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By Claire Daly
Label: Daly Bread
Track listing: All the Way; Sweet Georgia Bright; Fools Rush In; People Will Say We’re in Love; The Lonely Goatherd; Mood Indigo; Warm Valley/What Am I Here For?; Hold Out Your Hand; Half Nelson; Harlem Nocturne; The Very Thought of You; The Saga of Harrison Crabfeathers; Manhattan.
by Troy Dostert
Working jazz musicians have long been accustomed to the necessity of playing just about anything, in any setting, and Claire Daly is no exception. The intrepid baritone saxophonist has recorded tributes to Thelonious Monk and Rahsaan Roland Kirk and, in 2016, she even offered a distinctive take on Motown classics with 2468 West Grand Boulevard (Glass ...
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: This New Generation (1987 CBGB's); Bring Yr Camera (1987 CBGB's); These Hard Times (1987 CBGB's); Andre's Mood (1987 CBGB's); Three Crows (1987 CBGB's); Ride the Wide Streets (1987 CBGB's); I Went to See the Doctor (4-Track Demo); Serious (1988 Studio Outtake); Science Diet (1988 Studio Outtake); Three Crows (Studio Demo); Andre's Mood (Studio Demo); On and On (1982 CBGB's); Flat on Yr Back (1982 CBGB's); Of Thee I Sing (1982 CBGB's); Boy (1982 CBGB's).
by Mark Corroto
If you're a lover of adventurous music, you've certainly had the following experience. You take a seat in a coffee house or even worse in your dentist's chair and out of the speakers flows (stifle your tears) smooth jazz. You might welcome the John Cageian sound of the espresso frothier or the Merzbow noise of the ...
by Chris M. Slawecki
If you could thank your muse, to whom would you write and how? Baritone saxophonist Clare Daly recorded Rah! Rah! to thank the legendary Rahsaan Roland Kirk, an iconic multi- instrumentalist who seemed equal parts man and myth even while he was still alive. Kirk loved to stretch out cover versions as if they ...
by Chris M. Slawecki
Vasko Atanasovski Adrabesa Quartet Phoenix MoonJune Records 2020 Phoenix captures the voice of one of Eastern Europe's most acclaimed and creative musical ensembles, the Adrabesa Quartet founded and led by Slovenian maestro Vasko Atanasovski, and amplifies this unique voice throughout MoonJune Records' global distribution network. Phoenix ...