APME) Conference on June 13, 2019 at 11AM at New York University, New York, NY. The theme of this year’s conference is Celebrating Diversity in Popular Music Education.

APME organizes an annual international conference to celebrate, critique and explore teaching, learning, researching, creating, and performing in popular music. The conference welcomes people with interests in higher popular music education (at colleges and universities), popular music in elementary and secondary schools, researchers, industry professionals and performers. 

Conference participants include professors, teachers, songwriters, performing artists, clinicians, technologists, researchers, leaders, administrators, industry representatives and others working throughout the popular music ecosystem. https://www.popularmusiceducation.org/the-conference/
 

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Metuchen Jazz Fest 2019

Metuchen Jazz Fest 2019

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May 15, 2019

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May is Gil’s Birthday Month

May is Gil’s Birthday Month

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May 14, 2019

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Gil Evans Birthday Celebrations!
Gil’s Birthday is May 13th recently we’ve adopted the month of May
as Gil’s Birthday month!

The Gil Evans Project directed by Ryan Truesdell will be at the Jazz Standard
May 16-19
Tickets & Info
 

The Gil Evans Orchestra directed by Miles Evans will be celebrating Gil’s Birthday and their new album at the Cutting Room May 25th!

Tickets & Info

 

Get the new album
“Hidden Treasures Vol 1/Monday Nights”
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Featuring

Gil Goldstein: Piano
Kenwood Dennard: Drums

Mark Egan: Bass

Pete Levin: Keyboards

Miles Evans: Trumpet

Shunzo Ohno: Trumpet

Conrad Herwig: Trombone

David Taylor: Bass Trombone

Rob Scheps: Tenor Sax

Alden Banta: Baritone Sax
David Mann: Alto Sax
Gabby Abularach Guitar

And surprise Special Guests!

 

Music Charges + Any Minimums: $20

Purchase Ticket Direct Link

Gil Evans Birthday Promo 2019


 

Band Website: http://www.gilevans.com/
 

Venue Website: http://thecuttingroomnyc.com/

 

Musical sparks fly from this group of New York’s finest musicians with a varied program of compositions that recall Gil Evans’ infamous Monday night sessions at the Greenwich Village club, Sweet Basil.
 
THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA
“HIDDEN TREASURES MONDAY NIGHTS, VOLUME ONE ”
 
Artist: THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA 
Title: HIDDEN TREASURES MONDAY NIGHTS VOLUME ONE
Label: BOPPER SPOCK SUNS MUSIC GEO-34752
Release Date: DECEMBER 07, 2018
UPC Code: 860000347525
 
Track listing and Running Time 
1. SUBWAY Pete Levin 10:56 
2. LL FUNK Miles Evans 5:29 
3. I SURRENDER Delmar Brown/Alex Foster 7:17 
4. GROOVE FROM THE LOUVRE John Clark 9:50 
5. LUNAR ECLIPSE Masabumi Kikuchi 6:28 
6. MOONSTRUCK Gil Evans 1:49 
7. ELEVEN Gil Evans 5:24 
 
Kenwood Dennard – Drums, Mino Cinelu – Percussion Mark Egan – bass Pete Levin – keyboards, Miles Evans – trumpet Shunzo Ohno – trumpet David Taylor – Bass Trombone, John Clark – French Horn, Chris Hunter – Alto Sax, Flute, Alex Foster – Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax Darryl Jones – Bass (Tune 2), Matthew Garrison – Bass & Bass Solo (Tune 2), Vernon Reid – Guitar (Tune 2), Paul Shaffer – Fender Rhodes (Tune 2), David Mann – Alto Sax (Tune 2), Gil Goldstein – Piano (Tunes 1, 2, 5, 6), Delmar Brown – Synthesizer (Tunes 1, 2, 5), Charles Blenzig – Synthesizer (Tunes 2, 3, 4, 7), Gabby Abularach – Guitars (Tune 1, 4, 5), Jon Faddis – Trumpet (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Dave Bargeron -Trombone (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Gary Smulyan – Baritone Sax (Tunes 1, 5, 6), Birch Johnson – Trombone (Tunes 3, 4, 7,) Alex Sipiagin – Trumpet (Tunes 3, 4, 7), Alden Banta – Baritone Sax (Tunes 3, 4, 7).
 
Monday Nights” is not only the first studio recording of the Gil Evans Orchestra in over forty years, it’s also offers some of the most audacious and electrifying music of the new millennium. The late Gil Evans was one of the most respected orchestrators in jazz history and his fabled collaborations with Miles Davis, including “Birth of the Cool,” “Sketches of Spain” and “Porgy and Bess,” set the gold standard for modern jazz arranging. Accordingly, Evans played a key role in the development of cool jazz, modal jazz, free jazz and jazz fusion. All of these influences are strikingly present on “Monday Nights,” a particularly contemporary incarnation of Evans’ music. After a string of gigs that started in the late 70s, the Gil Evans Orchestra began a run of Monday night engagements in 1983 at the Greenwich Village club, Sweet Basil, which resulted in a number of successful live recordings by Gil Evans and the Monday Night Orchestra. The gig continued sporadically until 1994. Mr. Evans had a knack for bringing out the best in his groups comprised of first-call New York players including David Sanborn, Alan Rubin and Tom “Bones Malone,” and such musicians as George Adams, Hannibal Marvin Peterson and Howard Johnson. Gil’s sons, trumpeter Miles Evans and his brother Noah are keeping the flame alive with “Hidden Treasures,” a trilogy of recordings of which “Monday Nights” is the first. The concept here, is to feature compositions that the Orchestra played live in the late 70s and early 80s. Forthcoming are “The Classics,” featuring modern renderings of Evans’ original arrangements, including “My Ship,” and “The Meaning of the Blues,” and, the final release in the series, “Gil & Anita,” named for the late jazz icon and his wife. “Subway,” written and arranged by keyboardist Pete Levin opens the album and introduces the imperial command of the ensemble, anchored by drummer Kenwood Dennard. With dynamic twists and turns, and subtle musical shadings, this is one hell of a subway ride. Commanding solos by trombonist Dave Bargeron and tenor saxist Alex Foster, offering some respect for Wayne Shorter, add to the excitement. Trumpeter Miles Evans wrote and arranged “LL Funk” and once again Kenwood Dennard drives the music with a powerful funk beat good for both listening and dancing. With Darryl Jones on bass, special guests’ solos abound: keyboardist Paul Shaffer, even more laid back than usual; the criminally underrated Matthew Garrison and his highly original bass: and Vernon Reid bringing a thick almost heavy metal guitar tip to the track. The icing on the cake is David Mann, who weaves his bluesy, potent alto sax throughout the track. “I Surrender,” written by Delmar Brown and Alex Foster, and arranged by Alex and Charles Blenzig is a musical requiem for a heavyweight. Mr. Brown, a superb keyboardist who played with the Gil Evans Orchestra as well as Pat Martino, passed away in 2017 and “I Surrender” is his tribute. He is also present on several tracks recorded before his passing. A true musical heavyweight, Alex Foster offers another side of his soulful, highly expressive tenor. A very popular composition from the Sweet Basil days, “Groove from the Louvre,” written and arranged by John Clark, features the composer on french horn, trumpeters Shunzo Ohno and then Alex Sipiagin, percussionist Mino Cinelu, who came to prominence with Miles Davis and Weather Report, bass trombonist Dave Taylor. Deft and determined, drummer Dennard anchors the band through the gentle opening, and then the hard edged groove that follows. There’s a regal, totally swinging feel to the track, with superb ensemble work that shows this is more than just a group of soloists, but a real orchestra. “Lunar Eclipse” written by Masabumi Kiuchi and arranged by the master himself, Gil Evans, is evocative and cinematic. An Evans protégé, Gil Goldstein solos here, memorably, amidst a dreamy synthesizer background which follows him through his two solos on the track, the first of which gives away to Mino Cinelu on bongos and then drummer Dennard, raising the musical stakes once again. It’s a heady musical mixture. More of the master on “Moonstruck,” which is short, whimsical and very tasty. Tracking at 1:49, it’s an ensemble feature that’s both intriguing and attention grabbing. The recording closes with “Eleven,” also straight from the source, a Gil Evans composition and arrangement, which originally appeared as “Petits Machins (Little Stuff)on the 1968 Miles Davis recording, Filles de Kilimanjaro. The set closer is a bristling swinger, a fitting capper to this powerful set of absolutely stunning music. The groove is infectious, a potent platform for solos by alto saxophonist Chris Hunter, Charles Blenzig on electric piano and Alex Foster, who returns on tenor and continues to amaze. Gil Evans Lives! 
 
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Vocalist Paul Jost releases new album “Simple Life”

Vocalist Paul Jost releases new album “Simple Life”

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May 13, 2019

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Vocalist Paul Jost releases new album “Simple Life”
 
Featuring:
Jim Ridl, Piano | Dean Johnson, Bass | Tim Horner, Drums
Special Guest: Joe Locke, Vibes
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“… the voice is Incredible, the style is incredible, the jazz approach is incredible – and, of course, that connection with the arrangement… his voice. Fabulous! Fabulous! … He is an exceptional talent.” Linley Hamilton – BBC Radio.
 
“Paul Jost makes every song so personally his own that it’s easy to forget anyone else ever sang them. You’ll get wet in the flood of emotions but don’t expect a rain poncho to protect you.” Gloria Krolak – All About Jazz.
 

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Contact Sharla Feldscher at FH Public Relations or Stefany Calembert at Jammincolors for Digital Download or Physical Copy. 

Stream the album on Soundcloud HERE

 
When describing vocalist and arranger Paul Jost, two words come to mind … “passionate” and “storyteller”. To Paul, each lyric offers a story, a message, and a vehicle to convey his own interpretation and message. While Paul is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger, it’s his vocal style that makes him standout. With his reputation as a vocalist growing, Paul has been filling rooms on the New York club scene as well as captivating audiences on festival stages both in the US and Europe.
 
“Simple Life” is Jost’s follow-up to his successful debut release “Breaking Through” and features his quartet with Jim Ridl-piano, Dean Johnson-bass and Tim Horner on drums. The album also features Joe Locke as special guest on a number of tracks. Paul said, “I was blessed to experience the joy of having these extraordinary musicians and dear friends share both their boundless talent and love in realizing this album”.

Paul went on to say that the album title, “Simple life”, is not just a tune on the album but a thread that is woven throughout. He recalls his father saying, “This whole thing (life) is about common sense. Sometimes the hardest thing about living is just to live – don’t always complicate things. Sometimes you just have to let life come to you”.

The songs included on “Simple Life” not only look back, paying tribute to the tradition, they also look forward reaching outside the traditional boundaries of the genre. However, this album is even more as it documents a part of Paul’s philosophy and vision. On the album Paul takes his hand to a number of standards from the jazz repertoire bringing a fresh approach while at the same time respecting their history and place in the American Songbook. He weaves his way artfully through the verse of “Give Me the Simple Life”,brings his rhythmic skills to Ellington’s “Caravan”and provides us with a heartfelt rendition of “Folks Who Live on the Hill”.
 
Not one to be limited by genre, Paul also takes two Lennon and McCartney classics “Blackbird”and “With a Little Help from My Friends”to task. “Blackbird” is given an up-tempo swing treatment and forms a perfect opener for the album while “With a Little Help from My Friends” is given a soulful twist with some vocal help from his friends. Paul’s instrumental approach is shown on Sonny Rollins “No Moe”as he scats his way through this bop tune based on rhythm changes. Contrasting this is Paul’s rendition of the traditional folk song “Shenandoah”that shows him doing what he does best, telling a story.
 
One of Paul’s signature songs at his live gigs is the Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg song “If I Only Had A Brain”from the film “The Wizard of Oz”. This lilting ballad showcases Paul’s lyrical sensibilities and, once again, his art of storytelling.

One track that truly grabs your attention is “Everybody’s Talkin'”by Fred Neil. The song, best known from the classic film “Midnight Cowboy”, becomes a canvas for Paul to paint a picture of a subject close to his heart. Paul’s inspiration came from the news a number of years back of Mark Murphy’s misdiagnosis with Alzheimer’s Disease and the lasting impact this had on him. Paul’s rendition takes a look at the anguish one can only imagine when first realizing they’re losing themselves to this terrible disease.
Bob Dylan fans will enjoy his version of “Girl from the North Country”. With every listening the layers of the onion are pealed back each time displaying a deeper level of understanding of the pathos contained in Dylan’s lyrics.
 
Paul adds two original compositions to the mix with the waltz “Bela Tristeza”and rounding out the album the poignant commentary on the current state of the world “Livin’ in the Wrong Time”. A perfect track to close on, leaving the listener with food for thought.
 
With “Simple Life”, Paul has created an album that not only documents this current period in his career but also sets the tone for all that will come. It’s clear when listening to this album that Paul Jost has staked his claim as one of the most innovative vocalists on the scene today.
 
Paul Jost · Simple Life
Release Date USA: March 29, 2019
Physical Release Date Europe: November 15, 2019 – L’Arte Distribution
 
Simple Life is available at the following stores.

 
 
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Stefany Calembert – Jammincolors ·stefany.calembert@skynet.be
Sharla Feldscher – FHPR · sharla@fhpublicrelations.com
 

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NEW BOOK: ‘The Musical World of Paul Winter’ by Bob Gluck

NEW BOOK: ‘The Musical World of Paul Winter’ by Bob Gluck

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May 13, 2019

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NEW BOOK:
‘The Musical World of Paul Winter’  
by Bob Gluck

cover image photo credit: Mathew Muise

www.intelligentarts.net/paulwinter
 

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Paul Winter has traveled a fascinating path, from a small central Pennsylvania railroad town to an unexpected career as a college jazz musician in Chicago to touring South America at the invitation of the U.S. State Department and playing at the Kennedy White House. He played in Russia, recorded in the Grand Canyon, discovered the music of Brazil, organized a town party for Charles Ives’ birthday, and has made decades of wonderful genre-bending Consort music with his evolving groups of collaborative, talented, and expressive musicians.
 

In telling the story, Bob Gluck draws upon personal observations of Winter’s concerts and workshops given by band members David Darling and Susan Osborn, and personal interviews with Darling, Osborn, and Jim Scott, who provide deeper insight to supplement the many published interviews given by Winter, Ralph Towner, Glen Moore, Paul McCandless, and Collin Walcott.
 

Paul Winter also addresses issues about endangered species and environments from a place of love and empathy and his music is aesthetically beautiful and enchanting. He has a gift for melody and he speaks with infectious optimism. Listening to his lilting melodies based on the songs of the humpback whale or the howls of the timber wolf brings tears to the ears of his listeners. It is something one can experience by attending one of his concerts. Winter is able to guide audience members to let go of their inhibitions and howl en masse like a pack of wolves.
 

This book blends academic scholarship, musical reflection, and captivating narrative. In Gluck’s words, Paul Winter addresses issues about endangered species and environments from a place of love and empathy and his music is aesthetically beautiful and enchanting.
 

Bob Gluck, pianist, composer, writer, traces Paul Winter’s early career as a jazz musician, his discovery of Brazilian music, his concept of a musical “Consort,” and his engagement with whales and wolves as endangered species. He explores Winter’s ancestral roots in musical spectacle and the evolution of the Winter Solstice Celebration in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City.
 

Gluck is the author of two books about the experimental periods of Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis, both published by the University of Chicago Press.He is professor of music at the University of Albany, New York. 

 

Photo by Paul Grupp & Brenda Rose 

 

                                                                                                 

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Samba Meets Jazz Workshops Summer 2019

Samba Meets Jazz Workshops Summer 2019

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May 12, 2019

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To Register and Get More Info, Visit:

Boston North Shore    www.sambameetsjazz.com/smj-endicott
Bar Harbor, ME     www.sambameetsjazz.com/venue/schedules

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45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019 Hilton Garden Inn Edison, New Jersey

45th Annual Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019 Hilton Garden Inn Edison, New Jersey

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May 11, 2019

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45th Annual
Jazz Record Collectors’ Bash
Fri-Sat: June 21-22, 2019
78s, LPs, CDs & Memorabilia
www.jazzbash.net

Hilton Garden Inn
Edison/Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway
Edison, New Jersey 08837

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Schedule & Events

Rare vintage videos each day:

Admission free with Bash admission or $5 for each film show only.

2019 Schedule (to date)

Friday: 8:00pm: Rare film and TV clips by jazz collector and film historian David Weiner.
 

Saturday: Will Friedwald will make one of his Clip Joint presentations featuring vintage Nat Cole in the centennial year of the performer’s birth. Time to be announced.

Admission

General admission: $20.00 covers buyer’s admission for two days (Friday & Saturday).
 

After 5:00 p.m. Friday (including Saturday re-entry) and all day Saturday admission is $10.00.
 

Early buyers will be admitted Thursday evening after 7:30pm for $40.00.

Doors open 8:00am on Friday & Saturday

Hotel Reservations

Special hotel room rate of $119 per night, Thursday through Saturday. Other discount rates available for seniors, government employees, and members of AAA, AARP and the military.
 

For reservations, call hotel before June 7 and mention Jazz Record Collectors: 732-225-0900 or toll free 800-774-1500.

Or, to book online, use the following link for the special group rate.

Vendors / Dealers

Vendor space: All tables are 6ft x 3ft. Cost in advance is $95.00 per table for 2 days, $60 for Friday only or $35 for Saturday only. A 50% deposit is required. On or after June 20th, cost will be $100 per table (for 2 days) on a space available basis.
 

Dealer Setup: Dealers may set up on Thursday night after 7:30 pm. The room will not be available prior to that hour.
 

Payment Methods: Payment in advance by check or money order. Cash and checks will be accepted at the door.

Directions

By car:

IMPORTANT: Although the hotel address is on Raritan Center Parkway, it is safer to enter the hotel grounds from King Georges Post Road.  For those approaching the hotel via Raritan Center Parkway, online mapping websites and GPS devices will instruct you to make a U-turn. Ignore those instructions and follow those below.
 

Via I-95 (NJ Turnpike) to exit 10. Keep right, follow signs for and merge into County Road 514 – Woodbridge Ave. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road.  Make first left to hotel.
 

Via Garden State Parkway south: Take exit 129. Keep right at fork and follow signs for County Road 501. Take CR 501 about 1.5 miles. Entrance to hotel is on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.
 

Via Garden State Parkway north: Take exit 127 (Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr). Continue on Riverside Dr approximately 2 miles. Turn right on Clearview Rd and take it to end. Turn left on King Georges Post Rd. Hotel entrance is about ¾ mile on right, just before Raritan Center Parkway.

Via I-287 south: Continue to NJ-440 North and take exit for County Road 514 West – Woodbridge Ave.  Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.
 

From Outerbridge Crossing:

  1. Take NJ 440 South to exit for Industrial Ave / Riverside Dr and then follow directions as Garden State Parkway north, above.

OR

  1. Take NJ-440 South to I-95 exit toward County Road 514 (Woodbridge Ave) West. Merge into CR 514. Keep right and in less than ¼ mile take ramp to Raritan Center. Continue on Raritan Center Parkway. At the first traffic light turn left onto King Georges Post Road. Make first left to hotel.

By public transportation:

Convenient from Penn Station in New York City, Newark Penn Station, Newark Liberty International Airport and Trenton, NJ. Take NJ Transit to Metuchen station on Northeast Corridor line. From Philadelphia 30th Street Station, take SEPTA to Trenton, NJ and transfer to NJ Transit NEC.

From Metuchen Station:

[or any point within a 3 mile (5km) radius of the hotel] A free shuttle is available to hotel guests and attendees of the Bash. Call the hotel ahead of time for shuttle pickup. From NYC, Metuchen is one stop past Metropark.

In Memoriam

Ron Hutchinson: 1952-2019

 

Vitaphone Project Co-Founder
and Longtime Jazz Bash Presenter

 

 

 

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