Meeting - Bop Corn Jazz - Talkie-Walking (CD, Album)

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  • Aug 06,  · American pianist/composer Christian Sands has a striking new album in which he leads a flexible band composed of his core trio plus guests. Sands, who has made a name for himself as a creative composer and virtuosic player both as a leader and member of Christian McBride’s Insight Straight trio, takes inspiration from the fluidity and malleability of the water to traverse new ground.
  • 9-CD boxed set (LP-size) with page book, tracks. Playing time approx. mns. Look out! as the man himself said, 'This is it!' Throw away those old bootlegs, sell the other albums and pick up these nine little boogie woogie blue plates.
  • Jul 30,  · He was one of the great jazz virtuosos, right up there some would say with Django Reinhardt, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker. Most frequently, however, he was compared to John Coltrane. The cruelly premature death of Polish jazz violinist Zbigniew Seifert at the age of 32 undoubtedly robbed jazz of one of its most exciting and original musical.
  • Ray Bush is a performer with over 65 years experience beginning with the Avon Cities Jazz Band in Carl Sonny Leyland is a relative newcomer, having discovered the Avon Cities recordings at age 15 in Together they have made, very simply, a fine album.
  • Feb 26,  · This album is a legacy of his pain and brilliance. The Libertines – The Libertines. A side of raw crack with a heroin chaser. An absolutely loathsome album in its oblivious self-involvement and rampant narcissism, and yet sort of a genius slab of .
  • A classic split album of bop piano from both coasts – kind of a double-header in jazz, and one that really packs a punch! Hamp Hawes represents the west coast – and unlike his cool jazz contemporaries, he's grooving hard in a quartet that includes Larry Bunker on vibes, Larry Marable on .
  • Charles Ellsworth "Pee Wee" Russell (March 27, – February 15, ), was a jazz musician. Early in his career he played clarinet and saxophones, but he eventually focused solely on clarinet.. With a highly individualistic and spontaneous clarinet style that "defied classification", Russell began his career playing Dixieland jazz, but throughout his career incorporated elements of newer.
  • Sep 26,  · Since the end of the Cold War, it seems like every decade a wunderkind has emerged from a most unlikely former Soviet Republic territory to dazzle the jazz world with prodigious talent on the piano. In the early ’s it was Eldar Djangirov of Kyrgyzstan and in it’s Beka Gochiashvili of Tbilisi, Georgia. At the age of 16 Gochiashvili has released his first album and, let’s just say Missing: Meeting.

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