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Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet
New cool in group vocal jazz: With their songbook of originals, Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet has put their sublime signature on the rare, joyful sound of singers swinging together in instrumental fashion. A new vocalese classic, Hustlinâ€™ for a Gig has captured the attention of NPR and jazz fans worldwide [...]Read more >>
Matija Dedic Trio – Made in N.Y.C
From the very first note, you will find yourself captivated by the musicality and maturity of Matija Dedic as a pianist and composer. His treatment of jazz classics, such as Bill Evans Blue in Green and Herbie Hancockâ€™s Maiden Voyage, are performed with calm and confidence. While this well young [...]Read more >>
Wayne Escoffrey – The Only Son of One
Grammy Award winning saxophonist Wayne Escofferyâ€™s first recording of all original music and chronicles his emotional, psychological and spiritual journey as a young boy leaving England with his mother to find a better life in the United States. Performing the music is Wayneâ€™s new two-keyboard quintet featuring pianist Orrin Evans, [...]Read more >>
Faye Miravite – La Breeza
It took a lifetime and two days to get eight musicians from three continents to come together in Florence, Italy, and record â€śLa Brezzaâ€ť. Lithe but lambent, expansive but spare, La Brezza explores the simmer of Latinate roots and the smooth dolce of the tropics, brought to life by Jazz [...]Read more >>
Andrea Marcelli’s Trio – Sundance
Finally released, Andrea Marcelli’s new Trio CD recorded in Berlin. Proposing Marcelli’s new inspired originals but also refined interpretation of tunes by Bill Evans, Bacharach, Porter, Ellington and Italian melodies bringing the Trio to unexpected colors and meditative dynamics. Many stories from different historic periods for a surprising Journey always [...]Read more >>
John Sandfort – Southbound
Tenor saxophonist John Sandfort landed in Atlanta, Georgia after spending portions of his career in Chicago, IL, Long Island, NY, and Buffalo, NY.Â While influenced by tenor greats Dexter Gordon and Gene Ammons, John showcases his own big sound and distinctive straight-ahead style on his debut Hot Shoe Records release [...]Read more >>
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