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NEW RELEASES - Tony Adamo,CHIP STEPHENS TRIO, WAYNE WALLACE LATIN JAZZ QUINTET,

NEW RELEASES -

TONY ADAMO,

CHIP STEPHENS TRIO, WAYNE WALLACE LATIN JAZZ QUINTET

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Added by Tony Adamo on June 2, 2013 at 2:26pm — No Comments

CONTEMPORARY SOUL SONGBOOK VOL 3

HELLO BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE ALL HOPE ALL IS WELL AND GOOD IN YOUR WORLD. I HAVE A TRACK CALLED 'NO FANTASY' feat DEE FREER PLACED ON AN ALBUM CALLED..CONTEMPORARY SOUL SONGBOOK VOL 3. THE ALBUM IS RELEASED THROUGH AN INDEPENDANT UK LABEL CALLED SOULUNSIGNED. THE EMPHASIS IS ON UNSIGNED OR INDEPENDANT ARTISTS IN THE SOUL/FUNK/URBAN AND SMOOTH JAZZ GENRES. THEY RUN A RADIO SHOW (THE…

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Added by PVIBEZ on September 17, 2010 at 3:27pm — No Comments

NEW CD RELEASE "BREAKING SKIN/ROMPIENDO EL CUERO AND REVIEW OF JOHNNY CONGA

Breaking Skin / Rompiendo El Cuero

CD (Johnny Conga 2009-001), Released 2009;

Editor's Pick:

If you missed this recording the first time it was issued in the 90s, here’s your chance to check out, remastered, and with some new cuts thrown in for good measure. The core of this CD is a swinging, danceable Latin jazz album with lots of tasty ritmos and satisfying solos, and it still sounds fresh today. Johnny Conga grew up in the Bronx in the 60s and 70s, playing with the likes of… Continue

Added by JOHNNY CONGA on May 12, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments

NEW MUSIC!! FROM JOHN JOSEPH

PLEASE ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL ACOUSTICAL RHYTHM'S WITH JOHN FROM HIS NEW CD>"THE MUSIC OF AMORE" PEACE TO ALL!!

Added by John Joseph on April 13, 2009 at 6:05pm — No Comments

Here's a toast to one of the dearist caberet sinngers...she lives on in my heart...

HERE'S A TOAST TO MISS BLOSSOM DEARIE.... A lady of the jazz cabaret and darling of the double entendre, capable of poking wonderful fun at the "elite" with style and grace...the voice of an "angel" ...maybe , maybe not. A true individual, doing her own thing with style and charm. Her powers to elicit humor and point out some of the lunacies of this world, while still being charming. Her inocent style and intellectual capabilities were capable of… Continue

Added by Bruce C on April 4, 2009 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

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Added by YOLIJAZZ on March 1, 2009 at 8:52am — No Comments

ERIC ALAN’S LATE, LATE SHOW & JAZZ RENDEZVOUS NEWSLETTER Friday 19th September 2008

Last week our invited guest did not pitch due to circumstances beyond our control and with the shock and sudden passing of one of South Africa’s greatest musical sons jazz pianist Bheki Msleleku, we were able to pay tribute the his genius through our show. We able to speck to Professor Hotep Idris Galeta, Johnny Mekoa, Fine artist Sam Nhlengethwa, Mfana Mlambo a good friend of Bheki’s and Langa Mseleku the late pianists brother.



It was an incredibly sad show but the joy was being… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on September 19, 2008 at 6:00am — No Comments

ERIC ALANS LATE, LATE SHOW & JAZZ RENDEZVOUS NEWSLETTER - SAT 13th SEPTEMBER 2008

Well done to the winners of our spelling mistake competition, the first 10 entries received were judged to be the winners and they are; Lucas Tsholofelo Titisi of Walmer, P.E.; Peter Bosch of Steenberg, Cape; Andrea Wolper of Brooklyn, New York; Bev Perold-Stephen of Durban North; Norma Read of Claremont, CT; Cheryl Scholtz of Cape Town; Grant Smith of Modderfontein; Mike Laatz of Claremont, CT; Mark Black of Kenilworth, CT and Herby Opland of Johannesburg. As will be noted we have received… Continue

Added by Eric Alan on September 13, 2008 at 12:30pm — No Comments

STOCKHOLM'S Jazz Festival 25Th Anniversity 16 - 19 Juli 2008 To Conclude. What a fascinateing experience it indeed was. To witness the SanFrancisco Jazz Collection deliver an exceptional Collective P…

STOCKHOLM'S Jazz Festival 25Th Anniversity 16 - 19 Juli 2008

To Conclude. What a fascinateing experience it indeed was. To witness the SanFrancisco Jazz Collection deliver an exceptional Collective Performance of high energy...I am yet awed and thrilled to have enjoyed their appearance on the watterfront cascadeing Skeppholmen in our Scandinavian Capital.

Organized by Bosse Persson, Managing Director of this Jazz senational Annual event. Throughout the Storstad of Stockholm, various… Continue

Added by Roses Gustavsson on July 23, 2008 at 1:00pm — No Comments

JAZZ GREATS!

Louis Armstrong The greatest American jazz musician, Louis Armstrong (1901-1971), was born and raised in the "birthplace of jazz," New Orleans.



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Added by BrainySkeeta on April 4, 2008 at 5:00am — No Comments

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'I Called Him Morgan' Is A Tale Of Marriage, Murder And Jazz, Told From Two Sides

The brilliant trumpeter Lee Morgan, whose shocking and untimely death at the age of 33 is at the center of I Called Him Morgan, doesn't star in this documentary so much as haunt it.

Songs We Love: Daymé Arocena, 'Mambo Na' Mà'

The exuberant young singer's acrobatic voice becomes another instrument in a hybrid Cuban-Crescent City parade.

Record Producer And Label Executive Tommy LiPuma Has Died At Age 80

After having worked his way up from packing records at a warehouse, he had decades of success collaborating with artists like George Benson, Diana Krall, Paul McCartney and Natalie Cole.

Combining Jazz And Extreme Noise, New York's GRID Is Just Nasty

The trio's debut album bubbles up from the East River like a toxic monster of New York's improvised and extreme music scenes.

A 'Stella' For Springtime, Snowstorms Or Starlight

While the Northeast prepares for the arrival of March snowstorm named Stella, our jazz critic gets a different 'Stella,' one with links to Ella and Miles and Herbie, stuck in his head.

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