[JPL] Hello and a major query

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 12 15:58:38 EDT 2007

In addition to some that have been mentioned, here are a few I would recommend.....
  Gino Sitson....second track on "Bamisphere"..."Wailin"
  Steve Smith and Vital Infomation - "Vitalization" - Tracks 2,3 and 5
  Steve Khan's - "Borrowed Time" 
  Till Bronner - "Oceana" - particularly "Bumpin"
  Vinx - "Grits & Pate 
  Anything by the Yellowjackets
  Jae Sinnett

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Favorite song of the moment "Hey Eugene" from Pink Martini (I think most of us have a night like this ?) . I can't hear it enough and the phone rings like crazy. Some other good moments on the new disc but not as strong top to bottom as earlier releases. They're always an audience favorite on FNX. They're in town this weekend and have more than Sold Out Symphony Hall, which is close to 3 times larger than the venue they usually play when in the Boston area

Jeff Turton
WFNX Jazz Brunch

> Also, you might find some interesting melodies and emotional singing in 
> another Jazz-friendly pop group, Pink Martini; although their most recent 
> release 
> doesn't do much for me, "Hey Eugene" is great fun. Hook them on Pink 
> Martini, add a touch of Diana Krall (thanks in part to the new TV commercial), 
> and 
> throw-in some Bad Plus, for the other end of the spectrum. All very current, 
> but sufficiently Jazz-friendly that some new fans could be developed around 
> material like this.
> Ed

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