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Like Gabriel over clouds,Braff and his cornet soar over two string sections- two decades apart. The earlier tracks on this Arbors release , songs associated with Bing Crosb…
Down To The Bone is not your ordinary UK group, that migrated to the US, and now call Brooklyn or Staten Island their home. They brought their instruments and actually know…
This CD gives a most interesting view of Richard Elliot's versatility and diverse expression of soul with a special touch. In addition, his approach to each song was calcul…
Bobby "G" Summers is a new, unsigned artist who is the Jazz Industries Best Kept Secret. I heard this independent CD at a friend's house over the holidays and I was blown a…
I recently heard a CD by Richard Dedeaux of the Watts Prophets and it was the bomb! Acid Jazz meets Gil Scott-Heron! It is available at MP3.com (www.mp3.com/dedeaux). Check…
Roger Smith is one of the smoothest keyboardists I have ever heard. He does an incredible job on every cut, but my favorite is "Overjoyed" followed closely by "Change the W…
11.09.1999

Gerard by Gerard

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This self-produced project is full of excitement. All 13 tracks offer oringionallity that is very unique.CAPTAIN PJ, is a moving track with lots of busy stuff.You can feel …
I first heard "The Dance" on my favorite radio station WQCD 101.9FM. I waited patiently until the CD was released and was I satisfied! I enjoyed the entire CD from beginnin…
This DRG release is a tribute album on many levels. To Duke ,obviously ; to Strayhorn - inseparable from Duke; to the lyricists - Carol Sloane is grown-up enough to appreci…
This is more Michael than Maynard , so don't expect a lot of Maynard flying high above Big Bop Nouveau. The little/big BBN -which always sounded big - was augmented to actu…