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Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2022
Track listing: Persistence; Second Thoughts; Apres Vous; Only the Lonely; Jitterbug Waltz; Epistrophy; Once I Loved; Birthday Blues.


In This Moment

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Turnout; Cross Purpose; Sleight Of Hand; Blues For Proskurov; Afterthought; The New Same Old; In This Moment; Lost In The City; Quixote; Soliloquy.



Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2022
Track listing: Polka Dot Pinup; Tight Connection; Triple Threat; Good Fortune; Upstairs; High Ball; Vague Reply; Jackpot; Unmasked.


First Move

Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2022
Track listing: Brandyn; Out of the Past; Eleventh Hour; Duke Ellington’s Sound of Love; First Move; Unconditional Love; Fire Waltz; Klactoveedsedstene.


Article: Album Review

Aaron Seeber: First Move

Read "First Move" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Given that it is his debut disc, drummer Aaron Seeber's First Move seems aptly titled. The music it offers is anything but an opening gambit, however; even after a cursory listen, it is quickly apparent that Seeber has been at this game for some time. From the top-shelf caliber of his associates, to his unfailing poise ...


Article: Album Review

Steve Knight: Persistence

Read "Persistence" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Yet another guitar-led trio, this one by Kansas-born, Chicago-based Steve Knight who also writes in the manner of one of his role models, George Benson (Knight composed seven of the album's dozen numbers including two versions of “Sharps Disposal"). Although the recording's title refers in part to the eighteen months it took Knight to write the ...


Article: Album Review

Brian Charette: Jackpot

Read "Jackpot" reviewed by Pierre Giroux

In the tradition of some great Hammond organ players of the past, such as Jack McDuff, Melvin Rhyne, Don Patterson, Larry Young and Jimmy Smith, one leading practitioner on this instrument, Brian Charette, wanted to write some swinging and soulful bebop tunes which would honor the memory of these past greats. The musicians Charette chose to ...


Article: Album Review

Michael Weiss: Persistence

Read "Persistence" reviewed by Edward Blanco

An in-demand veteran of the vibrant New York jazz scene since the '80s, pianist Michael Weiss presents the warm and engaging Persistence, his fifth as a leader and first on the Cellar Live label, as well as being his first since the critically acclaimed Soul Journey, (Sintra Records, 2003). The long time span between recordings, despite ...



Label: Cellar Live
Released: 2021
Track listing: Soundview; Satellite; Maybe It's Hazy; If You Were Mine; Hank's Plank; You're Lucky To Me; Ellington Suite; Bird Of Red And Gold; Saucer Eyes.


Article: Multiple Reviews

Five Women Singing

Read "Five Women Singing" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Here are reviews of releases by five talented female jazz singers. They all prove that there can be a lot of variety in the simple art of singing a song. Sasha Dobson Girl Talk Self-Produced 2021 Sasha Dobson has been working as a vocalist, composer and instrumentalist ...


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