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WHAT'S NEW...

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Who i'm listening to now...

Ted Piltzecker

Ted Piltzecker's newest  CD, Vibes On A Breath, is one you'll want to own.  His fresh new arrangements of tunes "If I Only Had A Brain" and "Nature Boy," new instrumentation with powerful horns, some solid originals, and a team that listens and works together adds up to certainty on every tune.  There's a sense of wholeness and absence of ego under Ted's leadership.  I'll be playing it on Mornin' Gloria on WETF, South Bend, Indiana.  Highly recommended.  

Ted Piltzecker          vibraphone

Brad Goode           trumpet

Paul McKee            trombone

John Gunther           tenor sax/bass clarinet

Will Swindler          baritone/alto sax

Paul Romaine          drums

Gonzalo Teppa       bass

Judith LeClair           bassoon (on "Bus")

Javier Diaz              percussion (on "Stolen Moments" and "Bus")

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Jazz it Up! Ukrainian Songs for Three Dads 

Bob Arthurs  Horns/Vocals

Steve Lamattina  Guitar

Blackthorn Is in Blossom

Marigolds That My Mother Planted

My Dear Mother

Oh, Girl

Hutzul Girl Ksenia

Moon in the Sky

Kyiv Waltz

Walking Around the Garden

Do Not Ask Why My Eyes Are Teary

Why Haven't You Come

Blues for Ukraine 

While We Were Gone 

Paul Jost             Vocals, Harmonica

Jim Ridl              Piano

Dean Johnson     Bass

Tim Horner         Drums

Loren Cohen       Bass (CD 1 track 8, CD 2 track 10

Martin Wind       Bass (CD 1 track 9, CD 2 tracks 4,6,9)

Cover Photo        Chris Drukker 

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Al Di Meola

Gary Burton

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Steve Shapiro

Behn Gillece 

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Dave Stryker & Bob Mintzer

Blue Soul, another superlative offering from Dave Stryker, the jazz guitarist who has stuck a flag in ‘70s territory and claimed it for his own.  This newest recording is a collaboration with saxophonist/arranger/conductor Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band, the highly regarded German jazz ensemble.   It includes Marvin Gaye’s “Trouble Man’ and “What’s Going On,” three of Dave’s originals, and Mintzer’s “Aha.”  Prince’s “When Dove’s Cry” and Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman” are given the Stryker treatment, as well as Stanley Turrentine’s “Stan’s Shuffle.”

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The Hippest Cat In Hollywood 05:41

Coming Home 06:04

Little Hummingbird 03:49

Emily 05:38

Lolly's Folly 04:53

Gentle Rain 06:32

If You Could See Me Now 06:53

Mambo Inn 05:12

O Grande Amor 07:43

Bebop 04:01

Lolly Allen - vibraphone 

Danny Janklow - alto & tenor saxophones

Josh Nelson - piano (1,2,5-8) Tom Owens - piano (3,4,9,10) 

Jordan Richards - bass 

Paul Kreibich - drums (2-4,8-10)  Kendall Kay - drums (1,5-7)  Larry Koonse - guitar (5,6) 

Carl Saunders - trumpet (5,6) 

Scott Whitfield - trombone (5,6) 

Adam Schroeder - bari sax (5,6)

Chuck Redd & Groove City 

Different Flavors

Behn Gillece & Out to dinner

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One of my favorite vibraphonists, Steve Yeager, and I have teamed up to create an album of 15 of my poems from Jazz Lines...free verse in the key of jazz.  Steve's original music creates a mood for each one that I read.  All the poems are built of jazz tune titles around a central theme.  The composer index reads like a list of the top 1000 jazz standards. The book and the CD make a perfect pair.  $10 or free with the purchase of Jazz Lines. See the My Book tab.   

                                           Purchase here using Zelle, 732-406-6399

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