Teagan Taylor Heads All Star List of New Adds at Jazz 88.3 2015.7.20
|San Diego Jazz continues to expand in all directions including the atmospheric pop-jazz on Teagan Taylor's 4th release "The Subject Of...", one of the 14 new releases into themusic library at Jazz 88.3 the week of July 20, 2015. She is in great company with new music from Freeman brothers (George and Chico), Charlie Haden, Bobby Shew, Ramsey Lewis, Dick Hyman, and Jazz Live San Diego alum Henry "Skipper" Franklin (as 1 of the 3 More Sounds). Check all the new music debut on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw each Monday from 6 to 8 PM PT. |
- NICK FINZER – “THE CHASE”
- JACOB FISCHER – “IN NEW YORK CITY”
- GEORGE FREEMAN / CHICO FREEMAN – “ALL IN THE FAMILY”
- CHARLIE HADEN & GONZALO RUBALCABA – “TOKYO ADAGIO”
- HELL’S KITCHEN FUNK ORCHESTRA – “MERCY, MERCY, MERCY”
- WAYNE HORVITZ - "SOME PLACES ARE FOREVER AFTERNOON"
- DICK HYMAN – “HOUSE OF PIANO”
- RAMSEY LEWIS – “TAKING ANOTHER LOOK”
- ROBERTO MAGRIS – “ENIGMATIX”
- FRED RANDOLPH – “SONG WITHOUT SINGING”
- BOBBY SHEW – “LIVE 1983”
- LEE SMITH – “MY KIND OF BLUES”
- TEAGAN TAYLOR - “THE SUBJECT OF…”
- 3 MORE SOUNDS – “THE HAPPINESS OF PURSUIT”
- LAUREN WHITE WITH THE QUINN JOHNSON TRIO – “EXPERIMENT”
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NICK FINZER – “THE CHASE”
(Trombonist, leading a sextet, performing straight-ahead originals).
JACOB FISCHER – “IN NEW YORK CITY”
(Acoustic guitarist, leading a quartet, doing standards and jazz tunes).
- AllAboutJazz.com George Freeman/Chico Freeman: All In The Family (2015) - Dan Bilawsky: "...it should come as no shock that the personnel list would contain the names of more notable Chicagoans capable of giving a three-hundred-and-sixty degree view of the city's musical landscape: inside-outside players like drummer Hamid Drake and bassist Harrison Bankhead, longtime Von Freeman guitarist Mike Allemana, and Malachi Thompson-connected pianist Kirk Brown, along with Swiss-born percussionist Reto Weber, all ably assist in spreading the wide-ranging gospel of that fair city and saluting the Freeman family legacy"
WAYNE HORVITZ - "SOME PLACES ARE FOREVER AFTERNOON"
(Composer/pianist, paying tribute to Northwest poet Richard Hugo (1923-1982), by bringing together members of his two most successful groups, Sweeter Than The Day & The Gravitas Quartet, for a program of fairly structured instrumental originals).
DICK HYMAN – “HOUSE OF PIANO”
(Solo piano on standards and jazz tunes).
RAMSEY LEWIS – “TAKING ANOTHER LOOK”
(Keyboardist, performing in a more contemporary style that he is known for).
ROBERTO MAGRIS – “ENIGMATIX” (Pianist, leading a quartet, performing mostly originals).
FRED RANDOLPH – “SONG WITHOUT SINGING”
(Bassist, leading a variety of ensembles, in a mix of contemporary and straight-ahead grooves).
LEE SMITH – “MY KIND OF BLUES”
(Bassist, leading a variety of ensembles, performing a variety of tunes).
TEAGAN TAYLOR - “THE SUBJECT OF…”
(San Diego Cornetist / Vocalist / Composer’s 4th release, a pop-jazz outing)
3 MORE SOUNDS – “THE HAPPINESS OF PURSUIT”
(Trio, led by bassist Henry Franklin, performing straight-ahead jazz tunes).
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