Sound-Effect

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HighNote Sound-Effect #ad - Nelson brings his sonic sleight-of-hand to the HighNote catalog in his debut release featuring the monster pianist Mulgrew Miller. Steve nelson is a true magician, in his hands the mallets transform into feathery streaks of light. Together with the piano of miller, the solid bass of Peter Washington and the inspired percussion of Lewis Nash, Nelson rips through an imaginative program displaying his mastery at every strike of the mallet.

Influenced by milt jackson while evolving his own sound, david fathead newman, jackie mclean and Buster Williams, he gigged with Grant Green in the 1970s, and since has performed and/or recorded with Kenny Barron, Bobby Watson, Mulgrew Miller, Johnny Griffin, and has been a member of Dave Holland's Quintet and Big Band for over a decade.

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Brothers Under The Sun

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Fuller Nelson

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Live at Yoshis Vol. 2

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MAXJAZZ #ad - The bluesy composition "comes love" follows, leading into Miller’s swinging rendition of "Road Life" written by the late, great pianist James Williams who was one of Miller’s closest friends. A second rodgers and hart composition, "Little Girl Blue, " displays the trio’s breathtaking use of space.

Recorded july 22-23, 2003, at yoshi’s at jack london square – one of the world’s finest jazz clubs - Live At Yoshi’s Volume Two offers an exquisite set of music. On "one’s own room, bassist derrick hodge plays a slow, " Miller’s one original composition, intimate opening solo before the trio folds in seamlessly.

Live at Yoshis Vol. 2 #ad - Miller’s trio is comprised of Derrick Hodge on bass and Karriem Riggins, who played on The Sequel, on drums. The recording presents over 70 minutes of fresh repertoire. Miller’s driving, upbeat take on "Joshua" by Victor Feldman opens the session with great energy. Miller then offers a beautiful solo rendition of the Rodgers and Hart classic "It’s Easy To Remember".

Unlike the sequel, where he presented eight original tunes in a sextet format, on Live At Yoshi’s, Miller puts his stamp on ageless standards in an intimate trio format. He closes with "Citadel" a composition by Tony Williams.

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Rhythm Is My Business

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Concentric Circles

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Blue Note #ad - On his blue note debut, 11-time grammy-nominated pianist Kenny Barron emerges with his new quintet consisting of drummer Jonathan Blake, bassist Kiyoshi Kitagawa, Concentric Circles, saxophonist Dayna Stephens and trumpeter Mike Rodriguez. Eight years after being inducted into the national endowment for the Arts "Jazz Masters, " Barron, whom Jazz Weekly once hailed as "the most lyrical piano player of our time, " continues striving for new creative heights.

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In Paris: The Definitive ORTF Recording 2 CD

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Resonance Records #ad - Shrink-wrapped. The first official release of this legendary concert, In Paris is being released in partnership with the Institutnational de l'audiovisuel INA with remastered, high-resolution audio transferred directly from the original tape reels. Featuring an all-star band with pianist harold mabern, with special guest tenor saxophonist johnny griffin, the deluxe 2cd set includes an extensive 32-page booklet with stunning archival photos taken at the concert from famed music photographer Jean-Pierre Leloir; essays from historian and director of operations in jazz studies at Rutgers University, bassist Arthur Harper and drummer Jimmy Lovelace, Resonance producer Zev Feldman and associate producer Pascal Rozat from INA; plus interviews with pianist Harold Mabern, Vincent Pelote, renowned guitarist Russell Malone and more.

Shrink-wrapped. The concert was organized by jazz producer and impresario Alan Bates to the great delight of European audiences who had long wanted to see Wes perform live, but his severe fear of flying had kept him in the states. In paris: the definitive ortf recording captures jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery on his only tour of Europe on the night of March 27, 1965 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, France.

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All In My Mind

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Blue Note #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Smith's new album all in my mind captures the irrepressible nEA Jazz Master at the height of his powers live at the Jazz Standard in New York City with his nimble and dynamic trio featuring guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg and drummer Johnathan Blake. Hammond B3 organ legend Dr.

Lonnie smith returned to blue note records in 2016 for the release of Evolution, his first album for the iconic label since he first made a name for himself with a run of funky soul jazz classics in the late 1960s.

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Toy Tunes W/ P Bernstein & Bill Stewart

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Pirouet #ad - Shrink-wrapped. Peter Bernstein. Larry Goldings. Three of the world's best players in the current jazz scene. Take to the musical playground to perform eight diverse, close-knit pieces that are a joy for the senses. Labeled "the best organ trio of the last decade" by the new york times, they progress beyond the bop-influenced soul jazz of the likes of Jimmy Smith, these three possess a special place within the rich history of organ trios; with their adventurous eclecticism, Brother Jack McDuff and Shirley Scott and into their own singular musical realm.

Peter bernstein has been called "the most universally respected and admired jazz guitarist of his generation", Jim Hall, Joshua Redman, and his work with such greats as Sonny Rollins, and Brad Mehldau backs up the claim. Jazz. Known for his melodicism and polyrhythmic complexity, Maceo Parker, Bill Stewart has played with Joe Lovano, like Goldings, Dave Holland, and, and has had a long-time collaboration with John Scofield.

Toy Tunes W/ P Bernstein & Bill Stewart #ad - Since 1991 hammond organist larry goldings, guitarist Peter Bernstein, and drummer Bill Stewart have constituted what Jazzstation calls an ". Unusual camaraderie of world-class players.

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Wise One

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Kind of Blue #ad - Jazz. Larry Goldings. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Shrink-wrapped. Now, the number one vibe player returns with Wise One, inspired by music of John Coltrane, this time for spiritual rather than sentimental reasons. Recorded at fantasy studios in berkeley, ca in february 2009 with San Francisco musicians Anthony Wilson - guitar, Joe Gilman - piano, Glenn Richman - bass, Eddie Marshall - drums.

Wise One #ad - Peter Bernstein. Bobby hutcherson's last cd for kind Of Blue Records - For Sentimental Reasons, was the label's all time best seller. Bill Stewart.

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Bringin' It

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Mack Avenue #ad - Peter Bernstein. Bill Stewart. Shrink-wrapped. Jazz. Shrink-wrapped. Larry Goldings. Shrink-wrapped.

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