March 2011 Blog Posts (37)

Al Cohn Transcription

I have added Al Cohn's solo on "Tenor Conclave" to my website:

http://scooby-sax.com/transcriptions.aspx

I've transcribed all four soloists on "Tenor Conclave". I will add one new solo per week -- up next is John Coltrane.

Enjoy!

- Scooby

Added by Jeff Rzepiela on March 13, 2011 at 11:48am — No Comments

Hope Digital Series (2011): Samples

Brote de Esperanza ( Licuar-BordesAcentuados-Esfera.)

 

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Added by Marta Graciela Bressi on March 13, 2011 at 10:11am — No Comments

please visit ...

http://poeticphotopress.wordpress.com
a blog by Tracey Easter

Added by Tracey Easter on March 12, 2011 at 9:39pm — No Comments

Who Discovered The Jazz Singer Joe Williams?

Wow, I just read in Count Basie's Autobiography "Good Morning Blues", that my grandfather was the one who discovered the jazz singer Joe Williams! I couldn't believe it, though I should have since he talked about him all the time to me (lol).  Check this link out & read it for yourself... http://tinyurl.com/4734luf

I feel so proud & blessed to have such a legacy right now!

Added by Reunald Jones III on March 12, 2011 at 1:16pm — No Comments

New CD Bobby Selvaggio Grass Roots Movement

My new CD, Bobby Selvaggio Grass Roots Movement, is now available on Arabesque Records.  It features myself on alto sax, Nir Felder on guitar, Frank LoCrasto on fender rhodes, James Johnson on drums, and Kip Reed on bass.  Copies can be found at www.arabesquerecords.com, amazon, and iTunes.

Added by Bobby Selvaggio on March 12, 2011 at 7:40am — No Comments

Luggnutt has moved up on the indie charts jazz chart to number 8

i want to thank all who listen to or purchase the music that i and my musical friends have helped me produce "Pleasing U Pleases Me". may your lives be filled with joy, good health and wonderful times.all the best!

Luggnutt

http://www.indiecharts.com/Indie_Music_Genre_Charts.php?Genre=Nu-Jazz

http://www.luggnutt.me…

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Added by luggnutt keyz on March 10, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments

The big 40

Let me take this time to say just how overwhelmed I've been with everyone's b-day greetings...I can feel the Love y'all!!! I am so thankful to be alive now and that God gave me the gift of music...



Here's something y'all didn't know. I did a 3 month stint at Emerson North Hospital for severe depression back in 1986 and it was music that brought me out of it. immediately when I was released, My oldest brother bought me the 1st Drummachine that I ever owned but I wanted a drumset!… Continue

Added by David "Fingers" Haynes on March 9, 2011 at 10:12am — No Comments

Strokeland Jazz is proud to welcome TONY ADAMO's new CD, "WHAT IS HIP?".

Strokeland Jazz is proud to welcome TONY ADAMO's new CD, "WHAT IS HIP?". On this follow-up to his 2007 release, "STRAIGHT UP DEAL" , Adamo shows a maturity and depth that puts him firmly at the top in his trademark cool-jazz style.

Recorded and mixed at some of the finest studios in the world, including…

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Added by Tony Adamo on March 8, 2011 at 11:05pm — No Comments

REVIEWS

*****REVIEWS*****



LOFT JAZZ ON PIER 50 Bay Guardian, San Francisco, Sept 20, 1979



The idea behind Loft Jazz according to it articles of incorporation is to "provide an environment ... to bring musicians together in playing and listening situations where ideas can be exchanged, to develop and promote an appreciation of jazz music in a non-commercial atmosphere conducive to attentive listening." At the Monday night jam session at Bethany Methodist Church, SF, musicians have…

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Added by cheryl pyle on March 8, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments

RECOMMENDATIONS

RECOMMENDATIONS



"cheryl is a wonderful lyric writer . I hope all the musicians who have songs will be in touch with her to write lyrics for them. I sing lyrics by cheryl pyle to two of Tom Harrell's tunes. I get wonderful compliments on them." Sheila Jordan www.sheliajordanjazz.com



"I think Cheryl Pyle is a good flautist who can handle all types of music genres, and I recommend her. Veraciously,

Alphonse Mouzon"…

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Added by cheryl pyle on March 7, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments

new cd INSIDE DIALOGUE

INSIDE DIALOGUE

CHERYL PYLE



1 HUNTING

2 IT DIRECTS YOU EFFECTLY

3 WINTER RETURN

4 RECENT ENCOUNTER

5 DREAM CITY

6 WAT EEN DAG

7 MEMORY OF YOU

8 A MOMENT IN TIME

9 SUN SPOT

10 INSIDE DIALOGUE

11 MANHATTANHENGE

12 SMILE(OUCH)

13 INTO FALL

14 REQUIEM FREDERICIA











COVER PHOTO BY TANYA TRUONG

http://photo.net/photos/TanyaTruong/

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Added by cheryl pyle on March 5, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments

Diane Marino "From The Heart" -2011

"From The Heart" -(2011) CD release from pianist/vocalist Diane Marino is a collection of specially selected songs from Diane's 3 CD's. An eclectic blend of vocal and instrumental mainstream, Brazilian and Latin Jazz...Creative an refreshing arrangements...along with stellar performances! A definitive collection of favorite tracks- all completely re-mastered! Available now from CD Baby:http://www.cdbaby.com/dianemarino4      and at i-tunes: …

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Added by Diane Marino on March 5, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Tommie Brewster new spoken word Profile



In my blues world I continue to be absolutely thrilled to be still at #8 in the RootsMusicReport blues chart for airplay in the USA -mostly because of the great artists that are in there with me. What a journey from a corner of New Zealand to hitting the top ten of…

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Added by tommie brewster on March 5, 2011 at 11:04am — No Comments

DEAN BROWN TRIO ~ EUROPE TOUR SPRING 2011

~DEAN BROWN TRIO~

Dean Brown – Guitar, Vocals

Dennis Chambers – Drums…

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Added by Dean Brown on March 3, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Tenor Conclave Transcriptions

I have transcribed all four soloists playing Tenor Conclave. These solos are an excellent way to learn four different approaches to "I Got Rhythm" changes. This week I have added Zoot Sims's solo to my website:

http://scooby-sax.com/transcriptions.aspx

I will add one new solo per week -- up next is Al Cohn.

Enjoy!

- Scooby

Added by Jeff Rzepiela on March 3, 2011 at 12:04am — No Comments

Tony Adamo reviewed by Sandy Shore/smoothjazz.com

TONY ADAMO What Is Hip? Strokeland Records/Urbanzone Records

It’s midnight… there’s still possibility in the air and energy in your bones… you grab your iPod to search for…

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Added by Tony Adamo on March 1, 2011 at 7:21pm — No Comments

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