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ARTICLE: BAILEY'S BUNDLES

Seven Women 2018 – Part II

Read "Seven Women 2018 – Part II" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

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Nina Simone
Mood Indigo: The Complete Bethlehem Singles
Bethlehem Records
2018

Mood Indigo: The Complete Bethlehem Singles is a tidy summation of the first recordings made by vocalist/pianist Nina Simone. According to the liner notes, these selections, the singles releases ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Vocalist And Poet Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein) Releases "I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined" On Jazzed Media, Available January 19, 2018

Vocalist And Poet Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein) Releases "I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined" On Jazzed Media, Available January 19, 2018

LISA B (Lisa Bernstein) is not only a jazz singer and songwriter, she’s also a widely published poet and spoken word performer. On I Get A Kick: Cole Porter Reimagined, her latest CD and sixth as a leader, she applies her poetic prowess and vocal gifts to fresh interpretations of ten tunes by Cole Porter, one ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Fred Randolph: Song Without Singing

Read "Song Without Singing" reviewed by Edward Blanco

In demand San Francisco Bay Area-based educator, composer and bassist Fred Randolph unveils his third album as leader, Songs Without Singing containing ten innovative originals and one cover tune recorded with his working quintet and other Bay Area musicians. A fixture in San Francisco's vibrant jazz scene and a member of Orquesta Dharma, the Melanthium Ensemble ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Bay Area Bassist/Composer Fred Randolph To Release 3rd CD, "Song Without Singing," August 28

Bay Area Bassist/Composer Fred Randolph To Release 3rd CD, "Song Without Singing," August 28

One of the busiest bassists on the rich jny: San Francisco Bay Area music scene for more than 15 years, in demand for his work on acoustic, electric, and fretless bass, Fred Randolph has been an integral part of bands led by artists from Ian Carey and Akira Tana to Dan Hicks and Maria Muldaur. For ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

David Widelock Trio: Skating on the Sidewalk

Read "Skating on the Sidewalk" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

Skating on the Sidewalk is a record where myriad disparate musically idiomatic journeys collide with dash and splash on the concrete of urban modernity. It is a musical journey that begins from so many directions --the spare blue sogginess of the Delta, multi-hued blue New Orleans, and blue and windy Chicago. There is also a trip ...

Fred Randolph: New Day

Read "New Day" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Born and reared in Hawaii, bassist Fred Randolph developed a passion for jazz at an early age. After migrating to California, he diligently pursued higher education to achieve his music-oriented aspirations. Following performing on film soundtracks, and leading numerous bands, Randolph spent two seasons as a member of the Diablo Symphony Orchestra. A current resident of ...

Fred Randolph: Learning Curve

Read "Learning Curve" reviewed by Rob Cline

Fred Randolph's Learning Curve is heavy on tribute songs. The bassist/composer pays homage to Michael Brecker, Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, and pianist Art Hirahara, who joins him on the disc. But while Randolph does manage to suggest a Brecker Brothers tune, an aggressive yet catchy Mingus number and a journey into Trane's spiritual side, the real ...