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Head First

Label: Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Fall Out; Almagro Nights; Seahorses; Interval Music; A Perfect Foil; Head First; Enneralde; Cancion 4; Francisca; A Month In Tunisia; Cyclic Chorale; Beautiful But Why.

Midnite Cinema

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Lost Sheep; Caterpillars; Not Today; Eight Steps; Clown Ride; Antler Velvet; Under the Raft; Sun House

Live at the VFW

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Skip the Flowers,

Too Far Too Close

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1) Too Far Too Close (T.Costa) 2) Three Sheets To The Wind (A. Holldsworth) 3) Looks Like Merengue (J. Scofield) 4) Questar (K. Jarrett) 5) New York Minute (D. Hanley) 6) You’ve Got It Bad Girl (S. Wonder) 7) Elm (R. Beirach) 8) Wildlife (T. Williams) 9) Thanks Again (J. Scofield)

Lenny Keys

Born in Odessa, Ukraine, Lenny started studying classical piano at the age of six. In 1979, Lenny immigrated with his family to the U.S., settling in New York where he started learning jazz. Influenced by his classical education, classic rock, European pop music, jazz and new age, Lenny developed his own unique style of writing. In April 2009, Lenny released his first jazz album, Diamonds and Emeralds. The tunes on the album are a blend of contemporary jazz, funk and blues, with a touch of fusion and distinct sweet melodies. Having composed in different styles, Lenny has always stayed true to one thing that he believes every song should have - a beautiful melody.

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Manoel Cruz

Bassist, composer, arranger and producer. The development of an authorial work was natural to Manoel Cruz. The experience gained as sideman of several artists of the most varied styles of Brazilian music is translated into his instrumental compositions with a regional accent: from baião to samba, from maracatu to forró, combining technique with improvisation freedom provided by comtemporary Jazz. Such fusion resulted in the following CDs: Alcatéia (2002) and Under My Soul (2012) also on DVD recorded live at Humbouldt Theater - SP. Manoel Cruz presented himself in Concert Houses and Festivals all over the country. In 2013 he was invited to perform at the closing of the XIV Santo Domingo Jazz Festival in the Dominican Republic, being the first Brazilian Artist to participate in the festival in its 14 years of existence


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