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Stormy Emotions

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2021
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.

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Sarah Moule: Stormy Emotions

Read "Stormy Emotions" reviewed 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 ...

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Connections: without borders

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2020
Track listing: Everyone Has A Story; Sunflowers; Connections; Nord Vind; Rainforest; Endless Train; Splashing In Puddles; Bridges; Rivers And Rapids.

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Julian Costello Quartet: Connections: without borders

Read "Connections: without borders" reviewed 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 ...

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10 Reasons To...

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2019
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.

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Benjamin Croft: 10 Reasons To...

Read "10 Reasons To..." reviewed 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, ...

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The Blues and I Should have a Party

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: Please Don’t Cheat on Me; The Blues and I Should Have a Party; You’ve Changed; Way Down in the Caves; Don’t Worry Blues; Should; I Don’t Live Here Anymore; My Handsome Man; Tell Me; Don’t Hold Back; the Memory of You; Time Waits for No One; Thank You.

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No Excuses

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: Blackbird; No Excuses; What It Would; Is & It; Scarborough Fair; No; Known No More; Blackbird (Reprise); Respite.

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Zoe Schwarz: The Blues and I Should have a Party

Read "The Blues and I Should have a Party" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


That most durable and indivisible of popular music genres: the blues. Traditionally of an eight-or twelve-bar architecture, if not something more primordial from the pre-Great Depression shellac of Mamie Smith, Tommy Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and Charlie Patton. After years of sepia-toned, nostalgic reportage regarding the Ur-nature of this folk art, most of the cobwebs of ...


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