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Label: Cojazz Recordings
Released: 2018
Track listing: Yarnek; Blackjack Blues; Familiarity; Charyls; Sunny Rhythm; Used To Be; Adagio; Soirée; Compassion For All; Mi-Fa-So F’Ornette; More ; Cheryls.


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Michael Cox: Compassion

Read "Compassion" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Compassion by saxophonist Michael Cox evokes thoughts of sausages. Specifically, how they're made and for what purpose. Think about it, have you ever had an unforgettable hot dog? No. Even if you ate one at the World Series, you could never call it memorable. That wasn't its objective. So, let's talk of cured meats. The luxury ...


Alone Together

Label: Cojazz Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: How Deep Is The Ocean/Estate'/You Stepped Out Of A Dream/I'll Close My Eyes/Turnaround/Polka Dots And Moonbeams/Jeannine/Alone Together/Emily/Giant Steps



Label: Cojazz Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1) I've Got You Under My Skin (Porter) 2) Eldorado (Eby) 3) Fancy Free (Byrd) 4) Elegy- April 20th, 1999 (Eby) 5) Rivers' Edge (Eby) 6) Cyclic Episode (S. Rivers) 7) Stan's Myth (Eby) 8) Triptych (Eby) 9) Dedication (Eby) 10) 2405 Louise #1 (Eby) 11) Chris Haney Lays Down a Fat Ass Groove 12) I Can't Get Started (I. Gershwin and V. Duke)


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Chad Eby: Triptych

Read "Triptych" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Chad Eby is no household name in Jazz- yet. But on this, his debut record, the multireedist Eby shows the kind of maturity and musicality that elude many on their debut record, and as such, he deserves no small amount of notice. Eby has played with Brad Leali, Wessell Anderson, Steve Turre, Victor Atkins, Scott Amendola, ...


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Dick Mackey: Why Stars Come Out At Night

Read "Why Stars Come Out At Night" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It's the vocalists that are most undersung these days. How one could not come to this conclusion upon having heard this delightful release by a little-known jazzman named Dick Mackey, is surely inconceivable. Mr. Dick Mackey is a fine, fine vocalist that few outside of his native Columbus, Ohio have probably heard of. Through the miracle ...


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Tim Cummiskey Trio: Alone Together

Read "Alone Together" reviewed by Ken Hohman

Though it contains no original compositions, the debut from Ohio-based jazz guitarist Tim Cummiskey offers more than its share of originality. On this balanced collection of standards and surprising personal selections, Cummiskey skips effortlessly from single line improvisations to chord explorations without tripping over the obstacles he's placed in his own path. After all, taking on ...


No Discussion

Label: Cojazz Recordings
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Standard Form Take 1 (6:48) 2. Improv I (5:23) 3. Improv 11 (6:32) 4. Standard Form Take 2 (6:50) 5. Improv 111 (7:24) 6. It Ain't Easy (8:35) 7. Standard Form Take 3 (7:26) 5. Improv


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Stan Smith: No Discussion

Read "No Discussion" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Stan Smith is a Columbus area jazz guitarist who like many fine jazz musicians has spent a good deal of his career disguised as a music professor (at Capital University). In contrast to some who get comfortable or simply too busy in the academic jazz world though, Mr. Smith has always maintained a steady diet of ...


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