JOHNNY CONGA – “OYE!” (Cool Latin grooves).
KEVIN EUBANKS – “THE MESSENGER” (Guitarist, leading a very eclectic, creative
JACOB FISCHER – “GUITARIST” (As title implies, leading a quintet of straight ahead
standards, jazz tunes and originals).
BENNY GREEN – “MAGIC BEANS” (Pianist, leading a trio, in a straight-ahead
JAMBALAYA BRASS BAND – “ON THE FUNKY SIDE” (New Orleans style brass
RUSSELL KIRK AND THE PATH – “TO JOURNAL SQUARE” (Saxophonist, leading
a progressive session of originals).
MAKR KLEINHAUT/NEIL LAMB – “JONES STREET” (Guitarist, with a duet
recording of straight-ahead originals).
TERRY KLINEFELTER – “ZINGARO” (Pianist, leading a variety of groups, in straight-
ahead originals and standards).
JAWANZA KOBIE – “FEELS BETTER THAN IT SOUNDS” (Keyboardist, leading a
contemporary, fusion-bases session of originals).
LYDIA LIEBMAN – “FAMILIA” (Vocalist, daughter of saxophonist Dave, doing
mostly songs from the Antonio Carlos Jobim songbook).
HEATER MASSE & DICK HYMAN – “LOCK MY HEART” (Female vocalist, backed
by legendary pianist, doing mostly The Great American Songbook).
JIM PEARCE – “YOU ARE AN EDGY VISIONARY SEER” (Pianist/vocalist, doing a
straight-ahead collection of originals).
CHRIS POTTER – “THE SIRENS” (Saxophonist/clarinetist, leading a quintet with an
eclectic mix of all originals).
MONICA RAMEY – “AND THE BEEGIE ADAIR TRIO” (Female vocalist, doing The
Great American Songbook).
WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET – “WITHOUT A NET” (Legendary saxophonist, in a
very edgy, progressive outing).
EMY TSENG – “SONHO” (Female vocalist, doing The Great Brazilian Songbook, and
Brazilian versions of familiar tunes).
U.C.F. JAZZ ENSEMBLE I AND JAZZ WORKSHOP – “THE BLUES IS ALRIGHT”
(Big band and smaller ensembles, doing straight-ahead tunes).