Nina Goodrich

Nina Goodrich

35 W. 4th St. is a rousing original composition by Don Friedman, giving the audience a sample of the Trio's exquisite skills. Cole Porter’s I Concentrate on Yo…
Described as a Sonic Creation, this talented group of nine musicians, offer a 19-original-track project, filled with inspiring inflections, two saxophones, trombone, keys, …
Every once in a while a hot CD catches the attention of DJs across the country. Back On Track is one that did, even before its official release in October.Finger…
Perky, upbeat, yet sensual and sublime talents, master flutist Chip Shelton and THE master of bass, Ron Carter team up to create an ear-friendly variety of tunes: several w…
Seven fresh, talented artists provide a rounded combination of instrumentals and vocals, creating an interesting, very listenable CD-- A splendid variety of soulful ballads…
Several tracks are written by Dave Costarella, who also does the lead vocals on manysongs, giving this album a lively combination of ballads and instrumentals.Take me…
Two tracks, totaling 38 minutes of flutes, percussion, sensual beats, like a walk through the mysterious jungle.Special guest, Max Roach, gives tribute to the sounds of …
Influenced by the Hard Bop of Art Blakey, Hank Mobley and Cannonball Adderley, the No Name Jazz Sextet hails from Montreal, led by saxophonist Alexandre Cote and drummer Ug…
Larry Koonse provides a stellar guitar performance on Dukeisms as Jeff Driskill blows tenor sax, Kim Richmond: alto sax and Dick Weller keeps beat on the drums.
Enter My Mind shows off Marlon Saunders’ throaty depth along with his ability to strike those high notes, backed by Rosa Russ’ silky, sultry tones, along with Billy …
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