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Message from Groove and GW

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2020
Track listing: Trouble Just Won’t Go Away; Blues Minor; Ain’t No Way; Dig You Like Crazy; What to Do; Between the Sheets; Message from Groove and GW; A Path to Understanding; Work Song; Von Gott.

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The Radam Schwartz Organ Big Band: Message from Groove and GW

Read "Message from Groove and GW" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Liner notes notwithstanding, the alliance of a big band and organ is hardly unique—Jimmy Smith, Richard “Groove" Holmes and Joey DeFrancesco are organ maestros who have been there and done that; even the great Oscar Peterson once dipped his toes into that water. Having said that, organist Radam Schwartz and his power-laden New Jersey-based ensemble do ...

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Left Open

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2015

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Way Of Being

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2013
Track listing: Shake; Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic; Zombie Apocalypse; Modern People; Higher Ground; Flow; Revolution; Kwanza Muwanga; Sonic Fence; Dance Of The Tail Chasing Cats.

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Bobby Selvaggio: Way Of Being

Read "Way Of Being" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Bobby Selvaggio's Way Of Being epitomizes a restless sound, one that belies the alto saxophonist's unflappable nature. His latest release builds upon the groove-heavy folk/pop/funk sound of Grass Roots Movement (Arabesque, 2011).This disc, his seventh as a leader, is split evenly between the electric Grass Roots Movement quartet and an acoustic Shake Trio. Both ...

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When The Saints Go Out

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2012
Track listing: When The Saints Go Out; Old Devil Moon; Lynford's Lament; Camaouflage; Comes Love; The Jazz Messenger; For Miles, A Round; In Your Own Sweet Way.

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The New Stablemates

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2012

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Theo Saunders and Intergeneration: When The Saints Go Out

Read "When The Saints Go Out" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Southern California pianist Theo Saunders is a veteran musician/composer with an extensive resume as bandleader, sideman and musical director. The sparkling sophomore effort, When The Saints Go Out, documents the robust sounds of his Intergeneration group on this Arabesque label debut, a follow-up to Intergeneration (CDBaby, 2011). Originally from The Big Apple, Saunders has lived and ...

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Grass Roots Movement

Label: Arabesque Jazz
Released: 2011
Track listing: No Turn on Red; Signature Needed; Dust Bunnies; Chicken Legs; Movement; Return to Sender; Fish Food; Spy Movie.


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