|Here's this week's new adds to the music library. Be sure to tune into The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw for a chance to hear them first!|
Jon Gold – “Bossa of Possibility” (Keyboardist, leading a variety of
configurations, in a collection of Brazilian-tinged originals).
Sue Halloren & Ken Hitchcock – “I Can Cook Too!" (Female vocalist, doing straight-ahead standards).
Sheila Jordan & Harvie S – “Yesterdays” (Female vocalist, with bass accompaniment, recorded in 1990, previously unreleased).
Jonathan Karrant – “On And On” (Local male vocalist, with local musicians, doing
a collection of straight-ahead old and new standards).
Paul Van Kememande– “Who Is In Charge?” (International collective, doing a collection of edgy originals).
Jim Ketch – “A Distant View” (Trumpeter, leading a quintet, doing straight-ahead originals and jazz tunes).
Carmen Lundy – “Changes” (Female vocalist, doing mostly straight-ahead originals).
Paul McCartney – “Kisses On The Bottom” (Sir Paul, doing a commendable job on the Great American Songbook).
Dave Miller with Rebecca DuMaine – “Deed I Do” (Female vocalist, doing straight-ahead standards and jazz tunes).
Jeremy Pelt – “Soul” (Trumpeter, leading a quintet, doing straight-ahead originals, with one vocal track).
Gregory Porter – “Be Good” (Male vocalist, doing a straight-ahead collection of mostly originals).
Redivider – “Never Odd Or Even” (Progressive quartet from Ireland, doing all original material).
White Rocket – “White Rocket” (Anther progressive group from Ireland, doing all original material).
Akiko Tsuruga – “Sakura” (Female organist, doing a mostly straight-ahead collection of standards, new standards and originals).
Turre – “Woody's Delight” (Trombonist, leading a collection of
trumpeters, in a tribute to his previous bandleader Woody Shaw).
Whalum – “Romance Language” (Saxophonist, with his brother singing,
doing a take on the Coltrane/Hartman collection, with smooth jazz
Matt Wilson Arts & Crafts – “An Attitude For Gratitude” (All-star
quartet, doing a great collection of originals, jazz tunes and standards
in their own unique style).