Results for "Bill Douglass"
by Don Phipps
One can certainly appreciate the effort made by the members of Tumble to carve out a niche on Wave in the expanding and ever-changing world of jazz music. That said, however, there is a bit of disappointment. It's not that the group can be faulted for poor musicianship, but the readings in general are uninspired and ...
Label: Cure-All Records
Track listing: The Nuthatch; Frisco; Unsuitable; Misterioso; Much Happy; Otter in the Water; Sub Drift; Blue Nile
by Alberto Bazzurro
Che dire di questo live del 2006, quando il suo protagonista viaggiava verso gli ottanta (li avrebbe compiuti di lì a un anno, l'11 novembre 2007)? Poco e male, viene spontaneo affermare. Mose Allison ha fior di estimatori, per carità, che evidentemente sono riusciti a trovare nel suo canto sdolcinato e privo di qualunque tipo di ...
Grass Valley jazz: Bill Douglass leads the musical lineup including John Girton, Kit Bailey, Nora Nausbaum, Al Bent and SJS students. Our special guests are jazz vocalist Beth Duncan and jazzharpist Motoshi Kosako. We'll serve complimentary Coffee and cookies. Join us on January 19 at 2 pm for the last in our Winter Concert series. Venue ...
By Beth Duncan
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Comes The Fall, Wish I May, How High The Moon, I'm On A Cloud, Moon River, I Thought About You, Quiet Nights, No Rhyme or Reason, Giant Steps, Almost Like Being In Love, Give Me The Simple Life, Embraceable You, If You Could See Me Now, Wish Me A Rainbow
by Florence Wetzel
Nestled in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado, there is a rare and precious jazz gem: pianist Art Lande. Born in 1947, Lande has had a long and fruitful career, including membership in his Rubisa Patrol quartet, which included trumpeter Mark Isham and drummer Bill Douglass. He recorded for ECM from 1973 to 1987, with players such ...
by John Barron
Recording a disc half-filled with overdone standards should require, at minimum, an attempt at dissection and redirection, investigating any harmonic and rhythmic possibilities left over after decades of use. Such is the case with the release of Catch Your Breath, from San Francisco Bay-area pianist Debbie Poryes. Poryes' approach to arranging involves sophistication with warmth and ...