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Live in Seattle

Label: Arena Music Promotion
Released: 2016
Track listing: Regeneration; Gamma Ray; My Funny Valentine; New Fact; Where Is The Love?; Psychic Counterpoint; Green Dolphin Street; Virgin Complex.

Album

Bohemian Rhapsody

Label: Arena Music Promotion
Released: 2016

Album

Guess Who I Saw Today

Label: Arena Music Promotion
Released: 2016
Track listing: It's Magic; Ain't No Sunshine; What A Difference A Day Made; This Bitter Earth; Mood Indigo; I Think It's Going To Rain Today; Love Me Or Leave Me; Guess Who I Saw Today; Swingin' Machine; I Must Have Left My Heart; What's With You; Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood.

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Article: Album Review

Kinga: Guess Who I Saw Today

Read "Guess Who I Saw Today" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Born in Poland and eventually settling in Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian songstress Kinga reveals her debut recording Guess Who I Saw Today presenting a terrific selection of standards and reimagined classics produced and arranged by friend and pianist extraordinaire Bill King. Gifted with a dark crisp voice, Kinga's love for jazz was developed at an early age ...

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News: Recording

Michael Bisio And Matthew Shipp Announce New Recording “Live In Seattle” -- Out Now

Michael Bisio And Matthew Shipp Announce New Recording “Live In Seattle” -- Out Now

Formidable, New York-based duo, Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio, have released their latest album, Live In Seattle, under Arena Music Promotion’s Jazz division. The exclusive recording, available now, was captured live in jny: Seattle as part of the International Jazz Day 2015 events, which Arena Music Promotion participated in by hosting the concert. Paul DeBarros, Music ...

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Article: Album Review

Matthew Shipp/Michael Bisio: Live in Seattle

Read "Live in Seattle" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The Italian renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and scientist Michelangelo di Lodovico is often quoted, when referring to his 17-foot sculpted masterpiece David, “every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it." The same thought comes to mind when two musical sculptors chip away at ...


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