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Allen Farnham

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Allen Farnham has been active in the New York City jazz scene as a pianist, composer/arranger, producer and teacher since the early 1980's. He has performed and/or recorded with Joe Lovano, Chris Potter, Eddie Henderson, Frank Wess, Tom Harrell, Arthur Blythe, Special EFX, the John Fedchock NY Big Band, and Charlie Byrd. He has also accompanied a wide range of vocalists, including Mel Torme, Ernestine Anderson, Mark Murphy, Liza Minnelli, Susannah McCorkle, Roseanna Vitro, and Helen Merrill. Mr. Farnham is active in the recording industry, having recorded extensively as both a leader and side musician, and has worked as a staff producer and arranger for the west coast based jazz label, Concord Records

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Love In The City (Yuka Mito)

Label: Nana Notes Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1. I Got Rhythm 5:03 2. Love In The City 4:49 3. My Funny Valentine 5:33 4. Four Brothers 3:22 5. Afro Blue / Afro-Centric 6. Memory Of Father ~ 父の背中 5:47 7. Nice Work If You Can Get It / Take The A Train 5:47 8. How Insensitive 3:36 9. Love Me Or Leave Me 4:14 10. I’ll Remember April 5:07

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Beautiful Minds - Celebrating Extraordinary Women

Label: Tiger Turn
Released: 2021
Track listing: Sky Sweeper 5:08 Blues In Maryam’s Truth 7:55 A Double Life 5:00 Stella Splendida (Bright Star) 3:28 Against The Current 4:10 She Who Stayed To Prove The Day 5:22 Courage Is A Woman 6:13 Rise Up! 4:18 Queen Of Disguise 5:40 Adorn The World 3:42

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A New Light

Label: Consolidated Artists Productions
Released: 2021
Track listing: Prelude, Before the Light; A New Light; Edge of Night; Dig; Enchanted; Greene Street Groove; Sunrise, Sunset; Song for Elizabeth; Don’t Gimme That!; The Mirror; Postlude: After the Light.

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Article: Album Review

Eric Goletz: A New Light

Read "A New Light" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Trombonist Eric Goletz, an in-demand studio musician and sideman in New York City for three decades, released his first album as leader of his own ensemble in March 2021, and quickly followed with the second, A New Light, wherein his core octet is bolstered by three trumpets, half a dozen horns and a five-member string section. ...

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Article: Rhythm In Every Guise

Nadav Snir-Zelniker: The Sound of Surprise

Read "Nadav Snir-Zelniker: The Sound of Surprise" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


For the last dozen years or so I've frequented The Turning Point Café in Piermont, NY. I return to the small, informal venue time and time again to hear live jazz that's long on substance and short on pretense and ceremony. Though the town may seem removed from the hustle and bustle of jny: New York ...

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Article: Live Review

John Richmond, Allen Farnham, Bill Moring and Steve Johns at The Turning Point Cafe

Read "John Richmond, Allen Farnham, Bill Moring and Steve Johns at The Turning Point Cafe" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


John Richmond, Allen Farnham, Bill Moring, Steve Johns The Turning Point Cafe Piermont, NY June 7, 2021 The return of Monday night jazz at The Turning Point Café felt like good old times. The series has been running since 2007 and the last date was March 9, 2020. In addition to ...

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Into The Shadows

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: RSVP; Alpha Dog; Manaus; I Should Care; Nature Boy; Into The Shadows; Star Eyes; On The Edge.

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Article: Album Review

John Fedchock NY Sextet: Into The Shadows

Read "Into The Shadows" reviewed by Jack Bowers


If a sextet--or a group of any size--is to be measured by the sum of its parts, trombonist John Fedchock's NY Sextet succeeds with flying colors, as it embodies half a dozen of the finest jazz musicians the New York City area has to offer. As we know, however, an inclusive appraisal rests on far more ...

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Article: Album Review

Jae Sinnett: Zero To 60

Read "Zero To 60" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The title of this record is something of a double entendre, referencing both the arrival of a milestone birthday for drummer-composer Jae Sinnett and the specific decade that helped influence his outlook on music, art, and life in general. But don't let that information fool you. This isn't some nostalgia-filled date with flower power filigree. This ...


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