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Alan Pasqua

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Alan Pasqua, Chairman of Jazz Studies at USC, was born in New Jersey and began studying piano at the age of seven, playing both classical and jazz. He attended Indiana University and received his bachelor's degree in jazz studies from the New England Conservatory. While performing a concert at Carnegie Hall, Pasqua met the legendary drummer Tony Williams. Pasqua was asked to join The New Tony Williams Lifetime along with guitarist Allan Holdsworth. After recording two “Lifetime” albums for Columbia Records, Pasqua relocated in Los Angeles. His career in L.A. broadened as he started playing with more rock and pop artists

Album

Be With Me

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: Topsy; You and the Night and the Music; Camouflage; Spring Ahead; Chloe; Be with Me; Soul Eyes; My Shining Hour; Wheatland; Sunny.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Leyla McCalla, Peter Erskine, Elvin Bironien, Antares Flare & More New Releases

Read "Leyla McCalla, Peter Erskine, Elvin Bironien, Antares Flare & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


One of the traits that we love most in jazz is its ability to promote encounters and mixtures... and mixtures is what this set is all about.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Leyla McCalla “Nan Fon Bwa" Breaking the Thermometer (Anti/Epitaph) 0:16 Host talks ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Selection Of Brand New Releases

Read "A Selection Of Brand New Releases" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show all new releases from Alex Sipiagin, Amanda Irarrázabal and Miriam Den Boer Salmón, David Murray Brave New World Trio, Peter Erskine, Alan Pasqua & Darek Oles, Brian Molley Quartet, Bagland, E3 by Alex Lacusta, and Mary Halvorson.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Alex Sipiagin “Rush Hour" from Ascent To The Blues (Posi-tone) ...

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Article: Album Review

The Matt Gordy Jazz Tonite Sextet: Be With Me

Read "Be With Me" reviewed by Jack Bowers


In 2006, drummer Matt Gordy heeded the mandate to “go west, young man," moving from Boston to Los Angeles, while he was still “young at heart," and quickly becoming a mainstay of the local scene, after years of success as a jazz and classical drummer in New England, and even with the Maracaibo, Venezuela, Symphony Orchestra, ...

Album

Day Dream

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Day Dream; Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered; In the Wee Small Hours/Smile; Old Cape Cod; Polka Dots and Moonbeams; Upper Manhattan Medical Group; Prelude To A Kiss; Turn Out The Stars; The Sounds Around The House; When I Grow Too Old To Dream.

Album

The Sounds Around The House

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: U-R; Agrodolce; Old School Blues; Provence; The Sounds Around The House; King Henry; Barcelona; The Honeymoon; For Roger

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Article: SoCal Jazz

Pasqua, Erskine, and Oles: The Art of the Jazz Trio

Read "Pasqua, Erskine, and Oles: The Art of the Jazz Trio" reviewed by Jim Worsley


"We've known each other and have been playing together for fifty years now," was proudly, if even more sentimentally, reminisced by pianist Alan Pasqua in reference to drummer Peter Erskine to an intimate and appreciative audience at Sam First in Los Angeles during a recent performance. Bassist Darek Oleszkiewicz, who has been part of the mix ...

Article: Album Review

Dave Holland / Kevin Eubanks / Obed Calvaire: Another Land

Read "Another Land" reviewed by Emmanuel Di Tommaso


Dave Holland ritorna protagonista della scena musicale con l'album Another Land, pubblicato dalla Edition Records, e che riunisce, al fianco del monumentale bassista inglese, Kevin Eubanks e Obed Calvaire. Si tratta di un album registrato in studio e composto interamente da brani inediti che il trio ha concepito durante una serie di esibizioni live definite dal ...

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Article: Album Review

Jeff Ellwood: The Sounds Around The House

Read "The Sounds Around The House" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


As a professional musician hoping to have a meaningful career, hiding one's light under a bushel, may not be the best way to recognizable success. Such might be the case for tenor saxophonist Jeff Ellwood. He may have fallen into the trap evinced by the Dave Frishberg ditty “I Want To Be ...


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