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Andrew Swift: Swift Kick

Read "Swift Kick" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Currently the drummer for saxophonist Sharel Cassity and her quintet, the Matt Garrison Project as well as being the drumming voice for many nationally syndicated television commercials, Australian drummer Andrew Swift unveils his debut with Swift Kick, a remarkably engaging piece of musical mastery. There's no doubt about this outing, critics and audiences alike will devour ...

Resilience

Label: Jazz Legacy Productions
Released: 2011
Track listing: For Miles; Escapade; Emperor March; I Guess I'll Hand My Tears Out To Dry; Fire & Ice; Dance Of The Infidels; Who Knew?; Blue Lace; Work; Klimo.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tim Mayer: Resilience

Read "Resilience" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Resplendent arrangements and artful soloists are in abundance on Tim Mayer's Resilience. For this, the Boston-based tenor saxophonist's debut recording under his own name, Mayer manages to bridge the gap between the often opposing forces of stability and variety, as he builds each tune around the same core quartet while using an ever-changing list of guests ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Tim Mayer - Resilience (Jazz Legacy Productions, 2011)

Tim Mayer - Resilience (Jazz Legacy Productions, 2011)

Boston based tenor saxophonist Tim Meyer must have a great enjoyment for the trumpet, because he peppers his new album with compositions and dedications related to some famous trumpet players of the past and present. He is accompanied by a core group of George Cables on piano, Derzon Douglas on bass and Willie Jones III on ...

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Rusty Scott Organ Group: Cambridge, February 9, 2011

Read "Rusty Scott Organ Group: Cambridge, February 9, 2011" reviewed by Timothy J. O'Keefe

Rusty Scott Organ GroupRegattabarCambridge, MAFebruary 9, 2011 The cold February night, part of a long winter that dropped 60 inches of snow on Boston, didn't prevent a crowd from gathering as Rusty Scott celebrated his release of The Thrill is Gone (CD Baby, 2010). Scott, a Boston area pianist, slid away ...


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