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Darryl Hall

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Darryl is an American jazz bassist who has lived in France since 2004. Previously, he lived in New York for twelve years where he participated with some of the world’s greatest artists. He performs many genres of jazz and participates in a variety of projects with artists from the U.S. and Europe, traveling around the globe. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, birthplace to some of the world’s finest bassists including Stanley Clarke, Jaco Pastorius, Alphonso Johnson, Charles Fambrough, Percy Heath, Jymie Merritt, Christian Mcbride, Arthur Harper, Tyrone Brown, and Victor Bailey.

While in New York, Darryl performed with many jazz luminaries including Mulgrew Miller, Carmen Lundy, Hank Jones, Mary Stallings, Geri Allen, James Williams, Stefon Harris, Regina Carter, Ravi Coltrane, and Robert Glasper, among others

Album

The Warmth of Our Songs

Label: Swingin Back
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. One weekend out of two (U. Kairson) 2. Life on hold (D. Hall) 3. Skylark ( H. Carmichael, J. Mercer)) 4. A name and a number (U. Kairson, D. Hall) 5. Nobody else but me ( J Kern, Hammerstein) 6. Serenity (J. Henderson) 7. I thought about you (J. Van Heusen) 8. If freedom (U. Kairson ) 9. Antoine’s song ( V. Bourgeyx) 10. Spiritual Medley: (Traditional Spiritual) - Joshua fought the battle of Jericho - Wade in the water - Let my people go - Hold on 11. There’s a man goin’ round takin’ names (Traditional Spiritual) 12. Swing low sweet chariot (Traditional Spiritual) 13. Sometimes I feel like a motherless child (Traditional Spiritual) 14. Precious Lord (Traditional Spiritual) 15. Melancholia (D.Ellington) 16. Out of the Blue 17. I wish I knew how it would fee to be free (B. Taylor)

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Article: Album Review

Kayle Brecher: Kayleidoscope

Read "Kayleidoscope" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Vocalist, composer, and stylist Kaylé Brecher has long been a part of the jazz fabric. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Temple University with a double major in performance and composition/arranging, Brecher has long been a member of the BMI Jazz Composers' Workshop in New York City. Her private studies include tutelage by Jim McNeely and ...

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Article: Profile

Alice Coltrane: In the Spirit

Read "Alice Coltrane: In the Spirit" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


From the 1995-2003 archive: This article first appeared at All About Jazz in December 2002. Alice Coltrane walked out onstage, joining an ensemble led by her son Ravi on a recent and historic night at Joe's Pub. The bassist Darryl Hall played an immediately recognizable four-note line and the group (also featuring drummer E.J. ...

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Article: Interview

Chiara Pancaldi: Alla Ricerca di Sè Stessi

Read "Chiara Pancaldi: Alla Ricerca di Sè Stessi" reviewed by Paolo Marra


Precious è il nuovo disco di Chiara Pancaldi, il terzo registrato per la prestigiosa etichetta olandese Challenge Records. In questo lavoro, composto quasi interamente da brani originali, la cantante affianca per la prima volta il ruolo di interprete di standard a quello di compositrice, mettendo le sue doti ormai affermate al servizio di una musica più ...

Album

Swingin' Back

Label: Space Time Records
Released: 2019

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Article: In Pictures

George Cables Quartet at Ancona Jazz 2019

Read "George Cables Quartet at Ancona Jazz 2019" reviewed by Andrea Rotili


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Article: Interview

Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple

Read "Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Something fresh and vital is in the air when a truly creative musician is about to release a new album. Jim Ridl's Door in a Field: Volume II: Songs of the Green River, an independent release, is full of surprises and rich in musical ideas. The album is set to be released in early Fall, and ...

Article: Album Review

Luigi Di Nunzio: Inexistent

Read "Inexistent" reviewed by Luigi Sforza


Non si scorgono crepe né zone d'ombra nel disco da leader del sassofonista Luigi Di Nunzio. Inexistent documenta inequivocabilmente le qualità tecniche e creative del giovane musicista napoletano. Il progetto include buone composizioni; le improvvisazioni seguono un flusso di belle idee--che sanno farsi melodie, “urlo," ricognizione modernista sul sassofonismo americano--e posseggono doti di energica scorrevolezza e ...

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Article: Album Review

Carmen Lundy: Soul To Soul

Read "Soul To Soul" reviewed by James Nadal


There are records created through years of preparation and production that take a lifetime to achieve. Soul to Soul by vocalist Carmen Lundy, indeed falls in that category, yet defies categorization. Lundy is setting her own course, while other singers seek safe refuge in tepid covers of popular standards. She offers original material delivered with authenticity ...


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