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Live at the Studio Cafe

Label: Carpet Cat Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: A Foggy Day; Black Orpheus; Dream; Wave; Cafe Blues; Gentle Rain; Bluesette; How Insensitive; The Days of Wine and Roses; Blue Monk.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Gary Bruno Quartet: Live at the Studio Cafe

Read "Live at the Studio Cafe" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Recorded live at the Studio Cafe in Newport Beach, California, this is a nice relaxing seventy-minute combo outing. It features guitar jazz in a fully mainstream setting without any pretention towards newer techniques that might include distortion, free jazz, or electronics. The addition of a piano to the usual bass and drum pairing is a good ...

Intimate Strangers

Label: Carpet Cat Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: You Don't Know What Love Is; Never Let Me Go; Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You (A) (B); My Foolish Heart; Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars) (A) (B) (C); Autumn Leaves; Everything Happens to Me; Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most (A) (C)

No Preservatives

Label: Carpet Cat Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Plastic People; What Is; Are You There; Chromonktic Blues; Counter Culture; McCoy's Diner; Blues for Thelonious; In the Ozone; Alone

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ron Kobayashi Trio: No Preservatives

Read "No Preservatives" reviewed by Dave Nathan

It's a pleasure to hear an album that is recorded as it was played. With just a minor dubbing adjustment on one track, what you're hearing on the latest album from the Ron Kobayashi Trio is precisely what they played in the studio. There's no “creative" mixing which, in my view, is akin to revising history ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ron Kobayashi Trio: No Preservatives

Read "No Preservatives" reviewed by Dave Nathan

It's a pleasure to hear an album that is recorded as it was played. With just a minor dubbing adjustment on one track, what you're hearing on the latest album from the Ron Kobayashi Trio is precisely what they played in the studio. There's no “creative" mixing which, in my view, is akin to revising history ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fred Griffin: Intimate Strangers

Read "Intimate Strangers" reviewed by Dave Nathan

This album is an exceptional happening on today's jazz scene, 100%, no holds barred, roll up the rug, purely romantic recording by legitimate jazz musicians. There's no hats off to bop, post bop or to modern jazz. Think Zoot Sims, Stan Getz, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young and the pre-bop Don Byas and throw in ...

Sunday on the Bay

Label: Carpet Cat Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Shine On (4:29); 2. Sunday on the Bay (4:24); 3. Spring Song (4:13); 4. Blue Mix (4:19); 5. Bonham Road (4:30); 6. Julia (4:59); 7. Bright Eyes (4:47); 8. Streetalk (4:08); 9. Journey's End (4:12)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Stephen Philip Haagen: Sunday on the Bay

Read "Sunday on the Bay" reviewed by Michael Askounes

No matter how you try and slice it, Stephen Philip Haager's debut release Sunday on the Bay is a collection of what essentially can be described as lounge music. Almost all the tracks follow the “smooth jazz" (VERY smooth) style of composition: pseudo-funky percussion (acoustic and programmed) and bass work, with the standard soprano sax and ...


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