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Johnny Dodds (1892-1940) was one of the most important early New Orleans clarinetists. He was primarily self taught although he took some lessons from Lorenzo Tio. Dodds gi…
Multi-wind player/composer William "Buddy" Collette has been active in jazz for almost four decades, and though many have heard him, most don't even know it. Pity, as he wa…
The musical compositions of Paul "sequence" Ferguson relax the mind and are food for the soul. His digital orchestrations are sheer genius. For jazz music at its best liste…
The entire cd is one erotic journey. I happen to Love saxaphone artists. And I find with each selection on this disc, the way Boney phrases each one is so outrageous. The t…
Hot Sweet & Blue" is the first recording by the Independence Hall Jazz Band, a seven-piece traditional jazz ensemble based in the Philadelphia area. The 16 tracks ar…
I read about the CD in our paper, The Ventura County Star, and ordered it from Warehouse. I am a long time and devoted fan of Mel Torme and had never heard of him having a …
At my age it is disappointing to see all these writers' names and yet they fail to make mention of a jazz vocal group,self sustaining wh have evolved for the the last 50 an…
You've just stumbled on the best kept jazz secret of the 21st century: the "Still Fresh" CD by the Four Freshmen.Even if these guys never opened their mouths, their …
The voice is fabulous and so clear. The instrumentals support her like a cloud. It makes me smile at times and cry at others. I don't know how I lived without it so long.…
AS I SIT AND LISTEN TO CULBERTSON ON THIS CD I AM IMPRESSED WITH HIS SELECTION OF SONGS. HE ALSO HAS SOME GUESTS SUCH AS WAYMAN TISDALE,LORI PERRY AND HOWARD HEWETT THAT MA…