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Brownstone

Label: Blujazz Productions
Released: 2007
Track listing: Stars & Stripes Forever; The Lambs March; The Washington Post; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.1 March; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.2 Bolero; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.3 Mambo; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.4 Waltz; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.5 Zydeco; Hymn Pan Alley Suite p.6 Reprise; Amazing Grace; Fill The Temple.

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Jeff Newell's New-Trad Octet: Brownstone

Read "Brownstone" reviewed by Seamus Seoighe


Brownstone, a type of sandstone that evokes the upper class urban town homes constructed at the turn of the 20th century, is also used to introduce the theme of Jeff Newell's latest release with his New-Trad Octet. An assimilation of marches and hymns dating from after the Civil War up to the early 1900s, “New in ...

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A Work of Heart

Label: Brownstone
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. How Am I to Know? 2. Coisa Feita - John Abraham 3. Don't Ever Go Away 4. Portait of Daniel 5. Estat

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Harry Skoler: A Work of Heart

Read "A Work of Heart" reviewed by AAJ Staff


On his 1999 album A Work of Heart clarinetist/composer Harry Skoler opens his repertoire and his orchestral possibilities as wide as his heart, letting in new people and new ideas. In addition to his trusted rhythm section of bassist Richard Kimball and drummer Tim Gilmore, Harry adds the formidable talents of neighborhood fret-master Garrison Fewell and ...

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Red Top

Label: Brownstone
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Red Top (8:33) 2. Secret Love (8:16) 3. Minority (5:38) 4. Blues By Five (5:01) 5. Dearly Beloved (5:15) 6. Soul Eyes (7:10) 7. I Remember You (5:05) 8. The More I See You (5:41) 9. Girl Talk (6:36)

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Paul Kendall/Bob Leto: Red Top

Read "Red Top" reviewed by Paul West


There’s no denying the love jazz aficionados feel for good, old-fashioned tunes. The kind of smooth, light and sprightly sounds that play it safe but do so with energy have a place in our hearts – or ears, to be exact. Red Top, a new album by tenor saxophonist and flutist Paul Kendall and drummer Bob ...

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Excursions

Label: Brownstone
Released: 2001
Track listing: So In Love; You And The Night And The Music; A Look Inside; Charade; Excursions; Tom Thumb; Deluge; Peace.

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Harry Skoler: A Work of Heart

Read "A Work of Heart" reviewed by Matthew S. Robinson


On his latest album, clarinetist/composer Harry Skoler opens his repertoire and his orchestral possibilities as wide as his heart, letting in new people and new ideas. In addition to his trusted rhythm section of bassist Richard Kimball and drummer Tim Gilmore, Harry adds the formidable talents of neighborhood fret-master Garrison Fewell and pianist/arranger/producer Donn Trenner, who ...

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Paul Kendall/Bob Leto: Excursions

Read "Excursions" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


The primary strength ofExcursions, a date co-led by tenor saxophonist Paul Kendall and drummer Bob Leto, is the contrast between Kendall’s style and the record’s other primary soloist, pianist Kenny Drew Jr. A thoughtful, deliberate player with bebop roots and hints of Shorter and Coltrane in his approach, Kendall makes a visceral impact without getting showy. ...

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You Oughta Know It

Label: Brownstone
Released: 2000


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