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Bill Cantos

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The Garden Is My Stage

Label: Dash Hoffman Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Orinthology; Come Back As A Flower; Pannonica; Woodstock; Lullaby of the Leaves; Un pais con el nombre de un rio; Little Sunflower; Double Rainbow; La Lola; A Flower is a Lovesome Thing; Spanish Harlem; Willow Weep for Me; Agua de beber.

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Article: Bailey's Bundles

Jazz Quanta Vocals: Carol Bach-y-Rita, Sara Serpa, Alyssa Allgood, Gina Sicilia, Ilse Huizinga

Read "Jazz Quanta Vocals: Carol Bach-y-Rita, Sara Serpa, Alyssa Allgood, Gina Sicilia, Ilse Huizinga" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Carol Bach-y-Rita minha casa / my house Self Produced 2016 Polyglot exotic Carol Bach-y-Rita released her conspicuous debut, What Love Is in 2009. Since then, she has kept busy performing, taking her sweet time in developing her new project, the self-produced Minha Casa / My House. Her selected ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Ira B. Liss: It's About Time

Read "Ira B. Liss: It's About Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers


So are there any first-rate big bands worth hearing in California outside of the Los Angeles area? So happy you asked. As a matter of fact, San Diego is solidly entrenched in that position thanks to the superb Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine which, coincidentally, has recorded a spectacular new album, It's About Time. ...

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Article: Live Review

Herb Alpert-Lani Hall Quintet at Musical Instrument Museum

Read "Herb Alpert-Lani Hall Quintet at Musical Instrument Museum" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Herb Alpert-Lani Hall Quintet Musical Instrument Museum Phoenix, Arizona March 17, 2014 Trumpeter-vocalist Herb Alpert and vocalist Lani Hall performed a lively and captivating concert that linked their past triumphs to their newest collaborations. The uber-professionalism of this concert conveyed the ambience of a New York City cabaret show, an informal ...

News: Recording

Jazz Icon Herb Alpert is "Steppin' Out" with New Album November 19

Jazz Icon Herb Alpert is "Steppin' Out" with New Album November 19

Grammy®-winning jazz great Herb Alpert is Steppin’ Out on November 19 with a new album on Shout! Factory. Combining pop instrumentals and timeless jazz along with Latin-influenced rhythms reminiscent of the Tijuana Brass, Steppin’ Out explores standards from the American Songbook as well as Alpert’s own catalog, and features his wife, the Grammy®-winning vocalist Lani Hall, ...

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Article: Album Review

Ron Boustead: Mosaic

Read "Mosaic" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Offering a musical canvas of light beautiful material, Los Angeles-based composer/singer Ron Boustead delivers a one-of-a kind musical treasure on the highly entertaining Mosaic. Containing four originals and jazz-influenced, reworked pop standards from the likes of James Taylor, Carole King, Bill Withers and Jon Lucien among others, Boustead produces a superbly presented “jazz-pop concoction" of gorgeous ...

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Article: Live Review

Dori Caymmi: Half Moon Bay, California, November 11, 2012

Read "Dori Caymmi: Half Moon Bay, California, November 11, 2012" reviewed by Bill Leikam


Dori Caymmi QuartetBach Dancing & Dynamite SocietyDouglas Beach HouseHalf Moon Bay, CaliforniaNovember 11, 2012Brazilian veteran acoustic guitarist, singer, composer, and arranger Dori Caymmi engaged the audience at the Bach Dynamite & Dancing Society, aka the Douglas Beach House, with some of the most heartfelt songs of all time sung ...

Album

Movie In The Night Sky

Label: Birdology
Released: 2000


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