Home » Search Center » Results: Blue Moods

Results for "Blue Moods"

Advanced search options

2

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Blue Moods and John Hébert salutes Charles Mingus

Read "Blue Moods and John Hébert salutes Charles Mingus" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this week's show we feature two new albums celebrating the life and work of Charles Mingus, plus a selection of brand new releases from across the world. Also a re-issue of an amazing piece of mesmerising improvisation. Playlist Blue Moods “Nostalgia In Times Square" from Myth & Wisdom (Posi-tone) 00:00 John Hébert “Constrictor" ...

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Hillsboro
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Come Rain or Come Shine 2. In a Sentimental Mood 3. Jordu 4. Kika 5. Beautiful Love 6. You've Changed 7. I'll Remember April 8. In a Mellow Tone 9. Bee's Bounce 10. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered 11. Nica's Dream 12. Big Stoop

142

Article: Album Review

Antoine Silverman: Blue Moods

Read "Blue Moods" reviewed by AAJ Staff


On his Hillsboro debut, Broadway veteran Antoine Silverman combines the best of that stage with music from other stages in his life and the life of the music he loves. Having played violin since age three, Silverman has had much time to get his musical act together and, for the most part, the act is worthy ...

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Via Producciones
Released: 2001
Track listing: Pyramid; Indian Summer; Mas Que Nada; Starcrossed Lover; Harlem Nocturne; Voce; This Is Always; Desert Lady; Chasing The Benchmark; Folhas Secas.

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Hillsboro
Released: 2001

186

Article: Album Review

Antoine Silverman: Blue Moods

Read "Blue Moods" reviewed by Joel Roberts


A classically trained violinist who spent time as a bluegrass and country musician in Nashville and currently earns a living in New York backing up pop stars like Sinead O'Connor and Moby, Antoine Silverman has certainly made his mark outside the jazz world. But for an artist with such an eclectic resume, Blue Moods , Silverman's ...

281

Article: Album Review

Mark Lotz Quartet: Blue Moods

Read "Blue Moods" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins


Marvelously atmospheric flute-fronted jazz from the Netherlands. Lotz is a flautist of considerable promise, with an approach that’s clearly rooted in the classics but intimately familiar with the jazz canon. His prior projects included world music and the avant-garde, but here Lotz sticks mostly to American and Brazilian fare with charming results. The disc opens with ...

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Abracadabra Music
Released: 1989

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Blue Note
Released: 1964

Album

Blue Moods

Label: Sony Records
Released: 1959


Engage

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.