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Zacharya - Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 87

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Zacharya; Tuain; Chy; Dji-ut; Mmoosh; Kheretem.

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Chapter One

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Just One of Those Things; The More I See You; Looking for a Boy; Someone to Watch Over Me; Let’s Face the Music and Dance; Everything I’ve Got Belongs to You; Stardust; I Get a Kick Out of You; But Not for Me; Get Out of Town; Taking a Chance on Love; Things Are Looking Up; It Had to Be You; With a Song in My Heart.

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Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: You Must Believe In Spring; Peri's Scope; Turn Out The Stars & Time Remembered; Very Early; Interplay; Waltz For Debbie; Some Other Time.

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Coming Yesterday: Live At Salle Gaveau 2019

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: I Can’t Get Started; Coming Yesterday: Medley Ellington; Sir Jack; Tea For Two; Happy Birthday; Lover Man: I’ll Remember April; My Funny Valentine; Have You Met Miss Jones.

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The Song Is You

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1. IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW (T. Dameron/C. Sigman) 2. UP JUMPED SPRING (F. Hubbard/A. Lincoln) 3. MY FOOLISH HEART (V. Young/N. Washington) 4. FIVE WILD GEESE (Lilly/Lilly) 5. PRELUDE TO A KISS (D. Ellington) 6. IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING (R.Rodgers/O. Hammerstein) 7. SCARBOROUGH FAIR (trad.) 8.LONELY WOMAN (H. Silver/L. Feather) 9. THAT OLD FEELING (S. Fain/L. Brown) 10. THE SONG IS YOU (J. Kern/O. Hammerstein)

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Article: Album Review

Marieke Koopman: Chapter One

Read "Chapter One" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Vocalist Marieke Koopman grew up in a musical family in The Netherlands. Although the music was baroque (her father is a percussionist, her mother a harpsichordist), Koopman was somehow drawn toward jazz, especially swinging jazz. “The first time I saw a big band perform live, I was mesmerized," she writes. And she made a promise to ...

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Pinheiro: Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans

Read "Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Much has been written about pianist Bill Evans and the influence he had on the development of new piano voices following his emergence in the 1950s. Evans infused his style with eloquent lyricism, coupled with harmonic transpositions and modal improvisations, all of which lead to an easily recognizable sound. It should be no surprise that his ...

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Article: Album Review

Martial Solal: Coming Yesterday: Live At Salle Gaveau 2019

Read "Coming Yesterday: Live At Salle Gaveau 2019" reviewed by Chris May


In 2010, a British writer travelled to Paris to interview the pianist Martial Solal. The address he had been given was in the affluent suburb Chatou. On arrival, Solal's house struck the writer as something quite unlike the home of any other jazz musician he had ever visited, an haute bourgeoisie villa surrounded by an ornamental ...

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Article: Album Review

UASSYN: Zacharya - Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 87

Read "Zacharya - Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 87" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


This young Swiss saxophone trio spawns a democratic effort where each musician stands out as a contributor throughout the rather brief (32- minutes) timeframe. Thus, no one hogs the limelight from a holistic viewpoint. Moreover, the press release states that, “Now Uassyn is taking their long overdue next step and recorded their debut album “Zacharya" for ...

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Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
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