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Uncharted Waters

Label: Cats Paw
Released: 2017
Track listing: Uncharted Waters; Harold’s Blues; Caravan; Kiki’s Theme; So Do It; How Insensitive; The Third; When Sonny Gets Blue; Calypso Joe.

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Michael Rabinowitz: Uncharted Waters

Read "Uncharted Waters" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Like the harp, oboe and tuba, bassoon in jazz is not a common instrument but all have been occasionally successfully employed as lead soloing instruments. Amongst a handful of others, Illinois Jacquet and Lindsay Cooper both played bassoon in a jazz context. Cooper, who died of MS in 2013, was depicted playing the bassoon in John ...

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One More For The Road

Label: Cats Paw
Released: 2013
Track listing: Summertime; I Love Paris; Imagine; The Letter; Two For The Road; I Remember You; Bluesette; Mediation; S'Wonderful; Have I Stayed Too Long At The Fair; One For My Baby And One More For The Road.

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The Mac Chrupcala Trio: One More For The Road

Read "One More For The Road" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Pianist-composer, band leader and producer Mac Chrupcala has worked extensively in the southern New England and eastern Canada area for most of his career, and has recently added the southwest Florida (North Port) community to his stomping grounds. A leader of big bands and a veteran player with thirty-five recordings to his credit, Chrupcala's new working ...

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A Touch of Blues

Label: Cats Paw
Released: 1999

Album

Unspoken Words

Label: Cats Paw
Released: 1999

Album

East of the Sun

Label: Cats Paw
Released: 1999

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Greg Bobulinski: East of the Sun

Read "East of the Sun" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Speaking of talent deserving wider recognition, here comes Greg Bobulinski (did I hear you say “Greg who”?) with a wonderful album of mostly standards which shows beyond a doubt that he’s a trumpeter to be reckoned with. Bobulinski seems to have all the equipment necessary for success — superior technique, gorgeous tone (on trumpet or flugel), ...

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David Frazier: A Touch of Blues

Read "A Touch of Blues" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Guitarist David Frazier offersA Touch of Blues, as well as touches of many related genres, in a nicely balanced program of half originals, half covers.  Some tunes, such as the opener "Apache" and the Santana/Coster standard "Europa" exhibit the touch of blues, with soulful, yearning guitar explorations.   "Blues for Joe (Pass)" is more ...


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