Results for "33 Jazz"
Label: 33 Jazz
Track listing: Nothing Is Mine Now; Are We Just Having Fun?; Never That’s When; Close To Tears; A Magician’s Confession; Truly Unruly; After The Fall; On Hold / Living In Limbo; Time Is The Beast; The Long Arm Of Love; Fool’s Gold; Stormy Emotions.
by Richard J Salvucci
Beverley Beirne may not be a familiar name to many American readers. Maybe she should be. While some jazz writers have labelled her a rising star," the Yorkshire, UK, singer has been around for a decade. Her first recording was entitled, promisingly enough, Jazz Just Wants to Have Fun (Self Produced, 2018). Sometimes ...
by John Eyles
Stormy Emotions is the fifth release from Sarah Moule to feature songs by the late, great lyricist & poet Fran Landesman (1927-2011), dating back to It's a Nice Thought (Linn, 2002). In total those five albums contain over fifty songs with lyrics by Landesman, many of which were first recorded by Moule. If that seems an ...
by Bruce Lindsay
Three years after its debut release, Transitions (33 Jazz), the Julian Costello Quartet returns with Connections: without borders. The debut was recorded in Italy, but for the follow-up the London-based band decamped to Norway, to record nine of leader and saxophonist Costello's compositions at Blueberry Fields studios in Heggedal. The tunes are indeed connected, reflecting how ...
Label: 33 Jazz
Track listing: 100 Years At Sea Introduction; 100 Years At Sea; One Million Years At Sea; Bad Reputations; T.T.E (Time, Talent And Electricity); The Sycophant; The Whispering Knight; No Oil For Sale Here; The Legend Of Bray; Inside Immortality; See You In Another Lifetime; For Future Past.
by Roger Farbey
British keyboardist and composer Benjamin Croft began piano and trumpet lessons at age seven and later earned a BA (Hons) Music degree at Leeds College of Music. In his debut album 10 Reasons To..., Croft dedicates four tracks to his heroes Allan Holdsworth, Keith Emerson, Christopher Lee, and Gustav Mahler. A disparate bunch to be sure, ...