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Bruce Springsteen


For nearly four decades Bruce Springsteen has been a rock & roll working- class hero: a plainspoken visionary. He is a fervent and sincere romantic whose insights into everyday lives especially in America's small-town, working-class heartland ” have earned comparisons to John Steinbeck and Woody Guthrie. His belief in rock's mythic past and its potential revitalized pop music and made Springsteen a superstar in the '80s. Since then, he has remained true to his artistic calling and shown himself, in carefully selected interviews, to be among the most thoughtful and articulate artists in rock. Springsteen, of Irish-Italian ancestry, grew up in Freehold, New Jersey, the son of a bus driver and a secretary


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Joshua Redman: Where Are We

Read "Where Are We" reviewed by Dave Linn

After graduating from Berkeley High School in 1986, Joshua Redman (son of jazz legend Dewey Redman) won a full scholarship to Harvard, where he graduated summa cum laude in 1991. He was accepted at Yale Law School to become a lawyer. Instead, he embarked on a musical career which quickly turned luminous. He won the Thelonious ...


Article: The Jazz Life

One of the Boys in the Band: Discovering my Dad

Read "One of the Boys in the Band: Discovering my Dad" reviewed by George Gozzard

George Gozzard was the baby of a pretty large family the jazz trumpeter Harry Roy Gozzard raised. Harry was one of those great working musicians we heard about in the 1930s and through the 1950s who played jazz and dance band gigs interchangeably. These were the days of months long (if not longer) engagements musicians would ...


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Danny Fox Trio: Time Took Care of It

Read "Time Took Care of It" reviewed by Neil Duggan

Brooklyn-based pianist and composer Danny Fox has an eye-catching background. He has studied with John Kamitsuka, Fred Hersch, Ethan Iverson and Garry Dial, and performed with artists as varied as Bruce Springsteen, Cassandra Wilson and Emmylou Harris. Since 2008, he has led the Danny Fox Trio with Time Took Care of It being their fourth album. ...


Article: Book Review

Leon Russell: The Master of Space and Time's Journey Through Rock & Roll History

Read "Leon Russell: The Master of Space and Time's Journey Through Rock & Roll History" reviewed by Doug Collette

Leon Russell: The Master of Space and Time's Journey Through Rock & Roll History Bill Janovitz 592 Pages ISBN: #978-0306924774 Hachette Book Group 2023 A quick perusal of the late Leon Russell: The Master of Space And Time's Journey Through Rock & Roll History will most likely leave an ...


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Rolling Stones And Grateful Dead: Stoking The Eternal Flame

Read "Rolling Stones And Grateful Dead: Stoking The Eternal Flame" reviewed by Doug Collette

Notwithstanding the almost clockwork regularity of archival releases (with and without bonus material), upon quick reflection, the Rolling Stones and the Grateful Dead would not appear to have much in common. But some concentrated contemplation reveals how many traits these bands actually share and that's even apart from their remarkable longevity. With sixty-plus years and counting ...


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Neil Young with Crazy Horse: World Record

Read "World Record" reviewed by Doug Collette

In its own peculiar way, World Record is as confounding as the previous two albums by Neil Young with Crazy Horse. Yet it's far more compelling, this despite its comparably impromptu, borderline sloppy nature. This title might be heard as a progression from or an extension of Colorado (Reprise, 2019) and/or Barn (Reprise, 2021, except that ...

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Barry Danielian


Trumpeter/Producer/Arranger Barry Danielian has for nearly four decades performed with many of the biggest names in the music industry.
Barry’s touring and recording credits read like a who’s who of the music business. Having worked with such diverse artists as Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Sting, Tower of Power, Jon Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, Eddie Palmieri, Ray Charles, KRS One, Public Enemy, Branford Marsalis, Paul Simon, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Tito Puente, James Taylor, Billy Joel, Southside Johnny and the Jukes, McCoy Tyner, Illinois Jacquet, Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, The Roots and Bono.
Since 2012 he has been on tour with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Barry has been one of the most in demand trumpeters and arrangers in NYC. He has recorded on over 500 records, and is constantly requested by such legendary producers as: Phil Ramone, Jay-Z, Arif Mardin, Randy Jackson, Barry Eastmond and Narada Michael Walden. He is a prolific writer, arranger and producer whose music is used throughout the media industry including NBC, CBS, HBO, Showtime, A&E, The Discovery Channel and Fox. He has two CDs as a solo artist. “Common Ground” released in 2004 received much critical praise and his release “Metaphorically Speaking” has been available since 2013.
Trained from an early age in his first love, jazz, some of Barry’s most memorable performances have been with such greats as Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Golson, Illinois Jacquet, Paquito D’Rivera, McCoy Tyner and Branford Marsalis. Equally valuable in the evolution of his style were some of his first New York gigs, with Latin music giants Eddie Palmieri and Tito Puente. Starting in 1984, he toured widely with these bands over a number of years and began an impressive series of Latin recordings with such artists as Marc Anthony, Shakira and Ricky Martin.
Barry has been on the “short list” of legendary R&B artists such as The Temptations, The OJays, The Four Tops, The Spinners, The Dells and The Whispers.

Barry attended the Berklee College of Music from 1980-82, where he graduated with the 1982 Faculty Performance Award. He earned a B.A. in Jazz Performance from William Paterson University. In 1984 he was honored with the University of Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Competition’s Outstanding Jazz Soloist Award, and in 2000 and 2001 became the only unsigned artist nominated for the Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards.
Barry currently resides in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he spends most of his time composing and producing when not on tour with “The Boss”. Barry is also a licensed Acupuncturist and a board certified Herbalist.


Boss-A-Nova: Springsteen Plays Jazz

Label: April First Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Nascido Para Correr; Dias de Glória; Dançando no Escuro; Coração Faminto; Estrada Trovão; Cego pela luz; Espírito na noite; Louie Louie.


Article: Album Review

Bob Dylan: Springtime in New York 1980-1985: The Bootleg Series, Volume 16 (5CD)

Read "Springtime in New York 1980-1985: The Bootleg Series, Volume 16 (5CD)" reviewed by Doug Collette

Generally speaking, revelations abound within the various installments of The Bootleg Series, Bob Dylan's ongoing archive initiative, and Volume 16 is no exception. But in listening to Springtime in New York, 1980- 1985, the epiphanies come in slow bursts, flashing over the course of the five CDs to generate a cumulative momentum that reaches a flash-point ...


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