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2013-07-01 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library

2013-07-01 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 Library Blog - New This WeekAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: June 28, 2013
Among the NEW adds to the Jazz 88 Music Library for July 1, 2013 there is an ode to a really HOT place (Baker, CA...home of the BIG thermometer), something new from a Jazz Live San Diego alum (Glenn Cashman), and Ode II to a really COOL CA spot (Bill Frisell's "Big Sur"). Check out their debut and ALL THE NEW on The New Jazz Thing @Jazz88 with Vince Outlaw, Monday, July 1, 2013, 6-8PM PT! 

The full list is after the split, but to raise the temperature a bit before TNJT, here's AguaBella and Baker...


AGUABELLA – “BAKER: GATEWAY TO DEATH VALLEY” (Latin-tinged, straight-ahead grooves on mostly originals).


BRANDON BERNSTEIN TRIO – “BUT BEAUTIFUL” (Guitarist, doing straight-ahead versions of the Great American Songbook, mostly).


GLENN CASHMAN’S SOUTHLAND NONET – “MUSIC WITHOUT BORDERS” (Straight-ahead swinging, West Coast style).


BILL FRISELL – “BIG SUR” (Guitarist, leading a chamber-like ensemble, in a folk-influenced tribute to the scenic California coast).


DARRYL HARPER – “THE EDENFRED FILES” – (Philadelphia-based clarinetist leading a quartet with a mix of collective originals and other jazz tunes).    


STEVE LINDEMAN – “THE DAY AFTER YESTERDAY” (Salt Lake City composer/b3 player leading a quartet alongside the large ensemble of BYU “Synthesis”. Lindeman explores the contemporary big band sound with a full set of originals).


DAN MUSELLMAN – “DEVOTION” (Pianist, leading a trio and quartet, in a collection of straight-ahead originals).


RJ & THE ASSIGNMENT – “THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT” (Pianist/keyboardist, leading a mixed session of contemporary and straight-ahead, with some vocal and spoken word tracks).


DYLAN RYAN / SAND – “SKY BLEACHED” (Drummer with his Los Angeles-based progressive jazz trio performing all originals that explores melancholy soundscapes ranging between moods, textures and styles).


NICK SANDERS TRIO – “NAMELESS NEIGHBORS” (Pianist, with an album produced by Fred Hersch doing all original material, situating modern jazz with bits of interesting rhythmic trickery).


KRISTIN SLIPP + DOV MANSKI – “A THOUSAND JULY” (Different takes on songs from The Great American Songbook).


MICHAEL VLATKOVICH TRIO – “SUCCULENCE OF ABSTRACTION” (Adventurous trombonist with a live session recorded in Albuquerque, performing a set of highly improvisational tunes).


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