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Cava Menzies/Nick Phillips: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Hushed lyricism, noir-ish episodes and smoky scenarios are brought to mind with Moment To Moment. This gentle quartet outing is a product of the budding musical relationship between trumpeter Nick Phillips, a music business veteran who still finds time for his horn, and Cava Menzies, a music educator who lives a double life as a performing ...

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Cava Menzies/Nick Phillips: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

This feels like a chance ramble off of dimly lit streets into a wee hours night club; and the quartet--trumpet, piano, bass and drums--has slipped into a blue mood. A few notes from the muted horn, a half a dozen supple touches of the piano keys sets the introspective and melancholy tone for the evening. The ...

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Houston Person: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Greg Simmons

Tenor saxophonist Houston Person's Moment to Moment begins with an instant nostalgia trip to the classic Blue Note Sessions of the 1960s. It should not come as any surprise, then, that this album was recorded in the legendary Van Gelder Studios in Englewood Cliffs, NJ by the man himself, Rudy Van Gelder--rarely a bad thing.

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Paul Dunmall - Matthew Bourne - Dave Kane - Steve Davis: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

E' musica che procede ad ondate, alcune improvvise, violente, che ti stordiscono quando meno te lo aspetti, altre che si preannunciano, partono da lontano, montano lentamente, lanciano segnali, e quando stanno per investirti si dissolvono improvvisamente, quasi senza lasciar traccia della loro presenza. Tra un'ondata e l'altra la musica ribolle, come la schiuma che si forma ...

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Roy Hargrove: Moment To Moment

Read "Moment To Moment" reviewed by Mark Corroto

A public figure or celebrity has “made it" when his face appears on the cover of TIME magazine or perhaps when a parade in her honor is held in New York. For a jazz artist, 'making it' means recording with an orchestra. Charlie Parker With Strings may have been the first in a long line of ...

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Joyce DiCamillo Trio: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Here's a compact unit that breathes almost as one while placing its lyric signature on an impressive program of well-known popular and Jazz standards. In his liner notes to the trio's third recording, Owen Cordle says DiCamillo's close-knit group reminds him of the early Ramsey Lewis Trio (with bassist Eldee Young and drummer Red Holt) or ...

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Carmen Lundy: Moment to Moment

Read "Moment to Moment" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Carmen Lundy is not one of those household names that comes to mind when you think of female vocalists in the world of contemporary jazz, but this album could change your mind. When I first heard “ Invitation “ on my car radio whilst driving around the chaotic M25 around London, I almost drove into the ...