[JPL] NY TIMES: Esperanza Spalding CD Review
eric-jackson at comcast.net
Tue Jul 11 16:58:27 EDT 2006
On Monday 10 July 2006 18:29, Steve Schwartz wrote:
> Read Esperanza Spaulding's CD review from this past week's New York Times.
> To hear what all the fuss is about tune in/log on to WGBH Tuesday night,
> July 11th at 9pm for a Live Performance from our FM Studio One on Jazz with
> Eric in the Evening. I'll be Producing the show. Eric Jackson hosts.
Actually, I'll be producing my show as usual. Steve will produce the live
performance, as usual.
> Esperanza is bringing Christian Scott, trumpet, Aaron Henry, saxophone, Leo
> Blanco, piano, Anthony Steele, drums.
> They will play from 9p-10p, LIVE!!!
Is she playing with Leo Genovese or Leo Blanco? I thought she told me she was
playing with Leo Genovese. He has played on my show before. A very nice young
pianist! In fact, for he curious readers, go to leoblanco.com and
esperanzaspalding.com to learn about these young performers. Do a google
search to learn more about Leo Genovese.
> Log on to:
8 pm - mid Mon - Thurs
> Link to NYTimes review:
> This week's sponsor: Lisa Hilton's MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN
> A sinfully sultry mix of originals and standards'' is what JazzTrenzz
> reviewer Karl Stober had to say about composer/pianist Lisa Hilton's latest
> release, 'MIDNIGHT IN MANHATTAN', (Ruby Slippers Productions). Inspired by
> a late New York night, she has once again created a recording full of
> evocative moods, strong melodies and expressive arrangements. Creating a
> new band for these sessions, 'Midnight In Manhattan' also features famed
> Brubeck saxman Bobby Militello, John Friday on drums and long time bassist
> Reggie McBride. Eighteen-time Grammy winning engineer/producer Al Schmitt
> recorded and mixed with Hilton in Studio A/Capitol Studios keeping a
> natural sound that compliments the straight ahead tracks.
> Trained in contemporary and classical piano, Hilton contemplated jazz
> greats for inspiration. ''I've always been inspired by the melodies of our
> great American songwriters of the 30's, the rhythmic hooks of classic jazz
> of the 50's and a bit of our blues from the South'' comments Hilton, ''but
> I do think that jazz can be inspired by this musical heritage and still
> sound cool today.''
> Hilton's music continues to earn numerous awards and honors. Her music is
> distributed by Navarre and is available at most retail and online stores.
> Her website is: www.lisahiltonmusic.com.
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