[JPL] Still Another Jazz Show 29 Mar '10
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Another Jazz Show 29 March '10
GALPER with JEFF JOHNSON & JOHN BISHOP “How
Deep Is The Ocean” “Take The Coltrane”
E PLURIBUS UNUM Live In Seattle
Hal Galper attacks the piano trying to out do himself
,every time, which means you get the best possible out of this jazz
giant, every time.
“Indestructible Fort” “Happy Song”
Charming with rare innocence, Viennese vocalist Maria
Neckam settles in NYC, which means, she has the tenacity to do her
own thing. She writes her own songs which always intrigue us.
BAERMAN/WAYNE ESCOFFERY/ AMANDA MONACO/VINNIE SPERRAZZA/HENRY LUGO
Yes, Oh Yes!” “Baby Man” PLAYDATE
There's a kind of coolness going on here that's special,
sojourning a Saturday night in Reykjavik, so cool and non
pretentious, centered in a real, no b. s. presence.
Don't know who's the inspiration,
Baerman/Escoffery/Monaco/Spearraza & Lugo.
But this law is firm on all the above. “Baby Man” is
out a sight!
“Great Indoors” IN
This Minneapolis vocalist, Nancy Harms, out of the blue,
comes on with her own style, sans Blossom Dearie. We played a John
Mayer tune, “Great Indoors.” Watch out for this young lady. She
conquers every song she sings...
Pat Metheny creates another masterpiece in his prominent
diverse palate of successes with this masterpiece , where, as a rare
feat, he performs all the instruments. How he does it, is a mystery.
PHANTOM OF LOVE
Havana Carbo is a Cuban-American poet, singer and
artist. She's assembled the best Latin jazz artists in the world
for this CD, which means it's a special, historical and relevant to
the cultural un-inhabiting of America over the last 200 years.
“Softly As The Morning Sunrise” THE
This is a very tasty, serene and smooth Dr Lonnie Smith
with guitarist Peter Bernstein playing his best runs, and there are
quite a few, with drummer Billy Drummond trap setting up a storm.
Recorded in 1993 and released last year with all the joy and
'glad-i-tude' the good doctor can muster. After all, Dr Lonnie Smith
is the unquestioned master of the Hammond B-3.
“Blues For PT” “Totem Pole”
Saxophonist Hadley Caliman teams with the extraordinary
trumpet player, Tom Marriott on Joe Locke's “Blues For PT.” We
just has to player the other one, Lee Morgan's “Totem Pole,”
another hard bop fix for the energy is there with Hadley Caliman and
And Hadley Caliman reminds me of Dexter Gordon....
AT THE BOTH/AND AFTER CLUB
FRANCISCO/ August 7 1970 BPM
We had to go back to 1970to the Both/After Club in San
Francisco to hear this by Dexter Gordon with George Duke, Donald
Garrett and Oliver Johnson.
With a generous introduction by Dexter Gordon on JJ
Johnson's bop tune, “We Dot.”
Although Hadley Caliman will ascribe to Harold Land, we
feel that his 'pre suppose' also fills into Dexter Gordon's nonstop
IAN CAREY QUINTET
“Contextualizin' “ CONTEXTUALIZIN'
Carey is one of us,” he exclaimed, a jazz ex-plainer may have
said, when elating to the new Ian Carey Quintet CD,
Born in Binghampton New York, Ian Carey lived there,
then attended junior high where he studied cornet in Folsom
He studied classical trumpet, University of Nevada,
graduated from the New School of jazz and contemporary music in NYC
and relocated back to the Bay Area.
He's one of us!
For all his talent and resourcefulness, we're fortunate
he's one of us- a reincarnation of Chet Baker.
LINSAY & SUMI TONOOKA “Mingus
This is for all the late night lost souls/ all night
creature features who can't let it go/searching for the third
stream/all noted for consciousness/ for inner freedom/heralding from
freeway blues, parking tickets, crimes against humanity and
>From The Known” is on the way.
ANOTHER JAZZ SHOW
Mondays , 10 am & 10 pm, Pacific
Voice” 88.7 fm
4623 T Street, Suite A
Sacramento, Ca 95819-4743
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