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Thanksgiving Birthdays and Holiday Jazz

Read "Thanksgiving Birthdays and Holiday Jazz" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

An assortment of Thanksgiving-inspired jazz to whet your appetite and get your gratitude on, with birthday shout outs to Mose Allison, Rickie Lee Jones, Johnny Mercer and Sheila Jordan, plus a preview of who's performing in NYC for the holidays. Playlist Jen Hodge “The Swamp Bucket Challenge" from All's Fair in Love and Jazz ...


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Notable and Nearly Missed 2015

Read "Notable and Nearly Missed 2015" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

John Petrucelli Quintet--The Way (Self Produced, 2014). New Jersey-native saxophonist John Petrucelli is an ambitious young man releasing his debut recording, The Way, as a two-CD set. The eleven selections presented are divided roughly in half, original compositions to standards. Petrucelli's quintet contains both a guitar and piano as harmony instruments, providing a fully-realized foundation for ...


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Love Theme From Spartacus

Label: June Moon Productions
Released: 0
Duration: 04:06


Fig Tree

Label: June Moon Productions
Released: 2013
Track listing: Blue Skies; Hi-Fly; You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To; E Luxo So; I’m Having a Good Time; You Are; Fevgo; S’Wonderful; Fig Tree; Embraceable You; Corcovado; Ill Wind; She Was; Moon River.


Article: Album Review

Deborah Latz: Fig Tree

Read "Fig Tree" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

West Coast/East Coast vocalist Deborah Latz has release two well- received CDs to date: 2004's Toward Love and 2008's Lifeline (both on June Moon Productions). Coming from a stage background, Latz has no problem instilling drama into her interpretations and does so without sounding like she is trying too hard, a pitfall of many of her ...



Label: June Moon Productions
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Les feuilles mortes (Prevert/Kosma) - 6:09; 02. I Get Along with You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael) - 3:57; 03. Witchcraft (Leigh/Coleman) - 4:28; 04. Tea for Two/Day In - Day Out (Youmans Mercer/Bloom) - 2:45; 05. Make Someone Happy (Comden/Green/Styne) - 5:19; 06. Jump In (Deborah Latz) - 3:39; 07. Waltz for Debby (Lees/Evans) - 3:26; 08. My Favorite Things (Hammerstein/Rodgers) - 7:01; 09. Que reste-t-il des nos amours (Trenet/Chaullum) - 4:44; 10. Don´t Explain (Herzog/Holiday) - 5:54; 11. The Sweetest Sounds (Richard Rogers) - 4:23; 12. I Didn´t Know What Time It Was (Hart/Rodgers) - 4:02; 13. How Dep Is the Ocean (Irving Berlin) - 2:53; 14. La vie en Rose (David/Louiguy) - 2:47.

Article: Album Review

Deborah Latz: Lifeline

Read "Lifeline" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Chissà se qualcuno noterà che questo è un jazz al femminile non solo perchè ci troviamo di fronte ad una cantante, Deborah Latz, accompagnata da una ritmica in cui suonano una pianista (Daniela Schächter) ed una batterista (Elisabeth Keledjan), ma perché le esecuzioni hanno una raffinatezza, un modo di esprimere il messaggio dei versi che si ...


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Jazz Vocalist Deborah Latz is Performing Live at Soule International Restaurant!

Jazz Vocalist Deborah Latz is Performing Live at Soule International Restaurant!

Soule International Restaurant, located at 920 Fulton Street between Washington and St. James in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn, will feature Deborah Latz on Saturday, June 27th from 8 - 11pm. Deborah Latz is a jazz vocalist, writer, actor, and private vocal instructor. She is certified in Somatic Voicework and has coached students in theater ...



Label: June Moon Productions
Released: 2008
Track listing: Les Feuilles Mortes; I Get Along Without You Very Well; Witchcraft; Tea For Two/Day In


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