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Daniel Foose

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Lookout Road Vol. II

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Come on Little Baby; You Can Never Hold Back Spring; Wichita Lineman; Oh Shenandoah; I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry; Turn, Turn, Turn; Angel Flying to Close to the Ground; Home On The Range; Tennessee Waltz; Vincent (Starry, Starry, Night); Sunset and the Mockingbird.

Album

Movin' On

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Happy Times; Hawk Eye; Spanky's; Dr. Foose; Blue Line Shuffle; Kansas City Twist; Drown in My Own Tears; Chicken; Movin' On; Thank you Junior & Riley B. King

Album

Lookout Road (vol.I)

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Arma Two Step; Prairie Sky; Let The Light; Wichita; Battle of Mine Creek / Bull Creek Run Down; Southern Course.

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News: Performance / Tour

Jazz Vocalist Dolores Scozzesi Debuts At New York's Metropolitan Room, Sunday, March 19th

Jazz Vocalist Dolores Scozzesi Debuts At New York's Metropolitan Room, Sunday, March 19th

jny: Los Angeles-based jazz vocalist Dolores Scozzesi finally brings her unique brand of storytelling to jny: New York City in her debut performance at The Metropolitan Room on Sunday, March 19th with one show at 7:00pm. Accompanying Ms. Scozzesi are Deanna Witkowski (piano), Daniel Foose (bass) and Alexander Kautz (drums). Tickets can be purchased here. Scozzesi ...

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News: Recording

Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records Proudly Releases "Of Water And Ghosts" From Bassist/Composer Daniel Foose, CD Release Celebration - Rockwood Music Hall On November 22

Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records Proudly Releases "Of Water And Ghosts" From Bassist/Composer Daniel Foose, CD Release Celebration - Rockwood Music Hall On November 22

Available October 7, 2016 CD Release Celebration at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3 November 22, 2016, 8:30 PM ($10, 2 drink minimum) Featuring Sebastian Noelle: guitar; Tomoko Omura: violin; Maria Im: violin; Allyson Clare: viola; Jennifer Devore: cello; Keita Ogawa: percussion; Daniel Foose: bass. In 2015 bassist/composer Daniel Foose returned to his ...

Article: Album Review

Andrew Hadro: For Us, The Living

Read "For Us, The Living" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Ha atteso quasi un decennio, il sax baritono Andrew Hadro, per incidere il primo disco a suo nome. Dopo alcune collaborazioni minori, dal 2006 al 2008 è stato scritturato da Chico Hamilton -con cui ha pubblicato sei album -e negli anni successivi da Junior Mance e Tony Malaby. Nato a Città del Messico e cresciuto per ...

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Article: Album Review

Jangeun Bae: JB

Read "JB" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Since her debut, The End and Everything After (Kang Music, 2006), Korean pianist Jangeun Bae has largely followed her personal muse, writing original compositions and reworking Korean folk tunes, with the occasional jazz standard thrown in for good measure. She's also refashioned Mozart on Mozart and Jazz (Universal Music, 2007) and recorded with saxophonist Greg Osby. ...

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Article: Album Review

Andrew Hadro: For Us, The Living

Read "For Us, The Living" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Abraham Lincoln had one eye on the past and the other on the present and future when he gave his famous Gettysburg Address. In that speech, celebrating its sesquicentennial when this album was recorded in 2013, Lincoln spoke of honoring the fallen, furthering what they started, and looking forward to “a new birth of freedom." As ...


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