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Where are you located?
Lisle, IL
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Composer
Tell us a little about your background...
Self-taught composer originally from Chicago, who works with Jim Miller. (San Francisco)
Cole Porter, Thelonious Monk and Johnny Mercer are favorite writers. We do not perform. Tunes would fit
MARK MURPHY, KURT ELLING, KEVIN MAHOGANY,
GIACOMO GATES, PATRICIA BARBER.
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Google
What Instrument do you play?
Piano
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http://www.jazzlist.net
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HEY JAZZ ARTISTS ...

We NEED YOU!

The samples you are hearing on this page are all originals written by us. They are just  DEMOS exposed to the public in very small doses. We as the composers, need artists like you to RE-RECORD them in your own style. If you are in need of new material for an upcoming recording, Please contact me here at the JN or visit the above Website.

Thanks much,
Cy Green

Chicago Musicians who have DEMOED our works:
MIKE MASON Flute, RUSTY JONES Drums, SAM GIBSON Singer,
GARY NOVAK Drums, JIM GAILORETTO Sax, JACK CASSIDY Trumpet
BRIAN SANDSTRUM Bass, BRAD GOODE Trumpet, ROB AMSTER Bass
JOANNE PALLATTO Singer, REDD HOLT Drums, BILL ACOSTA Singer

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Song Believabilty

Posted on June 17, 2008 at 1:30pm 1 Comment

17 June, 08



A good singer does not have to live what he or she sings.They are a vessel of communication. If they are doing their craft right, they should be able to get the writer's intent across to the listener.

Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra were exceptions. They personally experienced many things they sang about taking it to the highest level of communication. They made it sound like they were singing directly to you - this is art!

When a modern day songstress…
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Cy Green's Jazz Webpage on the net. www.jazzlist.net

Posted on March 11, 2008 at 11:00am 0 Comments

My hat is off to Jaijai and this exquisite website.

We have put together a JAZZLIST with over 1,200 Highly Recommended Recordings at the above site./b>/b> It covers the years 1935 to 1990. To supplement the cost of an upcoming CHICAGO VOCAL PROJECT, your donation is appreciated. Please stop by.

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At 10:01pm on February 2, 2010, Joani Taylor said…
Norma Winstone. Beautiful aren't they?
Great writing here man.
It's a pleasure to meet you.
Cheers,
Joani
http://www.joanitaylor.com
At 2:42pm on August 7, 2009, Rich Keith said…
Thanks for considering us. I would be happy to be linked. We can reciprocate, if you wish, by listing you in our "Partners in Jazz" section.

My regular email is richkeith7@hotmail.com

Rich
At 9:41pm on March 16, 2009, Barbara said…
Hi Cy welcome to the jazz network this is a greeting from New Zealand. This is such a wonderful place to meet people. I've enjoyed listening to you music and I'm always looking for new material so will check out your site. Liked Things Ever Splendid and Don't Tell me Lies. All the best Barb BJ
At 2:56pm on November 17, 2008, Steve Getz said…
Dear Cy: Thank You for your kind words regarding my father.We all miss him very much ! All the best,Steve Getz
At 3:07pm on March 7, 2008, billy hall said…
welcome to the jazznet work..ot,s of gerat people here....
 
 
 

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